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See it if you enjoy wordplay and language-based humor; you like intellectual plays with not a lot of emotional development
Don't see it if you want a lot of action or emotional growth; you aren't a fan of plays that focus on talking
See it if you like dystopian, unsettling stories about identity (and how science might affect that); you like multimedia and technology in theater
Don't see it if you aren't interested in a science-fictional take on identity; if you like traditional theater productions
See it if you enjoy great acting, especially from the two leads; you're interested in experiencing character-based theater with sign language
Don't see it if you want a lot of action; you like elaborate sets; you don't want to focus on body language or supertitles
See it if you like plays that are light, quirky characters, interpersonal drama, and family relationships; you like Hayley Mills
Don't see it if you want a lot of action or drama; you want something deep or complex
See it if You like one-woman shows, if you enjoy dark comedy and happy endings for complicated characters; if you like your theater a little silly.
Don't see it if You don't like non-human characters having a voice; if you want extravagant sets or costumes; if you don't like one person shows.
See it if you enjoy a modern, relatable, and interesting take on the play; you like when actors interact with and appear in the audience
Don't see it if you don't want a classic to be re-interpreted in a current and political way; you want to see Shakespeare performed in original costuming
See it if you enjoy a fast-paced and funny Shakespeare, if you like multi-cultural casts and adaptations, and if you like some cast interaction
Don't see it if you want elaborate sets and costumes, or if you don't prefer any changes or adaptations to the text
See it if you want to see an intense, powerful performance; you want to explore a difficult subject and its resulting emotions; you want to think.
Don't see it if the subject matter is triggering for you, or if you don't enjoy watching just one actor and no props; you want something light and happy.
See it if you enjoy small casts, family dynamics, and ambiguous motivations; you like emotional performances interspersed with comedic moments.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy plays that are heavy on dialogue and light on action; you don't like unresolved endings or plays about families.
See it if you enjoy a twist on the Wizard of Oz story or if you enjoyed the Gregory Maguire book; you don't need a happily ever after for everyone.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy the spectacle of musicals; you prefer complicated plots and characters; you don't like adaptations of childhood stories.
See it if you really love Sutton Foster (who was great), if you enjoy being close to the performers, or if you want to watch something fun.
Don't see it if you love elaborate sets and costumes, if you want a happily resolved ending, or if you don't like a protagonist who is optimistic and naive.
See it if you like hearing from queer, non-white voices, if you enjoy compelling performances, or if you like being a little out of your comfort zone.
Don't see it if you want your story to be completely resolved or if you don't like the breaking of the fourth wall or interaction with performers.
See it if you like fluidity and openness in the understanding of the play, or if you like it when you leave a play confused but thoughtful.
Don't see it if you don't like it when a play is open to interpretation or if you need to understand a play completely.
See it if you enjoy Shakespeare adaptations or if you particularly enjoy 'As You Like It."
Don't see it if you want your Shakespeare to be period appropriate or perfectly acted. The acting was a little uneven in this play.
See it if you enjoy stories about regular people with every day problems, or if you like stories about complicated family and personal relationships.
Don't see it if you want a comedy or if you don't like plays about relationship problems, in any form.
See it if you enjoy minimalist takes on Shakespeare plays or if you enjoy all adaptations of Midsummer Night's Dream.
Don't see it if having a few actors playing multiple characters is confusing, if you prefer to have major sets, or if you like traditional adaptations.
See it if you enjoy a light and fun take on Shakespeare. The actors perform music before the show, which adds to the experience.
Don't see it if you need elaborate sets or expect perfectly polished performances.
See it if you enjoy big dance numbers, if you like Irving Berlin music or the 1942 movie, or if you enjoy straightforward stories and fun musicals.
Don't see it if you want a more challenging story or complex characters, if you aren't a fan of old-fashioned musicals, or if you don't like tap dancing.
See it if you love Harry Potter and want to re-visit the world from a different perspective.
Don't see it if you are unfamiliar with or dislike Harry Potter, or if you don't enjoy parodies.
See it if you enjoy improv and sketch comedy, if you consider yourself a feminist, and if you want to watch something fun and relevant.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy this type of comedy or if you are uncomfortable with even light audience participation.
See it if you enjoy fast-talking parodies filled with somewhat raunchy humor; you like the actors and their previous work
Don't see it if you are expecting a complex mystery to solve along with the actors; you don't enjoy farcical humor and parody
See it if you like clever wordplay and rhymes; you like current references/vocabulary in your translations/adaptations; you enjoy light farces
Don't see it if you don't enjoy mistaken identities or humor based on wordplay; you don't enjoy plays in verse; you want something serious or deep
See it if you enjoy mixing genres - classical music with electric guitar mashed with rock songs; you like rock concerts mixed with broadway
Don't see it if you prefer your music to be traditional - classical music should be classical, rock should be rock; you want the music tied together by plot
See it if you want to watch a quick play with some well-acted parts, you enjoy the actors in the play, you want something relevant but not deep
Don't see it if you prefer a deep dive into a complicated topic, you don't like a somewhat unearned ending/resolution, you want complex characters
See it if you enjoy actors with great chemistry, you like stories that are thought-provoking and relatable, and you appreciate very natural language.
Don't see it if you want an elaborate set or a huge cast, you don't enjoy a futuristic, dystopian environment, or if you don't like robots.
See it if you like intellectual, concept-heavy plays where you need to think and pay attention; you enjoy Stoppard plays in a fairly intimate setting
Don't see it if uneven accents and acting is distracting; you don't want to think about scientific and philosophical concepts; you like action-filled plays.
See it if you want to watch riveting performances about real events, you want to see a nuanced (and funny) discussion about a contentious subject
Don't see it if you have strong opinions about the subject matter and don't want a different perspective, you don't enjoy plays based on real life events.
See it if you enjoy the original opera but also like modern reinventions; if you like diverse casts and povs; if you like great singing and humor.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy opera or any singing in your plays; if you prefer the original story and setting
See it if you want to see a fun, well acted version of Much Ado, adapted to the current day; you enjoy actors interacting with the audience.
Don't see it if you want to see period costuming and elaborate sets; you have issues with strobe and fluorescent lighting.
See it if you like theater that grapples with difficult concepts or shows how life is complicated and sometimes terrible; you enjoy good performances.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with the depictions of relationships between adults and teenagers, especially in a small space.
See it if you enjoy adaptations of Shakespeare, when stories are combined and altered; you like dynamic performances in a pared down setting.
Don't see it if you are prefer the original text, if you like elaborate costumes and sets, or if you are confused by fast Shakespearean language.
See it if you can appreciate complicated family relationships and their affects on the next generation and if you enjoy the exploration of words.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy a non-linear structure, if you don't like watching plays about family relationships, or if you prefer large, complex sets.
See it if you enjoy plays about family relationships and personal growth (or lack thereof), and you like complex, not always sympathetic characters.
Don't see it if you want all of your characters to be likable or if you want a play full of action.
See it if enjoy complicated characters and emotions, if you like a mix of humor and poignancy, and if you want a play that resonate after it ends.
Don't see it if you need a happy ending where everything is resolved, or if you don't enjoy plays about relationships and dating in the digital age.
See it if you enjoy good, intense acting, and if you don't mind feeling a little off-kilter during a performance.
Don't see it if you like linear storytelling, if you don't enjoy having an unreliable narrator, or if you don't like theater that makes you uncomfortable.
See it if you enjoy romantic comedies (or 'You've Got Mail') or traditional musicals.
Don't see it if you want complex, multi-faceted characters dealing with difficult issues.
See it if you are familiar with and like C.S. Lewis and if you enjoy humor with your religion.
Don't see it if you get dizzy with moving graphics in the background or if you don't enjoy theater exploring Christianity.
See it if you enjoy the play or Hamlet, or if you enjoy an adaptation featuring two women as the main characters.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy absurdist theater or if you are unfamiliar with either the source material or Hamlet.
See it if you enjoy rock musicals and are not afraid of the subject matter. The setting is clever, and the music is catchy.
Don't see it if the subject matter makes you uncomfortable.
See it if you enjoy great storytelling that is both funny and touching.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy one-woman shows.
See it if you enjoy great singing and staging, if you like The Lion King movie, or if you want to be moved by a performance.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy musicals or the original story.
See it if you have a sense of humor about religion and religious topics.
Don't see it if you wanted to see more swing dancing or if you want a tighter and clearer plot.