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See it if you love Neil LaBute and have to see everything he ever wrote.
Don't see it if You can’t sit through slow acting. This was a poorly directed and performed version.
See it if you have nostalgia for the original, you want to see dark comedy, you treasure strong performances.
Don't see it if you have a weak stomach for scary/grotesque.
See it if you like in-depth explorations of modern social issues.
Don't see it if you like linear theatre. I liked the first two acts and then the monologue at the end, but the third act was just too weird.
See it if you don't mind leaving after the first act. Lovers/Winners was good, I thought the Yalta game went on for way too long and was boring
Don't see it if you're looking for something uplifting
See it if you love this musical, you have Eastern European heritage. You appreciate artistic direction and period pieces
Don't see it if you really really can’t stand subtitles (it was amazing to see in Yiddish though!)
See it if you are a theater nerd. You love anything meta. You love old text in new contexts.
Don't see it if You are easily confused. You hated either Romeo and Juliet or uncle Vanya.
See it if you like Stoppard (this is sooo Stoppard), you like seeing intellectual debates in shows, you’re interested in cognitive psychology.
Don't see it if You need something plot-based.
See it if you loved the movies/books. Definitely beneficial to have seen them first.
Don't see it if you hated the movies. Basically just a longer movie. Also if you’re not dazzled by special effects
See it if you like family dramas with several characters' lives intertwining
Don't see it if you get fidgety if a show is too long (could definitely have cut it)
See it if you like plays that explore current social issues and challenge popular reactions to them.
Don't see it if you aren’t comfortable being uncomfortable.
See it if you like new imaginings of classic works.
Don't see it if you can’t sit still for three hours. Also warning - my premium seat was a high stool!
See it if you must see Marisa Tomei in person.
Don't see it if you’re a Williams fan and feel like you have to see anything he wrote. This is a horrible interpretation.
See it if you like theater that unpacks a historical period and digs into how the characters react to it.
Don't see it if you need something that's relevant to modern times.
See it if you love the novel, you like good performances.
Don't see it if you don't remember the novel or are easily confused - it jumped around in time and had limited
See it if you like seeing well-developed characters thrown together and watching them react to each other.
Don't see it if you want a riveting plot with a strong story arc
See it if you need a nap.
Don't see it if you care about plot, structure, etc. The play is someone dictating a play to a secretary. Punctuation and all. Sooo slow.
See it if you want to hear someone do karaoke and show you pictures of his apartment.
Don't see it if you were expecting to hear any stories of the actual prisoners or their lives. These are really just songs with only minor explanation.
See it if you have kids. Had some good values. Did a great job converting the book into a musical - loved the songs.
Don't see it if you need adult themes, can't appreciate a kid's story.
See it if you don’t care that you know the whole plot in the first fifteen min
Don't see it if You like seeing interesting character dynamics and characters who evolve and get deeper over the course of the play
See it if you like stories about multiple characters with multiple storylines thrown into the same circumstance; if you like bob dylan
Don't see it if you're easily confused, you hate period pieces
See it if you’re not afraid of truth, you don’t know how to process recent events/climate
Don't see it if you’re easily made uncomfortable either physically or emotionally.
See it if You like characters dramas
Don't see it if You need a solid ending - felt this one came out of nowhere after a very slowly developing rest of the show
See it if you like happy, you like sad, you like Fairytales, you like amazing choreography and costumes and direction and performances. Itis beautiful
Don't see it if you are lame. No, seriously there is no reason not to see this show
See it if you like seeing new perspectives on old favorites.
Don't see it if You hate messing with a classic. Also don’t count on the chili for dinner super small portions!
See it if you like Stoppard, you like absurdism and playing with the form. Amazing revival of a play that I thought would read better than performed
Don't see it if you need a linear plot
See it if you have young kids. Lots of cool explosions. Etc.
Don't see it if you are hoping your kids will learn soemthing. Found explanations more descriptive (assigning terminology) than actually explanatory
See it if you hated the movie - I thought the character interpretations were different enough you might like this one. If you are wowed by effects.
Don't see it if you hate big broadway musicals. This is BIG.