See it if you enjoy edgy, self-reflective theater that interrogates what theater itself is all about.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy high octane feminism and profanity!
See it if you have an interest in Mexican culture, identity and class. There's Spanish interspersed throughout, but not necessary to be fluent.
Don't see it if you're sensitive about identity politics and political correctness. On second thought, you should expand your horizons and see this!
See it if you have a millenial's sense of humor
Don't see it if you're easily offended or squeamish about sex!
See it if you like pure spectacle.
Don't see it if you don't want to crane your head straight up for 2 hours straight and/or care about plot. The stunts are interesting for about 30 seconds.
See it if You're a fan of good old fashioned musical theater. This is a wonderful revival! Ruthie Ann Miles is extraordinary.
Don't see it if Kelli O'Hara is out for the evening, like I did.
See it if you're a fan of Naomi Wallace (first revival in 20 years of this play), inventive staging and great acting.
Don't see it if you don't like intimate theater spaces and are squeamish about bodily functions!
See it if you love movies and/or theater. This will restore your sense of what theater can offer that movies often don't!
Don't see it if you can't sit still for 3 hours. Annie Baker's plays are famously long, with lots of pauses.
See it if You want to laugh and/or are under the age of 30 (in life or at heart). Great for a date! Steven Boyer is in.cred.ible.
Don't see it if you're offended by cursing and puppet sex!
See it if You want to hear beautiful music and maybe cry a little bit.
Don't see it if You're with your in-laws! Also, the staging at the Public was better. This makes no sense in the round, for me.