See it if You have strong feelings about Parkinson's disease. Too much talk of sex and not enough talk of his dying wife, I thought.
Don't see it if You don't like one man shows.
See it if you want an intimate, very funny show one woman show that doesn't feel like an excruciating experience (as one person shows sometimes do).
Don't see it if it gets a little heavy-handed with its message in the 3rd act, so if you don't want a politically correct show, I wouldn't recommend this.
See it if the best immersive Ukrainian folk opera I've ever seen. Too immersive for my taste, but it does carry an important message.
Don't see it if You don't like immersive theater or protest theater.
See it if They DO give out free drinks, which is a big plus. It's a steam-punk-esque extravaganza.
Don't see it if You are not prepared for an almost 2 hour opera, dealing with very superficial themes.
See it if You enjoy small town politics (which are tied into the larger "picture").
Don't see it if You are looking for something fun, light, and/or entertaining.
See it if You are a "creative", perhaps in a slump. The whole show is perfectly crafted to be very inspiring. All set to a driving beat.
Don't see it if you don't like any parts of your theater experience to be fantastical.
See it if You love traditional musicals. This is reminiscent of many typical musicals, but is funny and sweet. Was very silly, but really enjoyable.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals or laughing about them.
See it if You want a more meaningful, deeper theatrical performance that will probably make you think.
Don't see it if You're not interested in a one-man show, especially one that really delves into religion.
See it if you want a bit of light, fun theater. And you enjoy the apocalyptic craze sweeping the nation.
Don't see it if you're expecting Grey Gardens based on the email from ShowScore. It took me some time to realize that it wasn't Grey Gardens-esque at all.
See it if you are an artist, are interested in the arts, or are worried about how your future will turn out.
Don't see it if you are looking for something fast-paced, and not too cerebral.
See it if You love Stephen Sondheim and are familiar with all of his work. But also if you're not familiar because everyone should become familiar.
Don't see it if You want dialogue and "plot."
See it if You are looking for a good old fashioned musical that's just fun. The plot is a little silly but can be overlooked because of all the songs
Don't see it if You hate musicals
See it if You have ears–the score is obviously so great. You want a show that is FUN, but has enough of a message that it will keep you thinking.
Don't see it if You don't like free-spiritedness or actors coming into the audience.
See it if You love classic Broadway–and love to see it spoofed, you love to laugh (and laugh and laugh).
Don't see it if If this comes around again, just see it.
See it if You're in the mood for a good old-fashioned Broadway spectacle. And are just looking to be purely entertained.
Don't see it if You like cutting edge theater only.
See it if You want something very light with a catchy original score. It is always nice to see a cast (and band) who are so obviously having fun.
Don't see it if You're not interested in silly plot lines.
See it if you want to see Russian theater in an extremely intimate setting-behind a court room in a police station. Volok was very good & convincing.
Don't see it if someone going more and more insane hits too close to home.
See it if You love Ibsen and Hedda and want to see a more modern adaptation, which is more "fun." (As fun as Hedda Gabbler can be–so not tremendously)
Don't see it if You love Ibsen and couldn't stand to see Hedda altered into a more flippant version.
See it if Perhaps it went over my head, or perhaps it was just nonsense. But either way it went on forever. Some deep thoughts though.
Don't see it if you don't want to torture yourself
See it if you enjoy scientific word play. I enjoyed this show more than I had thought I would. Afterwards, got to talk with Baba–who was very friendly
Don't see it if You don't like rap. But honestly see it even if you don't think you like rap–like me.
See it if you want to see a cast of celebrities. And want to see all of Arthur Miller's canon.
Don't see it if I consider myself an Arthur Miller fan, but this play was boring and hard to get through. Relies heavily on star power, but it's not enough.
See it if you want a fun, sensual, avant-garde type of night, without over the top avant-gardeness. Very fun evening of theater.
Don't see it if you're looking for a very tame, family-friendly production.
See it if You enjoy a good family drama, and want a play that's relevant today.
Don't see it if Domestic family arguing is not your thing
See it if you're an artistic-type, you want to be inspired, and you enjoy the work of Edward Gorey. And you're kind of a "loner."
Don't see it if You want a splashy theater extravaganza OR you cannot stand when they use projections at all in theater.
See it if You want to see an interesting set–it rotates!–I loved this set.
Don't see it if You want to see a family drama, but don't want anything political involved.
See it if You're in NYC for the 1st time. Very targeted towards the tourist market. It is fun and light. So you can see it if you don't want to think.
Don't see it if You like theater without dumb jokes that you wouldn't normally laugh at, but laugh just because you're at the THEATER.
See it if You're a baby boomer and/or millennial. You like family dramas like August: Osage County or The Humans.
Don't see it if You want to see something that is pure fun. And you don't want to be made to feel bad about being a baby boomer.
See it if You have general democratic opinions that you want to hear said in a way that you can clap along to.
Don't see it if You don't like a lot of political chatter.