See it if you like a mediocrity in musical theater with forgettable score. Tim Minchin failed to relive his Mathilda success here
Don't see it if you are expecting a hilarious musical and admirable stagecraft and great singing.
See it if Sarah Ruhl's writing resonates to you and you enjoy listening to a smart feminist art
Don't see it if you're easily offended by an intelligent feminist piece and a discussion of sex on stage.
See it if a campy, gay, and fun musical with a mildly preachy book. Also, if you like to be "transported"
Don't see it if you need the fourth wall separation to enjoy theater
See it if you'd like to see a successful attempt of an experimental theater concept.
Don't see it if you wouldnt enjoy twisting your upper body from your seat to keep up with the action.
See it if you love sondheim you love great singing you love great staging you love a very well written show
Don't see it if you're not a fan of a stripped down staging with a bare stage
See it if you enjoy the ironic representation and (very) dark comedy and tap number that Kander did in Scottsboro Boys
Don't see it if a display of disturbing acts of un-consented/consented intergenerational homosexuality are not for you
See it if the presence of Glenn Close haunts you everytime you listen to the score of this musical, & you dont mind the applause on her every entrance
Don't see it if You want a stellar singing and a complex score without repeating the same 3/4 harmonies over and over again.
See it if you hated the dumb down version of Karam's Cherry Orchard and would like to see a contemporary Chekhov in his signature style.
Don't see it if the Australian accent in Russian setting bother you.
See it if seeing a lost musical revue that has never been staged for the public interest you
Don't see it if sexist, misogynistic military jokes and references annoy you
See it if you love experimental staging with a quirky book and amazing contemporary ensemble
Don't see it if you feel strongly for Josh Groban's ability to do the role and you hate Russian literature.
See it if you enjoy the sing-through style of William Finn's musical and a stellar company with great chemistry
Don't see it if -dont see any reason not to see this production.
See it if you're okay with an uncomfortable subject of student-teacher affair and enjoy Judith Light's subtlety on stage
Don't see it if you're expecting a powerful plot and seamless problems addressing throughout the monologue
See it if you like to be surrounded by midwestern moms and middle aged white women trying to "Conga", also if you like Mamma Mia!
Don't see it if you're looking for a good plot and a production who makes a full use of its casts' talent.
See it if you would like to hear something different on Broadway but also see a contemporary musical conventions at the same time.
Don't see it if you hate fizzy-haired Taylor Swift's music and cliched female soprano story
See it if you'd like to see Charlie Brown's philosophical thought spoken by a true child instead of an adult.
Don't see it if you expect a magnificent singing and outstanding acting.
See it if you, maybe, wanna see Chris McCarrell perform on stage.. but don't expect the same power he had during his Les Miz run
Don't see it if you hate kids in the audience, cheap spectacles, and high-school production of a musical
See it if a clever interpretation of Williams' opening monologue of Menagerie intrigues you.
Don't see it if you expect the realist approach of all the previous Menagerie stagings.
Also Sam Gold is a national treasure!
See it if you enjoy an overly political musical that tries hard to be "relevant" with recycled material from the writer's previous work
Don't see it if you're looking for a fancy nice out in a theater.
See it if the masterful storytelling of a personal narrative interests you, also Shakespeare references.
Don't see it if you would like to be entertained and not have your thought provoked or discuss a new concept or idea in theater.
See it if you wouldn't mind a reality check of the contemporary life as a late 20s person who is trying to find love, living in NYC
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable about relatable issues on stage
See it if you enjoy a musical that rely its wholeness in the ensemble and not its lead star
Don't see it if you delight yourself in a powerful eleven o'clock ala Idina Menzel and doubling role confuses you
See it if You like a smart community theater who appreciate a good libretto
Don't see it if You wished for anthony rapp or Chenoweth
See it if you like a cocktail conversation among old white people
Don't see it if you appreciate a more plot-centric, non-absurdist approach of a linear play.. this is a failed Beckett to say the least
See it if you enjoy the subtle reference towards civil rights movement in Wilson's brilliant writing and the wonderful way it was translated here.
Don't see it if you're not for providing voices for the African American voice and representation on Broadway.
See it if you can stand a loud-mouthed gay persona on stage with 90s gay jokes and references
Don't see it if you like a more dynamic theatrical conventions.
See it if you love seeing new faces on NY scene and various styles of singing in one show that still works as a whole
Don't see it if you're against the experimental contemporary musicals
See it if you dont mind wasting an evening and some money. Also if you want a dumbed down Chekhov
Don't see it if you enjoy the artistry of Chekhov's writing and was expecting this production to have that.
See it if you'd like to see a new interpretation of Professor Keating with a John Doyle stripped staging style
Don't see it if you're expecting an improved staging of the movie
See it if you'd like to see a beautiful portrayal of Korean American on theater and smart projectile of food on stage.
Don't see it if you have not eaten anything. Cho's writing is so insightful that it makes you salivate!
See it if you enjoy watching Ellen or Oprah, and always wanted to be in as the live audience.
Don't see it if you're looking for a good plot and something that is actually theatrical.
See it if you like a flashy show with mind-blowing spectacles and ushers walking around with flashlights for cellphones during a scene.
Don't see it if you appreciate the artistry of true theater
See it if you are not expecting a wildly amusing play and a pretty-okay acting.
Don't see it if foul-mouthed book offends you