See it if you're in the mood for a jolt of energy and attitude, six terrific performers raising the roof with beautifully catchy songs and great humor
Don't see it if you're expecting a traditional musical... this is definitely more of girl-band concert/revue that's delightful but don't expect sets etc.
See it if you're curios to see one of our greatest living authors put a large razor-sharp mirror in front of all of us. It ain't pretty & must be seen
Don't see it if you're looking for a perfect play. Many of the characters are underdeveloped, and too many times text is read out loud, halting the play.
See it if you enjoy intelligent, well-thought out stagings of classic plays, with a great ensemble the makes Shakespeare's words shine with clarity.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy modern staging touches, expect more of a statement from current readings of Richard III, or prefer shorter plays.
See it if you will go see anything by Tony Kushner, interested in yet another play depicting artists in pre-WWII Europe, don't mind being lectured to.
Don't see it if you dislike long, wordy, unfocused, ambitious early plays that's don't deliver, re-tinkered by their author in a way that doesn't improve.
See it if you enjoy fresh new theater voices, that use unusual theatrical setups and inventive direction to be simultaneously smart and moving.
Don't see it if you're looking for a play that's saying something new, or is clear about its call for action ("do something!" - but what exactly?)
See it if you like long intellectually-stimulating conversations, refreshing in the sense it dissects the voices of the conservative-religious right.
Don't see it if sitting through 2 hours of listening to pretty horrible people clash on personal but mostly deep ideological ground is not your idea of fun
See it if you enjoy learning about this unlikely American sports hero, like quirky characters & plays that bring to life a specific time in US history
Don't see it if you get confused with out-of-sequence scenes, expect a large production or don't care for historical plays about little-known sports legends
See it if you like seeing smart plays that grab your interest & don't exactly go where you expect them to, interesting characters & good ensemble cast
Don't see it if you're not into family dramas. There is a feeling that the play is incomplete, and that some of the characters could use some fleshing out.
See it if you're into unusual theatrical structures, funny anachronistic scenes & ultimately, a young writer's journey to find a new female narrative.
Don't see it if your bullshit-o-meter is very sensitive - that last scene is one of the more ridiculous, pretentious and laughable things I've seen on stage
See it if you enjoy watching how the political 'sausage' is being made, revisiting some exciting and devastating years in US history and a large cast.
Don't see it if you're expecting the same focus, energy & wit of All The Way. Cox is fine, but Cranston was a far better LBJ. Second act lags & loses steam.
See it if you enjoy political theater that's direct but subtle, for the rare opportunity of discovering some influential 20th century theater works.
Don't see it if you prefer more conventional evenings of theater. Opening & closing one-acts are a little abstract, but fit neatly with the 3 Havel shorts.
See it if you like small one-man shows (with songs), that tell a very personal story with great talent and poetry, and can be very touching at times.
Don't see it if you don't like any of the above, or listening for 85 minutes to one person talking is not your idea of fun. Also, the singing is not great.
See it if you like your Arthur Miller masterpieces stripped of artifice, played straight to today's audiences with outstanding leads Bening & Letts.
Don't see it if you can't see the relevance in Miller's 1940s(!) play. Also, not all actors are in the same league of the 2 leads (Walker is miscast as son)
See it if you like one-woman shows that are smart, precise and engaging, and that deal with relevant issues of race, identity, love, loyalty & family.
Don't see it if you expect a very complex play. This is a small story that's beautifully performed, but ultimately wears thin and gets repetitive as it goes
See it if you like young high-school themed musicals. At first it feels very cliched, but by the second act these characters seem to grow on you...
Don't see it if you dislike loud, self-absorbed, teens-obsessed, shallow musicals with a ridiculous story line, or don't get the appeal of millennial angst.
See it if you can't miss one of world's greatest actors, Glenda Jackson, taking on this meaty role, with Philip Glass' mesmerizing on-stage live music
Don't see it if you expect a coherent production. Many of director's Gold's touches are distracting and create confusion,also some actors mumble their lines
See it if you like to hear fresh new theater voices tell their story in an intimate and brave way, enjoy extreme characters and awkward situations
Don't see it if you are easily offended by onstage intimacy, expect coherent characters whose motivation is always clear, or hate unnecessary happy endings
See it if you will absolutely go to every green-cause related theater event, in the mood for a light, entertaining evening of a familiar story line.
Don't see it if you'd rather avoid artificial setups, "message" plays, cardboard characters and so-so acting, this play is predictable in the worst way.
See it if for Adam Driver's explosive performance, if you like to see a character-driven play about an unusual romance, & funny supporting characters.
Don't see it if uneven & muddled plays aren't your thing, the main characters are definitely complex but the rest are pure stereotypical cliches, not a must
See it if you like minimal theater that generates places, times, characters and situations seemingly out of nothing, creating a tapestry of our world.
Don't see it if you don't like episodic theater, one-man shows, minimal stagings, get bored easily with story after story of different border crossings...
See it if you like flow-of-consciousness plays, enjoy surreal scenes and characters, smart literary and theater references, and a wacky story line.
Don't see it if you're looking for engaging characters you want to care about or see more of, you're easily confused or hate pointless intellectual exercise
See it if You’re looking for theater that is both epic and intimate,chronicle of real events and a parable,3 outstanding actors deliver great writing.
Don't see it if You dislike wordy plays, hate it when actors play multiple roles, stepping in and out of character, don’t like narration or right directing.
See it if you like smart, engaging, plays that use fresh contemporary context to discuss universal themes, the sublime Laurie Metcalf & John Lithgow.
Don't see it if you're looking for more a play and less a polemic with some very wordy back and forth, dislike politics, or if you enjoy big productions.
See it if You enjoy seeing fresh theater voices go to town on big issues, and even if result is sort of failure - gotta love the ambition and energy.
Don't see it if You’d rather avoid immature works, over-stuffed with ideas but don’t know what to do with them, self-indulgent characters and over acted.
See it if you're into weird, quirky, fringe plays that make it to Broadway. The leads are all excellent and over the top, the text makes no sense,fun!
Don't see it if you expect a well-written play with a clear purpose, rather than an extended 10 minutes sketch that shifts from very low humor to high verse
See it if you must see everything that has Diana's name on it, even if it's broad, bland kitch, rehashing a well-known story with no new insights.
Don't see it if you're tired of generic middle-of-the-road rock ballad score, inane lyrics and lazy choreography, turning a celebrity's life into telenovela
See it if you're willing to immerse yourself in a rich, witty and verbose set of characters that seem unlikable but have things to say that resonate.
Don't see it if 2.5+ hours of bickering, clever, talky people is too much for your patience, if you dislike plays featuring a close self-indulgent group.
See it if you like short, small, understated plays that grab you and go deep, touching on power of art & life's disillusionment, complex but beautiful
Don't see it if you prefer a large production,don't get plays that just skim the surface of things and let the audience fill in many of the missing pieces.
See it if you like updated interpretations of classic shows, that take a different approach, bring interesting staging ideas,and if you love the music
Don't see it if you are looking for a deep re-invention of the base materials, not a fan of Lloyd-Weber musicals, or have a problem with the subject matter.
See it if you like to see well-written, well acted, expertly directed (and lit) hard-hitting but ultimately tender works, that reward your patience.
Don't see it if you're looking for a fast-paced, easy piece of theater. At 90 minutes each, it's not for everyone - but what a great theatrical experience.
See it if you like clever, beautifully-written new plays. Letts has an amazing ear for dialog as he leads his character on a witty and painful journey
Don't see it if you can't handle intimate situations on stage, or wish some of the ways in which the main character evolves would be a little less obvious..
See it if you like musicals based on music legends,that play through all their favorite songs,wrapped around a thin worn-out story to hold it together
Don't see it if if you can't take another predictable by-the-numbers rise-and-fall of music group jukebox musical that is just going through the motions.
See it if you're a fan of the movie, if you like the smart melange of pop/rock songs from several decades and the most amazing spectacle on Broadway!
Don't see it if you're averse to non-stop kitch, prefer original music, looking for a plausible story, deep characters or great chemistry between the lead.
See it if you like seeing shows with a different point of view, tackling big themes of faith, truth, family and trust,original beautiful music & songs
Don't see it if you're looking for a polished production.There's an amateur feel to the whole thing.It does hold your interest at first but then drags on.
See it if you like plays revolving around confused, self-absorbed and annoying verbose millennials, sitting around trying to figure themselves out.
Don't see it if you dislike plays that change tone frequently, weird & unnecessary directorial touches (like having the cast burst into dance inexplicably).
See it if you're into Stoppard's smart,funny,wordy & intellectual obsession with language, politics & Shakespeare, performed by a young & eager cast.
Don't see it if you want a light evening of theater. This superb set of 2 interwoven one-acts requires constant attention & familiarity with Hamlet/Macbeth.
See it if you like to witness unique, fresh, new theatrical voices. This is a joy from start to finish, despite some uneven moments.Complex & relevant
Don't see it if you don't find the topics of being gay, black, fat, male in today's America relevant or interesting. The show can get tedious & repetitive.
See it if you like quirky theater that defies expectations. Many strange moments: modernized "Vanya" with breaking of 4th wall, audience participation
Don't see it if you dislike shows that are far less clever than they think they are. The sum here is NOT larger than the whole, but some small great moments
See it if your heart goes out to young people in need to a degree you're willing to sit through 2 hours of agonizingly bad dialogue & mediocre acting.
Don't see it if you expect a mature, rich, play with complex characters. Many scenes are laughable, including father-son martial arts battle & finale 'run'
See it if you love the Mint and exploring old Irish plays that time has (rightfully) forgotten, reflecting the sensibilities of early 20th century.
Don't see it if you expect good acting (two of the main male characters are terribly miscast) or a play that has remained relevant to today's audiences.
See it if you enjoy Eisenberg's way of depicting horribly self-absorbed and selfish protagonists, get the dialog and witty references to South Pacific
Don't see it if you've seen enough pretentious plays that have a narcissist central character, hate it when you can see key plot twists coming miles away...
See it if for the top-notch acting, intelligent and funny play about rise of tabloid journalism and for a production that constantly feels inventive.
Don't see it if you find it hard to follow quick story line, the subject matter is not appealing to you, dislike acting that is a little over the top.
See it if you enjoy plays that deal with war, loss, love and family, that take themselves very seriously but feel labored and offer no new insights.
Don't see it if you expect the whole of the play to be larger than is parts. In this case there's a feeling of something underdeveloped and incomplete.
See it if you want to treat yourself to classic American musical theater, the ridiculously amazing operatic voice of Kelly O'Hara and great production
Don't see it if you expect all singing parts to be as good as Ms. O'Hara, dislike bad diction and characters mumbling their words, or the kitschy plot line.
See it if you liked the original cult movie,enjoy childish humor and over the top performances,and for the outstanding Alex Brightman & Leslie Kritzer
Don't see it if you're looking for something more than corny jokes, scenery-eating cartoon characters and forgettable music.It's a fun show, nothing beyond.
See it if you want to see an intelligent, well-acted, relevant work from one of our greatest living playwrights, that pushes all the right buttons.
Don't see it if convoluted and artificial conceits aren't your cup of tea, you expect a consistent and clearly logical plot line, given these characters.
See it if you want to be moved by a small, well-meaning and beautifully-done musical that grabs you from the first minute and stays with you for days.
Don't see it if you prefer less simplistic storytelling & music, more complex characters, a large production, or can't be bothered with true 'people' story.
See it if you're looking for a fun musical, that treads on familiar territory & premise, but does it with lots of energy, great sitcom acting & laughs
Don't see it if you can't treat a show separately from its source material. Yes, the film is far superior & deeper. But it makes for delicious Broadway fare
See it if you like Bradshaw's work, his ability to make an audience uncomfortable by creating awkward scenes, and deadpan 'flat' melodramatic dialog.
Don't see it if violence, sex & nudity on stage offends you (sometimes art is all about getting offended, go with the experience!), or expect deeper dialog
See it if you like plays that expertly weave thematic elements, that emerge and repeat with variation, plus a tour-de-force performance from Huppert!
Don't see it if you like your plays delivered a little more straight up, get confused easily, prefer a large production, have problem with French accent...