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See it if this play tells an important story, the actors are excellent, the production is solid.
Don't see it if I wasn't engaged by the storytelling itself, but I'm glad the story is being told.
See it if This play has only deepened and become more relevant in the past ten years. The performances are top notch. Jessica Frances Duke is a star!
Don't see it if The play can be a bit unwieldy, and the direction can be a bit flat footed and obvious. More thoughtful than emotional.
See it if You want to see an overstuffed melodrama with a huge cast that is built on the DNA of O'Neill, Steinbeck, and McDonagh.
Don't see it if The play takes a long time to actually get to a theatrical story, as opposed to characters telling stories, and the finale is improbable.
See it if A beautiful, funny, insightful evening of theater about becoming a parent.
Don't see it if It's a one person show that's part storytelling and part standup. If that's not your thing...
See it if The play offers a kinky, deliciously funny, and at times profound examination of race, identity, and white supremacy in America.
Don't see it if But many of the characters are intellectual ideas more than full human beings, so the ending, while a striking image, isn't that effective.
See it if You love a funny, deeply moving story about Hip Hop and friendship that sends the audience out singing and energized to take a stand.
Don't see it if Everyone should see this play - I love it so much! It's entertaining, wonderfully performed, AND it has a necessary message about justice.
See it if you want to see a European woman portray 10 Ethiopian characters in a story that credits white people for toppling a corrupt African regime.
Don't see it if Questions of whether this is appropriate aside, it's also a dreadful piece of writing, poorly staged, with a performance that is dull.
See it if This show is a joyous, charming, exuberant evening full of queer characters and people of color living and loving to pop perfection.
Don't see it if You can't just have a good time at a fun show.
See it if you thinks jokes about buying toilet paper at Whole Foods are daring.
Don't see it if you're looking for a play that is plausible and explores questions of class and success in America in a meaningful or intelligent way.
See it if You like arias, candle light, and Mark Rylance pulling deep from his bag of tricks with little to show for it.
Don't see it if You want a story, original jokes, or competent writing. Truly, it's baffling that this is on Broadway.
See it if you want a ferocious, insightful, and brilliantly told story that drops you in the middle of the #MeToo crisis and shakes you to your core.
Don't see it if you don't like a story with delicious twists and turns that makes you think and feel. This play is a thrill ride revelation.
See it if Nice performances in a so-so play that has occasional moments of honesty.
Don't see it if There isn't much in the way of story or drama, and as a full play, the evening feels aimless and flat.
See it if There are some strong performances and lovely moments in this muddled, unfocused, poorly written, even more poorly staged play.
Don't see it if Ultimately, the play is an aimless 75 minutes that inexplicably and clumsily explodes into a fraught crisis drama for the final 15 minutes.
See it if A strong central performance and a compelling ensemble telling a relevant story make this worthwhile.
Don't see it if But a muddled, somewhat underwhelming production makes the story hard to follow when it isn't bluntly signposted. Still, I was glad I went.
See it if You want a thoroughly entertaining and heartwarming musical that mixes old school razzmatazz with progressive politics.
Don't see it if You think the Bible is literal truth (though maybe you should go anyway).
See it if This is a staggeringly complex and profound journey through a young woman's life as she confronts the joy and pain of being female.
Don't see it if You're not on board to see women's bodies, lives, and struggles exposed... and I mean exposed.
See it if you want deeply absorbing stories of black lives encountering joy and inheriting trauma, told with the full expression of the theater.
Don't see it if You're not open to facing the truths of black and brown people in America.
See it if you love a brilliant musical ravishingly sung and smartly interpreted for a modern audience.
Don't see it if you want your old fashioned with their old fashioned values intact.
See it if you love a hysterical, off-kilter, endlessly inventive, and painfully true story of being an adolescent young woman navigating maturity.
Don't see it if you want your theater well-behaved and unoriginal.
See it if you like Middle Eastern music and strong portrayals of small people.
Don't see it if you want a strong story built around meaningful and compelling relationships.
See it if You love a good coming of age story told in a one-of-a-kind way that mixes hip-hop, dance, and the hero's journey to create total theater.
Don't see it if You don't like having a good time.