See it if you want to explore the humanity of people who make bad decisions/are crude and misbehaved. Realistic, heavy story. A challenge for actors.
Don't see it if you're off-put by crude behavior or heavy drama.
See it if you are interested in unique staging. If you can go back in time...
Don't see it if you don't like cheesy, spoof humor. If you cannot go back in time.
See it if you don't think race is an issue. See it if you think we're in a post-racial world. See it if you are racially colorblind. Informed opinion?
Don't see it if There isn't much of a reason not to see it. You either gain perspective or celebrate progressive dialogue. Casting isn't about accurate age.
See it if you're okay with the story taking place in Act II. Act I is a lengthy intro. Characters are well shaped, however. Life questions = interest.
Don't see it if concentrating to understand accents and lexicon is too much work. Homophobic punchlines are camaraderie for characters (accurate or not, ew)
See it if you enjoy slice of life stories with important commentary. The topics addressed are done so in a very realistic way. Conversational.
Don't see it if you are looking for fast paced excitement. It is very calm and slow moving.
See it if A play that utilizes digital design, projections, "8-bit" choreography, a little singing, and niche video game references. Heavy fam-drama.
Don't see it if you aren't versed in classic video games! It's really hard to make sense of certain things without the context.
See it if you like hearing stories told by flamboyant, artsy people. If you already enjoy Edward Gorey. Also, the talent on and off stage was obvious.
Don't see it if you'd rather see a story than hear about it (although some stories were acted out, and they were my favorite parts). ItWasAlmostAOneManShow.
See it if you're looking for an intelligent show. Everything about this show appealed to me, intellectually and emotionally. Great experience. I cried
Don't see it if you only want to have fun at a theatre and not expand your understanding.
See it if difficult decisions make you tingle with glee. Or if you enjoy a dialogue that voices authentic challenges of self acceptance.
Don't see it if you would be disappointed to find that it's not about bisexuality or polyamory.