See it if you can get really cheap tickets and are curious about this production
Don't see it if you love the glass menagerie. Gold kind of ruins the play
See it if you are interested in female issues, want a clever, relevant 90 min monologue that functions like a debate, offering dozens of perspectives
Don't see it if you don't like being told what the right point of view is by the play/playwright
See it if you want an intimate, quirky, sometimes funny romance set to beautiful music
Don't see it if you're expecting commentary on the Arab-Israeli conflict, intense drama, big musical spectacle
See it if You like memory plays, Irish accents, intense family dramas
Don't see it if You're not used to watching theatre/following plots, have trouble understanding accents, want something light
See it if You want to support a young playwright/director and young actors
Don't see it if I feel bad writing a bad review because they're clearly not professionals. The writing was awful and offensive. I left at intermission.
See it if You want a cute farce about Parisian romance. If you admire an actor's ability to play different roles/accents in one show.
Don't see it if You want really deep or thought provoking content/writing. Or a really good farce.
See it if You love theatre, you'll get all the references. You love big, showy, funny broadway. Similar to Book of Mormon but less risqué or political
Don't see it if It's your first broadway show. It's great but it has a lot of allusions to other shows/musicals/broadway movies that you don't want to miss
See it if You love romantic comedy. The best part was the ending, best writing and best actor.
Don't see it if You want a riveting, thought-provoking story the whole way through.
See it if You love the actors, love intimate, detailed connection between two actors.
Don't see it if You want multiple plots and subplots and characters, you are expecting a fully serious drama. It's very comedic for the majority.
See it if You like rap, or if you don't like rap, the most amazing combo of hip hop and jazz dance, comedy, drama, and connecting with history.
Don't see it if Just see it if you can
See it if you want to see great acting, staging, and directing. This sequel makes sense and is relevant. It's also very funny.
Don't see it if you're not familiar with a doll's house
See it if you want an experience that's more than entertainment, you want to learn from Parks, see great acting, come to your own conclusions
Don't see it if you want a narrative/are confused by a lack of one. This is an avant-garde, ritualistic, episodic piece. It's not an August Wilson play.
See it if You want the best example of what it means to act through song. Great connection between the actors. Wonderful, heart-warming singing.
Don't see it if You want a melodrama, or intense climactic plot. The story was a little weak and these two actors deserve better material!
See it if you want a tightly written, realistic drama propelled forward by actors who nail the comedy in this otherwise serious play.
Don't see it if you want light theatre purely for entertainment or if you like all the conflict to be between characters, as opposed to the world as well
See it if You want to experience all the greatness of the book in a beautifully staged and acted form
Don't see it if You like a lot of dialogue,don't like visual/movement based storytelling, or prefer traditional realism
See it if You want a fun show with great acting and singing. Impressive and entertaining.
Don't see it if You want dramatic realism. Parts are fluffy but the show does raise some questions about morality.
See it if You love the story, beautiful music, costuming, and powerful imagery and movement.
Don't see it if You want the dialogue to be the most important element that carries a play.
See it if You have a great appreciation for beautiful staging, or fun, adventurous content. The end is great but otherwise it's okay.
Don't see it if You are looking for great writing or a great score. Some good songs, not all though.
See it if You want to experience a heartbreakingly beautiful story that will always remain relevant to modern audiences.
Don't see it if You prefer fast-paced, thrilling, highly comedic theatre.
See it if You want to see more than yet another lovely female ingenue falling in love with a man. If you love Judy Kuhn from your childhood.
Don't see it if You want a simple, really easy to follow plot purely for entertainment. There's a fine line between intelligent and confusing with this play