See it if you are a Mamet fan. Acting is solid with Chris Bauer leading the charge. He played the sympathetic detective Andy on HBO's "True Blood".
Don't see it if choppy dialogue is a problem. Religious & gay overtones are an issue. The intensity of a Mamet play is too much. 2nd half is better then 1st
See it if Thought-provoking dealing with women trying to have it all. Youth meets aging from the women's prospective. Creative staging a plus.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear about a women complaint about aging in a mans world.
See it if York Theatre Company musical that starts off in 1957 Illinois as four female friends and ends 10 years later. All Broadway cast.
Don't see it if you can't enjoy a little silly humor.
See it if you want to see a Tanya Saracho play she makes you think about the obvious. sometimes funny show nicely produced by Primary Stages
Don't see it if you have a problem with real life drama of the modern women in the male dominated Hollywood work place. Two characters make up this show.
See it if you like to be entertained by a show that is outside the usual box. Music, lights and dance come together in a very unusual way. It pops!
Don't see it if being in a dark theater and stage makes you nervous. Or if you want more dramatics. It is fun, entertaining and eye catching nothing more.
See it if the classic boy meets girl romance. There is a back ground story about refugees from Vietnam. Enjoyable comic book like play/musical rap.
Don't see it if if you don't like something a bit silly. Comic book like humor and strong language.
See it if you want to be totally engaged in a show and its characters. Sarah Jones one women show and her characters are brilliant. The story in depth
Don't see it if you need more then one actor take you to a new level in theater.
See it if if you like Diane Lane and she was good. You saw the Humans on Broadway this version of Orchard is by Steve Karam. Interesting staging.
Don't see it if it is slow and the adaptation is confusing and misplaced. 2nd half was better and more up beat. Ending was contrived and unnecessary.
See it if you what to laugh about eating food. Lisa Lampanelli is funny and raunchy. Leading female comic. Its her story about the struggle with food.
Don't see it if you need more of a dramatic or comic story line. Have a problem with obscenities.
See it if you like raw intense drama. Simple staging makes for an intimate performance. Parker is strong and forceful with her dialogue.
Don't see it if a two character show of drama is hard for you to absorb. Very simple stage set and only the two actors to focus on. Parker speaks very fast.
See it if you like a solo performance that's outside the box. McBurney plays and tells a story that you are engaged through state of the art audio.
Don't see it if you want a traditional Broadway production this is not it. Could be a problem if you cant wear head phones. You have to imagine the visuals
See it if you like the traditional book and lyrics of a musical. If you are a fan of James Gagney or want to know about his life. A fun, tapping show.
Don't see it if If you are not a musical fan. Want bigger production numbers. Some numbers are a bit too long.
See it if you want to get a taste of the profane insight of a 19yr old playwright. You like British drama and some humor. Live music in a drama.
Don't see it if For a great revival of a 1959 British play. The British acting is over the top. Slow 1st act but strong 2nd act.
See it if you like the old musical styles with an updated flare. This show is about the dance. Great use of ballet. A romance after the war. Go see it
Don't see it if if you want a deeper story in a musical. Or you need all singing. Many numbers are just the music and dance like watching a ballet.
See it if you want a unconventional outside the box musical. Easily could have been a play. Excellent staging in the round. Dynamic true story.
Don't see it if you want the traditional musical like Wicked or Lion King. Have a problem with subject matter.
See it if you love NYC & big splashy spectacles. Great effects and stage settings. The Rockettes are top notch. Live orchestra brings the music alive.
Don't see it if if you are looking for a meaningful story line and great acting. Its geared for the tourist so plenty in the audience.
See it if if you want insight to writer, James Joyce. Also, if you are a fan of Matt Bogart from Jersey Boys. Both leads are fine singers.
Don't see it if you want a big musical production with multiple actors. A deeper story line and broader text.
See it if love to laugh and get an interesting prospective on God and the 10 Commandments. Masterfully written and Sean Hayes does a splendid job.
Don't see it if if you are offended by jokes about God and the good book.
See it if you want some innovation in acting and staging. The characters are well played and nicely defined.
Don't see it if If you have trouble following multiple characters played by just one actor.
See it if you don't want to miss a classic off-off Broadway show by an accomplish playwright. Bare bone production doesn't matter its about the story
Don't see it if If you are looking for bigger production value than pass.
See it if Solid characterization and pleasant staging. Political theme meets mans need for control.
Don't see it if You don't like non politically correct male character.
See it if In depth writing. Characters are developed and engaged in the story line. Production design and lighting a plus.
Don't see it if Very fast pace speech with hard British accents makes it a bit difficult to pick up on every word.
See it if you like Alan Hruska other works which are better then this one. There are a few moments and the 2nd half is better than the 1st
Don't see it if if you have a problem with choppy dialogue and confusing story matter.
See it if you're a Roundabout Theatre Co. fan. Its about Jewish politics and family, heritage, and history. Very similar to the play The Humans.
Don't see it if dysfunctional family drama isn't for you.
See it if A cappella musical. Creative with a light story line. A musical with no instruments and you would never know. Kathleen Marshall production.
Don't see it if you need only traditional musicals this one is far from it.
See it if you surely are connected to the NYC/LI area. If you like a character who unexpectedly shines by the end of the show.
Don't see it if you have problems with locate references and retro style period
See it if you want to see a stage great, Janet McTeer and film and TV star, Liev Schreiber. Both create that tension and lust that play is about.
Don't see it if you want more dynamics from Liev Schreiber. Period french plays are not your thing.
See it if you like something light and entertaining. Acting is very good and there are some nice laughs. Overall a good piece.
Don't see it if if you are looking for something deeper than it is. There are some character disconnect. Its a bit flat in parts.
See it if you want a good snooze. There were some moments with good acting.
Don't see it if flat story with no real point. People left after intermission. A workshop play that needs a lot more work.
See it if you like British drama and accents. Also, the play spans 3 generations of a dysfunctional family. The writing is clever.
Don't see it if British accents are hard for you. 1st act was interesting but the actors ages were off. Acts 2 and 3 pulled the play together.
See it if you are a fan of Isben. It holds up today with the political turmoil. Very poignant and provocative. Great news the run has been extended.
Don't see it if stylized older plays are not your fare. Don't like when they modernize or update classics works.
See it if you like stylize comedy's from the 1700's. Its very British and has the royal humor. Nicely staged and acted.
Don't see it if Old Shakespearean type humor is not what you like. Simple set with all actors on stage during the entire show.
See it if you like a musical that is not traditional. Want hear two powerful singing voice. Learn a bit about the Queen of blues Rosetta.
Don't see it if you need a deeper story or have an issue with gospel music. Also, the deep south lingo the characters use may be hard to comprehend.
See it if for a fine performance by the playwrights daughter. If you are a fan of Horton Foote. Texas style conflict with relations.
Don't see it if you need traditional closure in the ending of a play. If mental illness brothers you.
See it if interest story about two people and their need to find more in life. Cheating begins the journey. Annie Parisse is a standout in her role.
Don't see it if you don't like highly visual sets and a bit of violence.
See it if a drama that uses metaphors to drive home a point. Asian-American drama that deals with death and questioning the relationships of the past
Don't see it if if reading subtitles are an issue. The use of food phrases as a metaphor is not something you want to see.
See it if you like period shows a nice throw back to a golden age. Wonderful signing and songs. A full production would be a joy.
Don't see it if you want more depth in the book of a musical. Don't like period shows.
See it if you like strong drama about the holocaust. Creative staging and the lead actor is strong in the role. The play moves you.
Don't see it if stories about the holocaust trouble you. You have to stay focused to fully understand the through-line.
See it if you want a great performance by Rupert Everett. He transform into the actor of Oscar Wilde masterfully done. Great acting by the entire cast
Don't see it if you can't handle full front male nudity for 15 minutes. If you have problems with a dark drama and homosexuality.
See it if you like solo performances about real life artist brought to life. Well acted with insight to the artist.
Don't see it if solo performances are hard to deal with. You need more action and movement on stage.
See it if dynamic acting with a edgy story line. Two characters haunting past relived on staged. The set was brilliant use of lighting.
Don't see it if if you don't like a strong in your face drama with sexual premise.
See it if A big musical with a few really good production numbers. Epic in size and staging that is what Broadway offers. Its a classic.
Don't see it if Too long sometimes slow. Not enough memorable tunes.