See it if you are familiar with the source material, a fan of the cast, a feminist
Don't see it if you prefer action and exposition over monologues and character development
See it if you are already a fan of the show or are a completest.
Don't see it if you prefer subtler or quieter shows, are prudish, or are triggered by abuse and violence towards women.
See it if you want to support a female playwright and director, or want to see a timely new play that has a lot to say about the state of the countr
Don't see it if you shy away from political plays.
See it if you are a fan of the show and want to see a creative take on it, or if you haven't seen it before but have always wanted to!
Don't see it if you don't like immersive theatrical experiences where actors may be up in your face
Also I think where you sit matters a lot. Shout out to row F!
See it if you are from or have ties to Long Island, or if you're a fan of any of the actors
Don't see it if you don't like characters that are cliches or plays where the lead role talks directly to the audience
See it if you like any or all of the cast members. See if you want to laugh & cry. See it if you are Jewish, a woman, gay, in therapy, or a therapist.
Don't see it if you don't like shows that are sung through, have dense lyrics, or a small cast or sparse set.
See it if you are a cirque do soleil fan, or if you want to see a show really take advantage of a grand theater space
Don't see it if you are expecting non-stop acrobatic fun--it was a little too much musical and not enough cirque for me.
See it if you want to be transported by impressive writing, staging and acting to a place v. different from Midtown Manhattan
Don't see it if you can't handle upsetting or uncomfortable topics
See it if you've ever felt like an outsider, if you want to see some very impressive performances
Don't see it if awkward people make you uncomfortable, or if you don't like shows that involve social media as a major plot device
See it if you are curious, a completest, or inclined to appreciate attractive shirtless men.
Don't see it if you are expecting something great because you love the movie this is based on or Duncan Sheik's previous work
See it if you like plays about murky morality, or sports, or guys in speedos, or plays that are short
Don't see it if you are squeamish , you prefer plays with a lot of action
See it if you want to see some riveting performances about a historical episode that you probably don't know too much about that has lasting effects
Don't see it if you can't sit through a long play or are uninterested in the subject matter
See it if you want a lift. With so much drama going on daily life, this show is a fun escape, with a talented cast and lots of stage magic.
Don't see it if you are looking for something serious or life-changing. Also, it's definitely PG-13, so beware if you're bringing kids.
See it if you have an interest in Yiddish theater, Jewish American history, new plays with historical context that are still extremely relevant
Don't see it if you are not interested in any of the above
See it if you are fan of Josh Groban or want to see how a large Broadway theater can be transformed to accommodate a non-traditional show
Don't see it if you hate immersive/interactive theater, are expecting a Josh Groban concert (his part is not v. big)
See it if you love Sara Bareilles and Jessie Mueller, or if you want to see something a little different in terms of the portrayal of women on stag
Don't see it if you are prudish, can't handle scenes of domestic violence/abuse, want something very traditional or flashy with big production numbers
See it if you love a classic musical with gorgeous sets and amazing dance numbers
Don't see it if you don't like cliched stage romances or 'mistaken-identity' tropes
See it if you respond well to good on-stage chemistry or witty banter.
Don't see it if you don't like seeing portrayals of violence towards women on stage, or don't like "surprise" endings that don't really make sense
See it if you are a lover of the American classics
Don't see it if you don't have the patience for a long show, less than perfect accents, or a low tolerance for uncomfortable subject matter
See it if You are an Arthur Miller fan, if you like seeing classic plays with just a touch of a modern edge
Don't see it if you only like new and edgy productions, if you are squeamish
See it if you have already seen the other family-oriented shows on Broadway and are looking for something to bring the kids to
Don't see it if you have high standards! or if you hate "dream ballets"
See it if you love Danny Burstein, since his performance as Tevye is the best thing about this production, or if you have never seen Fiddler on stage
Don't see it if you are easily disappointed by underwhelming revivals