See it if You are a woman. Whether you’re a Chekhov fan or not, I think this story will ring true for many. Really wonderful performances and set.
Don't see it if You were expecting a Beyonce biography. Alas, this is not that play!
See it if You want to see some really interesting physical acting, a strong ensemble, an interesting story, and a whole lotta tinfoil walls.
Don't see it if A minimalist set or the sound of windchimes bothers you.
See it if You're not sure you like Shakespeare, or you think Shakespeare can only be performed or enjoyed by a certain demographic.
Don't see it if You've seen a million R&Js already, and/or you're going to scream a silent scream if someone has made vast cuts to a beloved play.
See it if You want to be able to say "I saw it when..."
Don't see it if You don't have a firstborn child or magic beans lying around to trade in for a ticket.
See it if You’re a feminist! Really great, predominantly female cast led by a female director, translating an old story into something that feels new.
Don't see it if You aren’t into musicals/want a straight play. There’s more song and dance than you might expect for a play based on classic theater.
See it if You're interested in beautiful vocal music, gorgeous ensemble-driven work, and a unique theater experience for New York audiences.
Don't see it if You're looking for something with a more traditional linear plot, or have a tough time with dialects.
See it if you've ever visited the Museum of Sex and been disappointed by how under-researched or un-funny it was.
Don't see it if you've ever visited the Museum of Sex and been disappointed by how little nudity there was.
See it if You want to see a truly original, exciting, new, funny, poignant piece of musical theater but can't afford tickets to Hamilton.
Don't see it if You are one of those people who really can't handle child musical theater actors doing some real earnest singing.
See it if You like female-driven storylines, snappy dialogue, or if you were that kid in middle school who was really into Greek mythology.
Don't see it if You're not into the Fringe aesthetic: experimental, minimialistic, young.