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See it if you enjoy Victoria Clark. She is controlled, committed and honest.
Don't see it if you don't like very broad characterizations. The show doesn't flow. The score is not memorable. Overrated.
See it if you want to see a well adapted, updated Chekhov. Well performed, especially the brother and sister who represent the old guard.
Don't see it if Chekhov is not your thing. No intermission at about 90 minutes.
See it if you like ambitious plays that ponder big ideas.
Don't see it if you are looking for a satisfying evening. There are losts of questions raised and many detours that don't always add up - but it is worthy.
See it if you want to see a chaotic, ambitious, funny, multimedia presentation. It is jam packed, garbled, unfocused, and messy.
Don't see it if you are looking for a well paced, focused play. This is a mess- but full of (too full) of energy.
See it if you want to see a compelling performance in a very topical play. It is short but quite an emotional ride!
Don't see it if you don't like one man plays or are looking for top notch production values. This is bare bones and the space is very small.
See it if you want to see a musical on the cutting edge. Great subject matter, very well performed.
Don't see it if you are looking for a good score. Nothing memorable here and although there is a lot to enjoy it is disappointing in music, lyrics and book
See it if you enjoy sweet, simple, honest plays.
Don't see it if you want a more probing play that is more than a slice of life. The ending was disappointing.
See it if you have an interest in the complicated subject matter being dealt with in an honest way. It is.
Don't see it if the subject matter is a trigger for you.
See it if you love the sublime score. The gender swap almost works (almost!) and the performers are great. Lenk is much better than you've heard.
Don't see it if aren't open to the gender swap and are looking for a traditional production.
See it if the subject matter interests you. This is a thought provoking, well done evening.
Don't see it if you are looking for a play. This is a transcript but an interesting exercise and it works.
See it if you want to experience a smart, ambitious play, beautifully acted and directed.
Don't see it if the length bothers you. It is over three hours but it is compelling throughout.
See it if you want to see this classic done extremely well. The four actors are each excellent. Laurie Metcalf in her best performance yet.
Don't see it if you are looking for the usual Broadway experience.
See it if you like one person shows. This actor has heart and brings great skill to his characters. Overall worthwhile.
Don't see it if don't like documentary theatre. The characters are vivid but the piece does not build and one misses conflict.
See it if you see all things Frankenstein.
Don't see it if you are looking for an emotionally engaging examination of a classic text. This is muddled, confusing and pretentious.
See it if you love Charles Busch. This is one of his best efforts and the supporting cast is the best he has ever had!
Don't see it if you don't like drag and camp humor.
See it if if you love Alanis Morrissette.
Don't see it if you want a well rounded musical. This one strains and suffers with all the seams showing. Performances vary from good to two dimensional.
See it if want to see an ambitious play that has its heart in the right place. It is effective but derivative, overwritten and overlong
Don't see it if you are bothered by alot of declarative acting and talking to the audience.
See it if you are interested in or curious about BDSM. The play is soundly structured but lacks real depth and thoughtful examination.
Don't see it if the subject matter is off putting to you. I didn't feel I gained a lot of insight into an unfamiliar scene.
See it if you enjoy seeing three comic actors working it hard.
Don't see it if you are looking for a complete play. This one has promise but fails to get there.
See it if for the intellectual argument here and for the excellent actors.
Don't see it if you are hoping for some new insight into these well known Americans or for emotional engagement.
See it if you want to see Glenda Jackson on stage. She is commanding.
Don't see it if you are looking for a consistent reading of the play. There are a lot of hits and misses here. Some of the acting very good.
See it if you would like a glimpse into old world morality. The actors do well (especially the older men).
Don't see it if you are looking for a play that speaks to us today. This is a curiousity and a relic but well done and somewhat interesting.
See it if you appreciate great ensemble acting. Everyone is doing wonderful work. Special mention to Elaine May and Joan Allen who are terrific.
Don't see it if the subject matter is upsetting to you. It is hard-hitting and brutally honest.
See it if you are a Vonnegut fan although the bombast here and the indulgent performances sink it.
Don't see it if you object to cartoonish, indulgent theatre. The actors have been praised but they are hammy,and indulgent.
See it if you enjoy Pirandello and any of these plays. The company gives it a good try and succeeds about half the time.
Don't see it if you mind these plays being fractured and put together. Each of them is diminished. The performers are game and in some cases, skillful.
See it if you love the wonderful Janet McTeer. She valiently lifts the confused play at times and is never uninteresting to watch.
Don't see it if are looking for a good play. Late in the second half there are some scenes that come to life but it is too late.
See it if you enjoy excellent actors in ambitious plays. It doesn't totally succeed but there is a lot here to keep you engaged.
Don't see it if you can't sit for long plays that meander. The production lacks a focus and many of the important moments are not given room to play out.
See it if don't mind all the tinkering with classic Shaw.
Don't see it if are looking for good direction. The poor actors are at sea and pushing to compensate for an unfocused production.
See it if you have enjoyed the work of Bedlam. The two leads here are not successful but they sure are game!
Don't see it if you don't like overlong, rambling plays with obvious performances. So many good actors here drowning.
See it if you enjoy a well rounded play beautifully acted. Joshua Harmon is one of the best new writers out there. This is better than the reviews.
Don't see it if you don't like new plays.
See it if you want to see a very noble, if overbought, play that is most effective when it is poetic.
Don't see it if you don't like heavy handed plays that are not interested in well rounded characters.
See it if you enjoy an excellent production of a timely play that resonates today. Excellent performances without exception. The lead actor is superb.
Don't see it if you don't like period pieces and well made plays.
See it if want to see a great American play superbly performed. Denzel Washington at his best surrounded by terrific actors across the board.
Don't see it if you don't have the attention span.
See it if just skip it. A good subject matter but a forced play. The acting is cliched and pushed.
Don't see it if you are looking for this worthy subject matter handled deftly.
See it if you enjoy the writing of Stephen Adly Guirgis but this unfocused, broadly acted production does not do the play justice.
Don't see it if love this play. It is not served well here.
See it if you like new and interesting writers. Abby Rosebrock has a distinct voice and her acting equals her talent as a playwright.
Don't see it if you are not into quirky characters and off beat stories.
See it if you don't mind talky plays without much dramatic action. This is a problematic play
Don't see it if you are looking for real conflict on the stage. Conflict here is hinted at and not explored. The play is the problem here.