See it if you want to see one of the stage's greatest actresses devour one of the stage's greatest roles with a stellar supporting cast.
Don't see it if the story isn't your speed, including frank sexuality, alcoholism or psychological games.
See it if you enjoy documentary theater, working class stories or are interested in exploring the human aftermath of a tragic disaster.
Don't see it if you don't like bluegrass music, don't like talk-y plays (there is no real action), are not interested in documentary theater
See it if you are a fan of the play and want to see a pared down, but fantastic, production
Don't see it if long plays aren't for you, you are anticipating a classic production or aren't a fan of inconsistency in accents.
See it if you love Dylan's lyrics or are looking for a story of a family down on its luck.
Don't see it if depressing, real-life family dramas are of no interesting; if you aren't interested in the Dylan canon; if you want something fast paced
See it if you are interested in a very modern take on a classic tragedy.
Don't see it if you want a massive spectacle or traditionally staged show that uses classic language.
See it if you can handle a long-ish story focused on the declining mining industry and what it means for a town and two families
Don't see it if you are a fan of brevity or are not interested in industrial stories
See it if you like a surprise and aren't afraid to confront the afterlife (or what may be the afterlife).
Don't see it if you are easily spooked or are not a fan of being talked at during a show.
See it if you love the score or want to hear a fantastic orchestra and three great leads
Don't see it if you want a full-scale production. This has a lot going for it, but is very sparse
See it if you are interested in thinking about life's big questions or like Eno's other work
Don't see it if you are easily confused or are uninterested in nontraditional theater/storytelling.
See it if you love Morissette's music and want to hear an amazing rendition of You Outta Know
Don't see it if you like you musicals to be focused. This one is all over the place plot-wise
See it if you want to see one of the single-best performances of generations -- Warren IS Turner
Don't see it if you hate jukebox musicals, don't like Tina Turner or can't handle stories of abuse.
See it if you are already familiar with the Macbeth story and are willing to forgive edits and being possibly confused by double casting
Don't see it if you want a flashy production or a classic version of this story.
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 want a love story or two that takes you in and out of the past and present and makes you think about what's important
Don't see it if you want a classic, traditional sung-through musical or are not interested in stories exploring a person's history.
See it if you are looking for something original, engaging and different than almost anything else you've seen
Don't see it if you aren't interested in stories from the past, stories from Asia or stories dealing with family or war.
See it if you like a very humorous family drama about love and need.
Don't see it if you are turned off by "foul" language or are not interested in stories of older people or families
See it if you can handle your classics being modernized both in staging and scope/view
Don't see it if you are expecting to see a traditional production or are not a fan of live video
See it if you want to see a fantastic cast performing an American classic about race and society
Don't see it if you aren't interested in military stories, whodunits or talk of race.
See it if you love the film or have a fondness for family dramas set in the 80s
Don't see it if you are expecting a spectacle; other than the actors playing instruments, there's not much here.
See it if you want to peek into the life of a Houston family at a time when they face some of the biggest challenges
Don't see it if you hate Southern plays or want a tidy, happy play
See it if you enjoy Nelson's slice-of-life plays and are interested in peaking into the world of a Hudson Valley family
Don't see it if you want a big story, don't like dance (or rather talk of dance) or want something with flash
See it if you want to see one of the most beautifully designed (costumes, set, etc) plays ever and are open to non traditional work
Don't see it if you are only interested in traditional plays or require men to be on the stage
See it if you can handle one-person shows that deal with subjects of race and religion and what it means to a communicty
Don't see it if you are looking for a plotted play that is in any way traditional
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.