See it if You appreciate excellent writing, historical subject matter, women's and ethnic issues and discovering new acting talent.
Don't see it if You can't handle being in a raggedly and I think somewhat dirty theater space. Seriously this is the only drawback.
See it if You want to see a Tony Award winning actress and a great cast at the top of their game. You appreciate masterful playwriting.
Don't see it if You cannot get into baseball at all, have no appreciation for women's history and black history, do not enjoy brilliant theater.
See it if You can appreciate a woman's perspective on love, what passes for love, sex, lust and lovers as she matures from puberty to middle age.
Don't see it if You dislike one-woman shows, feel uncomfortable about candid talk on sex, orgasms, depictions of masturbation. Note: nothing is in bad taste
See it if You love amazing staging and spectacle in a soaring space, are a fan of choreography, Asian storytelling, martial arts/Kung Fu and Sia.
Don't see it if You prefer a traditional theater experience, want an intimate theater experience, hate spectacle and do not appreciate Asian culture.
See it if The cast are all improvisational geniuses with often great comic and slapstick timing. High cleverness and ultimate of thinking on your feet
Don't see it if You dislike improv. I found the "theater" itself to be on the edge of rundown grossness. Can't they find a better venue??
See it if You want to catch this amazing, multi-talented cast and enjoy American musical theater at its best before it hits broadway.
Don't see it if You do not like to be dazzled by talent. You do not like pieces dealing with the civil rights era and the American South.
See it if Highly intimate, experiential theater in a raunchy nightclub setting is your thing, and you like overpriced badly mixed bar drinks.
Don't see it if You are expecting much more than an offbeat theatrical experience/
See it if You are into songwriting, the music business, Latin music, hiphop, character studies, family dramas, coming-of-age, sparse sets and staging
Don't see it if You expect world-class playwriting, accuracy in terms of the music business and how music artists record and create, fleshed out characters
See it if You want to experience an ensemble of A-game actors in a well-written, thought-provoking, contemporary, well-directed piece in 3 acts.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy contemporary themes, dislike Susan Sarandon or you are not interested in seeing anyone onstage over the age of 29.
See it if You are into multimedia modernized reworks of period pieces, fast costume changes and ambitious acting, onstage violence. Pro production.
Don't see it if You love Shakespeare. Same era, different playwright. There is a reason Shakespeare's plays endured for centuries and others' didn't.
See it if A marvelous actress tells her true story and hits all the notes, emotions, pathos. Very real, very current, very intimate. Don't miss it.
Don't see it if Some may consider this one woman show the theatrical version of a chick flick. Vulnerability, relationship/ marriage/family front & center.
See it if Pro acting, daughter was a standout. Very overwrought and somewhat cliched on the hippie front as the characters would have had to be older.
Don't see it if You are not into death and dying and family dynamics for 2 hours. Spoiler alert: you get the full enchilada complete with death rattle.
See it if Such a treat to have such an intimate theater experience of an O'Casey play performed by a top-rate ensemble.
Don't see it if If you have an issue with Irish accents you may have a problem.
See it if Attempts to explain junk bond eta and the motivations based on a few thinly- veiled fictional major players.
Don't see it if You're not interested in finance, business, great playwrights, examination of ethics, human behaviour and workings of the financial ind
See it if Very intimate. Amazing mix of talents-drawing and acting. A unique experience. Part confessional, part salon.
Don't see it if You have to like Van Gogh or the idea of being in an intimate setting with someone channeling a sensitive, artistic, genius.
See it if First rate piece of ensemble work. Physical comedy, hair raising pratfalls, clever wordplay, and delightful silliness.
Don't see it if If you don't appreciate physical comedy or you are not in the mood to laugh.
See it if You are not Italian American, not from Brooklyn or NYC, not so familiar with the 60's. Like excellent staging and good theatrical timing.
Don't see it if You think you are going to see a thoughtful piece on Italian American families in 60's NYC. The only thing Italian in the show is the title