See it if want to see an interesting take on Cyrano--and while it has music, it really isn't a musical in the usual sense. Cast is excellent
Don't see it if You want a big budget, broadway-style musical. It's not that in any way.
See it if want to see excellent performances, big sets, fun book. It's not great, but it is entertaining. The supporting cast is sooo good.
Don't see it if you want to use your brain or like complicated plots. It's just a fun show, not a masterpiece.
See it if You enjoy being tortured by bad songs. The cast is just fine--too bad the material they were given is so bad. Just awful
Don't see it if you like shows with a good score; they manage to even mangle the Harry Belafonte classics here.
See it if A fun, funny musical. Nothing to challenge your brain here, but you will laugh and the songs are good. The cast is excellent.
Don't see it if You want some deep meaning.
See it if Loved the TV show. You definitely need to know the series to enjoy. Well written and energetic performance
Don't see it if Don’t like one person shows, haven’t seen or didn’t like the TV series
See it if like Dylan songs; the story is really well written and the music turns Dylan back on his roots. I could see this multiple times
Don't see it if No reason not to see it--even if you hate Dylan, it's people who can sing doing his songs.
See it if It's Mean Girls meets Dear Evan Hanson meets Little Shop of Horrors. Only not as good as any of those. Amusing, with good performances
Don't see it if You aren't a millennial
See it if a nice, easy, shut-your-brain-off musical. It's a lot of fun--the cast is very good. Sets are clever, but really simple.
Don't see it if want something to think about, or great depth
See it if a really fun show, with excellent performances, especially Melissa Ericco's. Certainly one of the quirkiest musicals there is
Don't see it if Want a big production or serious subject matter
See it if like Joshua Harmon plays; cast is generally excellent. The show has funny moments--it's enjoyable, just not great
Don't see it if you aren't interested in gay themes or family dramedies or are expecting something hysterically funny
See it if a very different Lynn Nottage show about illegal ivory trade. Excellent performances, with four actors taking on many roles.
Don't see it if Want a big production or are not interested in the subject matter
See it if you like Tennessee Williams. While I'm not a fan, the performances, particularly Marin Ireland's, are top notch.
Don't see it if Want a big production with sets--this is more like a staged reading.
See it if you've never seen it before. Cast is good, not great (only Lindsey Mendez really stands out), staging is average. It's an ok revival
Don't see it if you saw the Lincoln Center revival in the 90's--can't compare; lower your expectations.
See it if have any interest in politics. It's really well acted with a small but excellent cast. If you want to see how Washington really works, go.
Don't see it if Don't like political shows or want a big production
See it if Enjoy a good dreamed--Michael Cera is really excellent. In today's racial environment, an especially relevant show.
Don't see it if Are uncomfortable with plays about race and the police
See it if like your comedy British and Dark. Really excellent cast, interesting subject matter and twists that you don't see coming
Don't see it if There's no reason not to see this.
See it if are a fan of Evanna Lynch (from Harry Potter), like Enda Walsh's works; it's fast and furious, highly energetic
Don't see it if Have issues understanding accents or dialect--the Irish is poured on thick
See it if an interesting historical story; Act 1 is the Heifetz part (he's barely in Act 2); the acting is very good and the show flies by
Don't see it if Want a big cast, not interested in the history or the music of Heifetz
See it if are interested in one of the towering figures of Ballet and his romantic life; excellent performances, especially from Douglas Hodge
Don't see it if Are homophobic, not a fan of history or ballet
See it if very good cast, but this show just didn't reach me. Found it predictable and trite.
Don't see it if you are turn-off by a show about gun violence or want an enjoyable night at the theater.
See it if you want an interesting intellectual discourse; the interplay between the titular characters is both funny and intelligent
Don't see it if you want action, realism, or a true plot
See it if have any interest in Stravinsky or Walt Disney; excellent cast in an intelligent and entertaining show
Don't see it if don't like two person shows, want a big production
See it if want to see a rare revival of a 1930's hit; it's definitely interesting, and the cast is very good (especially Anna Camp and Gabe Ebert).
Don't see it if You want a true comedy or drama--I'm still not sure which this is.
See it if you want to see a great cast in a timely revival; having never seen the original, was so glad to see this version
Don't see it if you are homophobic or don't have a sense of humor
See it if like non-linear storytelling; it has excellent performances, especially Anita Gillette. The show is definitely original
Don't see it if Need a linear, sensical story.
See it if like Judy Garland, old-time Hollywood musicals, big productions numbers. It's both fun and sentimental. Cast is fantastic
Don't see it if you don't like musicals of the 30's and 40's
See it if It's a good play, but its not a good Tom Stoppard play--nothing challenging, none of the Stoppard weirdness. Excellent cast except the lead
Don't see it if Are expecting Vintage Tom Stoppard
See it if I can't imagine who would like this. It tries to be a comedy and a timely drama about racism/black lives matter, and it fails at both
Don't see it if You value your time and money. Worst thing I've ever seen at the public.
See it if essentially a one woman show, where she portrays 11 characters in Ethiopia after the fall of Haile Salasie. Great Acting
Don't see it if Have no interest in subject matter, want elaborate staging, don't like one person shows.
See it if An interesting look at religion, LGBQ issues; its well written, excellently acted. It's the type of show one might need to see twice to get
Don't see it if You aren't interested in philosophical discussions, are uncomfortable with deafness
See it if it's Heather's without the bite. It's cute, cleverly staged, decently acted. It's far from a great show. But it's amusing
Don't see it if Want something with real depth or really good songs
See it if Whether it's your first Fiddler or have seen it, this is a really fun, different production. Great Choreography as well.
Don't see it if You have no desire to hear yiddish or read supertitles.
See it if want to see a bravura performance by Stephen Rea. The show is intelligent and well acted, but it gets very disturbing.
Don't see it if Want something happy. This show gets very dark
See it if you want to see a great ensemble cast. The 1st 45 minutes are really hysterical. The rest of the show turns more serious.
Don't see it if You are homophobic, or have fond memories of the original, as some material is clearly dated
See it if for the Music--the major Donna Summer hits are there. The performances are excellent--Ariana Duboise in particular. Book isn't great
Don't see it if You don't like the music, as it's the only reason to see this show.
See it if Great performances from a great cast. I'm not an Albee fan, but this one is intelligent and funny, as well as dramatic. Don't miss it
Don't see it if Want a big cast or a hilarious romp--it's definitely a dreamed.
See it if It's a tour de force for Billie Pipper, who shows amazing range and ability. The rest of the cast is great as well. It's very intense
Don't see it if If you are sensitive to infertility issues, want a "fun" night at theater. It's gripping, but emotionally ripping
See it if Like period pieces, large casts, intelligently written and impeccably acted plays. It's very Dickensian in it's scope and feel.
Don't see it if You have no interest in history or economics.
See it if The sets are great--the music speaks for itself. The cast is mostly excellent. It's pretty faithful to the original production and film.
Don't see it if Want a different take on the show--this is pretty traditional
See it if you want to see Ed Harris at his best. It's a pretty intense, well acted show, but much of the weight is covered by Harris.
Don't see it if you don't want to sit for 3+ hours, are uncomfortable with plays about mental illness
See it if it is indeed an opera--basically sung-through; highly irreverent. Terence Mann and Will Swenson are both really great
Don't see it if Want a traditional musical, are easily offended by language
See it if like dramedy's; it's amusing, with some excellent performances; well written, but at times it's hard to tell if it's a comedy or a drama
Don't see it if Want a bit production or a hilarious romp
See it if Great cast in a show about workplace sexual politics that is as relevant now as it was when written 25 years ago
Don't see it if aren't interested in the subject matter
See it if want an updated version of the Greek Classic--it covers the bases of the original and adds to it; excellent acting
Don't see it if you don't like violence, nudity, the classics
See it if like a good cast in a story about 80's greed and corporate maneuvering. It's entertaining, but it's been done before and better
Don't see it if you have no interest in the 80's or Wall Street type stories.
See it if you want a bunch of Hal Prince hits in one fast moving evening; cast is excellent, and there's plenty of Sondheim. Very entertaining.
Don't see it if You want a plot, don't like musical reviews.
See it if you enjoy John Doyle productions; its a truncated version of the show with some (not enough) music. Acting is really good.
Don't see it if you like your Shakespeare funny--there are few laughs here, despite the stellar cast
See it if have any interest in Yiddish theater; the show is fun (not as good as last year's Golden Bride). Timely and well cast.
Don't see it if aren't interested in an immigration story or Yiddish Theater.
See it if like repetitive, trite, hackneyed storytelling with 3 good songs and alot of filler. Sure, it's a nice story, but I found it agonizing
Don't see it if Have a choice. This was just not for me.