See it if You like old classic movies and Hollywood history. And plays with actors playing multiple roles.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with "Me Too" storylines. Or dont like music being used in plays.
See it if You want to think and are in the mood for a (mainly) one person show.
Don't see it if You want to NOT think about the current state of our country. You want a more traditional told memoir.
See it if You love the music from this classic show and want to see some great signing/acting performances.
Don't see it if You want to see this musical done with the usual setting and staging. If small community like theatre is not your cup of tea.
See it if You want to marvel at an amazing puppet+his handlers (like dancers the way they moved, and it really was a thing of beauty).
Don't see it if You want memorary songs or are going into this musical wanting to be really moved.
See it if You like stories that are amazingly acted that focus on family and relationships. If you are a theatre fan, this is a must see.
Don't see it if Somewhat depressing stories upset you, yoy don’t like long plays or can’t keep up with Irish/English accents.
See it if You really liked reading Dracula and want to see a modern twist on the story,l (which is more female focused). Enjoy pieces that explore POV
Don't see it if You get very annoyed by multiple plot lines/POV tellings. Or if you can’t look past some campy dialogue during some scenes.
See it if You like plays that make you think and/or you worked in the magazine/publishing industry.
Don't see it if You don’t like plays that have small casts and sets, that make you think. Plots that deal with suicide trigger you.
See it if You want to see this classic comedy done as a pretty decent musical and love seeing great singers singing. You love when the Delacorte.
Don't see it if You are a purist for how these classic texts are done. Don’t like sitting outside on a hot NYC summer night.
See it if You want to laugh and have a different night out experience. Like to see people having fun with Macbeth.
Don't see it if You are expecting a full on production of Macbeth. Or don’t like jokes that make fun of our current state of affairs or president.
See it if You want to see this classic done very well. Joshua Henry really steals the show. If you like when dancing is used to tell a story.
Don't see it if You hate a classic musical, done as a classic musical. If you don't like having to interpet things from dance numbers.
See it if You grew up with the animated movie and want to see a more “real-life” twist on the story. And like seeing strong dance/scenery and singing.
Don't see it if You want the cartoon version of a musical (an Beauty & the Beast) this is not. Want something historically accurate.
See it if You are interested in seeing some very good acting and like to think about character’s motivations. You don’t mind long/slow first acts.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in Joan at all or don’t like when you see a play that has a pay off in the second act.
See it if This is Shakespeare’s problem play for a reason. While it is a bit disjointed the second act, staging, & comedy bits make it a enjoyable.
Don't see it if You hate the storyline & don’t want to see it in its original form or don’t like seeing actors interact with the audience.
See it if a very modern show that uses great set design to help tell a thought-provoking story.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a show that tells with suicide or teen angst. Want to see something with big dance numbers.
See it if you like one person shows and like to dwell on historical figures we know very little about, & to think about what they might have been like
Don't see it if You need sets, or don't like musical pieces just added for the sake of music. Or if you are a historical purist.
See it if you like to see plays that are focused on human connections, and not a fast moving plot or something with a lot of action.
Don't see it if You want a lot of action, or don't like Middle Eastern sounding music.
See it if You don't mind one note short comedy skits. Some funny jokes, but over all just okay.
Don't see it if You can't laugh at the current state of the world/our country.
See it if You want to see Norm Lewis and Lea Salonga (they both have small parts, but are great) and want to see other new amazing Broadway stars.
Don't see it if You don't like Caribbean music or fairy tales. ,
See it if You like a bit of a religious debate and know a bit on each of these historical figures. Go in with a bit lower expectations.
Don't see it if You have no interest in religion or these historical men. Can't deal with no sets or a bit of uneven acting.
See it if You like when classics are performed in unique places and small casts that do a lot. Know Macbeth pretty well and like "old country" music.
Don't see it if You can't deal with actors playing more than one part or when actors interact with audience members.
See it if You liked the movie and go in with lower expectations. Want to laugh at some pretty funny characters! Drew Gehling is amazing.
Don't see it if You hated the movie or expect to be wowed by Betsy Wolfe. Don't like pop filled musicals.
See it if If you have enjoyed Sweeny in the past. The staging and performances of this production are amazing and add another layer to the story.
Don't see it if Audience interacting or unique staging. If you are not a fan of this musical's themes, but this production might just make you a fan.
See it if You are interested in what it was like for Jews at the turn of the century, shows which feature a play within a play or a strong ensemble
Don't see it if LGBT themes upset you or are expecting a full on musical. There are songs throughout but it is not a musical piece.
See it if You want to like Julius Caesar and haven’t previously in the past. And want to see how choreography can save a usually slow second act
Don't see it if You only like classic plays done in classic forms. Don’t like violence.
See it if You love this classic musical or amazing dance numbers. You are in the mood for a big production show and great leads.
Don't see it if You want to see a smaller sized musical or fast paced funny lyrics aren’t your thing.
See it if You want to “rethink” some wording of this play (you most likely read first in high school). Like seeing twists on the Bard’s work.
Don't see it if You want a straight up reading of this play. Or don’t like plays with no intermission.
See it if You want to take a trip down memory lane and laugh at some of the most sweet & classic moments from "The Office."
Don't see it if You never watched the American version of the show or will be annoyed by no real plot or sub-par singing.
See it if You are a Harry Potter fan or really want to see some action on stage that makes you think "how they heck did they do that!."
Don't see it if You hate everything about Harry. Or if you love Harry, & don't want to see that everything is not always easy for the adult wizard.
See it if You want to see modern takes on Shakespeare and love to see actors having fun.
Don't see it if You don’t like mixing audience participation and modern music with the classic tale from the Bard.
See it if You like one man shows that make you think. Don’t mind a bit of a slow beginning, or shows that deal with the horrors of war.
Don't see it if You don’t like seeing shows where an actor plays about 30 characters or plays that don’t sugar coat war at all.
See it if You like the songs from the musical and want to see a bit of a fresh take on the character of Eliza. Like complex characters in musicals.
Don't see it if You hate the songs from this classic show. But the singing and acting in this production might make you a fan.
See it if You like the concept behind New York Classical productions and want to see one of the best performances from a Romeo.
Don't see it if You don’t like getting up to watch a play as it moves from scene to scene.
See it if You grew up watching Spongebob and want to escape life for a while. Love big time musical sets/and numbers.
Don't see it if You want something super serious (but the show did make some serious points, which surprised me). Don't like hearing kids giggle at shows.
See it if You like the royal family and are interesting to think more about what Princess Diana was really like/her motives for releasing the tapes.
Don't see it if You don't know anything about Martin's book or the royal family or Diana. The play expects you to know the basics to get into the story.
See it if You want to see this classic play, performed amazingly by a strong troupe of actors & like plays, that don’t seem staged but really real.
Don't see it if You want to see something happy or if conversations on addiction or a child’s death are triggers for you.
See it if You like one man shows, magic/mind reading tricks and want to think “how the heck did he do that?”
Don't see it if You don’t like seeing slight of hand tricks or want more of a story based show.
See it if You like solo shows that are biographical. Like Sharon Washington, or grew up in NYC.
Don't see it if You are expecting to just hear about what it is like to live above a library. It's more on Sharon's early life. Can't do solo shows.
See it if You want to see good acting and enjoy stories about an older artist who is a bit of a curmudgeon. The staging was great!
Don't see it if You need a story where everything is laid out for you or you are not a creative type.
See it if You like hearing about someone life and what leads them to create a certain piece of artwork. You like Irish music and dance.
Don't see it if You want a full on show/story. This is more about one artist's journey.
See it if You want to see some great acting and see history from the eyes of these remarkaeable and funny women.
Don't see it if You don't like two person just speaking plays.
See it if You like small British productions and like to hear dialogue that really sounds like it is real people talking. You like to think.
Don't see it if Mixing humor with a serious show is not your cup of tea. Can't do a show with no intermission.
See it if You like the Chazz Palminteri show or film. And enjoy a father/son story line that is very New York (and very Italian).
Don't see it if You don't enjoy stories about the mob or hated the film of the same name. Don't care for do wop musical numbers.
See it if You want to see some great acting and some memorable characters. Want to see a show that deals with PTSD and veterans in a very honest way.
Don't see it if You want to go out singing songs from the show (only two were stand outs). If you have issues hearing words sung over loud orchestrations
See it if You are a fan of Macbeth and want to see a performance of it in a unique venue. Like the way New York Classical Theatre does things.
Don't see it if You don't like moving from scene to scene, or don't like see outsiders wonder what is going on.
See it if You like unusual staging of a classic and like to see how the director calls out certain similarities between the old text & current times
Don't see it if You have seen Measure for Measure before and didn't like it. Or are a Shakespeare purist.
See it if You have liked other New York Classical Theatre productions in the past and don't mind a bit of a cliched storyline on "mistaken" identity.
Don't see it if You have trouble hearing, don't like sitting outside or don't enjoy having park goers wonder what is going on.
See it if You want to see some truly unforgettable staging and some really standout songs. And don't mind a pretty simple story line.
Don't see it if A lot of songs sounding the same in a musical annoy you or you don't like the idea of the actors and the actors being all around you.
See it if You want to see a very campy musical with actors just having a lot of fun. Like to mock celebrity culture.
Don't see it if Campy and very silly musicals are not your thing.