See it if you are open-minded and are interested in hearing stories about black women, even if they are tough.
Don't see it if you demand a traditional, narrative-driven story. There is a lot of story, but it is not all one
See it if you have a true open mind -- to not only what makes interesting theater but also to geopolitical ideas you may find unappealing
Don't see it if stories about people outside America disinterest you or you are looking for a traditional musical
See it if you are open to seeing something that isn't a play but is equally entertaining
Don't see it if illusions are not your thing or if you can't get behind the premise of the show.
See it if you are interested in a children's show that attempts to make a point but doesn't actually get anywhere.
Don't see it if you are looking for a Broadway-level production -- singing, design, show all read children's theater
See it if you want to see what a non-Millennial thinks Millennials are like.
Don't see it if you are interested in a realistic ideation of the life of an actual young person in NYC or if you hate awkward scene transitions
See it if you are a fan of Williams or Tomei or want to see a nontraditional story told on the stage.
Don't see it if brevity is your saving grace or if accents make you uneasy.
See it if you can handle hours of history lessons presented by a number of very excellent actors.
Don't see it if you think history is a slog or are looking for something that has more action and less talk
See it if you are willing to have your idea of what theater can be challenged and are open to frank discussions of race
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with talk of sex or race or want a traditional evening at the theater.
See it if epic tales of love, friendship and loss, especially among gays, is your idea of a great night at the theater.
Don't see it if you don't like gay stories or you demand that theater show instead of tell (it's a lot of talking about action).
See it if You love Meatloaf’s and/or don’t care about a coherent or good plot.
Don't see it if You are looking for the spectacle seen in London or if you want something remotely meaningful.
See it if you love the movie or are a fan of modern pop music
Don't see it if jukebox musicals, spectacle or cheese is not really your idea of fun.
See it if you are a fan of inventive adaptations that make you look at the original in a different light.
Don't see it if you aren't interested in stories revolving around LGBT life, religion or Africa.
See it if you are looking for something different and posses an open mind. If you are of the Internet Age/are extremely online, you'll get it.
Don't see it if you want a traditional musical, hate acapella, don't understand the internet terms, are averse to foul language/talk of sex or addiction.
See it if you are a theatre completist or have a particular interest in unions or Tony Yazbeck.
Don't see it if you are easily bored. This is a bit of a slog and extremely dated and not particularly great musically.
See it if You love a show with a heart and message, you love the music and are OK seeing amateurs (who could put some Broadway folks to shame).
Don't see it if Are adverse to race talk or if you have hearing difficulties — the acoustics in this auditorium could cause problems.
See it if you love the movie and are OK with sexist, and at times tacky, regressive takes on issues of today. Also if you love Sara Stiles or Santino.
Don't see it if you are expecting a modern take on a pretty dated original work, especially in our current environment.
See it if interested in a thought experiment that is bound to make you uncomfortable but also feels very realistic.
Don't see it if you don't like to be uncomfortable at the theater or questioning your ideas of race and race relations.
See it if you are a Miller fan, are a WWII head or enjoy seeing great actors in a staid production.
Don't see it if you are expecting anything beyond what's on the page. This production could be from the 50s.
See it if you love the music and are open to bold interpretations
Don't see it if you are expecting a legacy/traditional production and are not interested any anything but that
See it if you like Sheik's past work, are interested in new musical work or are interested in a new take on a classic tale
Don't see it if you are expecting a perfect work, a coherent/non-tortured plot or a particularly compelling staging
See it if you enjoy discussions of the U.S. Constitution, intensely personal stories or a humorous night at the theater.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear about women's issues or history or are offended by liberal-leaning politics.
See it if you are interested in exploring the possible psyches of two people you think you already know or are fans of any of the actors or playwright
Don't see it if you hate the Clintons or are not interested in examining the interpersonal relationship of two of the world's most famous people.
See it if you are OK with a musical aimed at and dealing with teenagers, technology and the desire to be wanted.
Don't see it if you think of yourself as in any way above any of the aforementioned things or are not a friend of raunchy humor.
See it if you are looking for a perfectly cast version of one of your favorite books.
Don't see it if white savior narratives bother you or if you are not a fan of the book or film on which the play is based.
See it if you sense of humor includes liking things by Christopher Guest and you are open to non-serious adaptations of classics.
Don't see it if you hate puns or gags or are looking for a "serious" musical and are not willing to have your horizons stretched.
See it if you want to see three leads handle a classic while at the top of their games and supported by an excellent ensemble.
Don't see it if the show is not your favorite or you dislike any of the actors because they are there the whole time.
See it if you are actual open to views that may differ from your own and are willing to sit in the dark and accept it
Don't see it if conservatism and/or Catholicism is a full turn off as subject matter
See it if you want to see an amazing actress showing you exactly what that means and are willing to talk about a show without giving too much away
Don't see it if life's big questions and questionable morality aren't your cup of tea.
See it if you are in any way interested in freestyle and are open to loose 90-minute theater experience.
Don't see it if you demand structure, hate to let go of your phone, or aren't open to new experiences.
See it if you are fans of either of the leads and are alright being confused for much of the play.
Don't see it if you need to be fully in-tune with the plot or need it to be linear.
See it if you're interested in the inherent ability of people to hurt each other and themselves or if you're interested in any of the actors or play
Don't see it if you expect spectacle or much of a set at all or don't like shows with little "action"
See it if you like theater that makes you think and/or question things about yourself or others and you are OK if it is non-traditionally staged
Don't see it if you aren't open minded about discussions of race, don't want to question privilege you may have and are 100% adverse to participation
See it if you are interested in family dramas, played out across generations and showing what effect parents have on children
Don't see it if you think children don't belong on the stage, are averse to cursing or don't care about plays dealing with trauma.
See it if you don’t need a lot of context for what you are seeing and can handle Shakespeare’s dialogue.
Don't see it if You don’t know Macbeth that well, are not a fan of theater that doesn’t spell it al out for you
See it if you are a fan of family drama, especially the truly destructive kind; fantastic acting; and dark humor.
Don't see it if you are looking for something light and fun or if you are easily offended by foul language, full male nudity, or screaming and dispair.
See it if you love Burton-like aesthetics, a big spectacle, the movie, Leslie Kritzer or Alex Brightman.
Don't see it if you want particularly interesting songs or are turned off by humorous talk of death and foul language.
See it if you love plays about journalism, have an interest in the rise of populist media and/or the tabloid scene, especially in the U.K.
Don't see it if you have trouble with British accents/culture, are not interested in media or are uncomfortable with edgy language.
See it if you enjoy folk-ish music, can handle a little repetition in songs, enjoy the love stories of Orpheus and Persephone or want to feel a show.
Don't see it if you not open to the music type, hate love stories, are expecting a traditional old-school song/dance musical.
See it if you enjoy an engaging night at the theater, with performances that range from bombastic (a rave) to quiet (also a rave).
Don't see it if you know the play and are bothered by productions that play up the laughs
See it if you love the music and expect to see a show that, while slightly tweaked, is mostly by the book.
Don't see it if you are looking for a truly inventive or interesting take on a pretty boring musical.
See it if you love an excellent night at the theater, are even remotely interested in personal stories or like history.
Don't see it if you can’t stand a three-hour plus play or if even a bit of finance talk is boring to you.
See it if you are a fan of Sam Gold, Glenda Jackson, the story and/or long nights at the theater
Don't see it if you expect a fast-paced production, are not a fan of non-traditional stagings or can't endure a 2-hour first act.
See it if you love The Temptations, Motown or jukebox musicals in general.
Don't see it if you expect to only hear people on the stage singing — every Baby Boomer around you is going to sing.
See it if you are OK feeling a bit lost in a theater, don't need everything spelled out for you, are interested in the bizarre as art.
Don't see it if you can't abide some toilet humor, seeing male genitalia (even in cloth form), or desire to see a typical Broadway play.
See it if you love Merrily, Sondheim or stripped down productions of shows that can cause trouble.
Don't see it if you are looking for a big spectacle or if you have trouble following stories with nontraditional timelines.
See it if you love any of the performers or want to see what City Center is really all about -- putting on a great show
Don't see it if you don't like traditional musical comedies -- there's no stakes here at all.