See it if the idea of a gripping monologue about a woman's conflict over her husband's comatose state and secret infidelity excites you.
Don't see it if a one-woman monologue about sensitive themes like affairs and injury/near death experiences would trouble you.
See it if provocative new works intrigue you. Occasionally confusing plot, but strong actors and a really cool set.
Don't see it if you're bothered by nudity, angsty youths and heated discussions about politics.
See it if you're intrigued by a fresh take on a classic musical. Definitely edgier than what you'd expect from a typical R&H show.
Don't see it if you're an Oklahoma! purist. If you'd have objections to a reimagining of a classic, I'd skip this.
See it if you'd enjoy seeing Stockard Channing onstage in a role that feels like it was written just for her.
Don't see it if you avoid family living room dramas. I have to say, this is my favorite show from Roundabout recently!
See it if you love more intimate musicals a la Band's Visit. It helps to like Bob Dylan's music–with this show you'll hear it done in a whole new way.
Don't see it if you're expecting a traditional jukebox or bio-musical. This is more a play with music but it wows.
See it if you like folk/rock musicals or have an interest in outer space. This show is charming and full of really enjoyable songs.
Don't see it if you're expecting a musical–this is more of a song cycle in concert form.
See it if you enjoy comedies and want to see a new hilarious and quirky play written by a woman with a fantastic all-female cast.
Don't see it if prolonged discussions about sex and female sexuality make you uncomfortable.
See it if you're intrigued by themes of gender and privilege, or if you want to see an all-star cast onstage. A fascinating exploration of identity.
Don't see it if you can't handle theatre-shaking pre-show music or don't want to grapple with heavy issues during a play.
See it if you loved the movie and are dying to see how it translates to the stage. Fabulous production value. Stellar performances.
Don't see it if you're expecting to see a show fully ready for Broadway. There's plenty of great material here but this is what out of town tryouts are for.
See it if you'd appreciate a story about Jersey or are looking for a succession of cheap laughs.
Don't see it if you cringe at stereotypes, repetitive music, and underdeveloped female characters only introduced to inevitably pair off with the men.
See it if you adore Ivo's directorial work. This is not to be missed. A truly jaw-dropping, reflective + relevant piece that resonates strongly today.
Don't see it if you're triggered by intense violence, guns, nudity, and anything remotely shocking you could think of in connection to WWII era Germany
See it if you're intrigued by the concept of a moving and heart-wrenching look at queer love in the Civil War south.
Don't see it if you’re looking for something light or if intense historical dramas don’t appeal to you.
See it if you're looking for something that's not just the life story of a music group. This is a non-traditional jukebox musical that's a GREAT time.
Don't see it if you're unfamiliar with The Go-Go's or wouldn't care for a musical comedy that explores gender and sexuality.
See it if you love Cher. This is a different kind of jukebox musical that's a great time with phenomenal design and an all-star cast.
Don't see it if you don't have interest in learning about Cher's life story or don't enjoy her music.
See it if you're intrigued by a modern day exploration of race that transcends periods of time.
Don't see it if you're turned off by violence and harsh language.
See it if you're interested by an exploration of the lengths to which someone will go to protect their identity and beliefs.
Don't see it if you have the tendency to be repulsed by lifelike acts of violence. Some moments were difficult to watch.
See it if you're a Shakespeare traditionalist and don't want a modern twist. It's just a great production of Othello.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy Shakespeare–this play runs almost three hours.
See it if you've enjoyed Joshua Harmon's previous plays or are interested in an exploration of youth and beauty.
Don't see it if raunchy jokes and partial nudity make you uncomfortable or if you expect Idina to sing.
See it if you just want to see a good ol' fashioned revival of My Fair Lady.
Don't see it if you're expecting to see anything new or refreshing to revitalize a dated musical.
See it if you're a Tony Yazbeck fan or want to see delightful choreography by Susan Stroman.
Don't see it if you're expecting a well-written play. This could be beautiful as a dance piece, but minus the dialogue...
See it if you want to hear rock combined with classical music or if you want to see some of the strangest projections ever on a Broadway stage.
Don't see it if there's any other show you've been meaning to see. This is a concert you could probably see anywhere on tour.
See it if you'd like to see Denzel in an iconic role in a classic play.
Don't see it if you couldn't imagine sitting through a play that's nearly four hours long.
See it if you're interested in seeing a powerful, movement-heavy piece examining ideas of power, patriarchy and punishment in society.
Don't see it if you need a linear, fully developed plot in order to understand a play rather than something that tends to be more conceptual overall.
See it if Missed this off-Broadway but SO happy I saw this. Absolutely enthralling. Superb actors in an incredibly timely play.
Don't see it if you avoid shows that deal with serious subject matter or discussions of sex/sexuality.
See it if Elaine May is giving a PERFORMANCE. Worth it to see her alone. This is definitely an intellectual evening of theatre.
Don't see it if you're triggered by themes surrounding old age and complicated family dynamics.
See it if Schreck is a natural storyteller and brings great depth and vulnerability to a piece that's very autobiographical and personal.
Don't see it if you don't like (nearly) one-woman shows or aren't in the mood to be intellectually challenged by a show.
See it if you live for edgy off-Broadway theatre and would be interested in seeing a play in a similar vein to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with seeing sex, drugs, and violence simulated onstage.
See it if I had a GREAT time. You'll especially appreciate this if you know your Shakespeare and pop culture references.
Don't see it if you're under 21 or don't condone alcohol-infused fun.
See it if you're aware of Sarah Bernhardt and her career or are a fan of Janet McTeer. Helps to know about Bernhardt's history to fully understand.
Don't see it if don't appreciate period pieces and would prefer to see something more contemporary.
See it if One of my favorite things I've seen at NYTW based on the sheer talent and quality of the production. The story resonates heavily today.
Don't see it if your attention span only lasts 90 minutes. This story is compelling and requires your undivided attention.
See it if you're a fan of the source material or are looking for something outside of the traditional theatrical fare.
Don't see it if you, like myself, don't handle up-close-and-personal immersive theatre well. They sat me next to a toilet and I was like, NOPE.
See it if you enjoy plays by Tracy Letts or are looking for a compelling drama about an incredibly complex female character.
Don't see it if you need constant, fast-paced action to keep your attention. This is nuanced, intimate and at times, slow.
See it if you need something to put a smile on your face and temporarily restore your faith in humanity.
Don't see it if you're expecting the play Twelfth Night. This is cute, the music is great and it brings our community together as only the Public can.
See it if you're intrigued by seeing a brand new original musical or want to reminisce about the Studio 54 era.
Don't see it if you avoid musicals that are more of a work-in-progress.
See it if you appreciate timeless music performed by a cast that's truly electric. The choreography and vocals are unreal.
Don't see it if you require a musical with a plot. This is a revue with some common threads, and it’s really about friendship and love.
See it if This was a must-see for fans of the album or for anyone who wanted to see something rarely done. An incredible cast.
Don't see it if you aren't familiar with the score–it would still be enjoyable but this is very much a cult favorite.
See it if an exploration of an early 1900s fire on Coney Island and a story about complex relationships and following passions sounds intriguing.
Don't see it if you're expecting extremely thought-provoking material.
See it if you're tired of the traditional commercial Broadway fare and want to see something quirky and fun.
Don't see it if overly rhyme-y dialogue and songs bother you. You're looking for a serious musical.
See it if if you're intrigued by jazz and the culture surrounding it, or by an intimate glimpse at a community going through a period of change.
Don't see it if you aren't looking to confront heavy, darker themes.
See it if you want to see this all-star cast onstage. We probably won't see a revival of this play on Broadway for a long time so now is your chance.
Don't see it if you wouldn't enjoy a play examining LGBTQ themes.
See it if you've seen DeLa in past shows or on Drag Race and want to be entertained.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy fabulous costume changes or are looking for a play-this is more performance art meets one woman show.
See it if you live for Dance Moms drama or want to see a hilarious and relevant new play by a female playwright about women.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with discussions of bodies and all the things that preteen girls go through.
See it if you're interested in seeing a darkly comedic play by one of the greatest contemporary playwrights out there.
Don't see it if you're put off by colorful language or are looking for a play with a satisfying conclusion.
See it if you're intrigued by plays exploring deaf culture. Lauren Ridloff is incredible, in a breakout performance.
Don't see it if // the play was written in the 70s and feels slightly dated but still seems incredibly relevant to today.
See it if you haven't been inside Second Stage's new Broadway home! This play is so promising for what they plan to deliver with future shows.
Don't see it if The performances are solid and the play is really enjoyable, but I didn't feel blown away by what I saw.