See it if You have an affinity for LBJ and like plays that are a slice of history
Don't see it if You are looking for the same electric chemistry that “All the Way” provided. The script for this piece can’t hold a candle to the other.
See it if You can get lucky enough to snag a ticket! And, also, if you love the movie and the community. It’s an NYC staple. So. Much. Fun.
Don't see it if ... you can’t? I mean, if you can you DEFINITELY should! Take the kids. Take snacks! Have a great night!
See it if You want a fun night out and want to see new theater. Fun throwback to the 70’s
Don't see it if You’re wanting something revelatory or artistically moving. Not that kind of show
See it if you want to experience and support new musical theatre. It is a fascinating insight to a world many of us know nothing about
Don't see it if you are easily offended or if you are looking for a perfectly polished product. most of the second half of the show seemed to lose the point
See it if You are wanting a night of excellence. Top tier performances from top tier performers. See it!
Don't see it if You want to take your children to a show. Lots of nudity, sexual content, language and other things kids won’t understand.
See it if You want a fun & fluffy evening of dark humor and “eye-candy” design elements!
Don't see it if Dirty humor isn’t your thing. Also, the show is fun but not perfect. Act 2 kind of trails off on its way to hell
See it if you want to check out what is BOUND to be a musical sensation. The best new musical of the season!
Don't see it if You don't like unconventional theater or musicals...or mythology
See it if You want to see Adam Driver at his best. He brings so much energy it almost sets the theatre on fire.
Don't see it if You want a musical, a show for the kids, or light theater. Funny, yes, but also heavy themes and strong language.
See it if You want to see a master of comedy, Mr, Lane, own the stage for 90 minutes
Don't see it if You are easily offended or you are looking for anything deep. The show rests in low humor (fart and penis jokes) and there is no real point.
See it if You want a new show with a talented young fresh cast. Quirky and fun!
Don't see it if You want to be moved or are looking for a serious outing. This is NOT that kind of show.
See it if You want to see a classic musical re-staged with high class talent. The singing and dancing is top notch
Don't see it if You are looking for a brief evening of theatre.
See it if You want to experience everything Sondheim on a NYC stage. They have present a solid/new take on an ultimately flawed show.
Don't see it if Musicals annoying you or you need a hummable melody ;)
See it if You are looking for a fun evening of theatre with a great message. Brooks Ashmanskas is gold!
Don't see it if You are looking for something deep and moving. Very mucha fluff piece.
See it if Supporting new theater is your thing. Extremely well acted and a beautiful design. Slow at moments but the acting elevates through.
Don't see it if Dramas or plays aren’t your thing. It’s only 90 mins but still felt long at spots.
See it if Realistic dramas are your thing. Tragically beautiful and well acted. Elaine May and Lucas Hedges are fabulous.
Don't see it if Heavy dramas aren’t your thing. The topic is bleak but relatable. Definitely not for those seeking “light” entertainment.
See it if You want to watch Mr. Cranston at his best! Any chance to see him live is a reason to show up.
Don't see it if You expect to be really interested in this thinly adapted story. Also, the rest of the acting seems like amateur-your compared to Cranston.
See it if You want to see a star-studded cast in a new, very smart and fresh, piece.
Don't see it if Plays bother you, but at 85-minutes as the runtime you might as well go
See it if You want to see stage-great Janet McTeer chew every word and spit them back out with the most thorough analysis possible. She’s a genius.
Don't see it if You are wanting to see a musical.
See it if you love the show and want to see a new take on a beautiful classic. Mr. Burstein gives us a BRILLIANT Tevye for a new generation!
Don't see it if classics aren't your thing or you don't pick up on metaphors well. Director Sher has packed it full.
See it if You want to see the new shows coming out and support a little original show.
Don't see it if You are expecting anything other than cheap laughs and flashy lights. The pieces are there for something special but it never comes together
See it if You love the movie or if looking for a light evening of Theatre with some sensational singing! Very fun!
Don't see it if You don’t like the movie, screen-to-stage adaptations, fluff, or (most importantly) PINK!
See it if You want to support new theater or you want to catch Jesse Tyler Ferguson live. The show is very well acted.
Don't see it if You are looking for a riveting new work. The play touches on hot-button issues but never really goes deep enough for us to totally hooked.
See it if you want to catch a legend working magic every night. Bernadette Peters is a goddess in the role of Dolly Levi!
Don't see it if you don't like musical comedy. this is musical comedy perfection, so if you don't like the genre already...you should probably skip this one
See it if You’re a Shakespeare fan and looking for a great new take with a great experience.
Don't see it if ...um... maybe just go see it
See it if You want to see two new age masters work in the respective wheelhouses. Both provide powerful and dominant performances. WOW.
Don't see it if small plays aren't your thing or if you are looking to take the kids to a "fun" night out.
See it if You want a fun evening of spectacular spectacle! Great vocal performances from Tveit, Olivo, and the ever entertaining Danny Burstein.
Don't see it if You want a moving experience or anything subtle. This show is loud and brash and is here to be a party.
See it if You want a fast-paced drama that isn’t afraid of comedy or creative story-telling. Great acting all around!!
Don't see it if You want to take your kids to the theatre. They might get bored
See it if you want to see an new, fully exposed, version of a show YOU THINK you know
Don't see it if experimental theatre scares you. It is VERY MUCH it's own thing
See it if You want to see a great Arthur Miller play performed at the highest caliber. Banning, Letts, and Walker are truly amazing!
Don't see it if You don’t like classics, dramas, or foliage... so much foliage
See it if You want to experience a moving and important piece of extremely personal theater.
Don't see it if you can't deal with the truth of our current situation...
See it if You want to spend a dreadfully uninspired evening of “seen it all before” theater. The performers are great but they can’t save this mess...
Don't see it if You have something else you want to see... maybe even skip it if you DON’T have anything else to see
See it if You are a fan of Hnath and his work and style. Ms. Metcalf gives yet another praiseworthy, earth-shaking performance. See it for her.
Don't see it if You are wanting a perfect piece of theatre. It’s entertaining, yes, but the show is missing that little something. See it for the actors
See it if You want a fun and flashy night of good theatre! The cast is absolutely remarkable and the songs are legendary.
Don't see it if You are wanting anything truly new. It’s very formulaic like “Jersey Boys” but, hey, it still works. Check it out!
See it if You want to support new theatre and fresh talent. The cast is very talented.
Don't see it if You want to feel anything from your experience. It was mostly style over substance, sadly. The ending 10 minutes are the REAL play...
See it if You want a fresh new show acted by wonderful, young, fresh actors. Beautiful story and storytelling.
Don't see it if You don’t like new plays or trying anything new at all. It’s a wonderful show.
See it if you want a well acted modern classic performed extremely well. Ethan Hawke gives a masterclass performance!
Don't see it if straight plays aren't your thing.
See it if you want a unique theatrical experience that is chocked full of relevance. Wonderful acting and creative staging
Don't see it if you don't like "in-your-face" theatre. it's very intimate and intense.
See it if You want to see a brilliant adaptation of this much beloved work. Wonderful acting, staging, set, and direction.
Don't see it if You are in the mood for a musical. But when you do feel like seeing a play go ahead and see this.
See it if you only care about spectacle. The show has some entertaining moments but they are surrounded by missed opportunities
Don't see it if you are wanting to see the next hit or wanting to be moved by anything. There's really no gain or loss to seeing the show.
See it if You want a night full of laughs and heart. A perfect show!
Don't see it if You hate laughing...
See it if You want to support new playwrights or enjoy seeing shows in very early stages
Don't see it if you want mediocre acting for an extremely long 90 minutes. I was annoyed by 3 of the 4 characters. oy
See it if You want to experience the newest piece of sweeping theater. A brisk 3 1/4 hrs of the finest acting and writing. A true pleasure.
Don't see it if Long plays discourage you. But I still recommend checking it out
See it if You want to see a new play that takes a whack at a new style of performance and integration. Craig Lucas and the performances truly standout
Don't see it if heavy drama isn’t your thing. Also, the show has good pieces but the direction takes away from both casts abilities making it an eye-sore.
See it if you want to see the movie on stage performed admirably by Broadway royalty Andy Karl and London fave Samantha Barks.
Don't see it if you are looking for any real spark of creativity. The cast, while extremely talented, is under-directed and over-choreographed.
See it if You love the Go-Go’s and are looking for the fluffiest night of musical theatre since Mamma Mia. Great choreography by Spencer Liff
Don't see it if You are looking for substance. The show is so fluffy it almost hurts. All the pieces are there for it to be great but it never gets there
See it if You love Jason Robert Brown and you want to hear the songs that put him on the map. Mr.Kilgore, Ms.Bean, the dancers, & the band are awesome
Don't see it if You are looking for a full-fledged book musical. This, at its best, is just a concert of JRB’s music.
See it if You want a masterclass in acting from Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf. Glenda is exceptional and electric. Words are her best friends.
Don't see it if You don’t like other Albee works or you don’t like straight plays. This is NOT my favorite Albee work by any means but the cast is superb.
See it if you want to see an empowering new work that reminds us what it was like to be a kid and compete in...well...anything. hormones raging, too
Don't see it if you don't like plays or the female body makes you uncomfortable. there is language, nudity, and some uncomfortable moments. be prepared!