See it if You like fast-paced comedy with an edge. Great performances! Great set!
Don't see it if You’re not interested in people behaving badly in the service of comedy.
See it if you are a fan of Tony Kushner and can't be reminded too often or at too much length how history is repeating itself.
Don't see it if you don't have enough interest in the subject to sit through a three-plus hour performance.
See it if ... you want to gain insights into the conservative mindset. Revelatory play speaks from a perspective rarely (if ever) seen on the NY stage
Don't see it if ...you have a low tolerance for exploring the Christian Right's point of view - some of it is tough to take.
See it if you are a fan of theatre and of sketch comedy. We see a lot of theatre and knew pretty much all of the references, so we had a ball.
Don't see it if you are a casual theatregoer, you may not catch everything, but it's still fun. Venue could be improved as others have said.
See it if Vibrant production with very good Duncan Sheik music, Lynn Nottage book, and wonderful performances all around.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals with a message and religious undertones (although I thought it was more spiritual than religious).
See it if You are a fan of McNally’s beautiful writing and/or you don’t want to miss a chance to see these two fabulously talented actors.
Don't see it if You don’t want to delve into the intricacies and complexities of new love.
See it if You enjoy monologues that are straight from the heart. Sea Wa ll is tightly and beautifully written by Simon Stephens, well acted by Tom S.
Don't see it if You don’t like one person monologues that are deeply personal and emotional. Great performances by both actors.
See it if You like a comedy with a message, handled deftly. Worth seeing for Debra Jo Rupp’s performance alone.
Don't see it if You are unwilling to consider both sides of the gay marriage issue.
See it if you want to see a uniformly talented cast in a gay-themed drama enhanced with gorgeous vocal performances.
Don't see it if you're not interested in a story set in a prep school that deals with homophobia and race issues.
See it if you are a fan of Neil Labute's writing or of edgy, funny one-act plays.
Don't see it if you don't like the "short story" format or drama that can be uncomfortable and possibly make you squirm a little.
See it if you are a fan of beautifully written and performed contemporary (80's) Irish family drama.
Don't see it if you can't sit still for a 3+ hour performance (but really, it's worth it).
See it if you are a fan of Glenn Close, and/or are interested in historical fiction. An interesting perspective on the family of Joan of Arc.
Don't see it if you are not interested in Joan of Arc or how she became the Maid of Orleans.
See it if You are a fan of Kurt Vonnegut‘s writing and like plays that are highly entertaining while providing social commentary.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of satire.
See it if You want to see terrific actors, terrific voices, really great arrangements of Dylan’s songs. Who knew Mare Winningham could sing like that?
Don't see it if You don’t like dramatic musicals with Depression-era themes.
See it if You like serious drama (with a lot of humor) that is universally meaningful.
Don't see it if You don’t want to see cruelty and violence in the context of political statement. This play is brilliant, but it is not for everyone.
See it if you love classic Broadway musicals. Among the best of all time.
Don't see it if you are only interested in serious drama. Although My Fair Lady is based on a play by George Bernard Shaw, the beauty of it is in the
See it if You love classic Broadway musicals. Bernadette Peters is wonderful. Saw it with Bette, and they were both terrific!
Don't see it if You don't want a lovely, fun evening at the theatre (or are exclusively a fan of serious drama).
See it if you like plays that offer food for thought and very good acting. It's a "what if" kind of play.
Don't see it if you don't like time-shifting, non-linear plots that could be confusing.
See it if if you want to see a creatively imagined Depression-era story. Mare Winningham and Jeannette Bayardelle are especially terrific.
Don't see it if you want a literal interpretation of Dylan's songs. This is not a jukebox show, but the music is done beautifully.
See it if you like family reminiscences, told from the heart, with a comic flavor. Yes, they are Latinas, but you don’t have to be.
Don't see it if you want serious. There are many serious moments (as in any family), but it is a lighthearted evening overall.
See it if If you are interested in stories about the immigrant experience with a lot of Latin flavor, and/or if you are a fan of Junot Diaz.
Don't see it if If you have difficulty reading supertitles or are not willing to miss a few words here and there. My Spanish is just OK, but I enjoyed it!
See it if You are willing to stay focused on a challenging 3-hour play. Great performances by Burton and Cake.
Don't see it if This may be the bleakest of Shakespeare’s dramas, unrelieved by humor. There is no one to root for.
Also On a beautiful night, there is no place better than the Delacorte.
See it if There is not a lot of reason to see this other than some good acting by Sarandon, Oreskes, and especially the wonderful Marin Ireland.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Jesse Eisenberg’s self-indulgent smugness. As a playwright, he does not have much to say.
See it if You are a Harry Potter fan, in which case it is a must see. Terrific staging and effects.
Don't see it if You are not a fan or don’t want to commit that amount of time to a production which can be hard to follow if you are not steeped in HP.
See it if You want to see a creatively reimagined Macbeth that sheds light not only on the original, but also on the way we live today.
Don't see it if Your preference is for a traditional production.
See it if You are a fan of Motown and particularly of the Temptations. You like having a fun night at the theatre.
Don't see it if The Temps are not your thing. Otherwise, I don't know why you wouldn't see it.
See it if You appreciate any opportunity to see Nathan Lane. Kristine Neilsen and Julie White were terrific as well. But...
Don't see it if You don’t want to dig deep to get to the meaning.
See it if You like intense, high-action relevant drama with yet another incredible and riveting performance by Bryan Cranston. What can’t this guy do?
Don't see it if You prefer lighter fare.
See it if You have seen Fiddler and loved it, or if you haven’t seen it. Either way, this production adds an invaluable dimension of authenticity.
Don't see it if I can’t imagine why you would not see it.
See it if you want to see yet another great performance by Marin Ireland, as well as a terrific cast. The characters are well-drawn.
Don't see it if you don't want a play that attempts to take a deep dive into mental health issues, but concludes in a seemingly tacked-on, unsatisfying way.
See it if you are a fan of Beckett or of this play. A really good production, and I have seen a few.
Don't see it if you like straightforward, linear narrative.
See it if you like family dramas. Tyne Daly's performance is like nothing we have seen from her before. John Procaccino is menacing and believable.
Don't see it if you don't like stories about aging siblings and how they have lived their lives and where they are going from here.
See it if You like taut political drama with great writing and acting all around. Edie Falco and the rest of the cast are terrific.
Don't see it if You’re not interested in a play about the Albany political machine, which is really about politics in general.
See it if You appreciate Bill Irwin’s work and his ability to illuminate Beckett - even if you’re not a Beckett fan.
Don't see it if You don’t like creative, cerebral, funny one man shows.
See it if You are a huge Tennessee Williams fan. Also, Kristine Nielsen is always worth seeing, and the vintage set is great.
Don't see it if You can’t handle an over wrought play that makes the same point over and over, with no likeable characters.
See it if You like one-person, autobiographical shows set in the 70's. It was a great idea, but never achieved the "magical" level that it could have
Don't see it if You are bored by this format or expect a series of illuminating vignettes (I will say that the audience seemed to enjoy it more than I did).
See it if you want to see a play that defines "dystopian". Really good acting as well.
Don't see it if you are squeamish or want to see something light. This is not for everyone. Graphic scenes of torture are hard to take.
See it if you love creative theatre! Because it's non-verbal, it's great for people with limited English. I have brought many out of town guests.
Don't see it if you're looking for a plot or linear story.