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See it if well...I mean...it's Shakespeare. Red Bull has hit the mark with this creative presentation of a play that often seems too familiar.
Don't see it if you want a traditional telling of this play. The production is much more about the play of the girls than the bard.
See it if you like musicals and are happy when they succeed at what they are after....the subject is new here maybe--the form is not.
Don't see it if You want to see something "new"---there's a lot to love here and its executed flawlessly---but there's not much "new."
See it if you want to see top-talent tackle forgettable material.
Don't see it if you want more than a well staged concert production with phenomenal performances.
See it if you want to see all the stops pulled out for an important moment in the theater. Deborah Monk is a reason as well, she's wonderful here.
Don't see it if you'd like to see a play that holds up with the 'event' of the the production.
See it if you love Candide, but always found it too apolitical:) The acting is great. The show needs a substantive edit.
Don't see it if you don't want to experience three hours of a message play that preaches to things you already agree with and offers little new idea-wise.
See it if you're entertained by decadently devasting humor and moderately topical commentary----Oh---it'll help if you're on the queer spectrum.
Don't see it if You want more than a well-constructed monologue---that avoids feeling like an unfortunate one-man-show.
See it if you're interested in the subject matter and can't find a quickly put together documentary on Netflix covering it.
Don't see it if you'd like a moving story arc or more than theatrical manipulations.
See it if you want to laugh at people from over 200 years ago see yourself on stage.
Don't see it if you'd rather be watching the Real Housewives of London.
See it if You like talkly plays that hit close to home.
Don't see it if You didn't like the Apple family plays.
See it if you like AbFab, the bard, Green Day and well polished mayhem.
Don't see it if You're looking for a musical in any traditional sense.
See it if you believe the theatre is a place for community to gather and wrestle with itself.
Don't see it if you want a musical or something that puts spectacle before plot or character.
See it if you like plays that delve into the dialectic.
Don't see it if you want the dialectic masked behind believable drama. The conversation the play is having is great---the construction is cookie cutter.
See it if You like witty updated translations of old plays. Ives has never been better and the performances are hilarious.
Don't see it if You find French farce in rhyme to fantastic.
See it if you want to experience this soon to be lesser-known work by a talented playwright who has set aside his craft to play pure philosopher.
Don't see it if Skip it if you don't want a poor imitation of Brandon Jacobs Jenkins (and Jordan Harrison is Brilliant).
See it if You enjoy looking at the underside of the world in which we live told in creative “moment work” fashion by actors at the top of their games.
Don't see it if You’re looking for cohesive docudrama with a clear thesis. This play inspires research, but doesn’t seem to have a case of its own.
See it if you enjoy top-notch production and acting skills being employed to tell an important story from history.
Don't see it if you're looking for something escapist.
See it if you know the ins and outs of Peter Pan and want to see it explored thematically.
Don't see it if you don't want to see Peter pan explored through obscure and esoteric threads.
See it if Mary Testa makes your day as much as she makes mine. She gets the applause she deserves on her entrance and steals the show.
Don't see it if There's really no reason...but I saw the first preview---i might wait a few days
See it if You don't mind things that don't tell you what to think. This show simply asks, "how do I live?".
Don't see it if you don't enjoy shouting and monotonous spastic (but amusing) physical movement.
See it if you really like Annie or have never seen a "first-classish" production of it.
Don't see it if you saw the Broadway revival and liked it. This is a saccharin Annie to be sure.