See it if you likes themes of Americana evoked by Bob Dylan music.
Don't see it if you are not open to a show that can neither be defined as a jukebox musical or a play with music.
See it if you enjoy the way Letts crafts three dimensional characters through specificity and how Neugebauer can endow a gesture with meaning.
Don't see it if you don’t like dramas or must root for the protagonist.
See it if you want to see a new frontier in theatrical staging.
Don't see it if you are offended by excessive nudity and violence.
Also these are images that will haunt a lifetime.
See it if you enjoy O'Neill's spiraling, depressive world-view executed with great finesse.
Don't see it if you cannot sit through a heavy, deeply dramatic, four hour non-musical.
See it if you know you enjoy Stoppard or have an open and willing mind to engage with absurdist theatre.
Don't see it if you just like to be entertained or don’t think you should have to “work” to enjoy a play.
See it if you must see the puppet. And I’ll admit, it is worth seeing.
Don't see it if you are satisfied with seeing video of the puppet. There is NOTHING else worthwhile to see here.
Also thank u, next.
See it if you have experience on or backstage with classical theater.
Don't see it if you are not at all interested in Shakespeare or gender-identity in casting.
Also McTeer and Harner elevate a first draft script.
See it if you think LGBT folk, Indians, Judaism, or dwarfism make great punchlines and female characters' sole purpose is to romantically match w/ men
Don't see it if you enjoy theatre.
See it if you’d like to support the communities involved in the ensemble (though a monetary donation is probably a better idea).
Don't see it if you’re expecting to see an entertaining, cohesive production.