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See it if you want to see a lesser-known suzan-lori parks work or just like seeing affordable plays.
Don't see it if you're looking for something engaging, dynamic, or new.
See it if you like historical pieces, academic theater, or Brechtian methods.
Don't see it if you're looking for a traditional drama in which actors 'embody' their characters, or if you're easily bored.
See it if you like supporting young theater companies.
Don't see it if you're looking for strong writing, nuanced acting, or new/though-provoking content (you'll find none of that in this show).
See it if you'd like to see a new work by talented playwright Lynn Nottage.
Don't see it if you require more than curiosity about/interest in a playwright to enjoy a play (it is far and away her worst work).
See it if you like good feeling, cabaret-style drag or if you just like The Golden Girls a whole lot.
Don't see it if you want to see traditional theater or if you hate gay people.
See it if you like watching a talented actor play a rounded, interesting, and funnyyyy character.
Don't see it if you're uptight and boring.
See it if you're bored/you "see things to see things."
Don't see it if you dislike indulgent writing that thinks it's abstract/poetic/profound. also the light design sucked.
See it if you like to keep up with "good" writers (Amy Herzog)/you just like seeing lots of things.
Don't see it if you're expecting anything interesting, absorbing, engaging, or fresh in theater.
See it if you are curious about Suzan-Lori Parks' lesser-known works or are drawn to women-led productions (and women-centered plots/issues).
Don't see it if you aren't into academic plays that care more about concept that audience engagement/realism.
See it if you're still under the impression that absurdism is/can be contemporary.
Don't see it if you're frustrated by contemporary adaptations of outdated forms (absurdism) that add nothing new to the conversation.
See it if you like contemporary plays that adapt the big themes of older works/if you know how amazing Marylouise Burke is and want to see her.
Don't see it if you hate gimmicks, cliches, or darkness (there's a series of bits that, for no reason whatsoever, take place in pitch black with audio.
See it if you enjoy watching actors "stumble" (the stakes aren't all that high but you're supposed to see them as such) through "interactive" bits.
Don't see it if you think hipsters and "experimental" theater suck.
See it if you enjoy over the top, loud performances with heavy-handed (although still relevant/interesting) messages.
Don't see it if you enjoy: simple, understated, minimal, intimate
See it if you enjoy slow-moving, dialogue-based, family-oriented plays with "metaphors."
Don't see it if you enjoy action, character development, or a play with a strong sense of intention.