See it if you are interested in a new frontier in musical theatre form, queer representation, black representation, or autobiographical work.
Don't see it if you’re a prude or your empathy is off.
See it if you see everything.
Don't see it if you have access to a different air-conditioned space.
Also lovely actors, but this two hour cliche cannot be saved.
See it if you have any appreciation for Shakespeare, or, you know what? Theatre.
Don't see it if N/A
Also brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.
See it if you would like to see two perfectly matched performers in a two-hander.
Don't see it if you're not down for an extended, fully nude sequence.
See it if you are willing to derive catharsis from aesthetics, not narrative.
Don't see it if you are brainwashed into American theatrical conventions.
See it if you love marionettes.
Don't see it if comfortable seats matter to you.
Also if this had been 30 minutes in total, it would’ve been perfect.
See it if you enjoy the way Hnath can superimpose his big ideas onto characters you recognize.
Don't see it if you’re hoping to see idiosyncratic impersonations of the Clintons.