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See it if you care about the past, present, and future of this country and want to see a staging that is both simple an stunningly theatrical
Don't see it if you hate politics in your theater
See it if Absorbing, deeply resonant examination of American identity beautifully staged and acted.
Don't see it if You hate being able to see your fellow audience members.
See it if Gorgeous music, and a fresh take on Millay and her poetry - the women all shine, and her passion and talent feel utterly contemporary.
Don't see it if An irreverent and anachronistically ironic take on the exposition irritates you.
See it if You love a great score and the idea of a folk-punk Blade Runner riff is appealing.
Don't see it if You need a Disney Princess in your musicals.
See it if A powerful personal story told with imagination and great music by a flawless ensemble in an iconic venue. Powerfully thoughtful and moving
Don't see it if You are looking for a traditional musical.
See it if you want a fresh take on a story that never gets tired.
Don't see it if You don't want to do a little reading with your musical.
See it if you love great acting and want to understand how men and women misunderstand each other.
Don't see it if you don't want a relevant evening that will make you think.
See it if You enjoy great acting in a structurally ambitious show that is by turns funny and heartbreaking.
Don't see it if You need an easy night in the theater.
See it if you love great acting. DeWanda Wise is giving one of the performances of the season and will tear your heart out. I wept.
Don't see it if You don't like poetic lyricism in your drama. The writing here is rich, and not everyone will respond.
See it if You want a fascinating, moving, poetic exploration of aging, memory, and the way the people we love slip away. Exquisitely directed. 45 min.
Don't see it if You hate non-narrative non-linear drama and feel cheated if you don't spend at least an hour in your seat.
See it if Marin Ireland's roller coaster performance is not to be missed. Jack Cumming's minimalist staging is exceptionally transparent.
Don't see it if You don't like Tennessee Williams.
See it if You want an achingly poignant and thought provoking evening that reaches across 400 years making the English Civil War totally contemporary.
Don't see it if You need a plot or a well told story to hold your attention.