See it if you enjoy a piece that satires and laughs at itself in the ways to unfold its own critics of the long-existing issues deep down
Don't see it if you dont get satires
See it if you like to be challenged by hard issues and comfortable with simulated sex on stage and nudity
Don't see it if you prefer your theater to be entertaining.
See it if you're open to seeing a new perspective on the LGBTQ experience that may not necessarily often portrayed but exist out there
Don't see it if you're scared about facing the fact that political correctness may not necessarily be the best solution
See it if you enjoy Harmon's writing that introduce various ideas/thoughts through a different lens and narrative. and Idina wasn't half bad
Don't see it if you'd like to see Idina sings, she doesnt
See it if you enjoy the alternate narrative of slavery viewed through the lense of queerness
Don't see it if you're not open to have a queer narrative on a historical event
See it if you KNOW what the story is all about and do not mind having that action all around you
Don't see it if you do not like immersive theater experience with actors touching you, being close and interact with you in inappropriate ways
See it if you enjoy a highbrow humor on artistic endeavors and are familiar with Tzara, Joyce and Lenin
Don't see it if you prefer to see a cheap thrill british comedy
See it if a complicated history of capitalism dont scare you and double/triple castings can be convincing
Don't see it if you prefer a more entertaining piece that is not provoking.
See it if you'd like to see a rework of Albee's earlier play and it's additional rewrite and a group of actors who have REALLY studied their Albee
Don't see it if you'd like the Virginia Woolf kind of Albee
See it if you like to see new works that are being developed and won't mind time jump, set jump, etc.
Don't see it if you prefer a more coherent plot and a play that is audience-ready
See it if you enjoy the representation of disability in theater and a fluid narrative in a play
Don't see it if you detest the last production of Glass Menagerie and is uncomfortable seeing different body on stage.
See it if you enjoy a post-modern poetic writing that don't require a solid, existing language.
Don't see it if you hate accent, made up language, and prefer a more conventional,realist theater
See it if you like a reimagining of Shakespeare's lightest tale and a fun physical comic take on it
Don't see it if you prefer a trimmed down Shakespeare and a typical staging of it.
See it if you enjoy a heavily political enhanced narrative and Willimon's writing. Uma Thurman was disappointing though
Don't see it if you're looking for great acting -none here.
See it if you enjoy adaptation of Lorca and would like to see it viewed on a different lens
Don't see it if you are not into Lorca's dramatic device that sometimes can feel too melodramatic
See it if you like an intelligent theater that doesnt necessarily aim to please the Aristotlean way of storytelling and you like profound theater
Don't see it if you dont like storytelling theater and prefer an ensemble driven piece
See it if you enjoy the stories around Studio 54 but not necessarily into it that much
Don't see it if you wanted to see a solid work like Hedwig & The Angry Inch, this piece still feels like it needs more time
See it if you understand the plot devices of Albee's original and know the issues with it. Plus, if you enjoy ERS way of presenting a story
Don't see it if you prefer a normal, linear, boring theater
See it if you'd like to see Lynn Nottage's experimental writing and a small cast that are able to bring in a punch to the narrative
Don't see it if you prefer Nottage's naturalist style of writing
See it if you enjoy a revival that takes on new means to make their piece more available to everyone within their target demographic
Don't see it if supertitles confuses you
See it if the theme resonates to you and you wont mind seeing a work in progress
Don't see it if you prefer a solid musical. Unfortunately, this isnt quite like Heights. Feels workshopy and needs lots of iteration before becoming solid
See it if you enjoy a shallow plot theater with fancy spectacles
Don't see it if you arent a harry potter fan and regularly go to see plays
See it if you'd like a masterful take on Albee's post-dramatic play -gorgeous direction, staging, and three women in their prime acting career
Don't see it if you prefer a more realist Albee and lots of shouting a la Virginia Woolf
See it if you'd like to see Carousel being sung by great casts and wonderful orchestration
Don't see it if you hate a misogynistic piece and a period-piece that cant redeem and adapt itself to the current climate
See it if you enjoy a well-written family narrative structure -imagine Tony Kushner without the fantasy stuff
Don't see it if you prefer a theater that dont force you to think and reconsider stuff.
See it if you like a straight old white man tells you story -of any kind.
Don't see it if you like John Lithgow for his comedy roles and expect him to use it. None of that happened here. Left at intermission for the first time.
See it if you enjoy a simple entertaining plot and a no-fuss story, staging is wonderful and Mark Rylance is wonderful
Don't see it if you prefer a more complex plot and substance heavy narrative
See it if you enjoy an absurdist/surrealist piece of comedy and love seeing Laura Benanti take a comical role on a play
Don't see it if you're there for a mere Schumer, she is the weakest link of the four.
See it if you enjoy a concert presentation of a narrative with quirky songs ala Dave Malloy-esque
Don't see it if you prefer a classic plot-based musical with lots of high Cs and B flats