See it if You have an affinity for 2-3 person plays, you like Coney Island, you can tolerate atypical stage direction and fragmentation.
Don't see it if You dislike fragmented storylines and atypical stage direction; you prefer traditional narrative storytelling.
See it if you enjoy loosely tied vignettes, humor, bold language, and can tolerate characters that are more caricatures than complexly developed.
Don't see it if if you like straight narratives which pose questions that (mostly) get answered, if you don't like crude/offensive language.
See it if you like Nottage's work, you enjoy clear moral imperatives, you can draw parallels and appreciate metaphoric and literal writing.
Don't see it if some have found this a bit pedantic, although as I understood it to be both a treatment on natural resources and race, I found it engrossing
See it if You don't see many plays in which race and/or the history plays a large role. Also, if you can stomach drastic temporal shifts w/in scenes.
Don't see it if you yearn for subtle and highly textured work about race.
See it if you enjoy August Wilson plays. Paradise Blue is a deeply absorbing character-driven play, even as it rehashes familiar tropes. Her best, IMO
Don't see it if If you find familiar tropes of gentrification, black brilliance confined by social norms, and plays located in the now-distant past banal.