See it if curious what an improv group (*) might do to the Bathsheba story; much energy, many clever moments, but...
Don't see it if ... easily frustrated by lack of a dramaturg - dialog at times lacks focus, action lacking motivation.
See it if An interesting take on a modern classic; some intense situations, and as a whole -- a relevant interpretation.
Don't see it if At times, the accents make this hard to understand, and perhaps as a result -- there are slow moments.
See it if seeking a wonderfully entertaining show - funny, poignant to a degree. Good old Gurney was given a worthy staging here.
Don't see it if If Gurney does not make you laugh, if you have no familiarity with WASP attitudes.
See it if while the 2 girls are lovely, they skip on first establishing good connection with the audience, so the final effect is not as potent.
Don't see it if you are not into "performance art"
See it if human. This was the most "all there" show I saw this festival, not shying from being overtly sexual, consistently entertaining.
Don't see it if non-vanilla sex is offensive to you.
See it if you would enjoy a storyteller journey through the music of the 90's and 00's, peppered with personal and scientific tidbits.
Don't see it if you just want to know how to make it into a band; this will be, potentially, in a future show...
See it if can appreciate a good-enough if uneven contemporary play, a mixture of a realistic-style with wacky outbursts by 3 talented likable actors.
Don't see it if over-critical of new work by small companies
See it if interested in a new staging of a classic, John Doyle style. Excellent performances, sparse creative staging.
Don't see it if impatient. The work tends to repeat its points (dollar bills, again?) so yawns are inevitable.
See it if ...you appreciate the language and flow of LaBute and want to experience it excellently done.
Don't see it if ...you will be disappointed by work that is clever but tame on making a point.
See it if looking for a well-acted intimate play
Don't see it if the structure of "something weird happens in the 1st half and we learn what it is towards the end" is too slow for you
See it if a new angle on what "rape" means, presented with a light touch, is for you. I especially liked the second half.
Don't see it if you hate nuance.
See it if interested in light discussion about democracy, with audience participation, cutesy interruptions and the occasional use of dolls
Don't see it if you might be critical of a somewhat unfocused event where after a few questions the speaker assumes he made a dent in your perception.
See it if clever, electronic-music-and-estrogen-rich riffs on Medea turning into a passionate protest is for you
Don't see it if you prefer standard cabaret