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See it if you want to see a very good playwright struggling with making his play work. SO much so that there's a "playwright" on stage explaining...
Don't see it if you want a working play. Too much telling, plot points written on set and not enough showing. Lesson in storytelling and what works or not
See it if you want to see an over the top and all over the place production of a Williams play. Wonder what he would think...
Don't see it if you love this play. This production has no heart, not grounded at all, a lot of strange directorial choices.
See it if you want to see a beautiful set, actors working hard, interesting ideas, a company that is trying hard to do interesting stuff
Don't see it if you want to see a play that is coherent. So many interesting ideas but not formed into a play that works hence audience is left drowning
See it if you want to see simple spectacle on stage but not really understand it. It's out there! But moments are interesting and funny.
Don't see it if you want to understand what you are seeing. Some things resonate, other things- who knows???
See it if you can stand an obnoxious lead character MAN who you care nothing about but a few women characters may move you.
Don't see it if you hate self indulgent snobs who get to sleep with YOUNG women. Why they would sleep with him was the bafflement.
See it if you LOVE the book. Pretty straight retelling. Seemed dated and slow to me.
Don't see it if you are hoping to see something clever and different like other Ms. Hamil's plays.
See it if you like to see a small play with some big ideas. Although it doesn't all add up it still has some great scenes.
Don't see it if you expect perfection. This works on some levels and doesn't on others but I still got something from it.
See it if you are forced to go. This play is a melodramatic mess. If the tone had been different it may have been a black comedy but no just a mess
Don't see it if you value your time and money. It is hard to sit through a mess like this when you see potential and wonder what if...
See it if you appreciate great acting/writing. A very thought provoking play about who deserves the land and the extent one will go for what's right
Don't see it if don't like to see sex on stage, have trouble with very heavy accents (I didn't!), don't want to confront troublesome history, messy truths
See it if You want to see an interesting set, good acting.
Don't see it if You want a cohesive theatre experience. Too many ideas jumbled together and not one explored deeply enough. This play needs work!!
See it if You like to see eating, drinking, dancing, animals, IRISH FAMILY LIFE on stage. Realistic and interesting.
Don't see it if you want a coherent plot. I was so with this for about 40 minutes then slowly the plot started to tear apart the story.
See it if you want to listen in on two people working through their sex issues. The conversation is thought provoking if not completely engrossing.
Don't see it if you like a traditional format. Although the talking straight out for half the play makes you wonder it also makes you wander from play.
See it if you love great storytelling. It's funny,simple, sweet and interesting. I sat there with a smile on my face the whole time.
Don't see it if you need big production values. This is one man and his body and his voice. He conjures animals, cars, Irish countryside and people! LOVED
See it if you want to see some pretty great acting. But the story of an aging parent doesn't enlighten or move.
Don't see it if you want a well constructed, interesting story of the sadness and difficulties of parenting a parent.
See it if you love to watch great actors trying really hard to make this repetitive, not finished play work. No dramatic question here, random ideas
Don't see it if you really want to learn about the struggles of Bernhardt, being the first female to play Hamlet. Great topic, poorly explored by playwright
See it if you want to see a play by a woman, preformed by women about women issues.
Don't see it if you want to be moved. I felt like I was watching and wanting to be touched but it all stayed on the stage. The actors work hard but....
See it if you're interested in a conversation about poor vs. rich and advantages vs. disadvantages BUT unfortunately this play doesn't dig deep
Don't see it if you want moving, interesting dialogue or plot. This play brings up interesting ideas but could have been so much more.
See it if you love amazing dancing. So beautiful. Also you love BIG musicals.
Don't see it if you love this play. I felt like their was no heart so was disappointed in this production. But beautiful visually.
See it if you like an evocative set , good performances, although confusing interpretation, Hicky is having a breakdown, DW plays like born again
Don't see it if you want to see O'Neill's play. This is a OK production but DW's is off on lead role. (Although he's still kind of enjoyable to watch)
See it if great acting, direction and visually interesting experience is your thing.
Don't see it if you want surprises. This is a one way ticket, without much depth. The play doesn't excite, the production does.
See it if you have to. I found it offensive that the first 3 minutes was just listening to a Stevie Wonder song. What if you are deaf???
Don't see it if you expect this to be a brand, new take of the play. The teacher seems like a creep in this production.
See it if you like different musical experiences, mostly lovely, haunting music. No tap shoe here!!
Don't see it if demand typical dance numbers and belted songs. This is quiet and slow and moody
See it if you want to see a great set, good actors, enjoy a few interesting and thought provoking moments but more of a meditation not dramatic
Don't see it if you hate narrators controlling the action or lack of action. Way too much narration with actors standing there looking out.
See it if you like good acting, thoughtful writing, and want to support the worthy Harlem Rep Theatre
Don't see it if you want a long narrative and tip top production values. This play is unrelated scenes depicting black America done simply and done well.
See it if you want a play where people talk to each other. Foote is lovely! BUT wait as actors, set, direction all feels wobbly on the 3rd preview
Don't see it if you hate family dramas, real situations, emotions and dialogue. This is a play where people talk to each other or lie or hide, real!
See it if you like beautiful voices, good acting and some profound thoughts on Black America told in two monologues.
Don't see it if you want to see a finished product. The entire evening works mostly but not completely. It doesn't sustain interest throughout.
See it if you want to think about Jazz and it's history 50/60s. Music is nice. I went home and looked up some things only because the play is unclear
Don't see it if you want a concise, well written play. This is not that.
See it if you want to see Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pyrce act on stage. Eileen esp. very honest clear performance. But it is a cold, confusing play
Don't see it if you want to be moved. It didn't resonate at all with me dealing with a very personal topic. Manipulating and confusing play and direction.
See it if you love Pinter and his beautiful words and pauses. BUT the direction is very heavy handed. Actors do their best.
Don't see it if you want to think about betrayal, ALL the ramifications involved, yes, misery but also excitement, fun. This production just sits in MISERY
See it if you HAVE to see it. We had never seen this company, topic was interesting, hubby from Chicago, went with high hopes, sadly not good.
Don't see it if you want to be inspired. This is sadly unprofessional on so many levels. And the play has some inherent problems that they couldn't solve.
See it if you want a story that is sad and thought provoking. Great strides in medicine at the expense of innocents, so unfair.
Don't see it if you are squeamish about women "parts", the reality of child birth. If you don't have patience for maybe a not finished play as pace is slow
See it if you love the discussion of inclusive/exclusive society. These scenes bring up many different views, necessary conversations BUT...
Don't see it if you want a more profound exploration of issues. I found it all fairly predictable and flat.
See it if You want to contemplate history's long reach and how it can affect generations later. Also really interesting structure and great acting.
Don't see it if you have problems with nudity, some confusing story lines, overreaching and not as deeply thought out ideas as I would have liked...
See it if you want to see Glenn Close doing wonderful work on stage and like the idea of imagining St. Joan's family. But mostly it left me wanting.
Don't see it if you want to see a fully realized play. The idea is so good but the play doesn't completely and satisfactorily live up to it!
See it if you want to smile. This was a new world but with recognizable issues. The actors are great. The story is about cliques and acceptance.
Don't see it if you are tired of the Mean Girl characters. Although this is more interesting and sincere. There is a lot of heart, if somewhat predictable.
See it if you are angry about this supreme court appointment. THIS weekend this show was what I needed to see. It made me think!
Don't see it if you want a traditional play. This is more like a personal journey told to us in simple direct address with a few surprises.
See it if you want to contribute to this cash cow for the producers. This is nothing but nostalgia for Potter fans who come in costume.
Don't see it if you value theatre. I even found the magic lacking. The story is inane and the staging is clunky. Save your money and read a Potter book
See it if you want to see this great space. Also set is cool in it's simplicity with good use of props and music.
Don't see it if you want a coherent play. The two plays together didn't make any sense to me and the pace so slow. I love this company but not this.
See it if you like to laugh and enjoy watching 2 actors playing a whole town!!! This production is fun and moving at times and inspires hope!
Don't see it if you don't like to see 2 actors playing everybody in this small town.
See it if you want to see great, committed actors trying hard to make the audience care about this mess of a play.
Don't see it if you want an honest experience. This is about Job, updated and painfully acted out in front of you, highlighted by direct bible passages.
See it if you enjoy storytelling. This is a sad, interesting tale, told fairly simply and directly, with wonderful, subtle acting.
Don't see it if you want bells and whistles. This is almost pure storytelling. Sometimes just a raised eyebrow or a shrug is all you get but great!
See it if You are angry and sick of our current administration, and You want to see talented performers and wonderful dancers.
Don't see it if you don't like thought provoking, angry monologues that confront many issues but mostly our current administration.
See it if you love Shaw, which I do. The words are interesting! But the production not so much.
Don't see it if you want to see an exciting, bold version of Shaw's JOAN. In this production there is a lot of sitting around.
See it if you want to see a young voice of the theatre who is quite a playwright! Good acting, great direction, and I liked the dialogue.
Don't see it if you want a play to be perfect. A few quibbles like why does C use N's computer at C's house except for plot hmmm and some scenes too long
See it if you like theatrical, thought provoking theatre. Great acting, scary angels, many ideas
Don't see it if you can't stand a 7 and half hour "Opera". It is not perfect theatre, some off the topic rants, over the top music, sickness, sadness,tears
See it if you want to see something different and ambitious. It doesn't work on every level but it works on many.
Don't see it if you don't like violence and you need a perfectly tidy plot. This plot wanders in an over-the-top, in-your-face way. Interesting with excess
See it if you love Albee and want to see a very straight forward production. If you like plays where people talk to each other but objectives vague
Don't see it if you want lots of bells and whistles. This is a play about dialogue, conversation, what is said and isn't said, very little outward action.
See it if you get a free ticket and want to learn about structure and what works and doesn't work on stage.
Don't see it if You care about the rights of special people. This makes Amy into a cliche as she only can seem to recite movie lines. Uninteresting!