See it if you are a big Glenn Close fan.
Don't see it if you are not a big Glenn Close fan. Too bad this is a second-rate play with some third-rate actors... The Public Theater not at its best.
See it if you like the three stars, they're the main reason to see this. Cherry Jones gives her best performance to date.
Don't see it if you can't afford the outrageously expensive ticket prices.
See it if you like British humor and a great ensemble of actors... which ends up as an entertaining evening in the theater.
Don't see it if you're not into British humor.
Also My only complaint, is it took a while to get through the accents.
See it if you love the music and songs... because now, with the new cast, this is a must!
Don't see it if musicals are not your thing... but maybe you should, this just might change your mind.
See it if you want to get an authentic glimpse of the 1940s... a Radio play, beautifully presented with wonderful acting. I hope they bring this back.
Don't see it if you do not like small intimate productions, with a big heart.
See it if you enjoy great acting, and period dramas... an evening of subtle beauty.
Don't see it if you can't appreciate a world that moved on a much slower pace.
See it if you enjoy a theater experience of great acting...and a wonderful forgotten play. The Mint Theater always manages to present great plays.
Don't see it if you do not like period pieces.
See it if you just want a totally escapist, off-the-wall evening.
Don't see it if you are not fond of British humor, or looking a serious play.
See it if you want to see Glenn Close in one great song, but sit through an otherwise OK musical.
Don't see it if you want a truly transportive experience, love the old movie, and are not a fan of Andrew Lloyd Weber's music.
See it if you like hip-hop and don't mind by not being able to understand the lyrics.
Don't see it if you prefer musicals from the golden age, and when musicals were considered an art form.
See it if you are a big fan of Tom Stoppard, and you have to see everything he has written.
Don't see it if you are expecting the usual Tom Stoppard Masterpiece, this is not. Some interesting parts. Like a fine unsown suit.
See it if you want to see fine acting, and particularly a great performance by Elaine May.
Don't see it if you are looking for something light and fluffy...this play is rough going.
See it if you are a fan of Tom Stoppard, and intelligent theater.
Don't see it if you just want to sit in a theater and absorb. You'll need to be alert at all times, a lot happens and at a very fast pace.
See it if you are a huge Mark Rylance fan, otherwise save your money.
Don't see it if you are looking for a stimulating and engaging evening in the theater.
See it if you have absolutely nothing better to do with your time.
Don't see it if you have seen the original productions highlighted... these new renderings hold just a faint resemblance of the originals.
See it if you want to see great acting, Laurie Metcalfe gave an unforgettable, totally off the wall performance.
Don't see it if you haven't seen or read a "A Doll's House"... you'd miss the connections.
See it if you want a non-stop laugh riot of two hours. Michael Urie is phenomenal, he can do no wrong. Totally great.
Don't see it if ... I can think of no reason not to see this...go!
See it if you want a great story, terrific songs, and a totally uplifting evening. This is new and edgy, without being self-absorbed or alienating.
Don't see it if you have family members under 12.