See it if an interesting play about interesting characters makes you want to venture out to experience live theater.
Don't see it if riveting performances by theater veterans just doesn't interest you into journeying to a theater.
See it if enjoy seeing one actor creating an entire world on a completely blank stage forcing you to use your imagination successfully.
Don't see it if you cannot appreciate the artistry that it takes to create this beautifully brilliant one person play.
See it if you find it interesting to have the playwright star in her own play as the lead character.
Don't see it if a story about a Christian Iraqi refugee, born in Mosul but now living in New York who celebrates Christmas just doesn't interest you.
See it if insighttful drama interest you and also if you are a fan of Kerry Washington.
Don't see it if you are a Republican, believe in EXTENDED white privilege, and live in a insulated America.
See it if theatrical surprise is something you relish in your life.
Don't see it if you aren't open to opening you mind up to the possibility of looking at the world in a very different way
See it if you just had to catch up with Ruben Studdard & Clay Aiken 15 years later after seeing them on the TV show American Idol.
Don't see it if you were able to get tickets to any other musical on Broadway.
See it if you wanted to spend some time seeing actor Gordon Clapp act. Yes, I have missed not seeing on the canceled TV show NYPD Blue.
Don't see it if you were expecting a polished production with a serious subject matter.
See it if you find the opportunity to see Tyne Daly and her bother actor Tim Daly an opportunity not to be missed.
Don't see it if you are NOT a fan of playwright Theresa Rebeck. Only a fan of the playwright could love this DARK tale.
See it if theater delving into modern day issues interest you.
Don't see it if WHITE PRIVILEGE AND MALE PRIVILEGE are your thing. You will surely find that you are unable to relate to these two characters
See it if interesting theater is something you are passionate about.
Don't see it if you are a TRUMP WORSHIPING MAGA hat wearing CONSERVATIVE Republican as you will not like the message.
See it if you are jonesing for a fix of Naomi Jones on stage, but know that she doesn’t sing a note in this production.
Don't see it if you are expecting to ride the rollercoaster pictured on the cover of the playbill, because this carnival ride gets stuck on the tracks.
See it if you are a fan of Jason Robert Brown’s talented work.
Don't see it if you were expecting a Jason Robert Brown Musical Review with some tying together theme to it, because that ain’t whacha will be getting.
See it if you enjoy a good story with characters unfamiliar to you and yet you discover something interesting about yourself that you never realized.
Don't see it if a smart play about the chance at a better life just doesn’t interest you.
See it if you believe in a world where the freedom of ideas and speech are as important to you as breathing.
Don't see it if you want to continue to live in a world where censorship rules and burying your head in the sand is how you survive.
See it if you are looking for a play that skims the surface of numerous relevant issues but never gets quite deeper than that.
Don't see it if you are looking for a play that really says something important about the world we live in. It doesn’t stay around long enough to invest in.
See it if you are hungering for some good old fashion story telling by a very talented story teller/actress, being Sharon Washington.
Don't see it if a riveting one person show about a colorful life growing up here in New York City is not your theater forte.
See it if your curiosity about Disney’s newest Broadway musical is keeping you up at night.
Don't see it if if you are able to get reasonably priced tickets to any of the following musicals: Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, The Band’s Visit, The Book of
See it if you are longing to see Debra Monk back on the stage.
Don't see it if if a play about a feisty down syndrome character who is smarter than her two non-down syndrome siblings doesn’t sound interesting.
See it if you are a fan of David Rabe’s plays.
Don't see it if sitting through a slow moving play with a running time of two hours and forty five with only one intermission isn’t your idea of a good time
See it if a modern day take on the struggle of old school vs. new school’s vision of the best path for women is the right one.
Don't see it if a the battle between old school and new school notions of a woman’s place in the world isn’t something you find interesting.
See it if you are seeking a new theatrical experience that will teach you something you didn’t already know about the world and playwright Eve Ensler.
Don't see it if real world knowledge delivered in a theatrical setting is not your thing.
See it if taking a trip back in time to the "gay days" of the 1960's and experience an typical gay party and all its delicious mayhem. Ready? Good!
Don't see it if you have no personal reference, interest, or insight into the gay experience, because this play will blow your socks off - sexually speaking
See it if you are interested in seeing Eddie Falco light the stage on fire in a tour-de-force role you would not expect.
Don't see it if an interesting play about a political woman played with brilliance by Eddie Falco just doens't excite your intellect.
See it if you love Cher or anything about the woman- fashion, music, celebrity
Don't see it if the thought of a musical about a powerfully charismatic woman doesn't send tingles down your spine.
See it if you enjoy being TORTURED!!!
Don't see it if you have ANYTHING better to do - from including cleaning out old grease traps, mouse traps, or declogging the guest bathroom toilet.
See it if you are a little girl of six or seven years old. You'd have to be this young to actually enjoy it.
Don't see it if you loved the 1997 animated film and were interested in comparing the two art forms.
See it if family dysfunction mixed with a cancer patient is something you have been dying (pun intended) too see.
Don't see it if you can get tickets to Network.
See it if experiencing the mastery craft of theater is your thing. This production is WONDERFUL at every turn, especially because of Laura Benanti!!
Don't see it if classic musical theater is not your cup of tea.
See it if you enjoy experiencing the work of Stephen Sondheim being butchered. There are so many chops and edits, you can't help being disappointed.
Don't see it if you were BLOWN AWAY by the 2012 Center Center production headed by Colin Donnell, Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
See it if WEIRD is your thing, because there is PLENTY of WEIRD in this two hour and 45 minute production on a relatively sparse stage.
Don't see it if a WEIRD 2 hour and 45 minute play on a relatively sparse stage that will leave you scratching your head is just not your cup of tea.
See it if you want to have a wonderful experience attending a musical story about people on the other side of the other side of the world.
Don't see it if a quirky funny heart-warming musical about two different groups of people finding out how more alike than different they are bores you.
See it if a well written dramatic play about a family of immigrants living in London who are grappling with the effects of Islamophobia.
Don't see it if you are not open to experiencing a well written play about a family of Muslims.
See it if you are hungering for a comedy (written with modern day voice) set in the 18th century containing a low brow vaudevillian sensibility.
Don't see it if if a comedy set the 18th century about crafty, self-made colonial American capitalist doesn’t first appeal to your innate curiosity, SKIP IT
See it if a well written, acted and imaginatively envisioned play is what makes you get up out of your home and come to the theater.
Don't see it if you think a interesting play about the ivory trade doesn’t affect your life in any way, shape, or form. You surprisingly would be wrong.
See it if you are feeling nostalgic to see that 1989 tony award winning musical.
Don't see it if if you were expecting the same level of depth of performance of that 1989 Broadway production, as you will be disappointed.
See it if a quaint story about making a special connection with someone makes you feel good about life.
Don't see it if experiencing a play about later life romance blossoming make your heart turn cold.
See it if watching a mash-up a several different episodes of The Jerry Springer Show MUSICALIZED has always been a fantasy of yours.
Don't see it if the shenanigans of trash TV talk shows doesn’t ring your theatrical bell.
See it if you are feeling nostalgic for a vaudeville revue that your grandparents used to tell you about.
Don't see it if a hodgepodge of musical numbers from old Broadway musicals that should NEVER be revived isn’t your cup of tea.
See it if you enjoy badly written two-characters plays with a storyline so ridiculous that the TV show Scandal wouldn’t even touch it.
Don't see it if if you have ANYTHING better to do than to waste 90 minutes of your time sitting in an uncomfortable seat, feeling trapped and full of regret