See it if A beautifully conceived and performed theater piece, moving, poetic, feels classic yet original. Gorgeous arrangements of Dylan's music
Don't see it if You are put off by plays that are set in 1930s Mid-America, are not strictly realistic drama or musical theater,or that echo Wilder, Saroyan
See it if you're interested in the work of contemporary writers, appreciate good acting, are drawn to characters searching for meaning in their lives
Don't see it if you are put off by predictability, stereotypical situations and characters
See it if you are looking for a competent,accessible version of Shaw's drama. Strong cast. Offers a clear rendering of the play's ideas and arguments.
Don't see it if you want to find anything new or unexpected in this work.Its straight-forward,enjoyable at times,but the direction can be static and clunky.
See it if If you love O'Neill, it's a worthy effort;if you've never seen the play take the opportunity.Has weaknesses but Manville &Irons are great
Don't see it if You cant endure a 3 1/2 hr portrayal of a sad,dysfunctional family,their struggles and addictions;long monologues;odd Amer. accents by Brits
See it if you love language, classic comedy written entirely in verse.Well directed and designed, a talented cast who ensure every joke hits the mark
Don't see it if you do not incline toward a play that's written entirely in rhyme;if farcical style is not to your taste you'll find this show a total waste
See it if you enjoy clever topical humor and songs presented by a talented,energetic cast of actor/puppeteers. It's as relevant now as when it began.
Don't see it if you are disturbed by the notion of potty-mouthed puppets, don't enjoy parody or New York- themed shows
See it if you've seen this play before or not, this production is brilliant, timely, heartbreaking, funny, essential. Great cast, Garfield is stunning
Don't see it if You do not want a moving, provocative, challenging theater experience. It's not a perfect work but its a great work.
See it if For Mark Rylance's performance , for the gorgeous singing of Iestyn Davies, the inventive staging and beautiful production design
Don't see it if you don't like modern interpretations of historic figures and have no interest in classical music or dislike counter-tenor singing
See it if you want a light British comedy, you enjoy plays set in the world of sports or that have a plot built around a con
Don't see it if you are seeking well-developed characters or original story line. Some clever writing but performances were below par for the most part.
See it if Fantastic cast in an exciting, intimate production of a rarely performed Hammerstein gem. Anika Noni Rose is a gorgeous Carmen in every way.
Don't see it if In spite of the beautiful, familiar Bizet music, you don't enjoy opera and don't want to see anything that might change that opinion.
See it if It is a beautifully spare production,a subtle yet powerful portrayal of love, and grief in the aftermath of tragedy. Excellent design
Don't see it if you don't have patience for a slow-paced, dream-like play. If you don't enjoy abstract or minimalist theater.
See it if Nottage's play is engaging, wonderfully theatrical political theater;simply done yet conveys the horror and complexity of its subject
Don't see it if You prefer realistic to minimal, imaginative style, don't care to see small cast playing many roles or a thoughtful play on a serious topic
See it if Ridloff's performance is exceptional; ASL is an exciting theatrical language;presents issues/views of deaf culture that may be new to some
Don't see it if you are frustrated by dated, formulaic drama. Some excellent acting but cast is uneven. The production does not overcome play's weaknesses
See it if for the great cast, esp. Piper and Cowell, who offer brave powerful performances; if you are excited by bold theatrical concept and design
Don't see it if you prefer naturalism, believable characters; are sensitive to loud noise & overmicd voices; are frustrated by flawed revisions of classics
See it if you enjoy theater created by a talented ensemble of performers, and you like sentimental, feel-good storytelling
Don't see it if The true story the show is based on is genuinely heartwarming but the play is thin and the music unmemorable
See it if you'd like to see a serious family drama played out as a light weight situation comedy and for the excellent work of Jamie Brewer
Don't see it if you are expecting real insight into the issues the play presents. This is a talented cast but the script fell short.