See it if you still have a chance to see this production with Angela Lansbury. She's the only real reason to see this production, if it still exists.
Don't see it if you don't care for Angela Lansbury, or Noel Coward. It's funny but very dated. (And ultimately kind of forgettable.)
See it if A funny farce with a plum role in its center in the form of Mme. Arcati. Cast her right and the show hits the mark.
Don't see it if OK it's not laugh-a-minute, and could be a bit creaky, but still worth seeing it. You'll at least leave in good spirits.
See it if you just want to see the amazing performers together or if you really love older plays.
Don't see it if you want to see anything fresh. The script is fantastic but nothing is done with it--they rely solely on the performers' popularity.
See it if you get a chance to see it with Angela Landsbury and enjoy British-style humor - it's well-acted & amusing even if the story is a bit dated
Don't see it if you want to see something more modern and/or fast-paced. It's billed as a comedy, but it's not really LOL-type of funny; a bit cliched.
See it if You love classic theatre this was the best experience I have ever had attending a show
Don't see it if You hate great theatre if you hate theatre then you must hate the arts this show was fantastic
See it if you like clever comedy. Ruth and Elvira are comedic characters, and the stars in my opinion.
Don't see it if you aren't a fan of excessive dialogue. Little action happens and the action that does takes place in one room.
See it if You are a fan of witty, outrageous characters in a show with a big heart.
Don't see it if You have very young children, the comedy is mostly though the dialogue and could be long for them to watch.