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See it if You aren't expecting a traditional play/musical and are willing to be swept up by The Bengsons' music and story.
Don't see it if You aren't into the idea of a story-driven folk-punk concert, which is what this basically is.
See it if This was my favorite show of the year. The great story and score presented by an incredible cast, stripped down and presented anew.
Don't see it if you only like traditional staging of big Broadway muscials
See it if Interesting script and extremely well-executed production (design, direction, and performance).
Don't see it if The script ultimately left me unsatisfied. Why did this story need to be told?
See it if you want to be able to brag that you saw the off-Broadway production before Jordan Roth inevitably takes it to a commercial Broadway run
Don't see it if you don't want a moving, funny night at the theatre
See it if you like smart plays that are all dialog with little action and are interested in discussions of theology, philosophy, and history.
Don't see it if you need an exciting plot and lots of visual stimulus.
See it if your mind is open enough to see a comedy about the rape of a 15-year-old girl
Don't see it if you need the playwright to spoon-feed the message of the play to you (although he basically does so in the last 5 minutes)
See it if you like Monty Python-style humor and can stand a 2+ hour show with absolutely no plot.
Don't see it if you assume, based on how well the show has been received, that there must be some kind of "hook" or plot. There is not.
See it if you're a Broadway die-hard already familiar with Hal Prince's work and want to see a well-staged revue with a talented cast.
Don't see it if you are expecting anything more than song and dance. It's a revue.
See it if you're interested in the story of Billie Jean King and want to see the "Battle of the Sexes" told in a clever way
Don't see it if Don't come early if you don't want audience participation. Two clowns hang out in the house and harass audiences before the show.
See it if you want a play that will make you laugh your ass off, that also has some depth
Don't see it if you don't find the typical sassy, single, aging, insecure gay man trope funny (but there's more to this play than that).
See it if Somehow this play tells the same story we've heard a thousand times and manages to feel completely fresh and thought-provoking.
Don't see it if Don't come in with any expectations about what a story about college sexual assault is going to be and how it's going to end.
See it if you want to see a show that really belongs in a smaller house, but will settle for and out-of-scale Broadway production.
Don't see it if you need a fast-paced, high-energy musical.
See it if you want in interesting show about aging
Don't see it if you are ok with the fact that the third scene offers zero payoff after a great buildup in the first two.
See it if you want to see great actors in fun, refreshing, if not groundbreaking production
Don't see it if you hate Shakespeare, are a Shakespeare purist, or are only interested in truly inventive productions of Shakespeare
See it if you have low expectations going in and love the film.
Don't see it if you expect the score to be on the same level as MATILDA, Tim Minchin's other Broadway musical. I literally cannot remember a single song.
See it if You're already familiar with the story and like highly stylized theatre
Don't see it if You haven't seen the book or read the movie and prefer a straightforward plot and naturalistic acting.
See it if you want an engaging, sexy, emotional story about one poly/open relationship.
Don't see it if you ONLY want to see three naked dudes onstage and don't actually want a complicated story. I was expecting the former, but not the latter!
See it if you are a nice Midwestern lady who wants to feel a little naughty
Don't see it if you're expecting it to actually be as sexy as they'd like you to believe, or you want a musical with great music and lyrics.