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See it if You enjoy bare-bones Fringe festival productions. This is a very good one, though often hard to follow the story, but has great musIc
Don't see it if You don’t like bare bones Fringe Festival shows, have trouble with English accents, don’t like Greek mythology or audience participation
See it if For the spectacular opening number
Don't see it if If you want more than one great number. There are plenty of high and low moments but nothing matches the opening
See it if You love politics and are very familiar with the Carter administration
Don't see it if You know little about the Carter presidency
See it if You love rap music and appreciate diversity. I won free tix!!
Don't see it if You prefer classic musical theater. This is a whole new experience
See it if You’re a fan of the book or movie to see an incredible performance by Cynthia Erivo and Jennifer Hudson.
Don't see it if You’re a racist.
See it if You’re a fan of Will Eno and familiar with his unique brand of humor
Don't see it if You need clear linear plotting. This play goes all over the place and difficult to get the point of it.
See it if You want to be visually mesmerized by an enormous scaled production. The stage is 300 feet wide and almost as deep with poignant lighting
Don't see it if If grand scale visuals aren’t enough for you as the story is not the most interesting part of the production
See it if If you’re into the art of clowning and no followable story line
Don't see it if I left at intermission I couldn’t take any more of a conflict and drama free experience. It felt like watching an acting cult do a show.
See it if You’re a fan of Miller’s and appreciate a pared down yet very graphic tale of a man’s downward spiral with relevant themes of immigration
Don't see it if I can’t think of any reason not to see this play
See it if You have a sophisticated taste for theater. Not for the novice theater goer
Don't see it if If you need linear story telling. This was 3 stories woven together
See it if you don’t have anything better to do
Don't see it if You hate when a director thinks they’re smarter than Shakespeare and cuts a masterpiece to 90 minutes.