See it if You're a fan of Orwell, 1984, topical issues or edgy, inventive theatre.
Don't see it if You need a linear plot -like the book, it can be difficult to follow. There are loud noises (gunshots) & bright flashing lights throughout.
See it if You are interested in current social issues (such as gun control in this case), enjoy supporting small theatres and new works.
Don't see it if You're looking for a big production. It's a small theatre with a cast of two.
See it if you're a fan of Paula Vogel, interested in LGBTQ themes, Jewish history and sophisticated writing or you enjoy real life dramatizations.
Don't see it if You need an intermission (110 minutes), you don't enjoy reading subtitles (which are crucial) or take issue with same sex themes and pda.
See it if you enjoy true stories, new plays that break ground, you are interested in the Oslo peace negations between the Palestinians & Isreal.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy long plays. It's three hours with one intermission.
See it if You loved A Doll's House and you've indulged in the fantasy of what happened after the door slammed. It's a great cast too.
Don't see it if You're expecting a continuation. It's not. (But to try to do so would be so wrong.) this is an explanation of the characters 15 years later
See it if your significant other wants you to do the taxes and you're absolutely desperate to get out of it for one more day, you procrastinator.
Don't see it if you're the significant other. Stay home and crack that whip! You're not missing anything.
See it if You're a fan of Noël Coward, Kevin Kline and Broadway revivals.
Don't see it if You're not prepared to revisit a classic. It's a bit slow compared to new plays and it's very British humor.
See it if you are a fan of August Wilson, social and personal issues in the African American community and well written plays.
Don't see it if You enjoy a face paced plot, or a traditional story with an ending, for that matter.
See it if You have children to take to the theatre.
Don't see it if You don't mind a lack of a storyline or your guests are over the age of 10. This show is very much for the little ones.
See it if you're interested in politics, the war in Iraq, Veterans and psychological probing.
Don't see it if you take issue with nudity, language and adult situations. This is definitely not a show for the little ones.
See it if you just have to see what the hype is all about or you need a night of chuckles and smiles.
Don't see it if you enjoy a night of thought provoking theatre. It's enjoyable - on a level (and that's ok) - but it's not going to change anyone's life.
See it if you want to take your out-of-town family members to the theatre without provoking debates about politics and social issues.
Don't see it if you're expecting ground breaking work. It's entertainingly enjoyable but it's not pushing the boundaries of contemporary theatre.
See it if You're a fan of theatre and know of actor George Rose. Ed Dixon gives us insight of his illustrious career and his Capote-esque demise.
Don't see it if You're idea of a night of theatre must includes a big Broadway stage with lots of sets and costumes.
See it if you're a fan of Arthur Miller, actors Tony Shalhoub, Danny Devito, Mark Ruffalo or Jessica Hecht.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy period pieces or Miller's writing.
See it if You love Bette, the Hello, Dolly! score and big Broadway musicals with lots of gorgeous sets, costumes and showstoppers.
Don't see it if If you don't like Bette. You won't enjoy it and the audience doesn't want you there either.
See it if You've never seen the play, you're a fan of Janney and/or Hickey, you enjoy witty humorous plays.
Don't see it if You prefer shows without homosexual themes, male nudity or a show that has an intermission. It's 90 min.
See it if You want to see a brilliant play masterfully acted by the entire cast.
Don't see it if I'm sorry but I can't think of a single reason not to see this show. Even the people who claim they don't like theatre will enjoy the show.
See it if You love Philippa. Her voice is stunning after all.
Don't see it if You like well conceived musicals with memorable music. You're unlikely to leave the show singing any of the songs.
See it if you are interested in US politics & history. LMM has written a genius score and shows us the evolution of Broadway theatre.
Don't see it if you don't like rap, hip hop or R&B music.
See it if you're a fan of James Cagney or love show stopping tap dancing. The story is told in a series of flashbacks through song and dance.
Don't see it if The objective is to gain deeper insight into JC's life. It's a charming story that sucks you into the fun w/ a smile but no revelations.
See it if you love a big Disney production. You've heard it's good - and it is. There's a reason it's still running and playing to sold out crowds!
Don't see it if You don't want to leave the theatre smiling and singing!