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See it if you are a fan of Joel Jeske -- we are ! and love an excellent comedy show.
Don't see it if you are afraid of participating, there is a lot of audience participation, which is great IF you like participating, no ? stay home.
See it if you want a major change from the trenchant or compelling theater -- Soldier's Play, Endlinngs -- now on stage. This is romantic and fluffy.
Don't see it if you loved the above plays and want to see plays that are really thought-provoking.
See it if you are concerned about what is going on at our southern border, or about families separated by the cruelty we see daily.
Don't see it if immigration is not a concern for you.
See it if you want to see a mystery play with decent acting and very interesting graphics.
Don't see it if you want a tight, neat story with real drama.
See it if you are interested in the Harlem Renaissance juxtaposed during the Depression you have never had the good fortune to see a Pearl Cleage play
Don't see it if you only like short or non-serious plays.
See it if you want to see 4 superb actresses perform the most wonderful play, terribly sad and funny at the same time. And a wonderful new playwright
Don't see it if you want light fare, musicals or just comedy. Otherwise, go see it.
See it if you want to see the most superb acting -- how does he do this play night after night -- hear great writing, see great staging. This is it.
Don't see it if you are under the age of 10, a racist or not very intelligent, then you won't care if you have missed an extraordinary experience.
See it if you like very serious drama on difficult issues, with complicated solutions, performed by magnificent actors -- all four of them.
Don't see it if you only like musical comedy and prefer not to think much.
See it if you are concerned about Muslim/non-Muslim relations and you think plays that address issues as entrapment and incarceration are important.
Don't see it if you want a light piece...about nothing in particular
See it if what is happening on the US border makes you crazy and you wonder what happens in Europe with refugess.....if you can stand searing theater.
Don't see it if you think women are your property or anyone's property, for that matter. The play is NOT hard to follow.
See it if you wonder what it might be like to be African-American in a small New England town, growing up in a biracial gay family.
Don't see it if you are rigidly straight,, conservative and like fluffy theater.
See it if you have seen or are very familiar with the other plays in the cycle, you are patient and sympathetic to ptsd after the Biafran conflict.
Don't see it if you cannot sit for 3 hours for whatever reason, you have not read through the other plays in the cycle, you dislike magical realism
See it if you liked the book, are concerned about race in America, want to see compelling drama.
Don't see it if you think any of the above is not critical in this country at this moment.
See it if you like serious theater, either of these actors, serious subjects, monologues or drama.
Don't see it if you can't sit silently at theater, but have to talk to others , and unwrap candy, like fluffy themes or recently had death in the family
See it if you are interested in trenchant, riveting theater which pulls no punches, deals with critical, not necessarily pleasant, issues of our times
Don't see it if you are not interested in the lives of the LGBTQ community.y
See it if You care about American history, and/or baseball, and/or drama that deals with important issues of racism and sexism.
Don't see it if You hate baseball, serious drama, great acting and want something fluffy or inconsequential with or without music.
See it if you are interested in the Thatcher era, her relations with the Queen and British politics in general.
Don't see it if you are not interested in Britain, are writing a new biography on Thatcher yourself, hate serious plays, or are a curmudgeon in general.
See it if If you love Britain and revel in the many differences between British and American cultures...and you like to laugh.
Don't see it if If you want serious drama or you hate slapstick.
See it if you are very angry about the in Christchurch massacre, and you think a lot about Sandy Hook and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Don't see it if you belong to the NRA and don't care about school shootings, let alone the murder of unarmed black people.
See it if You care about important issues, especially those concerning racism and sexism. You want to see a very important relevant piece of theater.
Don't see it if You are vapid and only care about yourself and only like comedy. This play is about real life issues, not fantasy.
See it if you care about the lives of immigrant families, especially those of different backgrounds, particularly Muslim/Iraqi families.
Don't see it if you read the National Enquirer for information and live in la-la land.
See it if -- take your daughters, here is a story every young woman needs to know about, so moving and so beautifully performed. Amazing musicians !
Don't see it if There is no reason not to see it....unless, as another reviewer wrote, "unless you are dying," and even then, think about your last activity
See it if you like Majok's amazing plays, she is quite brilliant, like compelling stories and multiple layers in a story.
Don't see it if you want light fare, need an intermission -- it would have been very disruptive -- and don't care about immigration issues.
See it if interested in plays about fathers and sons facing very difficult situations and you like Katori Hall's work, this will not disappoint you.
Don't see it if you are racist, homophobic or mired in the past or classical drama....and don't come hungry, watching the play will make you veryli hungry.
See it if interested in lives of people vastly different from yours and a world away, you enjoy masterfully written plays, especially about women.
Don't see it if you only like musicals, light fare or you lack imagination.
See it if you are lucky enough to get a ticket. It is superbly acted by the entire cast, a riveting story and perfectly staged.
Don't see it if ??? There is no reason not to see this.
See it if you like unusual theatrical pieces with a single writer-actor... and want to see a rare performance with a woman who will a great new talent
Don't see it if you like traditional theater, are an old curmudgeon -- there were 2 sitting behind us -- or want only light fare.
See it if you like theater that deals with a story in great depth and intensity.yo
Don't see it if you only like fluffy comedy/ \musicals, lack patience for long plays, dislike plays about mental illness and the issues it creates.
See it if you want to see well-acted drama, and can ignore comments that a play set in another time is dated -- that means all of Horton Foote is out.
Don't see it if you only like jazzy, modern plays, musicals, and fast moving action on stage.
See it if you like modern musicals with excellent singing, like unusual amazing technical effects, can suspend disbelief as regards the story line.
Don't see it if you want serious theater, with a clear plot line, have no interest in Einstein's Theory of Relativity, didnt like the book Einstein's Dreams
See it if you want to see two superb singers perform an unusual theatrical piece about African-Americans during the Civil Rights Movement in the south
Don't see it if If you like fluff, don't want to see a strong meaningful musical with a serious message and / or lack any semblance of empathy.
See it if you think the issues of women of color are important, if you want to see a perfect production with 7 amazing actresses, and a great director
Don't see it if if you believe the other reviews. "Can't hear it ?" "Slow moving ?" Are you crazy or just mean-spirited ? Those low ratings are absurd !
See it if you want a play that makes you think hard about what it must be like to be an African-American actor at this point in time.
Don't see it if you are not interested in the above and/or are not interested in Othello as a point of reference.
See it if you want to see a very well acted,witty first half and can put up with a volte-face in the second which does not work well and is disturbing
Don't see it if you don't like future apocalyptic second halves of plays....
See it if you liked the movie Tootsie and are willing to consider a different version, with lots of music, clever lyrics and some changes to the story
Don't see it if You didnt like the movie, cannot put up with cross-dressing...or need everything relevant to 2019. Some stories from the past still work.
See it if you want just the best theatrical experience, with astonishing acting, and creativity ever.
Don't see it if the run has ended and it is no longer playing, so it is impossible to see it. Otherwise, see it.
See it if you have children and care about them and your role as a parent, you are a thinking individual and want important issues to be presented.
Don't see it if you are totally disconnected from reality.
See it if you adore Susan Sarandon and you want to see a play that is confounding
Don't see it if you loved plays like Ferryman and All my Sons, and prefer serious, intelligent theater...
See it if You like Arthur Miller, serious drama, issues of importance / relevance on stage and fine acting.
Don't see it if You want something fluffy, comic and /or musical and you believe vapid reviews such as that in the NY Times.
See it if If you are interested in the Clintons and if you like political plays in general.
Don't see it if you loved A Doll's House 2 and think that a playwright who has done such great work is always worth seeing, regardless....
See it if everyone tells you to see it. But beware, it was overhyped for me and I have liked a lot of other things - like Curious Incident - better.
Don't see it if you don't like modern musicals. It is a very good show, just not Hamilton or Ferryman caliber.
See it if you have ever had someone with Alzheimer's in your family and you want to see truly excellent acting.
Don't see it if it you will be too sad reliving these memories. I left glad that my mother never reached this stage, she had only very mild dementia.