See it if you might enjoy L. Metcalf's courageous acting & you want to see an award-winning, intelligent play with interesting roles for women.
Don't see it if You are completely tired of NYC plays that ostensibly talk about racism but only make use of white actors...
See it if You enjoy watching smart, clever actors burn-up the stage with a challenging, fun-loving, topical script.
Don't see it if You need Ibsen's realism, as this play has a more stripped down aesthetic.
See it if you have an interest in the craft of acting, and the challenges presented by Chekhov, and the ways his writing resonates with Shakespeare
Don't see it if If you don't know 'Uncle Vanya;' as this is pretty high level theater-nerd stuff. Before seeing this play, watch 'Vanya on 42nd Street.'
See it if you want to empathize with actors as they explore a text with an audience, and learn what the source material means to them on a gut level.
Don't see it if you don't like Wooster group, studio seating, The Deuce, post-modernism, surly Darlings, I Love Lucy, UNO, repetition...