See it if You want to support a festival where some plays are being workshopped rather than produced.
Don't see it if You want consistent acting or a script that makes any sense. The direction couldn't make up for a script with many holes in it.
See it if It's closing this weekend, so you probably can't... but an A-list cast is the reason to go!
Don't see it if You have issues with gay-centric themes (you won't find any LBTQ in this very G show) or remember the 60s but would prefer to forget.
See it if You have a deep knowledge of Shakespeare and like slapstick style comedy.
Don't see it if You hate Shakespeare or are looking for a lot of staging (scenery, costumes, etc.).
See it if You love Lili Taylor and/or Janeane Garofalo. The performances are the only thing going for it.
Don't see it if Action is your bag. It's a collection of strewn together moments that don't make up for a dull theater experience.
See it if you want to see a show that's arguably the best to hit Broadway in years (and, yes, that includes Hamilton).
Don't see it if You like dialogue; it's a pop opera, so mostly all sung.
See it if You just want to laugh your a$$ off and if you're a "3 Stooges" type of fan. Or if you're a community theater survivor.
Don't see it if You care at all about plot; there is none.
See it if You love the Disney film and like nostalgia. Clever use of puppets and kids.
Don't see it if you've been to Cirque du Soleil. Unfortunately, Taymor's original idea is dated. What was truly breathtaking 23 years ago is sadly lacking.