See it if you appreciate an expert clown show. Not Ringling Bros style, but the Bouffon style. Outrageous, lots of audience interaction, and FUN!
Don't see it if you want to see a play. This is not a play.
See it if you love the story and you love good theater and you need to be uplifted.
Don't see it if you don't like incredible stage work and you don't like happiness.
See it if you enjoy good writing, monologues, and psychologically challenged characters doing bad things to the themselves and others.
Don't see it if you are looking for a more traditional play or if blood, drug use, and murder upsets you.
See it if you want to see extremely bold writing, direction, lighting, sound, and performance and if you need a nudge getting "woke."
Don't see it if you can't sit through 2 hours and 15 minutes with no intermission and you are sensitive to on-stage sex, hard hitting themes, and truth.
See it if you love Cher. I can't imagine this show would be entertaining or even make sense to someone who's not familiar with her career and music.
Don't see it if you don't like camp and big production numbers and loud music or if you are not a Cher fan.
See it if you’re a huge fan of all things “Broadway.” This show is all “Broadway” in theme, jokes, style, music, dancing...everything.
Don't see it if you don’t LOVE musicals. It’s a big, fat musical.
See it if you like simple but effective storytelling shows and can relate to the experiences of parenthood.
Don't see it if you want something flashy or can’t relate to having a baby.
See it if you enjoy sharp writing and direction, twisted characters, excellent set/costume design, awesome music/sound design, and important topics.
Don't see it if realistic, onstage violence and sexual situations bother you. The character’s are pretty messed up. I loved it.
See it if you’re a fan of physical comedy, clever stagecraft, brilliant clown work, or you know someone who’s addicted to their devices.
Don't see it if you need words to understand a story.
See it if you enjoy an evening of smart writing and dynamic storytelling delivered by an accomplished and mesmerizing actress.
Don't see it if you are squeamish. Seriously. There are some graphic descriptions here that will haunt you as they haunt the tortured protagonist.
See it if you appreciate great acting and you're interested in people's passions and the history of indie theater/downtown NYC theater scene.
Don't see it if you're seeking a more "traditional" play.
See it if you want to see a raucous, rocking, re-telling of a classic tale told by a sexy/funny/talented cast in a unique style with a ton of heart.
Don't see it if you don't like pop rock musicals or you think you need to know the source material (which you don't!)
See it if you're seeking a totally relevant story about complex, contemporary characters whose lives interconnect in fascinatingly theatrical ways.
Don't see it if you're seeking the same kind of stock stories, devices and characters that so many off-off-B'way shows have to offer.
See it if You appreciate original and dynamic storytelling and stagecraft.
Don't see it if You are bothered by bright lights and thunderous sound design.
See it if You enjoy terrific writing, hairpin turns, and a stellar cast presenting thought-provoking material that makes you laugh out loud.
Don't see it if You don't think you are a racist and just want to see the same old story. This is not one of those stories.
See it if You like classic Hollywood sci-fi stories and want to get swept away to another time...which isn't that far from this time.
Don't see it if You want big sets and special effects. The performers do all of that!
See it if you enjoy powerhouse storytelling mixed with outrageous standup comedy, wrapped in socially responsible messages. A storm of comedy gold!
Don't see it if you are seeking a more traditional solo show and like drama and if you dislike profanity.
See it if you love Pryce and Atkins. They are the only real reason to see this play. Not that I could tell you what their characters were like.
Don't see it if you don't like slow, unraveling, slightly confusing, and ultimately depressing views of dementia.
See it if you've never seen the show live on stage or if you've seen it and want to see a new take on the role of Audrey.
Don't see it if you LOVED the original and are looking for a revival with no real vision.
See it if you’re into experimental, avant-garde, technically impressive, well-designed, non-linear theatrical experiences.
Don't see it if you’re seeking a traditional play or solo show with clear narrative, or if flashing lights disturb you.
See it if you’re intrigued by a somewhat foul-mouthed holiday story and you enjoy a campy script and performances.
Don't see it if you’re easily offended and seeking something more serious.
See it if you want to experience the Christmas Carol story in a fresh, fun, contemporary way. Great dancing, acting, music, and video projections!
Don't see it if you’re a Grinch.
See it if you enjoy a good, creepy yarn delivered with a clever, artistic, theatrical shadow-play device.
Don't see it if you’re scared of the dark or ghosts or you’re afraid of taking a risk on highly theatrical work.
See it if you’ve never been to a nightclub, you love EDM, you love the Cleopatra story, you don’t mind standing/blocked views.
Don't see it if you are seeking coherence, structure, or a truly immersive theatrical experience.
See it if you’re looking for brilliant puppetry, staggering scope, inventive choreography, thrilling theatrical moments, sights to behold!
Don't see it if you want a traditional musical. It’s not. There aren’t a whole lot of songs. It’s very “now,” even though it’s set in the 30s.
See it if you appreciate masterfully executed video/sound integration, smart direction & avant garde experimentation blending film & live theater.
Don't see it if you want a clear, absorbing story and a sense of pace.
See it if you enjoy a classic, well-structured play that unfolds quite slowly, but it totally worth the wait.
Don't see it if you want action or anything lavish. It’s a very talky piece and the themes are deep and universal.
See it if you want to feel like you're spending time with a misunderstood artist who's returned from the past and if you're interested in art!
Don't see it if you're seeking a traditional solo show or something with bells and whistles. This is a unique, special, artsy, interactive experience.
See it if you're a fan of Shakespeare, or if you're foe of Trump, or if you enjoy witnessing a hilarious, ace performer pulling out all the stops.
Don't see it if you love Trump or don't enjoy Shakespeare.
See it if you enjoy physical comedy, gags, mugging, silliness, British things, deconstructing sets, and high energy.
Don't see it if you're looking for the next "Noises Off" - because this is about the actors' physicality and detailed set - not the characters or plot.
See it if You have a short attention span and enjoy seeing very talented actors shine in multiple roles under some superb direction.
Don't see it if You are looking for something deep and heavy and you get confused by talented actors playing more than one role.
See it if you love live music, you love silent film, you love originality, you're seeking a respite from the madness, you are smart.
Don't see it if you want a big action-summer blockbuster or you're opposed to incredibly rich orchestrations played by master musicians.