See it if You love a story about redemption and renewal - and enjoy theater about gay characters.
Don't see it if You're prejudiced (!) - or (seriously) if you have any bias against blacks or gays.
See it if you are a fan of Mr. Guirgis' work and have an ounce of humanity for the disenfranchised.
Don't see it if you can't sit thru a 3 hour 15 min (with intermission) play - but you should see it!
See it if You want to see a masterful performance by one actor playing over 30 roles - bravo Mr. Washington!
Don't see it if You don't wish to re-live a very crucial time of race relations in NYC - and want light fare!
See it if you'd see anything Mary-Louise Parker does on stage...
Don't see it if the thought of sitting thru 90 minutes of two characters talking like writers instead of flesh and blood characters...
See it if You're a fan of a well-told tale, based on true life, that shocks and moves.
Don't see it if You are at any way bored by one person telling a story that includes original songs.
See it if you enjoy acapella singing and appreciate a quirky character study-type musical
Don't see it if your internet addictions cause you trauma - and if a show about a support group bothers you.
See it if You're fascinated by a lot of philosophical debate and appreciate intelligence and great acting.
Don't see it if the thought of seeing a play about an ancient Greek philosopher bores you
See it if you want to see a different take on racism in America - it's surprising, somewhat shocking yet engaging.
Don't see it if you're averse to 3 hour, very talky works of theater.
See it if If you want a unique take on gay life and activism in the early 2000s, right around when the AIDS epidemic was more manageable.
Don't see it if You need a play with lots of action - it's talky but engrossing.
See it if You appreciate great acting in a msterful play and aren't bothered by a non-linear storyline.
Don't see it if You're not into a Brechtian-styled piece with only a few actors and a dark premise.
See it if a show about black lives mattering in such an interesting and unusual way would interest you.
Don't see it if you don't have patience for an intermission-less exploration of race in America today.
See it if You love gay theater - this is a seminal work in the LGBT canon.
Don't see it if You are offended by backroom sex scenes (pantomimed of course) or frank discsussions of sexualtiy.
See it if If you can get to the main story, about a North Korean woman falling for a married South Korean man - and for the amazing set design!
Don't see it if You care about coherent plots or have an aversion to a chorus continually spouting internet words as if they're "emojis" - doesn't work!
See it if You love Judith Ivey who is always a revelation (and the finest actor on this stage)...but...
Don't see it if You want to actually SEE the stage, because it is a terribly designed show with much obstructed views.
See it if You absolutely are a huge fan of Mr. Kushner's work...
Don't see it if You want to be reminded yet again of horrible Nazism was and how the present day is heading that direction - not that we don't already know
See it if you are a fan of spoken word and movement and are interested in a seminal piece of black theater history!
Don't see it if the thought of 7 women in colorful outfits carrying on about life would bore you.
See it if you want to see the play that put Mr. Harris on the map - and are open to new fresh thinking on a potentially difficult subject.
Don't see it if Nudity, extreme sexual situations and raw language offend you - or if you can't hold your attention for an intermissionless 2 hours or so.
See it if You love Ms. Nottage's work and are interested in seeing this revival of her 2011 play.
Don't see it if You are offended by a play that tries to examine racism in Hollywood.
See it if You appreciate a well-written, terrifically-acted play that is funny and moving.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you are not willing to take the journey the play asks you to ...
See it if You're a fan of Michael C. Hall and are open to a unique interpretation of a one hour and change monologue.
Don't see it if The idea of sitting thru one man talking for an hour and change about nothing (and everything).