See it if you are primed for a visceral and not always subtle dissection of South Africa's brutal apartheid regime.
Don't see it if you cannot sit for two hours without a break. Is this too much to ask of our bladders?
See it if you are an uber Great Gatsby fan and long to hear the text spoken.
Don't see it if you would be majorly bored by hearing Gatsby as a book on tape during an eight hour road trip.
See it if you want to see three stellar actors enliven a good script based on a true story.
Don't see it if you have no patience for variations on a theme. Even at 1h40" there is repetition.
See it if You're in the mood for a sprawling, rapacious takedown of American corporate malfeasance.
Don't see it if You are not in the mood for a 40+ year-old satire that is still (very sadly) relevant today.
See it if You want to see an original musical comedy that tugs at the heartsrings and makes you forget our fractious times for an hour and a half.
Don't see it if You can't empathize with a young man who is lonely and is searching for human connection.
Also What a winning cast! This show will put a smile on your face.
See it if you believe theatre can illuminate and make comprehensible the most intractable conflicts in history.
Don't see it if multi-character and multi-layered dramas are not to your liking. Attention must be paid; otherwise you'll be lost in this whirlwind play.
See it if You want to experience this masterwork in the most intimate surroundings imaginable.
Don't see it if You cannot LISTEN or have little patience for exploration of the monumental trivialities of daily life.
See it if Snooker is your bag. It certainly ain't mine. This is not a sports-centric entertainment that transcends its milieu to speak higher truths.
Don't see it if Snooker is not your bag. The irony is: the televised snooker match in Act 2 is the highlight of the play and well done!
See it if You can never get enough of Sondheim’s masterpiece. A miraculous production- beautifully cast and staged.
Don't see it if You prefer frivolous light-hearted musical theatre. Plenty of Spongebob and Buffet around in that case.
See it if You want to immerse yourself in the world of an autistic adult and those around her.
Don't see it if You find story telling less than riveting.
See it if You want to be entertained and challenged anew by a classic musical, albeit one with an amazing and still relevant source: GBS's Pygmalion.
Don't see it if You are impatient with steady and engrossing character development, or cannot sit and concentrate for 3+ hours.
See it if You want to see a well directed, well paced and acted production of a rarity… And pay homage to Mel Miller’s 100th and final production.
Don't see it if You have no stomach for hokum and shenanigans.
See it if You love Jule Styne’s oeuvre and musicals from Broadway’s golden era
Don't see it if You would be offended by a lighthearted look at a deadly serious subject: homelessness and joblessness
See it if You want to see a show that deserved a lot better from the critics. It’s just stuffed with showstoppers.
Don't see it if You have little interest in one of the titans of American musical theatre: Hal Prince.
See it if You are in the mood for athletic variations on A Clockwork Orange’s themes performed by a stunning all male cast.
Don't see it if Do you want a replication of the movie.
See it if You enjoy original musicals that deal with pertinent social issues in an innovative way.
Don't see it if Do you lack compassion and I are unable to forgive people make mistakes.
See it if you are a Lynn Nottage fan. I am. She's a wonderful writer with lots to say.
Don't see it if you are loathe to acknowledge the racism that has long plagued Hollywood casting and writing.
See it if you loved the film Moonlight. Here again the lives of African American men, both gay and straight, are examined with empathy and insight.
Don't see it if you feel like you've seen and heard the story before: harassment of gay males in a Christian private school. But you'd be wrong.....
See it if You need to laugh out loud and forget reality, while at the same time revel in this show's human message.
Don't see it if You have little enthusiasm for yet another LGBTQ story.
See it if You are in the mood, yet again, for a play with gay subject matter. This one tugs at the heartstrings.
Don't see it if You are not in the mood, yet again, for another play about gay life. Hang in there: it becomes much more than that.
See it if you're a Janet McTeer fan. She is fantastic. The entire cast is excellent, but she is the reason to see this play.
Don't see it if you have little interest in theatre history, specifically the challenges Sarah Bernhardt faced when playing Hamlet in Paris many moons ago.
See it if You can empathize and understand what is going through the mind of a preacher’s wife in the dangerous Jim Crow South.
Don't see it if You have little interest in this nation’s African American history.
See it if You like gigantic spectacles and don't care about much else.
Don't see it if You love gigantic spectacles but also want characters, humor and skilled music and lyrics. You will not find them here.
See it if You yearn for human and humane theatre that touches the heart and funny bone in equal heartbreaking measures.
Don't see it if You cannot empathize with a family struggling to deal with a loved one's slow descent into the fog of Alzheimer's.
See it if You want the antithesis of a Broadway razzmatazz musical, with strong characterization and tremendously effective atmosphere.
Don't see it if A gorgeously sung and acted human story doesn’t appeal to you.
See it if You do not tire of seeing Fiddler and want to experience a different take on this priceless musical.
Don't see it if I cannot think of any reasons NOT to see this, unless you hate classic musicals.
See it if You want to see a fascinating early Williams play featuring version 0.1 of Blanche and Maggie and.....
Don't see it if You want realistic and linear direction. This is definitely a strange staging.
See it if You want to see a new musical with a mostly accomplished score and really resonant performances.
Don't see it if You have a lack of patience for the tried and true dynamics of a dysfunctional family. The story gets a bit bogged down in its latter half.
See it if You want to laugh and cry and cringe and enjoy a fantastic cast enact what could be a stand-in for our current state of the union.
Don't see it if You have a low tolerance for profanity or mocking of religious institutions.
See it if You care about reacquainting yourself with one of the most profound plays of the late 20th Century, brilliantly realized.
Don't see it if You can’t sit spellbound for two four hour stretches, even though the time flies by....
See it if You long for the sort of well-made entertainment that hardly flourishes on Broadway these days. This show has gotten a bum rap.
Don't see it if You don’t like spending an evening with unlikable people. It’s like a good tight episode of House of Cards.
See it if You love adventurous theatre and are willing to hang in for the long haul. The ending is gobsmacking. If you loved Curious Incident--go!
Don't see it if You are automatically turned off by twelve step stories of addiction and recidivism.
See it if You can’t get tickets to Hamilton or can’t afford tickets to Hamilton, but want a spot-on parody I will give you a good idea of the show.
Don't see it if You haven’t seen a lot of Broadway musicals, hence might not appreciate how brilliant Gerard Alessandrini’s parodies are.
See it if You love musicals from Broadway’s golden era and original ones to boot. Musicals Tonight has never been better.
Don't see it if You are looking for a huge glitzy extravaganza. They achieve miracles in a vest pocket theatre.
See it if You are keen to see an example of one of the great Broadway musicals from the golden age done to perfection. And Bette Midler is sublime.
Don't see it if You don’t like traditional musical comedies.
See it if You love well crafted and clever musicals that honor the form’s conventions big time.
Don't see it if You lack a funny bone.