See it if you like amazing staging, emotional music, stand-out performances and tragedies that leave you with a sense of hope.
Don't see it if you don't like narrated plays, gritty set and costume design, or Greek myths.
See it if you love plays about theater, biographical stories with meat, wit, Hamlet, star turns, or debates about the roles of the sexes
Don't see it if you prefer substantive supporting characters, modest protagonists, shorter women, or mindless entertainment
See it if you enjoy schadenfreude humor, energetic acting/singing/dancing, inventive premises, or intimate theater experiences
Don't see it if you don't want to see the actors sweat and spritz, to hear clever lyrics set to pedestrian rock music, or to have the fourth wall broken
See it if you are LGBTQ identifying or know someone who is, love to support emerging writers, love eye candy
Don't see it if you have no interest in the gay subculture, intimate theaters, sex and drug jokes
See it if you like a book written in verse, stock characters, over-the-top western/southern accents, cartoonish sets, and very tall men
Don't see it if you like songs sung on key, an absorbing plot, controlled acting, get vertigo from stadium-type seating, or need handrails down stairs
See it if You love everything Harry Potter, West End transfers, illusions, and plays about parenting and coming of age or were shunned as a child.
Don't see it if You have never engaged with the Harry Potter phenomenon, get annoyed by unneeded theatrics, or have trouble understanding British accents.
See it if you want to see funny plays about serious subjects, want to see the greatest play of the last century or don't mind ugly scenic design.
Don't see it if you don't like gay themes, shouting, dated material, or Nathan Lane
See it if you enjoy myths, imaginative staging, intimate musicals, breakout performances.
Don't see it if you want happy endings, have trouble with accents, or don't understand racism.
See it if you like family drama as the backdrop for musical numbers.
Don't see it if you want to be entertained by dance numbers, beautiful sets and costumes, or plots based on someone doing something really stupid.
See it if you like extravaganza, Danny Burstein in anything, jukebox musicals, or the can-can.
Don't see it if you don't like Aaron Tveit, jukebox musicals, a dismal book, or the color red.
See it if you love Glenn Close, historical plays, intimate theaters, and inventive sets
Don't see it if you don't want uneven acting from the cast, a foregone conclusion, or American vernacular used by a 15th century, rural, French family
See it if you like predictable plots, indulgent set and costume design, fairy tales, or little escapes from the real world
Don't see it if can't stand to see another "girl is transformed" story or hear more old-fashioned Broadway music or watch a vacuous, unchallenging story
See it if you enjoy pop music, fun plots, inventive dancing, anachronism, well-done verse dialogue, rampantly diverse characters and dancing sheep
Don't see it if you dislike jukebox musicals no matter how well constructed, LGBTQ themes, or having a fun time in great seats
See it if you want to support more straight plays on B'way (pun intended), enjoy fine acting, want a laugh, or have never met a non-binary person
Don't see it if you want an ending that makes sense, can't endure a lot of redundant yelling, or need to understand every bit of staging
See it if you love plays with strong women, Laurie Metcalf, Edward Albee, or depth and wit or want to see a masterpiece of theater.
Don't see it if you will be offended by the use of words not used in polite company, don't like Laurie Metcalf, or think all plays must have a plot
See it if you want to leave the theater thinking, admire plays with older actors, or enjoy the words as much as the staging and performances.
Don't see it if you have trouble with accents, want a happy ending, or don't enjoy plays about mature characters.