See it if you enjoy a brutal and raw narrative of addiction and human struggle
Don't see it if those imagery disturbs you already
Also gotta see it twice cause i just really likeit a lot
See it if you enjoy the quirky avant-garde work from ERS and dont mind teleprompter for Shakespeare
Don't see it if you prefer a traditional Shakespearean staging
See it if you enjoy an expressionist, somewhat Wedekind-style cabaret performance at point with a strong poetic narrative
Don't see it if you like the last production's staging and/or prefer a more extravagant Taymor staging than her expressionist take.
See it if you enjoy a biographical story with a powerful narrative about aging
Don't see it if you prefer a more fluffy interpretation and true peter pan relevance.
See it if the idea of stripped down staging of Shakespeare works for you
Don't see it if you prefer more musical style like Public Works' production or an appreciation for the full text of As You Like It (e.g Touchstone monologue
See it if you enjoy Kushner and writing about AIDS Crisis and can stand 7.5 hours of political theater
Don't see it if you cant afford it. hopefully Bway pricing wont be too insane.
See it if you are hesistant to see Shakespeare, this is a well interpreted work with great casts that know how to deliver the material
Don't see it if you prefer to see Ashford and Burstein to do musical theater works only.
See it if you fancy the idea of stripped down Hamlet, and a modern comic take on the material
Don't see it if you cant stand 3.5 hours in a theater
See it if you'd like to explore the backstage of Claire Tow and always wonder about the element of superstition in theater
Don't see it if you prefer to sit down during the show
See it if you're out of town visitor who have seen Phantom and Lion King and have no idea what else to see.
Don't see it if you appreciate the artistry of scenic design in theater and actually love the movie.
Also biggest disappointment of the season.
See it if a domestic Chekhovian drama sets in America attracts you. Also, both Linney and Nixon are a good enough reason to see this play.
Don't see it if you're on an anti period drama phase
See it if you've been waiting for Oskar Eustis to finally dragged himself to direct a show and put a Brechtian approach to Shakespeare
Don't see it if you're not into a sensitive timely political piece of work
See it if listening to a tune of 50s Broadway is what you do on a regular basis and wishing to hear them performed live
Don't see it if sexist, racist jokes of the fifties repulse you
See it if you enjoy a star-laden production of a classic Miller and Danny DeVito is really charming in this production
Don't see it if Mark Ruffalo isn't on.. His understudy was disappointing and cant carry the show.
See it if you love an intimate staging of a sondheim work and having actors shouted their lines in front of your face
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with a site specific staging and non-traditional theater space
See it if you like to hear gay history and its progress through the years on a very didactic script
Don't see it if you prefer a fluff, entertaining play on the gay experience
See it if you enjoy a truthful narrative of emotional Gay experience beyond AIDS on stage.
Don't see it if you prefer a stereotypical gay play
See it if you understand all Harry Potter references both movies and books
Don't see it if you have not read or see Harry Potter in its entirety
See it if you enjoy a smart play that likes to create a dialogue with itself
Don't see it if you arent familiar with all three characters as there were minimal groundings about their backgrounds for you to understand the plot
See it if you're not overwhelmed by the KPop sound and the aesthetics of it and you enjoy immersive experience that may or may not be theatrical
Don't see it if you refuse to walk around during a show and expect a glamorous,higher budget scale of a production
See it if you enjoy a women-centric play and appreciate women theater maker (written, directed and starred by women)
Don't see it if you like a linear plot with a clear direction on where the show would go.
See it if you'd wanna see a refreshing take of an American classic in a completely different manner and conventions
Don't see it if you have always loved the naturalistic approach of Miller's play
See it if you follow Williams play and would like to see his take on Avant Garde theater a la Beckett
Don't see it if you prefer his linear plot style of writing with resolution and conflict etc.
See it if you are familiar with the plot and scenes and dont mind seeing that translated on stage
Don't see it if you'd like a fun, entertaining night-out on Broadway.
Also Also, speaking of the greatest scene change on Broadway!
See it if you'd like to see -for a change, a big black ingenue take over the stage of an American musical. it's great, but the plot fell through
Don't see it if a strong plot with great staging is what you're looking for
See it if you enjoy a piece that debates with itself through a provoking series of arguments.
Don't see it if you glorified Ibsen's take on feminism
See it if you like a provocative staging of Brechtian epic theater with a contemporary material
Don't see it if I really dont see why.. unless you prefer a happy-go-lucky musical
See it if you enjoy a farcical fun theater
Don't see it if you expect a masterful Meyerhold staging. This is a great and fun adaptation to be taken very un-seriously.
See it if you like a blue-collar oriented, smart and well-written play with a highly-politicized contemporary theme.
Don't see it if you need to be entertained at the theater and not provoked or be forced to think
See it if you enjoy a modern take of confrontational Brechtian epic theater with heavy political theme
Don't see it if you're not a fan of politics on stage and prefer a naturalistic stagecraft
See it if the Wicked feud-ish plot excites you and the two leading ladies are the reason you love Theater
Don't see it if you cant stand Patti's obnoxious beltings, cause there are a lot of them and they're wonderful
See it if you enjoy backstage (somewhat) musical. Lots of songs and actual performances instead of just a straight play.
Don't see it if you expect a straight play and is often confused by subtitle projected on stage.