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See it if a dialogue-driven comedy with an all-female cast--and even a few tears, particularly at the end--is something you'd enjoy.
Don't see it if talky, single-set plays turn you off.
See it if you like fun musicals that tug at the heartstrings.
Don't see it if a teen-led show with a sci-fi vibe--not to mention a deeply troubled mother/son relationship--would turn you off.
See it if you prefer a little spectacle with your shows...and you've always wondered what "King Kong" would look like on stage.
Don't see it if you think a musical should have a well-written script...not to mention memorable music and (at the very least) a semi-believable storyline.
See it if you love Tennessee Williams, and everything--absolutely everything--he wrote.
Don't see it if long, talky plays (it's nearly two hours, without an intermission) generally have you eyeing the exits.
See it if you think you might enjoy a musical comedy with a pop soundtrack and LGBTQ sensibility.
Don't see it if bizarre characters and absurd plot twists turn you off--and you're not a fan of the Go-Go's.
See it if you like your musicals short, meaningful, and spectacle-free.
Don't see it if you would prefer a little more pizzazz for your money--and Jewish humor, laden with Yiddishisms, isn't quite your style.
See it if you like dance-heavy musicals that feature no singing, at all.
Don't see it if a score without lyrics, even a swooningly romantic score like this one, may leave you feeling a little cheated.
See it if the earlier versions of "Children"--on stage and film--appealed to you, or if you are a part of, or have an interest in, the deaf community.
Don't see it if you're expecting fireworks--which, for the most part, this production sorely lacks.
See it if you think a politically relevant drama set in Trump's America is something you could sink your teeth into.
Don't see it if three hours of small-town, blue-collar grit and gristle wouldn't be to your taste.
See it if dance-centric musicals--featuring plenty of spectacle and one iconic show tune after another--make you purr like a newborn kitten.
Don't see it if you prefer substance over fluff, and you believe that even a hit show like "Cats", which premiered in 1981, has nothing left to offer.
See it if you like politically-charged stand-up comedy.
Don't see it if you think that with all the talking heads and comics taking potshots at Washington already, we don't need another.
See it if you like solo comedy shows--and you still miss Carrie and the gang.
Don't see it if the original series was never your thing--and solo shows don't do much for you, either.
See it if you think you would enjoy an exciting (and often poignant) folk tale, replete with raging storms, angry gods, and doe-eyed lovers.
Don't see it if magical stories featuring gods and goddesses might be a little too "theatrical" for you.
See it if classic musicals--re-imagined by bold and daring directors--are your thing.
Don't see it if when it comes to the classics, you think it's better to leave well enough alone.
See it if you like jukebox musicals that are all about the music--and nothing else.
Don't see it if you're not particularly fond of musicals that don't have a storyline--or you're not a fan of the Lieber/Stoller songbook in the first place.
See it if a dip into the cesspool of American politics--1970s style--might just be your thing.
Don't see it if you think four-letter words belong in the locker room, or in the movies--but not onstage.
See it if you're a "Sweeney Todd" fan--or a fan of Stephen Sondheim's work in general.
Don't see it if immersive theatre turns you off--and you're not particularly fond of Grand Guignol-style drama, either.
See it if you're ever in the mood for a broad comedy about religion, and religious zealots.
Don't see it if you're among those who believe that broad comedies should include some...well...comedy.
See it if you like plot-driven plays with meaty dialogue and fully fleshed-out characters.
Don't see it if three-hour dramas that are long on conversation and short on action usually test your patience.
See it if you like laugh-filled comedies with engaging characters...and a serious side, to boot.
Don't see it if a story about an unattached millennial wallowing in self-pity isn't quite your "thing".
See it if you like old-fashioned musical comedies with a little romance, lots of laughs...and the always entertaining Christian Borle.
Don't see it if you think most romantic comedies are just plain corny--and bad puns are even cornier.
See it if Southern Gothic heartbreakers, Tennessee Williams-style, are your idea of theatre at its best.
Don't see it if you find Williams' dramas, with their simmering passions and unfulfilled lust, more than a little overwrought.
See it if you think that three characters with conflicting agendas, hiding secrets from the audience and each other, is a recipe for suspense.
Don't see it if "domestic dramas"--even this one, with its 21st century, end-of-the-world vibe--lack the kind of theatricality and spectacle you prefer.