See it if You like frothy, edit-free semi-parody.
Don't see it if You enjoy a cohesive, serious, grown-up type of play. This work seems to have been coddled and indulged along: a youthfully energetic effort
See it if You are not easily offended by words like "pussy"; if you enjoy seeing different female archetypes portrayed by gifted actresses.
Don't see it if You do not find feminist comedy entertaining.
See it if You value incisive, ripped-straight-from-the-core writing and masterful acting - both with ASL and without.
Don't see it if You are looking for something banal, light, and/or fluffy. This is real life, warts and all.
See it if you want to see a clever young woman perform a semi-autobiographical piece about her struggles with growing up Irish and poor in Manchester.
Don't see it if you don't like 1 woman shows or are put off by some raunchy language and a British accent.
See it if Odd ducks may like this. Good if you like lesbian/cross-dressing themes and obscure cabaret songs.
Don't see it if You are 20-something (like those surrounding us, incessantly texting, talking, making fun) or expect a cohesive script or great singing.
See it if You are a fan of A.R. Gurney, like shows staged for 3 sides, enjoy Cole Porter songs mixed into a play, want to see innovative casting.
Don't see it if You don't care for casting that's thinking out of the box, aren't interested in repeated George Bush references.
See it if You like Andrew Lloyd Webber and love a grand spectacle. Some of the voices are truly operatic. A venerable oldie but goodie.
Don't see it if You don't like a bit of kitsch, or you don't like the romance of the Phantom's story. You will have at least 1 musical earworm afterwards
See it if You have a pulse! So much fun! Best opening number I've enjoyed in years of theatregoing.
Don't see it if You are offended by foul language, rude cursing of God, explicit sex organ references.
See it if You don't mind an aging star belting the songs out in lowered keys, surrounded by gorgeous sets and a great supporting cast.
Don't see it if You are expecting anything like a young Carol Channing or Barbra. It's not even close.
See it if You enjoy the music of Pasek & Paul and don't mind sobbing through most of the show (it is hard not to be moved)
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, pop music, screaming and/or crying teens.
See it if You want to learn another side of 9/11 and see true generosity played out in original writing. So beautifully done, powerful, and moving.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.
See it if You love Rodgers & Hammerstein, beautiful voices, and exqusite dancing with superb choreography by Justin Peck!
Don't see it if You are not a fan of musicals.
See it if You like young people jargon, spot-on characterizations of people with Asperger's.
Don't see it if You find fickle, vain young people flirting and talking about sex a lot to be excrutiatingly annoying.
See it if You want to hear an extraordinary string quartet, piano, soprano, Dickinson poetry, and watch interesting slides
Don't see it if You expect a solid play or musical. This is more of a salon or musicale.
See it if You like sort-of Irish folk songs and appreciate the fact that 1 woman can play many instruments in 1 show.
Don't see it if You don't like 1 woman shows, you expect to hear familiar songs, you don't like cabarets dressed up to resemble a show.
See it if You appreciate performers at the top of their game, excellent writing, and an absorbing, emotional storyline.
Don't see it if You prefer to watch lowbrow, fast-moving, mindless drivel.
See it if You like the Trainspotting movie and adventurous, immersive experiences w/ full nudity, improv, and wild, gritty acting w/ sexy abandon.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy audience participation, simulated drug use and body fluids, strobes, Scottish brogues, yelling, and loud music.
See it if You're interested in a play about lesbian, gay, bi, trans & queer folks, issues w/ relationships & the humor therein-&Jesse Tyler Ferguson!
Don't see it if You aren't interested in hearing characters discuss who among them is now mainstream and who is misunderstood.Lots of talk of & about babies
See it if You like faux-Brit in high dudgeon and lots of running around, sight gags, and clever stagecraft.
Don't see it if You don't like yelling, bad accents, lots of running around, and an utterly confusing play
See it if You love the Disney film and want to be thoroughly moved by the gorgeous design work and thoughtful portrayals.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.
See it if You love the "in situ" experience of being in the pie shop while the show swirls all around you.
Don't see it if You are irked (as I was) by the loss of some stratospheric falsetto singing by gender-switching casting.
See it if You want to be dazzled by stage craft and be transported to a magical world. I've gone twice and it warrants repeated viewings! Love it! Go!
Don't see it if You don't like Harry Potter or the thought of a combined almost 6 hours between the 2 parts seems like a LOT.
See it if You love Dave Yazbeck's music, you can relax & settle in to a slow, sensuous piece that depicts a slice of life, a moment between 2 cultures
Don't see it if You don't like musicals and/or want something fast-paced.
See it if The subject matter interests you: a hearing professor embarks on a relationship with a deaf young woman and they deal with challenges.
Don't see it if You don't like Joshua Jackson, as he does the bulk of the heavy lifting.
See it if You want to see a masterful actor in her prime, a very talented ensemble, and inventive, engaging staging.
Don't see it if You don't like flashing lights, fast cuts, addiction as a topic.