See it if You enjoy a drama that follows a dysfunctional family's attempt to deal with death through cultural appropriation of Buddhism.
Don't see it if You are easily triggered by privileged white people claiming religious and cultural practices that has nothing to do with them.
See it if You enjoy a compelling coming of age story about black youth and gorgeous music sung by a stellar cast.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a cappella music, step dancing, and a terrific story at the intersection of gay and black themes.
See it if You enjoy excellent acting from the entire ensemble in a play which, with lesser actors, would descend to melodrama. Beautiful set design!
Don't see it if You're tired of the sexually conservative trope that gay non-monogamy and polyamory are naturally doomed to failure.
See it if You love a compelling docudrama about a nearly forgotten anti-war protest that is both inspiring and chilling in its relevancy to now.
Don't see it if You supported the Vietnam War.
See it if You want to see an edgy, timely play about what it means to be a person of color and a sexual being in America.
Don't see it if You don't like thought-provoking dramedy that makes you hold up a mirror to your own views of race and sex.
See it if You enjoy intimate, site-specific, immersive theatre that explores intense subject matter, both personal and political.
Don't see it if You're hungry: the delicious smells of Ms. Zuabi's cooking are fabulous. Also, chefs, try not to be alarmed by her knife technique.
See it if You love original rock musicals, with a brilliant book and fantastic score, performed by sexy, talented geniuses in gorgeous costumes.
Don't see it if You don't like seeing brilliance.