See it if You don’t mind Shepard’s dark vision which seems to still be bearing fruit in Trump’s America.Surprising insights into developers.
Don't see it if If you looking for light entertainment.
See it if You enjoy good singing; stories about boys school and sexual awakening.
Don't see it if You are interested in real depth in terms of playwrighing. If you mind cliche treatment of subject. .
See it if You are invested in issues of global warming with all that entails; if you want a whimsical look at Dionysus et al. saving the planet.
Don't see it if You don’t want to laugh about serious issues with an absurd plan to rescue us from our worst selves.
See it if You want a riveting experience, would love to see it again with iconic Glenda Jackson. Smart intuitive direction dark issues,black humor .
Don't see it if You want light entertainment that never touches on dark issues.
See it if You are concerned with issues of sexual misconduct, harassment, false allegations and the reputations of unwitting participants,
Don't see it if If you aren’t open to all the possibilities of the discussion about these so present and pressing conversations.
See it if You enjoy writing that gingerly references classical literature i.e. The Scarlet Letter, that brings a modern twist to an old story
Don't see it if You have no interest in thinking about painful issues like abortion or unlawful imprisonment and a justice system gone awry.
Also Don't see it if you're looking for light entertainment
See it if you want to see something that suggests multi generational thinking in caricature; ok with highly dysfunctional characters in 2017 setting.
Don't see it if Are looking for quick paced theatre; very slow.
See it if Are an out of owner looking for spectacle and broad acting.
Don't see it if You're used to really intelligent musicals with something interesting to say.
See it if You want to engage in the discussion about the black man's position in the ladder of success. See great ensemble work, masterful writing.
Don't see it if The subject doesn't interest you, or want pure entertainment without thought.
See it if Want to see an interesting use of the stage with a solid acor, Pierce and strong supporting actors.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a play about an ageing gay man who is still looking for a love connection or not.
See it if You want a glimpse into one possible future regarding attitudes about sex as industry and trafficking. Want to see a stellar performance.
Don't see it if You don't like one person shows. If you are prudish about discussion of sex.
See it if You are a fan of history and can't get enough, or if you don't know history and you want a fresh perspective: if you want to be moved.
Don't see it if If you want the same old thing in musicals
See it if You believe that Matthew Broderick can delve deeper into character, want an enjoyable , engaging theatre experience with a few surprises.
Don't see it if Aren't interested in the struggles of priests and grieving men.want a passive experience.
See it if You don't mind screwball farcical comedy, if you want to be entertained with Greek references, smart writing.
Don't see it if If you hate farce
See it if fresh look at Streetcar, with Blanche at the center instead of Stanley as an equal contentious cunning adversary. Love Gillian Anderson
Don't see it if You love the original and you expect Brando. Aren't looking for a modern rendition of a great old play,heavy handed direction without nuance
See it if want to be totally engaged with a seductive look at the dark side of humankind, want to be thoroughly entertained, to think and reflect.
Don't see it if you do not want to think about Holocaust themes, decadence in Germany during the Nazi regime, issues which may be coming back to haunt us.
See it if you loved Constellations, four skillful actors playing 21 people, want to engage, challenging thoughtful material.
Don't see it if you want something light; if you like big staging or don't want to work while you watch. You didn't like Constellations.
See it if you love Sam Rockwell and Nina Arianda and will see any Sam Shepard play no matter what.
Don't see it if if you love Sam Shepard's writing, hope for great directing of this classic Shepard play, or if you are expecting Nina as Venus in Furs.
See it if you are moved by the plight of autoworkers in a decaying system; underclass versus the unseen oppressor, new perspective of age old issues.
Don't see it if you lack empathy, don't want to be confronted with issues of the working class, expect to be amused.
See it if like drama that goes against expectations; isn't cliche, well acted and surprising in plot development and great use of the stage.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with some nudity; cannot deal with issues of post partum depression, uncomfortable family issues. Huge metaphors.
See it if Becoming an old standby for visitors to New York, good spectacle with catchy music and some resonant ideas on being different.
Don't see it if You don't like a lot of spectacle, music and production. If you prefer intimate theatre, this is not for you.
See it if You are interested in political and social implications of modern day antisemetism and authoritarianism; broader implications for the US.
Don't see it if You don't want to be in the midst of loud party scenes, use of puppets to explain history, overly long to get to a rousing finale.
See it if you are interested in an aspect of American racism in boxing, love good writing and wonderful staging, Want to be enveloped in the moment.
Don't see it if Are uncomfortable with discussion of racism in America; surrealistic fight scenes with sound, or you want a light frothy play with no depth.
See it if want an experience of theatre allows you to consider the questions posed and point of view; as viewer you are a factor in the final outcome
Don't see it if you do not want to deal with philosophical issues of the church or potential interference by priests; or if you just want to be amused.
See it if You want to be inside the show and enjoy when the design reaches into the audience. Masterful puppetry,animal personification is alluring.
Don't see it if You are unwilling to go with a fantasy, allegory about the lion family.if you don't like big musicals with animals.
See it if you are addicted to your phones and computers or know someone who is and want a heady acapella entertainment.
Don't see it if You don’t care about technological addiction, don’t like acapella singing.
See it if You loved The Father are not daunted by difficult subjects of aging,loss, adultery, and mental breakdowns.Provocative play challenges viewer
Don't see it if You want to see something easy and perfectly clear cut; don’t want to be confused or questioning.
See it if You love Athol Fugard and are eager to confront issues of class and race; want to truly think about the plight of the impoverished.
Don't see it if If you want light entertainment that makes you feel good when you leave the theatre. No toe tapping here but great acting.
See it if You want to hear a very loud band tell the story of the romance of the leads in the band, you don’t care about storyline or play.
Don't see it if If you expect a cohesive play with music; this is a performance which holds very little interest after the initial few minutes
See it if You are concerned with responsibility for environmental disasters,want to see relevant theatre which is thoughtful, great acting
Don't see it if If you just want light entertainment when you go to the theatre
See it if You believe diverse people are able to make connections, like middle eastern music, love watching plays that appeal to your senses.
Don't see it if You are cynical and don't believe in the brief magic of good theatre.
See it if You like plays that deal with women aging and all the issues that emerge with her invisability in other's minds. Irrelevancy!
Don't see it if You cannot find humour in a tough subject.
See it if You love Athol Fugard's brilliant and provocative subjects of whites and blacks in South Africa, class wars and apartheid. Powerful!
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with confrontation between blacks and whites or if you are looking for light breezy fare.
See it if You are interested in unsung heroines who contributed to music history; you want to enjoy some great southern singing and a slice of history
Don't see it if You don't care for gospel music, aren't interested in her story.
See it if You don't mind seeing something which may have been relevant 20 years ago, if you have money to burn.
Don't see it if You saw it when it first came out years ago and was fresh. You don't want a play to hammer you over and over to drive the point home.
See it if Are interested in theatre that poses questions about equal opportunities in the workplace for men and women. Good direction, lively dialogue
Don't see it if If cursing offends you or if you aren't interested in this subject matter. You didn't like Glengarry Glen Ross.
Also Nice surprise!
See it if You want to go back in time to hear the impact of Dick Gregory 's words in the 1960's so fitting for this moment in time. Stellar Joe Morton
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with confrontation about black and white racist attitudes in the U.S. If you don't want to think!!
See it if You like Laurie Metcalf, she saves the day.
Don't see it if If you read the book or loved the film, don't waste your time
See it if You liked the direction of The Royale, want to see something fresh, engaging and pure delight.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, don't come to the theatre to engage or be entertained.
See it if you want to peek in on an intergenerational conversation about life, budding love, expectations met and hoped for, at the beach.
Don't see it if You want big sets and production, linear story with a happy ending. You don't want to think about the meaning of relationships old and young
See it if You want to see a play exploring the world of a coma victim, another dysfunctional family with ethnic,class and racial concerns, good acting
Don't see it if you don't want to hear preachy speeches in German, you expect logical movement towards a conclusion, sense of purpose or cohesiveness.
See it if want to see great playwriting which keeps you actively engaged; with electrical connections between actors and imaginative staging.
Don't see it if You do not want to think or be challenged by fast paced drama with comedic undertones or plays about the variations within relationships.
See it if you want a newish view of an old standby; Michael Shannon in another stellar performance; Jessica L renders a fresh view as the lonely wife.
Don't see it if this stellar cast doesn't excite you, don't want to see another Irish play about drugs, alcohol, isolation and a dysfunctional family blame.
See it if You like Tim Daly, wonderful set design by Neil Patel, you don't mind predictable futuristic theme suggesting future environmental disaster.
Don't see it if You don't mind use of phoney British accents to mask bad writing and stilted acting, non PC themes. You need more than a beautiful set.
See it if You are willing to enter the mind of Lear-like character, appreciate a brilliant performance, fresh approach to Alzheimers.
Don't see it if You are looking for light fare or want to be a passive viewer, don't want to think about Alzheimer's, aging,loss, parent-child relationship.
See it if You can easily understand working class British English, you can appreciate the plight of overworked factory workers and their comraderie.
Don't see it if You cannot empathise with working class heroes, don't understand British working class speech or references; you prefer light fare.
See it if love Larry David no matter what he does, if you have never seen good theatre, like farce.
Don't see it if want a real theatre experience or if you think this will be like Curb Your Enthusiasm or Seinfeld, or want to really laugh.
See it if are open to discussion of depression and it's vey dark nature; want to see good direction, acting and writing.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with nudity, talk of depression, mental illness, drug trials and their effects or if you want something light.
See it if You enjoy being captive for 1 hour 45 minutes with no intermission, listening to confused voice overs and sitting in the dark, listening.
Don't see it if You want theatre to engage you fully.