See it if you like new musicals. I was surprised how moving it was. As intended, it helped me identify with the anger felt by oppressed people.
Don't see it if you expect your musicals to be all honey sweet.
See it if you love great theater! I was surprised how interesting they made this story. The first act is really fun. The second act is so relevant.
Don't see it if you despise Rupert Murdoch. He's surprisingly less sinister than I expected; almost not bad.
See it if you have an interest in British culture. The play is zany and silly. The cast is charming and the lead does a fabulous American accent.
Don't see it if you have no interest in zany and silly plays..
See it if you're up for a tightly written script, great performances (Jay Patterson is stunning), and satisfying family drama.
Don't see it if hospital rooms or medical dramas make you ill.
See it if you like wonderful music and interesting stories. The actors are all enchanting.
Don't see it if you only like musicals or aren't interested in youth. This is a play with music, I wouldn't call it a musical.
See it if you like great acting and an intelligent story about recovery; if you like drama with some comedic moments.
Don't see it if you don't like thinking about what you just saw.
See it if you are a fan of Neil LaBute or like to support independent theater. You do get 3 plays for the price.
Don't see it if you want an exciting or meaningful experience. All three shows were banal and dragged on.
See it if you love classic musicals and because the music is great! The costumes are fabulous too!
Don't see it if your favorite scene includes the "Take Me to the Church On Time" number. It's usually my favorite, but their staging of it was out of place.
See it if you need more time thinking about the possibility of President Hillary Clinton or like plays about marital relationships of ambitious people
Don't see it if you can't think about the Clintons anymore. I found the play profoundly sad! I don't think that was the intention.
Also Any time you have the opportunity to see Laurie Metcalf, take it!
See it if you are a big fan of the playwright, Borges and Nantucket. John Larroquette and supporting cast do a great job with the material.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy a bit of confusion. To really appreciate the play, I think you need the context of what is true and what is artistic license
See it if you love Stoppard, superior performances, and game theory.
Don't see it if you dislike pseudo-scientific discussions or philosophical questions.
See it if you want to see talented performers. Their voices sounded great.
Don't see it if you want to have fun. There's no humor. The staging is unappealing. The music is a weird mash-up that doesn't fit the script.