See it if you like inventive adaptations of classics like Hamill's Sense and Sensibility and Vanity Fair.
Don't see it if you don't like a Me Too view on everything.
See it if Thoroughly riveting, this production is not boring or staid for a minute.
Don't see it if You like you Hamlet 100 per cent fsithful to the text, there’s an on stage catholic class priest accepting Claudius’s confession.
See it if If you love the subject of artists in a politically repressive environment. But if you must see a play about 1930s Germany see Judgment Day.
Don't see it if if you’re bothered by a play that has Stalinists on stage and doesn’t overtly blame them for Hitler coming to power.
See it if If you love chorus works, with many touching interwoven lives, brilliant dialogue, heartbreaking stories, and if you love to discuss.
Don't see it if You don’t like too much profanity.
See it if you like plays that make you think about race, and the trauma slavery has left on the lives of millions of African Americans in the US.
Don't see it if If you don't like to be made uncomfortable by nudity, and sex on the stage, orr by the exploration of probing questions about race.
See it if you love Duncan Sheik's gorgeous music. Singing and music are fantastic.
Don't see it if The story and staging are conventional, and one wants more from the writer of Sweat. Still a perfectly beautiful, traditional musical.
See it if You like Lucas Hnath's plays, and if you know very little about politics, but are sort of mildly interested in the Clinton's.
Don't see it if you are interested in historical plays that dig deep into a subject that provides depth and insights. What a waste of a broadway platform.
See it if You like realism with a dab of absurdism, and really amazing acting, Ethan Hawke turns himself inside out during this show.
Don't see it if You don't like shows that are emblematic of America now the intellectuals pitting themselves against the anti-intellectuals of Trump's US.
See it if If you love interactive theater and James Joyce, one of the best nights I have spent at the theater, I was inside a work of literature. Love
Don't see it if If you don't like adaptations, if you don't like to see the story happen around you and the actors interact with you as with a dinner guest.
See it if Beautiful score, enchanting voices, one of the best off broadway musicals i’ve ever seen.
Don't see it if If greek mythology bores them, or if they’re pro-walls.
See it if Just lovely to see a big broadway musical in an intimate setting and hear those incredible voices so close.
Don't see it if You're afraid of gunshots.
See it if You like classic Broadway musicals and if you love Kelli o'hara.
Don't see it if you're offended by yet another cultural artifact that preaches the supremacy of western values.
See it if You love modern dance, set to a great soundtrack, with marvelous dancing, staging, and set. Great to take kids 5+ to, but amazing for adults
Don't see it if If you don’t like hiphop and pop.
See it if you loved Natasha and Pierre and the Comet of 1812, this is another fun Tolstoy adaptation, meets hilarious acting/staging a la Bedlam.
Don't see it if if you expect the same amazing music as Dave Malloy had in his Tolstoy adaptation. The music here is decidedly much weaker.
See it if If you like the movie White Ribbon which is sort of a preface to what would happen in Germany in the 1930s, the viciousness of crowds.
Don't see it if If you are not interested in plays asking big questions, or don’t like incredible sets made as if for an opera house.
See it if you like political and historical theater, that explores uncomfortable questions of race and ethnicity in the history of this nation and NY.
Don't see it if you don't like one person shows.
See it if you like plays about race. This is yet another take on White Noise/Get Out/ the Sellout (by Paul Beatty).
Don't see it if stage nudity makes you uncomfortable. It can be clearer as well, are there two plots in the play, or just one? The title suggests one.
See it if you love Dave Malloy's brilliant music, and cutting edge, non-conventional stories. The singing and music were superb.
Don't see it if you care about a clear story, or traditional broadway musicals. This is too edgy, and new to appeal to Broadway conservatives.
See it if you love walking away from a play and talking it about it days afterwards. Paul Beatty's Sellout meets Jordan Peele's Get Out.
Don't see it if if questions of race make you uncomfortable, and if you don't want to be brought out of your comfort zone at the theater.
See it if A great, gory, bloody play that is about 500 years old, but done so well and with a superb cast including the awesome Daniel Oreskes.
Don't see it if If you don't like camp, if you don't like Bedlam's Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice then don't see this.
See it if Absolutely brilliant to see an actor inhabit so many roles at one time. One of the best things I have ever seen in my life.
Don't see it if I a five hour Eugene O'Neill play is not your cup of chai.
See it if You love Glenn Close and like plays that explore the pain of being a parent on the verge of losing their child.
Don't see it if If you like meaty plays with lots to think about like Shaw's Joan of Arc.
See it if Absolutely one of the best things I’ve seen this season. Its incredibly funny and touching at the same time.
Don't see it if If you want the same seriousness nottage brought to sweat.
See it if You like plays about topical subject matter such as racism, and plays that are both touching and insightful.
Don't see it if You fon’t like to both laugh and cry.