See it if Keith Hamilton Cobb has written and is acting in an amazing play - a play that asks important questions about race, casting actors - IT.
Don't see it if You want to sleep, feel happy, and think the musical ‘Whale of a Tale’ is the high point of Western Civilisation - you want onto WhatsApp.
See it if You like monologue theatre want to understand the tragedy of a great comedian and social critics life and death.
Don't see it if You have ‘to come’ and laugh at comic material that is dated - but at times still thought provoking - and think that comedy is always funny.
See it if you want to experience a challenging work of magical realism - with short scenes -multiple location changes - ‘shown’ character development.
Don't see it if you like lots of pointed exposition - in a single location where characters relationships develop over time through emotional discovery.
See it if Wholesome Pollyanna entertainment. The musical for all the family - with singing and staging that does not challenge - but all done well.
Don't see it if If liked American Psycho. If you think a musical should offer more than (see the see if list above). I left asking why bother - maybe its me
See it if The Itch is a interesting play that moves between realism and the theatre of the absurd - the staging of the Thanks Giving dinner was clever
Don't see it if You don't like slow paced drama which uses a number of multi-media elements.
See it if Ok its a old fashion piece and everything is foreshadowed from the first moment - but that is itself a pleasure - the pleasure of what was.
Don't see it if you didn't like 'a whale of tail.'
See it if you like modern drama staged in an interesting manner.
Don't see it if you wish to see the revival of 'Whale of a tale' or thought the follow up to Rocky Horror show by O'Brien was even better!
See it if You love creative great musicals that have a strong subtext and playful text and bring together singing staging and magical flight.
Don't see it if you thought 'Whale of Tail' was a great musical - remember it closed during the preview end of 1st act intermission. Next survivors group ..
See it if Drunkle Vanya is set in wonderful lounge - the Tolstoy room - of the Russian Samovar restaurant. See full review.
Don't see it if You don't want to have fun and prefer reading Dickens's 'Bleak House' in bed with a warm cup of malt milk.
See it if See this if you love great story telling, if you like Irish theatre and it’s themes, if enjoy the creative monologue and fine acting.
Don't see it if If you don’t like listening to story telling and powerful emotional experiences, and you did see the short run musical ‘whale of a tail’ an
See it if If you like new types of theatrical experiences with a clever conceit and some audience participation - but rigidly managed by the author.
Don't see it if you want a play in which ‘Uncle Vanya’ -as usual - fires and misses at the professor- or a musical such as ‘A Whale of a Tale’ - or Disney.
See it if A one woman show that explores the identities a black women was required to play for a white male society. An outstanding performance mate.
Don't see it if you like 'Love Island', Bake Off or are Everton fan.
See it if want to be entertained, challenged and address issues of social and political importance.
Don't see it if if you don't want to experience any of the above - see if.
See it if If you like plays about New York - ensemble pieces of multiple overlapping lyrical monologues.
Don't see it if If you like clear precise dialogue and structured scenes.
See it if you want a fun theatre experience with a classic play - in 90 mins (instead of 3 hrs) and want to enjoy a drink and a nibble with the Bard.
Don't see it if you want to see the musical 'Whale of a tale' again - its really different. Or if you want a crib for an essay you are writing on the Bard.
See it if You want a theatre experience like 1950's audiences of Waiting for Godot had, and enjoy great acting with a slow burn quality.
Don't see it if If you want to fall asleep or plan your interval trip to the bar-toilet-bar. In this play you got to be awake to experience the dream.
See it if Saw the London production at the Almedia Theatre a few years ago - the Broadway production on it massive stage losses that intimacy
Don't see it if you think great musicals are about men and a woman and a child in France during a revolution.