See it if you enjoy finding humor in heart-breaking situations or complex characters who are often both right and wrong.
Don't see it if you're offended by (near) nudity or frank discussions of sex.
See it if you want to see a solid, traditional performance of this Shakespearian classic.
Don't see it if you are very sensitive to violence--or you know that you don't like Shakespeare.
See it if You are interested in how revivals remain relevant. This is also a high-interest show for anyone with knowledge of ASL and/or deaf culture.
Don't see it if you want something light and purely entertaining, or are bothered by not catching every reference.
See it if you are interesting in the connections we make across generations and how people learn about themselves.
Don't see it if there's not a lot of reasons NOT to see this show--I'm going to assume that even homophobic people will know who Harvey Milk was.
See it if you like modern takes on classic plays. On the surface it is cheesy and light-hearted, and then it really makes you feel!
Don't see it if you like your classic plays in their original formats. This production is small, and delightful, but admittedly hard to hear at times.
See it if you want to see a short, delightful play that will leave you laughing. It's self-aware: full of silly puns and deliberate misunderstandings.
Don't see it if you are looking for a staging of a classic play. If you have NO knowledge of Shakespeare you'll be missing a lot of jokes, though!
See it if you are interested in examining non-traditional relationships.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with nudity or are specifically looking for something uplifting.
See it if you don't expect every play to cater to your dialect an culture. This play addresses some real issues around entitlement and consent.
Don't see it if you can't get over a different accent and slang, or you prefer elaborate sets and costumes.
See it if you have an interest in financial matters/inside trading, or stories about double-crossing investigations.
Don't see it if you don't want a couple of intense hours with a lot of power plays.
See it if you're a fan of witty dialogue and really incredible acting. While some of it is predictable, it is very well done.
Don't see it if you're looking for something really deep. It's entertaining and clever, but not life-altering.
See it if you like shows from up-and-coming writers, or plots that give time to developing female characters.
Don't see it if you're looking for something really polished, or get annoyed at non-linear narratives.
See it if you like exploring issues of mental health and dystopian futures.
Don't see it if you prefer large shows with elaborate sets.
Also This is an intimate show that was surprisingly extremely moving.
See it if you like the 1920s, party scenes, all things "taboo", queer-inclusive stories, or even just some great songs.
Don't see it if you're offended by promiscuity or dislike interactive theatre. If you struggle to hear shows well plan ahead and ask staff about options.
See it if you like Shakespeare, or wonder why so many other people do. This is a great production that uses the beautiful Delacorte effectively.
Don't see it if you've seen too many productions are just aren't up for one more.
See it if you want a fully immersive experience that is, frankly, rather scary at times. (Also gross!)
Don't see it if you don't like to be scared, want to sit and watch a show, or have never done an escape room.
See it if you're with a few friends and want to enjoy and extremely self-indulgent show (with an entire song about umami) while you have 3 drinks.
Don't see it if you want substance, or would have to pay full price.
See it if you have a particular interest in the show, the actors, or in how families handle grief and loss of health.
Don't see it if you're looking for anything uplifting or wholly absorbing. It could have been about half an hour shorter.
See it if you are interested in the very slow advancement of women's rights to be operate as full individuals and/or like A Doll's House!
Don't see it if you're looking for a grand, flashy production of something. Or if you don't at least read the summary of A Doll's House.
See it if you enjoy physical humor or are looking for something funny and light-hearted.
Don't see it if you want a profound plot.
See it if you love Harry Potter, underdogs, or any story retold from another point of view!
Don't see it if you don't at least know who Harry Potter is.
See it if you want to learn more about queer history while enjoying a sweet little love story.
Don't see it if you want a big extravaganza, or an escape from some of the trials of queer existence.
See it if you have seen English productions, have an interest in translations, or just want to experience the show.
Don't see it if reading from a screen will be a problem for you or you are concerned with not understanding the language.
See it if like small, intimate shows that do more than just entertain and have an interest in the realities of being out in the workplace.
Don't see it if you don't like queer narratives or realistic looks at life.
See it if you like timely and realistic shows that look at the world around us and hard decisions that people make.
Don't see it if you want something that serves as an escape from the current political climate.
See it if you have any interest in mythology or fully immersive shows where you get to really interact with characters in significant ways.
Don't see it if you prefer WATCHING a play to participating in one. Use cation if you have mobility issues.
See it if you like seeing shows that are starting out, and may end up becoming something fantastic.
Don't see it if you want a tight production of a show that has been thoroughly workshopped.
See it if you like shows that delve deeply into a character and tell about their life.
Don't see it if you're looking for epic songs or a large show. I also would not recommend this production for anyone with any hearing difficulties.
See it if you have a special affinity for John Lithgow, or really enjoy seeing someone portray multiple characters in one show.
Don't see it if you are looking for nuanced story-telling, or a compelling tale.
See it if you like shows that challenge you to see all sides of humanity, or enjoy being really drawn into a world.
Don't see it if you are looking for light entertainment, or don't like long, serious shows.
See it if you love playing with time. There is power in seeing the beginning, the end, and then going back to how they GOT to that end.
Don't see it if if you don't like watching a story slowly unspool. It takes a while to get going.
See it if you want to see some great young actors really dedicating themselves to a show.
Don't see it if you want the musical to stay faithful to the book. The last third of the show introduces an original character who severely alters the end.
See it if you like art that examines what happens when one's raised on a dream that doesn't come true, have a love of historical dramas, or Sondheim!
Don't see it if you do not like historical/political drama, are looking for a family-friendly show, or are very scared of gunshots.
See it if you've read War and Peace, like quirky shows, or get a good deal on tickets.
Don't see it if you want something high-energy all the way through. The opening number is exquisite and interactive, but it drags toward the middle.
See it if you know you're not going to get around to reading the book 1984.
Don't see it if you are easily unsettled. Honestly, it's not an easy book to adapt to stage and they tried, but it is not nearly as absorbing.
See it if you love all things Disney, are taking children to see theatre, or just have been waiting for "Proud of You Boy" to be put back in.
Don't see it if you love Abu (he's not in it) or get annoyed by songs being reprised more than once.
See it if you love the fashion of the 1940s and want something that is generally light-hearted. The 11 0'clock number is great!
Don't see it if you're looking for something original or surprising.