See it if You don’t want to think too much. Everything is spelled out in ALL CAPS. That said, it’s an enjoyable, if sometimes melodramatic, 90 minutes
Don't see it if You are looking for an intense, thought-provoking indictment of US immigration policy.
See it if You are a fan of vintage musicals remounted as they should be, yet fresh, fun and still relevant.
Don't see it if Big flashy production values, unnecessary, enormous video projections and reimaginings are your thing. Thankfully, this ain’t that.
See it if You enjoy a slow churn to a conclusion that is anything but inevitable.
Don't see it if You’re easily bored. Unfortunately, Mr. Munoz’ estimable talent and charm cannot sustain the weight of this eulogistic blather.
See it if You are a fan of silly, absurd comedy set to a great score, performed by people who seem to be having fun!
Don't see it if Traditional musical comedy is what you’re expecting. This is not that. If you can’t laugh and enjoy collateral #metoo humor, stay home.
See it if You enjoy choreography and nonsensical dialogue.
Don't see it if You expect to understand the point of Kafka’s treatise, or this production, until the very end.
See it if Exploring the collateral damage of a violent act, eventual healing and rebuilding of lives, where the survivor and perpetrator are secondary
Don't see it if Stories of sexual abuse are triggering, particularly when seen through eyes of those who bear guilt and shame without having harmed anyone
See it if Beautiful story, great adaptation, wonderful score.
Don't see it if There’s no reason not to see this. It’s still in previews, a bit rough, but nothing that can’t be fixed.
See it if You want to see Stuhlbarg on stage.
Don't see it if Excessive jocular homoeroticism will make you uncomfortable. Long, talky shows with not much forward movement make you snooze.
See it if You are an Adam Driver fan. He’s big, handsome and chews the scenery at every turn. The play itself is also quite good.
Don't see it if Period pieces about self-absorbed NYers annoy you.
See it if You enjoy overwrought acting and terrible direction.
Don't see it if You’re expecting to see a work performed in a setting and appointed appropriate to its time. This is “updated” without discernible reason
See it if You are interested in biographical drama, particularly as it relates to historical disasters.
Don't see it if You expect a typical dysfunctional family drama. Narrative in style, this epic will likely bore you.
See it if You like socially relevant work presented in unusual, line-blurring fashion,
Don't see it if Slavery makes you uncomfortable. Then again, it should. If it does, all the more reason to be here.
See it if You enjoy absurdist comedy; stories about imperfect people, bad choices and unfortunate circumstance.
Don't see it if You are expecting a linear tale. It most definitely is not that.
See it if It is ever remounted here in NY or elsewhere. It’s a beautifully written work of love, family and loss.
Don't see it if Cursing bothers you. There’s a fair amount, all in love.
See it if You can enjoy an almost completely fictitious, often very amusing, take on the real life story of Cambodia and the Pol Pot regime.
Don't see it if Loud music sung in a foreign language, with no supertitles available, or really corny SE Asian character portrayals bother you.
See it if ...you enjoy solo performance. Mr .Damiano writes and gives life to four very different, resonant, fully-formed individuals. Beautiful.
Don't see it if You are looking for a big show. This is a simple, stunning work where listening is of utmost importance.
See it if You aren’t expecting much. You won’t be disappointed.
Don't see it if You’re hoping for a funny, tuneful sendup of Macbeth.
Also It’s just not good. Dull, dated and too long.
See it if You can wade through Irish accents, masterful to mediocre, and find the wry, off-the-cuff humor often lost in trying to understand.
Don't see it if Monologues are not your thing.
See it if You are willing to sit through two acts of a meandering story that, in the end, is uninteresting.
Don't see it if You want an engaging, well-written, interesting story on love in all its forms.
See it if You are interested in autobiographical work of battling one’s inner demons and external negative life forces, beautifully sung,.
Don't see it if You are squeamish or easily triggered. There’s a lot of material here some may find offensive.
See it if You enjoy angst-ridden two-handers. These people are hellaciously horrible to one another. Deservedly so. Perversely, I wanted them to marry
Don't see it if You’ve wondered if your therapist talks about you to family and friends. This will confirm your fear in the most disturbing way
See it if Definitely one of McNally’s best. Still surprisingly resonant many years later—-despite some dated. references.
Don't see it if Nudity and simulated intercourse, cursing bother you.
See it if You like musical theater performance. You are aware how our reliance on technology distances us from one another.
Don't see it if If you measure your self-worth by your numbers online. You know who you are. I needn’t explain.
See it if You are a Mad Ones fan, for sure. Peeps in market research will likely find it funny as well.
Don't see it if Talk vs. action isn’t your thing. It’s a very sedentary piece with a lot to say if you listen well.
See it if You want to see 3 terrific actors and an admirable doppelgänger 4th, having a ball onstage together! The writing is so, so good! GO SEE THIS
Don't see it if You’re still smarting from Hillary’s defeat or if you believe the Clintons sanctified rather than sanctimonious.
See it if You like slasher pics, a lot of adolescent humor, a terrific score sung by great voices and one of the best sets I’ve ever seen!
Don't see it if Tenn angst and silliness is not your idea of relevant theatre.
See it if You like two-handers full of great writing, resonant characters, and if you believe that love really can conquer all.
Don't see it if Prolonged exposition of sexual abuse is upsetting