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See it if You love intimate, hyper realist theater with a brilliant company and brilliant performances.
Don't see it if You want phony melodrama.
See it if You love beautifully written and acted pieces of theater. Beautiful ensemble work about real life.
Don't see it if You have a tiny bladder. 1:45, no intermission.
See it if You love Audra, Billy Porter, Brian Stokes, an amazing ensemble cast with such great tap dancing choreographed by the tap dance kid himself.
Don't see it if You really care about a story that resonates. The book is somewhat weak, this show is really all about the song and dance numbers.
See it if you like excellent acting and writing and an intense, thought provoking play about a difficult and uncomfortable topic.
Don't see it if You like something lighter. This play is heavy in subject matter.
See it if You want to laught and you love Jefferson Mays, he is fantastic. I don't know how he does it every night.
Don't see it if No, Just do see it.
See it if You want to see two actors, Metcalf and Lithgow, who make it look so effortless. Brilliant. Very timely to revisit 2008 election now.
Don't see it if Breaking the 4th wall bothers you.
See it if You enjoy incredible acting performances and a powerful, very timely and relevant portrait or race and power.
Don't see it if You bore easily. This play requires a little work on the audience's part to stay engaged. Wooden benches for almost 2 hours tough on butt.
See it if You want to get lost in the dark and find your way out or if you've ever wanted to be inside an episode of Twin Peaks.
Don't see it if You get anxious or scared of the unexpected. You need to relax and enjoy the ride and take your time.
See it if It has potential, but it's often cliched. But it tries to tell an interesting story of cultures clashing through a wedding.
Don't see it if The show has so much yelling, so much forced instant conflict, and it needs to be cut down, a lot can go. Plot twists felt forced.
See it if Come on, it's Lion King by Julie Taymor. Just see it.
Don't see it if You hate being entertained. Might be too scary for really wee kids, as would the movie.
See it if You want a powerful and still relevant and difficult but important piece of theater.
Don't see it if If you're not political or want women in your show.
See it if You enjoy innovative theater and fantastic performances.
Don't see it if Loud noises or colors bother you.