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See it if you like indie-theatre riffs on Greek myths, you like seeing something offbeat, you're a big fan of plays under 90 minutes
Don't see it if you're looking for the traditional Greek myth, dislike solo shows (though this is not technically that), you hate dance breaks or lions
See it if you go to a lot of theatre, have ever been in a tech rehearsal, love farce, sight-gags, and smart slapstick
Don't see it if you're looking for content. It's a great spectacle and made me laugh, but the female storylines made me wince a little.
See it if you like John Leguizamo and sophomoric jokes
Don't see it if you actually want to learn anything about Latin history. Disappointingly devoid of new info, and moments of out-of-touch humor.
See it if you like drinking, impressions, and silly debauchery. If you're looking for a "fun experience," this'll do
Don't see it if you're looking to see any Shakespeare (it's often more summary and improv than text), dislike audience contact, or hate booze.
See it if you're a fan of Cagney the actor, you love big dance numbers, or want to know more about the backstory of Hollywood at that period
Don't see it if you're turned off by fanfare, tropes, and cheesy songs
See it if you're interested in how our digital lives affect our real lives... and you love TED talks.
Don't see it if you're hoping for a plot-driven piece.
See it if you're into plays that discuss social issues at their core, like a balance of fun and darkness
Don't see it if you're looking for something "classic" or you dislike plays with off-beat structure.
See it if you like Noel Coward and/or Kevin Kline, you're a bit traditional but like a good laugh, think multi-door farces are a blast
Don't see it if you're not interested in fluffy comedy, are staunchly feminist, or looking for real surprises
See it if you're a bit buttoned-up but get excited at the idea of pushing boundaries
Don't see it if you actually like pushing boundaries. If the idea of polyamory doesn't shock you, the stagecraft isn't quite enough for this to be a wow.
See it if you're a right-winger who was a sucker for The West Wing, but not too down into the details
Don't see it if you're picky about stagecraft. It's badly cast, and feels like a cheesy lead-up to a final speech.
See it if you love engaging, innovative storytelling. If you love Jane Austen. If you hate Jane Austen. If you love engaging theatre: see it.
Don't see it if you want the classics exactly as you remember them.
See it if you like innovative staging
Don't see it if empathy isn't your thing.