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See it if want to be totally entertained and feel good by seeing this brilliant new play by the writer of Moonstruck which is about 4 nutty people.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of silly, fun plays about 4 people and their crazy relationships with each other that could be classified as sitcomish.
See it if 100 minute sitcom with good acting, lots of laughs, sexual and physical humor. Nonstop jokes and eye candy kept me entertained.
Don't see it if You are looking for something more serious. You don't enjoy sexual humor. You would be offended by Trump jabs.
See it if you're a die-hard fan of Jason Alexander. The actors are all great (esp Aimee) but the actual show was annoying and pointless.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of any of the actors in the show. There are a few funny moments but the show as a whole isn't worth your time.
See it if JPS strives for a sit-com w/depth but fails to connect Some funny moments/situations but falls flat Alexander & esp Scott bring star quality
Don't see it if Better direction may have evened out rough edges & brought subplots together but JPS' effort clunky We hope for it to be better but ...alas
See it if you like Jason Alexander or Sherie Rene Scott in a play that's only okay. It's funny, but not spectacular
Don't see it if you're looking for a show with real depth or if a surface level comedy isn't what you're looking for
See it if You want to see Jason Alexander. The rest of the cast is also great. No character is all that likeable. The play itself is very sitcom like.
Don't see it if You are hoping for Seinfeld revival, because even though it’s hard to not project George onto the stage, this is not Seinfeld.
See it if seeking a night of peppy banter in a semi-stale battle of the sexes/couples-swap story; a fan of Jason Alexandre; have a sense of humor.
Don't see it if you are looking for deep, intellectual, and thought-provoking drama; dislike raunchiness and objectification of men and women; hate humor.
See it if you're a fan of Shanley and Alexander, enjoy comedies with ethnic characters who gently satire their culture & fresh unexpected plotting
Don't see it if Providence-focused Italian stereotypes offend you, you have trouble with openly brazen sex talk, you don't have a sense of humor
See it if you like tv sit-coms. It is basically that on the stage. Not terrible just superficial and unmemorable. Funny elements but played for laughs
Don't see it if you want drama with a deeper meaning and purpose. It is a perfectly pleasant way to spend the afternoon but it is like cotton candy
See it if Shanley knows how to write a funny show. Alexander is a terrific, funny performer. The show moves quickly......
Don't see it if ...but doesn’t really go anywhere. An entertaining trifle. I don’t love Sherry Rene Scott.
See it if you like TV comedy. It is not our cup of tea but we did laugh many times. We are fans of John P. S. and will not miss a show written by him.
Don't see it if you want something deep you don't need a one sided view re: politics..
Also M.T.C.. retains # 1 in Set Design.
See it if You want to see John Patrick Shanley attempt to write and direct a comedy...sometimes successfully. You love Jason Alexander as Costanza.
Don't see it if You don't like Seinfeld, can't tolerate slow-to-start comedies, are seeking out a well-structured farce. Occasional great one-liner here.
See it if You're looking for a humorous play without much depth; funny but not refreshing; very good acting by the entire cast & nice scenic design
Don't see it if You want anything beyond a light comedy; offended by harsh language or adult humor
See it if you like sitcoms.
Don't see it if you think a show that often brings up politics and the relationship between men and women should have something to say about those things.
See it if you love sit-coms. This show felt like a 90 minute sit-com. Also if you love Jason Alexander this is a must see. The cast is great!
Don't see it if you do not like raunchy shows. It is very adult themed and does not have much depth.
See it if you are a fan of Jason Alexander or Sherie-Rene Scott. The first half hour is fun.
Don't see it if you want a comedy that's totally amusing, makes sense and is not stereotypical. The playwright is also the director, ai.