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See it if You are in the mood to listen. You like Enda Walsh' non-commercial work.
Don't see it if you are claustrophobic or do not like darkness. You do not want to hear dark or depressing texts.
See it if you want to see a cute story with some decent performances and a few nice staging moments.
Don't see it if The Parisian charm of the film (which is a very important character) is no where to be found (music, book or direction).
See it if an important play with an interesting subject matter. Makes you want to research more about the Oslo Accords.
Don't see it if too much yelling and at times the tone felt like a somewhat superficial history class; still, it is an important work.
See it if you want to see a masterclass in acting, directing, writing and design. All elements are spot on.
Don't see it if you prefer to see plays where you do not have to think or engage much.
See it if If you like the music of the original film; some nice production values (but not very creative). Teens/young adults seemed to love it.
Don't see it if It takes a long time to get going. Some of the characters (includ. Anastasia) lacked depth and were more cartoonish than in the film version
See it if ok.. took me a second viewing to understand the complexity and brilliance of this piece. Astounding!
Don't see it if If you like plays with a plot or expect some coherent narrative.
See it if this one was not for me; I had trouble understanding some the reasons behind the characters and felt manipulating in a way.
Don't see it if most audiences seemed to love it so it might be just personal taste. I love Paula Vogel's work but this one did not connect with me.
See it if if you liked Tiffany's "pretty to look"-yet more superficial-version of the show. This show finally approaches the text as a memory play.
Don't see it if If you want to see big set, a realistic production and a feel good. This is not it.
See it if you want to see a beautiful and moving production of "Sunday..." (the design of the chromolume is actually beautiful!)
Don't see it if you don't like Sondheim.
See it if you want to see the work of a genius. Lepage is a master of stage-craft and story telling. Very moving and beautiful.
Don't see it if If you prefer traditional plays with a linear plot you might hate this. If you are not patient.
See it if you have never seen Kneehigh's work. If you need some uplifting and hope during these times...
Don't see it if not my favorite Kneehigh production.
See it if if you want to see Kevin Kline. The cast is fine, but Kristine Nielsen, as usual, is a standout.
Don't see it if Saw this in previews so hopefully they will improve the peace and tone of the piece, as it is very slow and needs more "punch".
See it if a fine, yet conventional production of Sweeney Todd. It really shines when it uses the whole space, which happens very rarely.
Don't see it if Not the most comfortable seating. Try to be closer to the service counter.
See it if you want to have a good time; if you like slapstick; if you want something light and you eed to smile in these complicated times..
Don't see it if you want to a plot; if you are extremely bitter...
See it if you want to see something different; some heavy themes but done in a playful way.
Don't see it if you prefer traditional plays; you don't like to go to the theater to be reminded of death.
See it if you are willing to listen attentively to a beautiful, strange and complex text. You enjoy dark humor and non traditional plays.
Don't see it if you need to make sense of everything in a show; you expect a story-line.
See it if You want to see masterful puppetry and have a few laughs.
Don't see it if For a show trying to push the boundaries and wanting to make audiences reflect, this felt a little conventional.
See it if Glenn Close does not disappoint. Opposite to comments below, she might not have the greatest voice but that does not shadow her performance.
Don't see it if you get annoyed with audience cheering every famous line and entrance . You cannot stand A.L.W score.
See it if you are in the mood to listen a reflection on death, with the usual humor that characterizes Will Eno.
Don't see it if you want to see a light play with a plot.
See it if you are up for an intense play that will take you for a ride of the worst of the human being condition... appropriate for these times!
Don't see it if you are looking for a light show during these dark times... not a feel good play. It will haunt you for some time.
See it if you like storytelling; very refreshing and entertaining evening in a relaxed and fun setting.
Don't see it if you prefer traditional plays. You do not like to interact with the show. Most of the show is in verse with a lot of pop culture references.
See it if you enjoy the work of Nick Kroll and John Mulaney.
Don't see it if you don't like predictable, conventional jokes; if you haven't had at least 4 drinks (audience laughs even if they don't understand it)
See it if you like William Finn's music. Andrew Rannells and Stephanie J Block are very good in their roles.
Don't see it if somewhat cartoonish (probably on purpose). I tend to like James Lapine's work but this one felt uneven.
See it if Agree with comments below. Sutton Foster is great in the role.
Don't see it if if you are familiar with Fosse's original choreography you might be disappointed. Some directing/design issues.... (and THAT wig!)
See it if you enjoy Carole King's music. Entertaining but don't expect more insight into her musical career - just her big hits.
Don't see it if you expect good writing; this show had much more potential into her life and music.
See it if beautiful score by Yazbek. Charming story with characters that feel real.
Don't see it if if you want to see an uplifting show or the usual musical with over the top dramatic situations, plot twists, etc.
See it if if you want to spend an entertaining evening without having to engage with the plot or characters; beautiful production values.
Don't see it if cartoonish characters - not much depth or development -. Uneven music.
See it if you want to be challenged by your idea of what "theater" can be. Storytelling taken to a new level.
Don't see it if You don't like experimental theater; (15 min too long), you prefer traditional plays.
See it if you have not seen the movie... while not terrible, the movie is much better. Some nice directorial touches by Doyle.
Don't see it if you expect to get a different take from the movie. This is pretty much a carbon copy of the screenplay into the stage (which does not work)
See it if S. Delappe has created a play with a very unique voice: engaging and original.
Don't see it if you prefer traditional texts. Seating is tight and uncomfortable.
See it if you want to see a well acted play that deals with current social issues...
Don't see it if Direction goes a little into a melodramatic approach in the last few minutes (understandable), but still, an important work.
See it if you have not seen (or if you have) seen Daniel Kitson before. Master storyteller...
Don't see it if do not like monologues; if you can't stay 15 min without looking at your mobile, this is not for you.
See it if Creative, immersive staging. A fun evening at the theater.
Don't see it if Characters could be more developed but still, worth checking out.
See it if Correct: it is far from perfect but it achieves what it is looking for: to entertain. (very impressed with the Front of House/Usher team!)
Don't see it if If you want to see a book that actually makes sense. If you are one of those "I am a theater expert- I hate Cats" type of theatergoer
See it if you want to see a funny, well-crafted and thought-provoking play.
Don't see it if you do not like to be confronted with the inner experience of being human / only like "traditional" plays.
See it if You want to spend an entertaining evening at the theater. Interactive and fun.
Don't see it if There is not much of a "play" in here; do not expect character or plot development (not enough material for a 3 hr show; needs editing)
See it if so-so production of an important play. Strong performances but uninspired direction
Don't see it if uninspired directing/scenic/blocking /lighting/sound choices...