See it if you love theater that explores the infinite space between lovers and friends, and envelops you in a sweet and quirky song of loneliness.
Don't see it if you are looking for an action packed plot, or if a couple of slightly saccharine moments ruin a play for you.
See it if you are in the mood for "Broadway" with a capital B; you are taking kids to see a show; you are in the mood to be wowed.
Don't see it if you're in the mood for a more serious drama; big budget Broadway makes you roll your eyes.
See it if you are an ERS fan; you are willing to be taken for a exhilarating and sometimes confusing ride; you don't need plays to make perfect sense.
Don't see it if you want it to be a straightforward adaptation of Faulkner; you don't have good eyesight (the font for supertitles is TINY); you hated GATZ.
See it if you like intellectual theater, you are interested in Christian theology.
Don't see it if strong acting and writing without a compelling story to support them are not enough of a reason for you to see a play.
See it if you love stories of small, everyday human heartbreaks; watching plays that feel like novels; you want a masterclass in acting from Mr. Maher
Don't see it if you hate hyper realistic dialogue; want a plot driven story; get bored by slow, character driven stories.
See it if you are down for whatever happens; you like to laugh; you like sometimes sloppy but usually fun antics.
Don't see it if you are looking for a polished comedy; you can't deal with audience/performer interactions; you're in the mood for something serious.
See it if you're an artist who's suffered failure and writer's block; you like daring theater that's trying something new; you're a Rachmaninoff fan.
Don't see it if you like your musical theater straightforward and do not appreciate experimental approaches; you are an orthodox classical music lover.