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See it if The v well-costumed&v v well-written play, perf by a remarkable cast,is abt "women who love moves2tragedy."The repression of 5 daughters by*
Don't see it if Not into Sp plays w Eng subtitles,nor in the values&customs of rural Sp women, tho the play's appeal is more universal&resonant than local. Read more
See it if This is the revival at gene frankel theatre. Riveting lead actress and plot twist not even the mother can see coming.
Don't see it if You like musicals, light hearted things. Also if you do not like watching abusive situations.
See it if you want to see a great play about passion and trials of women in a repressive society
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See it if you want a family friendly show
Don't see it if you don't want a family friendly show
See it if you want to see a classic by a superb playwright in a off beat theater
Don't see it if you get annoyed at some actors doing really bad accents making it difficult to understand the words
See it if You enjoy watching superbly dramatical characters (ha ha!)
Don't see it if You prefer a large venue with lots of shiny lights, you don't care for misery Read more
See it if you like thought-provoking theater.
Don't see it if you don't like a play in another language. You want flashy lights, sets, costumes
"This new staging moves so fast as to become a headlong rush to tragedy...The greatest strength of this production lies in its exploitation of the acid humor and the irony in virtually every line...You can laugh at many of the lines and be amused by the hypocrisy of these characters, and still come away appalled at their fate...Mr. Buch's reading of the play is acute and sensitive. It shares with some of Garcia Lorca's best poetry a sense of bitter mockery that barely masks despair."