This revival of a rarely performed early Brecht piece doesn’t win over many new converts. Though Good Person of Szechwan won plaudits in its recent run at the Public Theatre, A Man’s A Man is considered a pale stepsister in comparison. There’s appreciation for director Brian Kulick’s staging and the cast overall, but critics feel the second act lags. As the Daily News’ Dziemianowicz notes, “Part of the problem owes to the rough-hewn play itself, but some issues are in sluggish pacing.” Duncan Sheik’s original music, which he also provided for CSC's last Brechtian outing, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, is almost universally acclaimed. Though a few might still find “much to recommend,” others note “missing mojo” in a “hopelessly dated” play. This Man is clearly not one for all seasons.