See it if You enjoy period musicals with a rose-colored view of how the world should work.
Don't see it if Today’s political shenanigans upset you. All the people around you laughing at the pointed corollary will surely give you a coronary.
See it if You are a fan of the book. It stays true to form and content, while making pointed reference and relevance to who we are today.
Don't see it if You can’t get past who the adapter is and have negative or mixed feelings about his abilities.
See it if You appreciate Irish humor and enjoy solo performance pieces. This will, at turns, have you crying tears of laughter and sorrow.
Don't see it if You have no heart. You will be bored.
See it if You enjoy following a story within a story within a story. There really are 2 or 3 different plays happening here. All interesting.
Don't see it if You expect much insight or historical perspective on the 1911 Dreamland Fire. It’s there, but very thin.
See it if You like beautifully written characters, fully developed by a very talented director and cast. Be prepared to be astonished,
Don't see it if Tales of bullying and vengeful action disturb you. Also, don’t go if seeing an animal gutted will upset you.
See it if You want to discuss long afterward what you just saw.
Don't see it if You have lost someone, particularly a child, to gun violence and are looking for a meaningful, realistic portrayal of life after it.
See it if You are up for a rather cursory treatment of the plight of upper-middle class, modern, progressive Muslims in post-9/11 London.
Don't see it if You are expecting something profound or relevatory.
See it if You want to see Chris Evans actually stretch a bit. It’s admirable in execution if not result.
Don't see it if You are hoping Michael Cera will find something new to do here. His repertoire of tics and “aw shucks” posturing is on full display.
See it if You are a Burgess fan. The writing is whipcrackingly good, until the very end.
Don't see it if Stories about the D.C. power structure and people selling their souls to get ahead trouble you.
See it if You want to see a funny, touching, Well-written play about familial bonds that come in varied forms.
Don't see it if You are impatient with plays that shift time and place frequently. You may be lost at first. It’s worth sticking it out.
See it if You want to see some very good actors pull off a fun piece, creatively staged in very close quarters.
Don't see it if Getting preached to or hit over the head with “the point” of the work annoys you.
See it if Enjoy solo performance. This one will move you to tears, guffaws and back again. Wonderful story, beautifully portrayed.
Don't see it if Unresolved issues with departed love ones is a trigger.
See it if Everyone should see! You are a human being interested in the trials we face individually and collectively. You care about your neighbors.
Don't see it if Gender identity, racism, bullying, parental abuse/neglect and overcoming adversity are issues that you think are “fake news”.
Also Do. Not. Miss. This.
See it if You have, or are close to, one with OCD and are able to find humor and pathos in the condition.
Don't see it if Non-linear, perseverative monologues disturb you. Also if you are actually looking for hard evidence of psyllocibin as a curative for OCD.
See it if You are titillated by the naked male form. Or, in this case, 3 naked male forms as they work out their problems being a throuple, ad nauseam
Don't see it if You expect anything relevant or believable about marriage between two people who are committed to each other.
See it if You enjoy cabaret-style performance, multi-talented performers and a true, funny story.
Don't see it if Spit-singing bothers you—there’s a fair amount. Sit a few rows back or to the sides.
See it if You will enjoy three short, very different pieces all dealing with how people perceive and treat, or mistreat, others.
Don't see it if Monologues and non-linear conversation annoy or bore you.
See it if You enjoy new work from new writers. Theatre that shines a humorous light on unfunny subjects, while managing to be relevant.
Don't see it if Jokes about a depressive state and suicidal ideation trouble you.
See it if You enjoy two-handers, light-hearted humor and historical fact and fiction.
Don't see it if The idea of romance between two men is anathema to you. Mildly bawdy humor is also on display.
See it if You can laugh at all of us and how PC can sometimes go too far.
Don't see it if You are overly sensitive to the truth about Turkey Day and its ramifications in today’s NIMBY culture clash
See it if This must be seen in conjunction with its companion piece, I Hear You and Rejoice. Kitsy and Pat are lovers for the ages!
Don't see it if You don’t like solo performance pieces, Irish humor, cathartic experiences.
See it if You are a fan of Pete’s work. Of the three offerings, The Love Course alone is most worth the time
Don't see it if Bawdy humor isn’t your jam. Unfortunately, too, the first offering, his last play is also the weakest link.
See it if You want a very accessible intro or revisit to the world of opera. This production is superb! There’s not a single thing wrong with it.
Don't see it if Opera is not your jam. Though understand you are missing an extraordinary production.
Also Anika Noni Rose!❤️
See it if If you like silly fun in period costume, are a GoGos fan and don’t mind too much being preached at about diversity, same sex relationships.
Don't see it if Acceptance and celebration of ALL God’s children is anathema to you. Also if you don’t like old school pop music.
See it if You want to see some of the best working actors on stage today. Reg Rogers, Frank Wood and Tammy Blanchard make a memorable evening.
Don't see it if You don’t like tally, long, complicated works. You just want to see Denzel on stage. His is really a minor character in this gorgeous play.
See it if You want to see an extraordinary ensemble in a mind-bending, breathtaking adaptation of a timeless, tragic story.
Don't see it if Vulgarity and psychological S&M make you queasy.
See it if You are a fan of, or can at least find humor in, trash tv. As a bonus there are some more than Run-of-the-mill voices to be heard.
Don't see it if Joking about sexual peccadilloes and scatology makes you uncomfortable.
See it if You want to see a fresh, vibrant staging not usually afforded Albee’s word play. Ms. Neugebauer wields a steady, solid hand here.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of two-act stories sharing only the smallest fragment of commonality.
See it if Douglas Hodge is THE reason to see this sometimes farcical imagining of a love between Diaghilev and Nijinsky.
Don't see it if You are hoping for “The Turning Point” redux. It ain’t that.
See it if You enjoy comedy and characters broadly-drawn—a la TV sitcom. It’s light, somewhat funny and easy to digest.
Don't see it if You are expecting to see a thought-provoking piece paralleling Chekhov as advertised. That’s a stretch.
See it if You enjoy funny, smart dialog and some terrific young talent on stage.
Don't see it if You failed to see relevance and humor in movies like “Heathers” or plays like “The Wolves”. This ain’t your jam.
See it if See it! It should not be missed. The woman is a comedic genius and she mines the well-written monologue for every bit of its worth!
Don't see it if Cindy Lou Who is a personal hero. You’ll end up in an alley with a bottle of Night Train.