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See it if You like a unique plot. The location and time periods along with the connection to all three is unlike anything you've experienced.
Don't see it if You don't have the patience for a massive plot to completely play out. It takes a long time to see all the connections.
See it if You'd like to see an idealistic/optimistic/hopeful view of the Israel/Egypt conflict. Or if you like musicals and if you are short on time.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals or a contemporary take on musicals.
See it if You love Nathan Lane and up for seeing an epic 10-hour play.
Don't see it if If seeing a play literally all day is too much for you.
See it if You love the movie and would be interested in seeing a very different take.
Don't see it if You're looking for something similar to the original, or stronger writing and directing (as this lacks both).
See it if You can! This show perfectly executes a literal interpretation of everything that could humanly possibly go wrong on stage (hilariously)!
Don't see it if You aren't a fan of slapstick humor (this is very family friendly monty python but with 1 story for 2 hours).
See it if You would like to see a new take on this classic show.
Don't see it if You're a traditionalist. They stray away from the original Nora and characters personalities quite a bit.
See it if You want to see strong female characters embrace darker sides of their personality, and a unique story on rich, young, white people.
Don't see it if Topic isn't for you. Also writing felt unfinished.
See it if You want to see good actors and an interesting story about teenage girls and their struggles.
Don't see it if You need clear and concise productions- direction mudded up both writing and acting.
See it if You want to see the comparison of this play to American slavery. Beautiful metaphorical set design with a very easy to follow script.
Don't see it if You're a fan of keeping the classics as is. While it's still set in it's time, it looks and sounds a little more modern. Comedic version.
See it if You can! Brilliant storytelling, design elements that really put you in the main character's storytelling perspective, it's just incredible!
Don't see it if You are concerned with sensory overload, you aren't able to sit through a play with someone on the spectrum as the lead.
See it if You can! Based on a true story about a closeted gay father and daughter who comes out as a lesbian when she's older, it's unique & great!
Don't see it if If you don't like LGBT themes or musicals, but I would still tell anyone to see it.
See it if You like more experimental theatre that questions life.
Don't see it if You don't like Beckett style work and prefer more traditional stories.
See it if You love Tennessee Williams and his classic, timeless writing!
Don't see it if You only have high standards for seeing his work performed (the production itself doesn't live up to his writing).
See it if You love a great story that'll really leave you torn by the characters and who to root for!
Don't see it if You're sensitive to subject matter- it revolves around pedophilia.
See it if You're looking for an entertaining show with singing and characters in drag performed by talented actors.
Don't see it if You're looking for a well-rounded, clear story. The 2nd act especially is unclear and unexplained.
See it if You really like writing that makes you think. Also if you want to see a show about 13th century homosexuality.
Don't see it if You don't like the theme, need a straight forward plot, if you're a fan of well directed shows with more then mixed talented cast.
See it if You're into adaptation of political stories; also of plays with music and interactive plays (they give you the music to sing along).
Don't see it if Political Theatre isn't your thing. Or you aren't a fan of singing along with the characters. Also it's a little long and draggy at points.
See it if You love peter pan, or if you love the combination of minimalism and spectacle on stage (beautiful imagery). Fun, Pretty, and Powerful show!
Don't see it if You aren't connected to an inner-child- this is very much a "children of all ages" show (but does go into some pretty heavy things as well).
See it if You have a sense of humor! It's G-d giving 10 new commandments while going through bible stories. Also if you want to see something short.
Don't see it if You're attached to the new testament so much that you don't want anyone poking fun at it.
See it if You want to see a great production done that's not the most common Shakespeare to be performed.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare or Brooklyn is far for you.
See it if You want to see a show where the production design is fantastic for an Off-Off Broadway show budget.
Don't see it if Plot holes/muddy writing irritates you (also not based on a true story- which is odd for this story). Nudity in show- not advertised.
See it if You love Cyndi Lauper, the spectacles of musicals, and Wayne Brady not only in Drag, but as a perfectly well-rounded character (great work)!
Don't see it if You prefer more meaningful work. While there's dramatic moments in the show, it's really meant to be light-hearted and fun.
See it if You're available for one of their shows! There's so many to choose from (and most of them are great from their "snapshots" series)!
Don't see it if You aren't a fan of shorter and very bare technical elements within theatre.
See it if You want to see young women accurately displaying issues of the female body within the media.
Don't see it if You're more of a fan of traditional plays (although this show is great regardless).
See it if You love history, science, and curious about the background of alcohol.
Don't see it if You don't want to be around anything that has to do with alcohol.
See it if You're a fan of the movie, but would appreciate seeing a different approach on the characters.
Don't see it if You're looking for a perfect adaptation or remake. This is more of different perspective or take of the film.
See it if You like cute musicals with strong feminist themes and two great performers. Also into period pieces from 1910's and adaptations.
Don't see it if You want a strong plot: written parts get a little draggy and predictable in places.
See it if You like Shakespeare and seeing his work in a new light (in this case, with musical songs infused).
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare or is a Shakespeare "purest." Or aren't a fan of solo shows.
See it if You would love physical comedy where the leads don't say words, with fun quirky songs in-between scenes! It's truly masterful!
Don't see it if Literally everyone would love this!
See it if You are a fan of one-acts and would appreciate the experience of really getting inside a character's head.
Don't see it if You aren't into dark pieces. Also cues for "Donny Stix" in particular were a bit off (stage management wise- since the other play was good).
See it if You'd like to experience a piece about rape culture- along with the struggles of bringing rapists to justice.
Don't see it if You prefer a more traditional form of story-telling. You never see the characters speak to each other "directly" which is a hit or miss.
See it if You want to see a story about diverse characters in NYC. Also a comedy that's all done in one scene 90 minutes long.
Don't see it if Cliched and Stereotypical characters really annoy you (the flamboyant gay man, "insane" Chinese mother, etc.).