See it if into the translation of a classic into the style of a current playwright.
Don't see it if you need clarity; this is both non-sensical and dead-serious, resolved - and not really.
See it if into getting immersed in the pace of time gone by, wonderfully acted. What others here call dated felt soothgingly nostalgic to me.
Don't see it if cautious - these are not as satisfying as better known works by these authors.
See it if into laughing at a grossly-abusive wit-deficient dysfunctional family, well-stylized.
Don't see it if you think humor is about connection rather than randomness; I laughed once.
See it if into musings about Chekhov's work and boomer privilege, wonderfully executed
Don't see it if sensitive to somewhat dated elements, though at no point did I want to be anywhere but watching this fun play.
See it if into an easy-going, well-acted, "let's put on a show" version of a classic, with some live music.
Don't see it if seeking edge, high-art or production values; this is not particularly ambitious as "theater".
See it if into an intelligent revamping of a classic, featuring a strong cast and mesmerizing leads.
Don't see it if well - despite the rejuvenation, the core of this is still dated. I cannot say I connected with the music.
See it if into a lovely evening of some brilliance: "Judy", "The Ferryman", "Moulin Rouge" and "Mary Poppins's In Memoriam" come to mind.
Don't see it if too critical. Uneven? yes, but no scene is totally off-the-mark and the brilliant moments are worth it.
See it if into a well-executed campy melodrama; want to see Charles Busch make his signature moves
Don't see it if expecting old-shticks to return with a new twist
See it if you are OK with improv-level performances in theater context; "Belushi" could have been better in a more focused vehicle. The band was cool
Don't see it if you want "theater"; seek to understand the genius that Belushi was and you have access to Wikipedia and Youtube.
See it if into a wonderful production of a seriously underdeveloped play about 3 queers on a road trip to visit their straightened-up friend
Don't see it if you expect a play to be more focused than random
See it if into learning what Sondheim wants you to know about his legacy, well sung
Don't see it if you want to leave a show smiling - this could use a jolt of his comic material towards the end.
See it if into a wonderfully executed conundrum play about dogs trained to handle terror situations
Don't see it if well - this is a philosophical, wordy play in Spanish, reading the super-titles is a challenge
See it if into a splendidly-executed musical about memory and mating.
Don't see it if if "romantic" is not for you; also - in this early preview, the work seems wobbly as if unsure of its take away.
See it if into a resonant production of a rarely-seen classic; want to understand how old interpretations were more about their time than the play
Don't see it if uninterested in the context in which this play resonates
See it if into an autobiographical play about family dynamics and medical discoveries.
Don't see it if seeking an easy watch; as lovely as this was, it felt indulgent and my mind kept wandering.
See it if into a crowd-pleasing comedy about elderly breakup and their way-too-invested kids
Don't see it if not in the mood for anything; this mixes family-drama, rom-com, dirty-deeds and schmaltz to entetain most of us.
See it if into a brilliant though not fully there present-day take on a classic; want to see the exceptional performance of Isaac Powell as Tony
Don't see it if a strict purist, though musically this has not changed that much; not into Ivo's style and tendency to hammer points
See it if into a fine production of a modern American classic
Don't see it if expecting "drama!" Here, tragic events are presented in a low key, every day, may I say - relatable style.