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See it if you enjoy a nice production of a re-worked classic musical with some strong vocals and enjoyable staging.
Don't see it if you want old school Molly Brown.
Also Beth Malone & Whitney Bashor stand-outs.
See it if you want to see an early workshop production with unbalanced direction, design and acting.
Don't see it if you want something Broadway ready.
See it if you want to know what happens when Dear Evan Hansen meets Next To Normal with Alanis' songbook.
Don't see it if social/political/topical situations feel overdone and on the nose. Checked all the "social issue" boxes too hard.
See it if you want to see a mash up of musical vignettes inside a 'hate crime' narrative that slides in and out. you enjoy creators or creative team.
Don't see it if want an even evening. The main character is consistently 'acting' and you can see it-makes show topic feel needy and creates lack of empathy
See it if you have never seen this Pinter play - or know and like these "stars"
Don't see it if you need a quick fast play. Don't enjoy the Pinter pause.
See it if you want to see musical improvers create songs in Act I - vote for your favorite and then see the winner materialize in Act II
Don't see it if you want a traditional musical.
Also Performers depend on the night - we saw 4 of 8 listed. Silly fun -
See it if you love Caroline, Or Change, Kushner, Tesori. You want to hear the score sung.. you haven't seen it or your bum loves metal folding chairs.
Don't see it if you expect to hear every word, expect Broadway quality or creative staging.
See it if you enjoy Justin Long or want a night of a different type of humor.
Don't see it if you want a straight forward comedy or show not 'trying too hard' to have a message that doesn't fuse.
See it if you enjoy Pinkham. you are okay with a tepid adaptation of a film.
Don't see it if you want the movie or an elevated version of the story. The music is bland as is the basic and uneven direction.
See it if you love unfinished absurdist politically aligned writing as a shakespeare tag-a-long . You like Nathan Lane. Julie White is the stand out
Don't see it if you aren't into uneven tone, and writing that isn't up to par - even if typical for author or smart political parallels that fully work.
See it if you want light, fun and silly theater jokes. You enjoy a (mostly) all female cast - if uneven. You can see the potential..
Don't see it if You can't see the potential. This has potential but acting/writing/directing feels amateur and underrehearsed. Cast slipping on lines.
See it if you want to hear some nice voices. best voice - dies quick. You can see the potential in the idea - if askew
Don't see it if cliched teen angst awkwardly mixed with camp comedy-horror isn't you. You are expecting a show like Little Shop, Bat Boy, The Toxic Agenge
See it if you enjoy Colin Quinn or overly familiar blue state political humor - with an exception or two. For a blue state audience.
Don't see it if you don't want politics, a strong delivery and approach or something new or unheard. You need fresh jokes not used by other comedians.
See it if you enjoy a darker Christmas tale - some funny humor - if not complete.
Don't see it if you need a solid show. This has potential but needs more productions to get the kinks out . Early for off-broadway run.
See it if you enjoy WWI stories, very well sung a cappella by 10 men or need a little Christmas spirit through history.Strong vocal arrangement
Don't see it if you need a complex story or traditional book musical. ... you don't like a cappella music well sung/arranged.
See it if you are a fan of Michael C. Hall. He's up close and personal. You enjoy a meta monologue / stand-up character with ego (and not).
Don't see it if you need a straight forward story. This is a semi-structured ramble bouncing to a simple story from which emotional thought springs forth.
See it if you enjoy Shakespeare in any form. you enjoy food - or both. Fun cast making awkward transitions work.
Don't see it if you need big production. You need Shakespeare the focus. Cast is dedicated dealing with some slow movement choreography / staging.
See it if you enjoy a touching show that's funny. The lead actress was enjoyable - and worked the material well.
Don't see it if the topic of Alzheimer's is upsetting to you.
See it if you love every version of Dracula. You like women crawling around on the ground.
Don't see it if you want a professional feeling production or solid script. You are hoping for a great/inventive new take on the classic.
See it if you enjoy a musical review one will see in community theater black boxes.
Don't see it if you are looking for a focused musical review or musical.
See it if you like a poorly directed and an unfinished- feeling play. (the actors know it's not good)
Don't see it if you respect your time.
Also just don't unless it's free. Even then...
See it if you want to see the "Inside Out" film idea on an overweight black LGBT musical theater writer. Interesting topic but doesn't work here.
Don't see it if you need smart/precise stories and production. Flat and runs out of steam - even in cultural rants. Stronger writing and direction needed.
See it if you enjoy a really funny 'slice of life' play with a strong company - led by three funny, smart and dedicated actresses.
Don't see it if explicit words and graphic sexual content are bothersome. You need perfect writing - several subjects are touched without follow through.
See it if you are interested in BDSM brought you by an after-school special sitcom dramedy. Good off-Broadway production value.
Don't see it if long transitions kill momentum (so many long transitions). You need a strongly directed play with a fully capable cast.
See it if you want to see this rarely performed play with music - sung well. 4 in cast are pianists - and accompany.
Don't see it if not interested in a pro-union / leftist Trump paralleled show - in vignettes. You don't like full cast unison dialogue. felt long at end
See it if you need a SUPER simple ladies night out. Also it's closing.
Don't see it if you need substance or good writing. Very capable cast. Bad show.
See it if you want a heartwarming story with nice writing.
Don't see it if you aren't interested in the topic etc.
See it if fan of Nottage. Never seen the play before. You want Jay-Z's "Hard Knock Life" at intermission .... ....
Don't see it if You want fully focused direction and writing. You desire strong sound design/mix.
See it if you enjoy a one man show about his struggle with sexual abuse in Catholic school at the age of 12. Strong storytelling.
Don't see it if the subject matter is too intense or a personal trigger. The ending messaging is positive / hopeful for recovery.
See it if you enjoy seeing gorgeous dancers - and a cast trying to make a new show work.
Don't see it if you need a fully cooked show. You need strong music, inventive choreography or seamless musical execution. still unsure of itself and slow.
See it if you enjoy a hard working / great vocal and musical ensemble. You like longer historical based musicals- if lacking historical accuracy.
Don't see it if you need score consistency. Big staging - "finished" show. Show good - still needs work. Another attempt to create parallels to Trump worl
See it if you have kids (the kids went crazy for it). It's centered towards children but adults will have a nice hour too.
Don't see it if you (or your children) can't hang for blackout transitions. You don't like "filler" between segments.