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Reviews (6)
During previews
Coal Country
East Village
Safe, chronological, documentary, personal, acceptable

See it if you like long-form podcasts about true events with a personal touch - and - with good music accompaniment.

Don't see it if you're looking for something you didn't know or any surprising twists. There are the usual good guys and heinous villains. No surprise.

Important, believable, generous, smart, worthwhile, Edgy, Ambitious, Entertaining, Absorbing

See it if you care about the fragility and strength of families as they struggle to contain their individual members.

Don't see it if you shy away from messy contemporary family dramas that explore sexual identity, addiction, income inequality, class, and survival.

During previews
Unknown Soldier
Midtown W
A traditional musical with a dated book. however, the story is fully realized and the cast very talented. they did as much as possible with a tired theme and genre., Dated

See it if If you like old-fashioned romantic musicals - with a just enough sadness to bring a tear - this is for you.

Don't see it if you're looking for tough, searching dramas about serious contemporary issues.

East Village
Intelligent, spare, deep, modern, horrifying

See it if you want to see deep themes of theater, humanity, and madness played out in todays voices. A tragedy you can't look away from.

Don't see it if your stomach clenches at slow moving train wrecks. It's hard to believe and impossible to reconcile; and, yet .....

During previews
East Village
Ambitious, smart, searching, reaching, worth it

See it if you care about ambitious young playwrights who are brave enough to try pushing the genre while searching for their voice and identity.

Don't see it if you expect perfection. This play is a little meta and it breaks the fourth wall and it doesn't always succeed. But it definitely tries.

Traditional and staged with love and respect; the yiddish is what brings this to another level. deep talent up there.

See it if you want a respectful and traditional staging of a classic show. This production honors its origin and elevates the language

Don't see it if you want a modern or daring or new interpretation of what could be a more ageless tale