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See it if you want to support the Mint Theatre in their worthy mission of resurrecting old and forgotten plays.
Don't see it if you like plays that are dramatic rather than mere exposition.
See it if you want the chance to see a rarely staged play that has achieved cult status from a writer referred to as the mother of the avant-garde.
Don't see it if you do not like theatre of the absurd.
See it if you don't mind plays that are more narrative than dramatic with a minimal of staging.
Don't see it if you like dramatic tension with clearly defined characters and conflicts and meaty themes.
See it if you like to leave the theatre thinking and discussing what you have just seen.
Don't see it if you are squeamish about sex on stage or don't want to think about race and power - both in the past and in the present.
See it if you want to see two excellent actors make the most out of a dated play.
Don't see it if you don't like sexually frank dialogue and situations.
Also This is a play that needs to be rethought for the "me-too" age.
See it if you like one-person autobiographical shows such as John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons."
Don't see it if you are a conservative or anti-choice ... or maybe, see it if you are!
See it if you want to see a play exploring the lives of characters rarely seen on the NY Stage.
Don't see it if you think drama should reveal characters and their dilemmas rather than having them tell about their dilemmas.
See it if you want to see a contemporary play that addresses issues of race, gender and class in bold and honest ways.
Don't see it if you want theatre that allows you to escape from the world rather than plays that hold up a mirror to the world.
See it if you are intrigued by two actors (one speaking English, the other ASL) perform the same roles simultaneously.
Don't see it if you want to see a play with well rounded characters and where the theme is dramatized rather than simply discussed.
See it if you want to see an example of a classic 20th Century American musical ever so slightly tweaked to make it suitable for the 21st Century.
Don't see it if you like musicals with a lot of razzle-dazzle rather than musicals that are character driven.
See it if you want to see two great actors make the most of sub-par material.
Don't see it if you like coherent drama with intellectual and emotional payoffs beyond simply being clever.
See it if you find Pinter incomprehensible as this production will change your mind.
Don't see it if you are expecting to see a star vehicle for Tom Hiddleston as he is simply one third of a perfect ensemble.
See it if you admire the plays of Lynn Nottage even though this is not among her greater plays.
Don't see it if you have no interest in satires on Hollywood and the way that African American women have been stereotyped.
See it if you like plays in school settings such as "The History Boys" or "Tea and Sympathy."
Don't see it if the idea of dramatic scenes punctuated with choral musical interludes seems unappealing (even though it works superbly here).
Also The cast is superb, especially Jeremy Pope. A star is born!
See it if you feel that you need to see yet another retelling of the story of Joan of Arc.
Don't see it if you think historical dramas should have insight and use interesting language.
See it if you enjoy great acting and a play that beautifully meshes the personal and the political in complex ways.
Don't see it if you like plays with tidy emotions or in which the characters have to be likable.
See it if you want the opportunity to see a revival of this rarely produced musical.
Don't see it if you want to see a fuly staged production as this one is just a step up from a concert version.