See it if you love brilliant writing, staging, and a truly great performance by Joe Ngo.
Don't see it if ...you don't like violent themes or rock music.
See it if you really, really love Morrisette's music, and you need "Isn't Ironic" repeatedly defended onstage.
Don't see it if you hate bland, overblown staging, you hate stories that go nowhere, and then use the rape of a minor character (caricature) to move plot.
See it if you want to see a show that deals with the subconscious ways patriarchal structures damage all of us, portrayed in an absurdist way.
Don't see it if Experimental or absurdist theatre doesn't appeal to you.
See it if you are interested in well-told stories that reflect the current zeitgeist with great production and stellar acting.
Don't see it if you don't like plays or the #metoo movement.
See it if This is a flawed musical that Fiasco has done a great job in finding the emotional core. Always inventive staging from Fiasco.
Don't see it if This is a flawed musical, and, despite Fiasco's mighty efforts, still has its weaknesses, though this version is the best so far.
See it if you want to see an engaging, funny, well-acted, well-directed play that has the awesome Adina Verson leading the great cast.
Don't see it if you are put off by plays about lesbians and queers and discussions of pussy.
See it if A wonderful staging of a fine musical by two of our greatest living writers of musicals, Flaherty and Aherns.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.
See it if You want a well written, acted, staged one person show giving you incredible insight into the emotional and physical journey of a trans man.
Don't see it if You simply can't be empathetic to another human being based on preexisting bias.
See it if you like challenging, complex script and some great acting.
Don't see it if ...you don't want to be a part of the ongoing societal discussion of race.
See it if ...you like spectacle, fun music, lots of flash.
Don't see it if ...you like a story with depth and good character development.
See it if You enjoy Knee-high enough to attend not one of their best efforts.
Don't see it if You need compelling dramatic arcs for the characters and are put off by whimsy veering too close to twee
See it if you like fast-paced, cute, well-staged musicals without too much depth.
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical that tries for something more, a la "Fun Home," "Hamilton," "Dear Evan Hansen," "Scottsboro Boys."
See it if you want to experience one of the greatest musicals ever.
Don't see it if ...a little too much choreography is distracting. My only complaint.
See it if You love a great production of a good musical with great singing and performances. Oh, and, Cynthia Erivo. Transcendent.
Don't see it if You like elaborate staging, lots of choreography.
See it if ...you like great sound design, and like a well-told story.
Don't see it if ...you don't like one-person shows that have a tendency to not trust their material enough to tell it simply.
See it if you like well-constructed, superbly-acted, fairly traditional plays.
Don't see it if ...you want to see a more highly-theatrical production, or something experimental, or boundary-pushing.
See it if you see a classic musical lovingly staged, with great acting and singing, and what an amazing set!
Don't see it if you don't like musicals.
See it if You love inventive theater similar to fellow Brown/Trinity Rep grads, Fiasco Theater (Roundabout's "Into The Woods").
Don't see it if You don't like non-traditional ways of presenting a theatrical story.
See it if you like brilliant staging, acting, and writing.
Don't see it if ...you don't like everything that is special about theatre.
See it if Very funny script, great direction, and FANTASTIC acting. Brigit Huppuch is a marvel, as always.
Don't see it if You hate great acting, female actors, great writing, um....and great theatre.
See it if you like great acting -some really wonderful performances, intelligent direction, great staging.
Don't see it if you don't like inferior Shakespeare works. Legitimate argument to be made that all the effort might be better spent on new works.