See it if you enjoy the current "sleuthing" trend of solving mysteries. You enjoy fine acting by Asian-Americans and a tight ensemble cast.
Don't see it if You hate projections. You dislike family dramas or mysteries.
Also This is a refreshing show and very entertaining.
See it if you like family dramas about rural towns. You want so see some great acting.
Don't see it if you want a light, quick evening in the theater. This show is long and feels it.
See it if You love the movie/book and want to see an authentic version. The story is the star of this show and it is well done.
Don't see it if you can't wrap your head around adults playing the part of children.
See it if You are a constitution nerd, a feminist, and you like quirky, comedic shows. This show packs a punch.
Don't see it if The idea of a nearly one-person show talking about the constitution for 2 hours makes you squirm.
See it if You are interested in a gay romance set in 2010 Uganda.You enjoy intense family dramas and fine acting by an all black cast.
Don't see it if You have no stomach for intense religious homophobia. You don't enjoy families ripped apart.
See it if You love John Lithgow and Laurie Metcalf! They are wonderful in this imagining of the 2008 NH primary with Barack. Witty.
Don't see it if You hate politics and Democrats. This is not a belly laugh comedy, but it is funny.
See it if You are intrigued by Jamaican/British history and also want to explore modern Jamaican caretakers. You enjoy women's plays.
Don't see it if You want avoid all shows about race or shows that feature both strong and weak women. Also, violence in wars is front and center and loud.
See it if you want to see a fresh show relevant to our times. the music is great. Performances great.
Don't see it if Teen-age angst is not your thing. Technology makes you upset. You want a big, fluffy Broadway show.
See it if You love the music, you love Lachanze, you have low expectations about a script or a story, and you enjoy a feminist forward perspective..
Don't see it if You hate disco. You want new insight into the meaning of her work. You want a happy ending.
See it if You are transgender or lesbian and you empathize with this community. It goes deep into subjects other plays don't.
Don't see it if You are not fascinated by the angst and trials of young lovers trying to piece together their new relationship.
See it if you want to see a different "waiting for Godot" style take on racism in America.
Don't see it if You don't like strong language or searing satire.
See it if you want to hear a long discussion with immigrant women in Queens, NY.
Don't see it if you dislike accents, women yelling for long periods of time and the immigrant experience of the past 20 years is not your thing.
See it if You love Lea Salonga and and Norm Lewis! They and the whole cast sing their hearts out. This 90 minutes gem of a musical must be seen.
Don't see it if You want something traditional, or you hate sand and Caribbean music. If you are looking for Hello Dolly in a revival, this ain't it!
See it if you are a John Leguzamo fan and you are aware of the current political climate on immigration, Columbus and Native Americans.
Don't see it if you hate politics or you want a light, frothy evening.
See it if you love tense Wall Street dramas and great acting. Great writing and an ensemble cast.
Don't see it if How we got into this financial mess bores you and you don't like to talk about money.
See it if you like family dramas and intergenerational relationships. You can relate to dramas about taking care of loved ones.
Don't see it if You hate dramas about diseases and dysfunctional families.
See it if You enjoy new voices, dramas about class, race, teachers, public and private schools, family dynamics with great acting and direction.
Don't see it if You are squeamish about race, violence in schools and you are looking for a light fun evening in the theater.
See it if You love Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole. You like shows about female empowerment. You liked the music from Grey Gardens.
Don't see it if You want to understand every lyric: some of the music is quite intricate. You think a show about women working is not interesting.
See it if you like Historic Jewish plays, skillful direction and a new perspective.
Don't see it if You don't like Yiddish theater, or theater of the oppressed.
See it if you love shows that are like a sex romp, but much more thoughtful and written with a female perspective.
Don't see it if You want a cerebral, important show about poly amorous relationships.
Also Marisa Tomei is delightful and this is her best role in years.
See it if you loved the movie, you love really fabulous sexy dancers of both genders and want to see a classic gem.
Don't see it if you want a great big broadway show. This is clever with great costumes but virtually no set.
See it if you are curious about Arafat, Israel and the famous handshake in the 80's. This is the backstory and it is profound.
Don't see it if you hate historical drama. You could care less about Middle East peace.
See it if You loved the movie, especially the concept. You love big splashy numbers and great singing and dancing.
Don't see it if You want a plot or new music or a thought provoking evening in the theater.
See it if You are a history buff. This plays takes you back to 1964-68, one of the toughest periods in recent history.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a show about civil rights, the 60's and how we got to here.
See it if you love the music. You want to know more about the men behind the Temptations.
Don't see it if You don't love bio-musicals. You don't remember these times.
See it if You are interested in the Negro League and in this historical figure, Toni Stone. You enjoy strong female performances.
Don't see it if You don't like baseball, you don't like stories about racism and sexism.
See it if you love intricate, high quality sophisticated music sung beautifully by talented women. You want to hear something entirely new and fresh.
Don't see it if you expect high production values, or you need a coherent linear story. This show doesn't bother with historical accuracies.
See it if you love John Guare plays and don't mind a non-linear, crazy, funny plot. You also enjoy a great ensemble cast.
Don't see it if You want a normal, linear play.
See it if You enjoy acapella male choir singing. You enjoy the intersection of black, gay, christian, all-male conflicts.
Don't see it if You want a fluffy tap show or review. This show can get intense at times and there is nudity.
See it if You love Broadway musicals, and you enjoy shows that poke fun at politics, cliches and theater folk. You enjoy high energy dancing.
Don't see it if You really can't stand to see a show where a teen-age lesbian has the best songs...(Did you see "fun house"?)
See it if You want to see a great play by Tom Stoppard that is blessedly short in length, incredibly thought provoking and has a great cast.
Don't see it if You hate science, you want fluffy entertainment or need a mindless night out. This show demands your full attention.
See it if You love ensemble work, a great story and great music. We all know how this story begins and ends, so this tale is absorbing and enriching.
Don't see it if You can't hear one single word about 9/11. You don't like Acadian music.
See it if You are culturally ambitious, and enjoy hearing different music on a Broadway stage.
Don't see it if You wish to avoid any conflicts about Arab/Israeli relationships.
See it if You are comfortable discussing white privilege and want to see other ideas about it.
Don't see it if You do not want to see or hear anything about family dramas, races, elite colleges and prep schools.
See it if you like British sensibilities and stories about baby boomers.Always refreshing hearing 2 female nuclear engineers chatting.
Don't see it if You are expecting a light frothy comedy. Nuclear disasters upset you.
See it if if you enjoy post-apocalytic dramas with a hopeful sub plot. Well written. Good acting.
Don't see it if The whole idea of life after nuclear armageddon is too depressing to bear.
See it if you love good acting, strong female leads and clever premises. Celia Keenan-Bolger and Anita Gillette are terrific.
Don't see it if You don't like quirky time-travel shows and plays that make you work a bit hard.
See it if you love quick-witted British physical comedies like "Noises Off" or "Lend me a tenor". You like good theatrical effects and staging.
Don't see it if you hate Brit-coms, fluff pieces and don't get Monty Python.
Also This is a fun 2 hours!
See it if you love immersive, interactive shows about theaters and theatrical situations.
Don't see it if You don't want to give up your phone, you don't want to walk around and you hate actors getting very close to you.
See it if you love LOUD dystopian dramas with blood and gore. It is a metaphor for our time and well acted. Great stagecraft.
Don't see it if You hate LOUD effects, hate BRIGHT lights in your eyes and can't remember the book.
See it if you like the original, love Laurie Metcalf and Jane Howdyshell, and want to see a better ending.
Don't see it if you hate the premise of rewriting classics.
See it if you haven't. You have to see this show if you have only one night, one week-end and you have never seen a Broadway show. It is required.
Don't see it if you saw the movie, heard the score, read the book. You hate operatic, obsessive love affairs.
See it if you like "South Park" humor and enjoy singing and dancing Mormons. This show has a lot of raunch in it. Great songs.
Don't see it if you cringe at making fun of religions. You should not take anyone under 13 as it gets raunchy and you will have to explain a lot.
See it if you love puppetry as an art form, Disney musicals, Elton John, crowd pleasers.
Don't see it if you hate Disney and/or Elton John.
Also This is a must see musical.