See it if you like a non-linear musical about foreign culture.
Don't see it if you need to understand everything. I was lost.
Also Nice singing, but I can't say I knew what was going on.
See it if J.D. Salinger interests you, and you don't mind unconventional role playing.
Don't see it if you are put off by confusing roles such as the same character at different ages interacting on stage. Literature doesn't interest you.
See it if you like modern, experimental re-works of Shakespeare and the music of the 60s-70s.
Don't see it if you are a Shakespeare purist, or you dislike the popular music of the 60s-70s.
Also Amusing and very well done with some good singing and fine acting.
See it if you like modern jazz (no melody or coherence) and quasi-coherent noisy story telling.
Don't see it if You dislike modern jazz and scenes from two time periods performed simultaneously punctuated with vulgar jokes..
See it if you like profound, serious, talky plays about reality and other esoteric ideas in philosophy
Don't see it if you want light entertainment and philosophy bores you.
See it if you like (maybe not love as a purist) Shakespeare and enjoy innovative departures from the classics.
Don't see it if you believe the actor's gender should correspond to the role's. You are annoyed with an extra character as a narrator.
See it if you believe a work of theatrical art should transcend its subject matter. This is not about BEING gay. Anyone can relate this play.
Don't see it if you don't like gay romantic relationships and/or you want clear, happy endings.
See it if you believe great art transcends subject matter, you love good acting and you want to cry then laugh and cry at the same time.
Don't see it if serious resonant issues are too opaque for you, and subjects like the AIDS crisis disturb you too much.
See it if you are aware of and disturbed by the imperfections of our society, and you appreciate good acting. The young man is hugely talented.
Don't see it if social injustice is just another inescapable detail in America to you, or you are a racist.
See it if you enjoy serious, coherent, slightly disturbing drama. A very well-written play with exceptional acting.
Don't see it if death as part of a theme is depressing and difficult to handle, or if you need a laugh.
See it if you like vulgar stand-up comedy and admire someone who is energetic and enthusiastic about the material.
Don't see it if you dislike one-person shows with plenty of sexual content and vulgar language.
See it if you like traditional arguments about good vs. evil, relatively vs. absolutely.
Don't see it if you want philosophical discussion and a new perspective on the subject with something to think about afterwards.
Also Mostly well acted.
See it if you believe parent-child relations are always smooth and loving, and parents should be perfect, so anything otherwise would interest you.
Don't see it if you are tired of listening to adults blame their parents for everything.
See it if you like edgy, innovative, off-the-wall, shockingly funny entertainment.
Don't see it if offended by nudity and gender bending, or you insist on a profound theater experience with a linear tale and a clear thesis.
See it if you appreciate mixing science with politics and laughing at Trump, his followers, and right wing ideas. Some of her remarks were poignant.,
Don't see it if you like Trump and dislike one-actor shows.
See it if you are interested in Toulouse-Lautrec or anything French. It is light yet dark and a little bawdy. Can-can dancing is always delightful.
Don't see it if off-color humor offends you, or you hate nearly inter-active theater. Actors are very close almost among the audience.
See it if you appreciate superb acting (Alex Herrald is a genius!) and you like the brutal truth and despise injustice. .
Don't see it if you really believe racism is not a big problem and the South fought only for state's rights on principle.
See it if you enjoy irreverent pieces about human mischief and cruelty, and you don't insist on only likeable characters. Mostly wonderful acting.
Don't see it if gratuitous nudity annoys you (as it did me), or if you must like all the characters and have a happy ending.
See it if freedom is important enough to keep you politically aware, you will relate strongly to this serious play. It is preaching to the choir.
Don't see it if you like Trump. The subject matter is so relevant as to be disturbing. This is not meant to be entertaining but an upsetting call to action.