See it if You enjoy classical style linier stories with minimal staging. You are interested in the juxtaposition of the lives of the rich and poor.
Don't see it if You like a modern story or upbeat message in your theatre.
See it if you want to see something new, refreshing, and poignant in an upbeat and engaging concert-cross-play
Don't see it if you don't like modern music, death as a topic is a bit too close for comfort right now
See it if you enjoy history (or don't), you like retrospective shows, you enjoy music from 1949-1969, you want to understand your grand/parents more
Don't see it if you have strong politics about history
See it if You enjoy vaudeville-esque kitch productions that is full of laughs and over the top characters.
Don't see it if You expect you period drama to be all period and no drama.
See it if you enjoy stories about the life of a character, clever takes on identity and the concept of multiple lives, or light-hearted stories
Don't see it if you only enjoy gritty theatre, have trouble following actors chaning characters/genders/ethnicities from scene-to-scene
See it if you enjoy radical feminist, socialist, or emerging playwright pieces, you've seen Girls and you like it or you don't like
Don't see it if if you absolutely loathe Millenials, liberal thinkers, or quirky staging
See it if you enjoy quick-witted theatre, enjoy comedy, or are perhaps a former thespian.
Don't see it if you really can't stand un-air conditioned spaces or need your theatre to be done in 2 hours or less
See it if you're interested and/or want to understand more about mental health, or were once a teenager/young adult
Don't see it if you're not interest in mental or were never a teenager/young adult. You're easily put off by less-than-broadway theatres.
See it if you enjoy political history/politics or dry British wit
Don't see it if you dislike whirlwind tour of complex history, you know literally nothing about British politics or the 70-90s of politics
See it if you're a Shakespeare fan, enjoy dynamic performance, you want a fresh take on a classic play
Don't see it if you struggle with Shakespearan language or keep up with a fast-paced play, you're squeamish
See it if a show dedicated to its craft with engaging storytelling. a behind-the-scenes view with all live puppetry/sound/music/video
Don't see it if you're expecting a grand stage broadway show or you're a stickler for classical theatre
See it if you'd like to see some top-notch production values, good acting, a good laugh and a new point of view.
Don't see it if you only like really meaty, deep scripts and aren't interested in hearing another opinion/POV
See it if you're interested in something fresh and curious. it's an ambitious script that dragged a little but was still interesting
Don't see it if you've no interest in other cultures, have no patience for hippies, or have a short attention span.
See it if You're interested in seeing a classic for pushing the subject matter boundaries of theatre; want to see things from a different perspective
Don't see it if The signing isn't always 100% translated which add dynamic to the play but could make you crazy if you're a control freak. Ages 12+
See it if you like fashion, music, & entertainment from the 60-70s. No need to see the film/read the book firs
Don't see it if A bit long for a one act (1h45) but it flies by. There is some audience participation, if you're terrified, sit in the back.
See it if you enjoy theatre of the mid 50s, understated plots/characters/exchanges, or you've seen and enjoyed the other plays in the series
Don't see it if you need fast and obvious plotlines, nuances of language are lost on you,
See it if You enjoy mid-century art, live music, photography, or vicarious peeks into 1960's New York arts culture
Don't see it if you need short and snappy theatre (it's 2.5 hours with intermission), you like plot-driven or linear shows, or you hate jazz
See it if you like unique stories, enjoy one-man shows, enjoy dark humor, enjoy stories set in the New York area
Don't see it if you're really squeamish (no blood, but it's 14A), you don't like small theatres, or have accessibility needs (no elevator)
See it if you like Shakespeare (obviously), don't mind Shakespeare abridged, you enjoy great acting and more modern takes on (very) old plays
Don't see it if Shakespeare abirdged just won't do, you don't like staging updates to old texts
See it if you enjoy early 20th century drama, great acting, or slightly darker family drama (although not family-friendly)
Don't see it if you have trouble with Irish accents or need your theatre to be uplifting
See it if you like audience participation, theeatre in the round/intimate setting, you like poignant comedy
Don't see it if you don't like audiance participation, struggle deeply with Scottish accents (!)
See it if you like something different, enjoy gothic stories, and have an interest in literature
Don't see it if you're easily bored by a podcast/audiobooks, or can't visualise spoken word productions
See it if you like new/raw theatre or works-in-progress and enjoy a bit of a puzzle-piece plotline
Don't see it if you need everything chronological or expect a polished performance
See it if you're open-minded and like a laugh. See if if you like an edgy subject matter (FYI there's no real nudity)
Don't see it if Not recommended for those who are seriously conservative or those put off by the theatre being a bit of a hole in the wall.
See it if you want a thoughtful and provocative show with incredibly talented actors. Action is close-up (no audience participation)
Don't see it if you need to know all of the answers to all of the questions in a play You're very squeamish (it lasts 5 mins max and you can look away)