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See it if you are Ethan Hawke fan.
Don't see it if you'd rather see a modern relevant play, not this allegory on the modern family collapse that today looks irrelevant and forced.
See it if you like interactive shows. If you don't mind grabbing a bite with your Shakespeare fix. If you're not offended by silly takes on classic
Don't see it if You expect an actual shakespeare play. If you are gourmand. If you don't like interacting with actors.
See it if You like pseudo-intellectual debate off New Yorker pages. If you are into lengthy dialogues.
Don't see it if You'd rather read a good article of the subject of human consciousness. If you prefer human emotions rather then some heavily diluted ideas
See it if You are interested in revealing the absurdity of our current history revision, convoluted sensitivities of the left in the intimate setting
Don't see it if You are easily offended by satire. If you don't appreciate fun being poked at sensitive political issues.
See it if you like Harvey Feinstein's work. If you love Michael Uri - it's his show. If you want to see Angels in America sans the drama.
Don't see it if you are not comfortable with gay theme.
See it if you are into boring historical plays with some weird PC undertones (women rights in 17th C England, seriously?)
Don't see it if you don't have to.
See it if if you love Stoppard no matter how dated his work became. If you're Patrick Marber's fan. If you're easily fooled by big names (my case)
Don't see it if You are suspicious (for good reason) of revivals, if a pseudo historical dramedy is your idea of a personal hell.
See it if One of the best plays I’ve ever seen. It’s an absolute must-see for anyone interested what theater could/should be. Also it's a wild party!
Don't see it if you prefer dusty broadway revivals
See it if you like period pieces. If traditional opera stagings of, say, Handel, is your cup of tea. If you an incurable Rylance fan.
Don't see it if you want your play to make your think. If you like smart scripts. If you are not into the banality of period pieces.
See it if you like comedies and want to see an immensely talented actor - Drew Droege is a pure delight.
Don't see it if you are not interested in the gay lingua franca - bitchy whining. If you don't like one man shows, this is also not for you.
See it if you'd like to see a strong staging with terrific action
Don't see it if you don't care about the finance, junk bonds scheme of the 80's in particular (quite covered by the movies like Moneyball)
See it if you appreciate great acting. Frank Langella is superb. Great staging too.
Don't see it if you're looking for light entertainment. The work is profound and sad, though peppered with a lot of funny moments.
See it if If you know who William Kentridge is - run until there's still tickets. It's an electrifying collage of imagery and ideas.
Don't see it if you don't know who Kentridge is, you probably won't enjoy it much. It's a theater of absurd.
See it if you can't get enough of magic in your life. If you have visitors you need to entertain. If you have kids 7+. If you want to have great fun!
Don't see it if You are easily offended with jokes (fun is poked at some viewers) and with your neighbors being loud and obnoxious (it's very umm democratic
See it if you like intimate period pieces on WWII, if you're interested in Ireland's history, if you are ok with minimalist setting
Don't see it if If you don't respond well to banalities. The show, while cleverly staged and beautifully played out, essentially is quite trite.
See it if you're are open minded, interested in female sexuality, and appreciate great acting.
Don't see it if you are tired of #metoo agenda as the ending is very disappointing and doesn't hold.
See it if you are interested in the past and current peaceful protest movements. If you enjoy work of Steven Levenson (Dear Evan Hansen, If I forget)
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with non-pc works, if you'd rather see a musical.
See it if you have a kid in tow. It's excruciatingly boring for the adults.
Don't see it if you actually want a coherent and meaningless play on inventions and/or history of inventions.
See it if you are into British exports and farce in general
Don't see it if you don't like meaningless laughs and have contempt for bad plots. This one is not genius to say the least.
See it if you like seeing great young actors with amazing synergy. If you prefer relevant themes of race and economics
Don't see it if you are not into intimate works and prefer more glitz. This one is quiet and a bit unsettling.
See it if You like big but tasteful Broadway productions. If you like Bernard Shaw. If you like deep themes.
Don't see it if you are into musical and comedies, can't stand long thoughtful monologues
See it if you have a young adult to take it to. It explores the mysterious ways of creative process, basically a fun entertaining lecture about art.
Don't see it if you are not into perceptive talks, study of art, and would rather have a straightforward narrative.
See it if you like young talent: the actors are pretty good, while the show is shallow and plain weird.
Don't see it if you are not into slow pieces that remind you of your school productions.
See it if you like cirque du soleil, colorful costumes, and busy stage.
Don't see it if you like to have a plot to follow. Also, if you are annoyed by cultural stereotypes this show has a plenty.
See it if you like immersive theater, if you care about a good cause, if you don't mind political theater, if you love folk singing
Don't see it if you want a musical or a traditional sit down show
See it if curious about a decade long drama of gender errors, social boundaries and political danger - the most fascinating love story of the 20th c.
Don't see it if you expect a love story - this is more of a political/cultural encounter exploration
See it if you are interested in the most heroic theatrical endeavor ever. They stage all four 1599 WS plays in one sprawling production
Don't see it if you don't like immersive theater