See it if you like boundary pushing theatre that makes you feel uncomfortable, but sparks a discussion.
Don't see it if you don't want to experience the greatness of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
See it if you want a less intense Children of Men.
Don't see it if I don't know, it's hard to tell because it was only the second preview but there's some strange dramaturgical stuff I wasn't into.
See it if you like fourth wall-obliterating immersive theatre that plays with plot camp beautifully.
Don't see it if experimental musical theatre isn't your thing. Or if you hated the structure of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
See it if you like Wayne Brady (he's great here) and are satisfied with just a few great songs in a wasteland of mediocre songs.
Don't see it if you value storytelling
See it if you enjoy plays of any kind. It's imperfect and quite predictable, but joyously fun to watch.
Don't see it if you don't want to? I don't know, there's really no reason not to see this show.
See it if you're with your sexually confused teenage child.
Don't see it if that sexually confused teenage child doesn't want to talk about sex with their parents.
See it if you're willing to open your mind and have it totally screwed with. This is a free form show that creates its own world and set of rules.
Don't see it if you've never enjoyed a David Lynch film.
See it if you'd like a quiet, surreal, gorgeous, and deeply haunting meditation on friendship and death. This play will forever stick with me.
Don't see it if you're not interested in something sprawling, meandering, and nearly structureless. This isn't for the masses.
See it if you like adventurous theatre that transcends the concept of a musical. The Starr continues to amaze me but it's not for everyone.
Don't see it if you're with a small child. Actually, do take them, as the sex scene in this show is one of the best and most real I've ever seen.
See it if you enjoy sharp writing and morally fucked characters. It's extremely engaging and the drama is fantastic.
Don't see it if you don't like business-related dialogue
See it if you're okay with a piece of theatre not necessarily being what is usually thought of as a "play."
Don't see it if you want something with traditional dialogue and drama.
See it if you have an open mind towards experimental types of musical theatre with plots that require a lot of thought.
Don't see it if you were hoping to see something like Wicked. Soho Rep/Ars Nova is far, far from Kansas.