See it if you think that making Julius Caesar into Trump is incredibly brilliant, and a nude bathtub scene the height of wit.
Don't see it if you don't want to watch the always fabulous John Douglas Thompson struggle to give the evening some dignity and coherence.
See it if you want to see four superb actors in a very funny, imaginative followup to Ibsen's play, led by Laurie Metcalf as a hilarious Nora.
Don't see it if you have problems with anachronisms or with new takes on classic characters.
See it if you enjoy plays that are definitely "period pieces", especially one by J.B. Priestley which has neve been done in this country before.
Don't see it if you have no patience with old-fashioned plays that seem to have no relevance to our world today.
See it if you enjoy the leisurely pace of plays from a century ago, in an upper class British setting, exploring still valid relationship issues.
Don't see it if you only like contemporary, fast-moving plays.
See it if you want to see an interesting Arthur Miller play that is rarely performed.
Don't see it if you saw either the original production or any other major revivals because they were all better, and you will be disappointed.
See it if you want to see a brilliant, creative production of a rarely performed Eugene O'Neill play, featuring dazzling Obi Abili in the title role.
Don't see it if you are unable to listen to politically incorrect language and/or you only like lightweight fare.
See it if you don't want to miss a dazzlingly innovative staging of a rarely performed Eugene O'Neill play, anchored by an amazing Bobby Cannavale.
Don't see it if you don't like political theater or expressionistic directorial concepts.
See it if you want to see an offbeat slant on the feminist problem of balancing career and family plus a dazzling performance by Janie Dee
Don't see it if you don't want to see any more plays about the feminist problem of balancing career and family!
See it if you would enjoy seeing Sally Field do anything, no matter how misconceived or irritating.
Don't see it if you revere the genius of Tennessee Williams and especially this beautiful heart-breaking play.
See it if you want to see a revival in which the production concept and the leading lady's enriched performance are an improvement over the original.
Don't see it if you revere the Billy Wilder movie and don't want to endure mediocre music and banal lyrics layered on top of it!
See it if you want to see an extremely original musical based on "War and Peace", with a high-energy cast and an excellent performance by Josh Groban.
Don't see it if you only like traditional musicals, especially ones with beautiful tunes. This isn't one!
See it if you want to see an extraordinary cast of actors in a splendidly written play give a definitive performance of one of our greatest writers.
Don't see it if you don't want to deal with tension, conflict or emotional pain.
See it if you want to see some dazzling acting in a script which requires them to play the same characters across a span of 30+ years.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy observations about the life and times of the Baby Boomer generation.
See it if you are interested in seeing Diane Lane, John Glover, and other excellent actors struggling with an unnecessarily perverse production.
Don't see it if you have seen quite enough of directorial "concepts".
See it if you want to see an astonishingly timely play showing us why Donald Trump won this election.
Don't see it if you only like plays with no bitter conflict, no violence, and happy endings!
See it if you want to see good actors tackle difficult decadent material and make it funny at least some of the time.
Don't see it if you are unable to find humor in depravity and immorality, even when written and acted with skill.
See it if you love Horton Foote and you have never seen this early play, acted with enormous skill by a cast including Hallie Foote and Harriet Harris
Don't see it if you like plays to be relentlessly full of dramatic events and are unable to appreciate the quiet revelation of lives as they happen.
See it if you want to see a dazzling multi-faceted performance by Rachel Weisz and an excellent supporting cast.
Don't see it if you find self-absorbed, sanctimonious people irritating because the heroine is certainly both! As is the play.
See it if you are capable of appreciating really fine acting that doesn't involve catastrophic circumstances but just the challenges of daily living.
Don't see it if you always want adventure, action, and high drama.
See it if you like Conor McPherson so much that you even want to see his plays that don't work.
Don't see it if you have anything more exciting to do with 90 minutes of your life - theater or otherwise.
See it if you like leisurely plays with a period feel as long as they are well-acted and present characters that are interesting.
Don't see it if you really object to plays that are too long!
See it if you are a history buff who enjoys well acted true stories which are challenging and demand audience concentration and focus.
Don't see it if you have a low tolerance threshold for plays which are too long and move slowly.
See it if you like to see musicals that "break the mold", especially when the performers and stage direction are FABULOUS!
Don't see it if you only like fluffy, old-fashioned musicals and don't enjoy stretching your horizons in this area.
See it if you enjoy great singing and dancing - and especially imaginative choreography - in the service of a nice story of World War II vets.
Don't see it if you like musicals with cutting edge stories or old-fashioned romantic ones. This one is not in either mold.
See it if by all means if you have never seen Beckett, because Wiest's clear understanding of this difficult material clarifies what could be murky.
Don't see it if you only like lighter fare and don't want to be challenged.
See it if if you want to see a superb staging of an American classic with outstanding actors and, mercifully, no superimposed directorial "concept"!
Don't see it if you only like happy plays or edgy avant-garde plays. This is neither. It is just a classic example of a well-made play with a great story.
See it if if you love Sondheim, and you want to see an extraordinarily talented cast, in a stripped down production, focus on the words and music.
Don't see it if you don't like minimalist productions.
See it if you want to see a splendid stylish performance by Kevin Kline, with outstanding support from Kate Burton and Kristine Nielsen.
Don't see it if you know you don't enjoy Noel Coward or any drawing room comedy from that era.
See it if you appreciate a really different and emotionally moving story line, dazzling acting and singing, and a very original physical production.
Don't see it if you only like old fashioned traditional musicals.
See it if you enjoy a play which explores serious issues as well as familiar problems in family relationships, performed by a superb cast.
Don't see it if you just want to be entertained and not deal with anything heavy.
See it if you are already a C.S Lewis fan or if you are just interested in the nature of the journey which leads from atheism to religious faith.
Don't see it if you are allergic to the discussion of religion or don't like one-man shows.
See it if you want to see an inspiring, life-affirming true story told in a dazzlingly creative way by incredibly talented actors and musicians!
Don't see it if you are a confirmed cynic who is allergic to feel-good musicals even when they're true!
See it if you want to see a show with a good story (one with a plot line that is very unusual for a musical), cleverly staged and splendidly performed
Don't see it if you only like musicals about rich, beautiful attractive people.
See it if you want to see a rarely performed play by Corneille with a few outstanding performances and clever choices.
Don't see it if anachronistic translations drive you crazy, along with definitely uneven casting.
See it if you enjoy good writing, interesting situations and characters, and an unpredictable plot line, even if the play is too long.
Don't see it if you are allergic to actresses who substitute mannerisms for truthful human behavior. Just one can undermine everyone else's work!
See it if you are able to enjoy pure silliness, executed by skillful actors, just for the purpose of entertainment.
Don't see it if you don't like Commedia dell'Arte and/or contemporary ad-libs.
See it if you want to see a first-rate cast, headed by the amazing Sutton Foster, in an inventive, thoroughly enjoyable revival.
Don't see it if you don't like revivals of old musicals.
See it if you want to hear one classic song after another performed by dazzling singer/actor/dancers, reminding us of what fun musical comedies can be
Don't see it if you don't like musical comedies.
See it if you enjoy serious theater with challenging themes - in this case racism that lies beneath the surface ready to explode at any time.
Don't see it if you go to the theater mainly for escape.
See it if you enjoy seeing an entire cast of brilliant musical theater performers do their thing, (together with one of the cleverest sets EVER!)
Don't see it if you don't want to see a musical about gay characters.
See it if you love Irving Berlin, tap dancing, and old fashioned musicals.
Don't see it if you insist that even musicals have a book with substance.
See it if you are a fan of the classic American musical and especially if you've seen "Hamilton". Dazzlingly talented cast!
Don't see it if you don't know musicals and therefore won't recognize musical references.
See it if you like musicals with a good story that have a serious plot but are still really entertaining.
Don't see it if you don't like pop/rock music or if you're a prude.
See it if you love a good story...especially the details of the life and work of a fascinating man and his music.
Don't see it if you don't like music, Jewish biographies, or one-man shows.
See it if you like serious, challenging plays about social and political issues that confront us by examining them in the context of individual lives.
Don't see it if you don't like dealing with traumatic experiences and anger.
See it if you enjoy seeing updating of plays to give them specific relevance to today's world situation, plus actors good enough to bring this off.
Don't see it if Updating annoys you and you can't deal with plays that are TOO LONG!
See it if you love old movies, if you love great tap-dancing and enjoy seeing incredibly versatile actor/singer/dancers taking on multiple roles.
Don't see it if you wouldn't be caught dead watching Turner Classic Movies!