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See it if you don't want to miss a rare combination of first-rate material and superb acting. Totally worth the $100 ticket price.
Don't see it if you don't want your bubble punctured.
See it if you want to escape the modern-day high-stakes farce that we're living, and be carried into the gently farcical comedy of yore.
Don't see it if you demand a tight plot and relevant subject matter.
See it if you want showmanship at its best. Miracles happen when a cast is both determined to make it fun for you and have fun themselves.
Don't see it if you'd rather listen to a 2-hr dinner table conversation culminating in a shocking revelation.
See it if ...if you appreciate ensemble cast acting. If you've been forced to participate in all kinds of silly meetings in the past.
Don't see it if ...if you can't walk a steep flight of stairs up to the venue.
See it if you want a spectacle and believe that Little Mermaid should not be the only Caribbean-themed musical out there.
Don't see it if you insist on having both entertainment and art as part of the same package and won't settle for merely the former.
See it if you know the play by heart and don't need to hear to understand, and are willing to trade your time for a handful of sight gags and tricks.
Don't see it if you have respiratory issues. For some reason, haze hangs over the auditorium made up of particles that are anything but theater magic powder
See it if you want the freedom to explore the spectacular set -- something akin to a museum or art installation.
Don't see it if having paid the steep admission fee you mind being left to your own devices. Or if constantly bumping into other guests will irritate you.
See it if if you doubt that a Brooklyn-based non-profit theater can pull off a massive production.
Don't see it if if you only have so much patience for deviations from canon and self-referential tricks.
See it if ... if you want to see something lighthearted and fun and yet very clever.
Don't see it if ...if mildly-sexual innuendos make you cringe. If you know nothing of Shakespeare.
See it if ...your partner absolutely wants to go see it. It won't kill you. The supporting roles are acted out well enough.
Don't see it if ...you demand absolute excellence in casting.