See it if You enjoy an ensemble production featuring fresh new talent with tremendous potential. Great singing with some poignant moments. See it.
Don't see it if You are a stickler for consistency in dialect - I kept asking myself where these boys were from, the 60s,...50s? Anyway you will enjoy it.
See it if You enjoy immersive theatre that draws you in and forces you to think about our common humanity. I was deeply moved by this production.
Don't see it if You don’t want to be part of the set - the audience sits in the restaurant that becomes the central focus of the narrative.
See it if If you love Cole Porter and enjoy a simple plot line that makes fun of the obvious. Solid acting.
Don't see it if You don’t love Cole Porter. This show is Lso not for you if you would find a play that wants to be a musical annoying.
See it if You love Springsteen and know his music. This is not a concert. It’s a thoughtful and beautifully shared autobiogphay set to music.
Don't see it if You’re not a Springsteen fan. This show is for true fans. This isn’t a greatest hits concert. It’s a one man shoe.
See it if You are curious about Malcolm X and the other side of the civil rights movement. Well acted. Heavy topic thoughtfully presented.
Don't see it if You saw the movie and you thought it covered everything you needed to know. (Ha). Just see it.
See it if You enjoy one man shows. Some funny moments. Impressive delivery by Drew Droege - it’s like he knows this guy personally hmmm
Don't see it if Don’t enjoy gay stereotypes or bitterness. And you might be offended by the negativity towards black female celebrities. That was just odd.
See it if You enjoy a play that feels like a situational comedy that wants to convey a serious message.
Don't see it if You enjoy creative works that allow you to get absorbed and then surprised. This was too predictable and the acting felt forced.
See it if You are a nostalgic theatre goer who appreciates well written plays that allow actors to get truly absorbed in the characters.
Don't see it if You prefer your theatre done in modern day American and you don't care for British dry wit and words.
See it if Energetic and amusing dialogue delivered by an exceptional cast of actors is your idea of a good show.
Don't see it if You need an intermission or don't appreciate colorblind casting. But your loss because the young Miss Rashad is a consummate delight,
See it if You enjoy dark comedies about current political realities. This play addresses gun violence is a very direct and constructive way.
Don't see it if You don't like to mix politics with your entertainment. This show hits you over the head with its political perspective.
See it if You wish to experience the pain and suffering caused by sexual violence against women.
Don't see it if You are sensitive to the subject matter or find it difficult to sit for 90 minutes without an intermission.
See it if Would enjoy a serious play that doesn't take itself too seriously. Wonderful performances that took you there. A+
Don't see it if Need an intermission. Otherwise, there is no reason not to see this show.
See it if Love Josh Groban or you enjoy Russian literature and can't get enough of it on stage. Josh Groban doesn't disappoint.
Don't see it if You believed the critics who may have referred to this show as cthe best musical since Hamilton. It's not.
See it if You enjoy dramas and good dramatic acting.
Don't see it if You are not interested in seeing complex issues of race and class minimized by cliches.
See it if You were ever young and struggled wondering if you would ever find love. Relatable characters. Witty and relevant.
Don't see it if if you are offended by mature language.
See it if You would enjoy seeing a live stage version of the movie.
Don't see it if Courtroom dramas aren't your thing. You would prefer a modern and nuanced interpretation that is less dependent on the film script.
See it if You enjoy witty self-deprecating humor put to music in a somewhat interactive stand-up routine.
Don't see it if You are expecting a play. This is for those who enjoy edgy or loosely defined shows.
See it if Have teenagers and wish you knew how to relate to them as they struggle with stress, anxiety, and low self esteem. Very touching but slow.
Don't see it if You would not be able to relate to privileged kids on an expensive camping trip as therapy. Or You don't enjoy multimedia shows on stage.
See it if Enjoy a refreshing take on Shakespeare that comments on current electoral politics. It's all here. Great acting!!!
Don't see it if Think Shakespeare isn't relevant or you can't handle the truth.
See it if You enjoy original productions with exquisite storytelling.
Don't see it if You don't want to be in touch with your emotions or reflect on what brings you joy.
See it if You enjoy well developed characters who must grapple with life's challenges and uncertainties. Terrific cast.
Don't see it if Have no interest in the plight of factory workers, union politics or the changing economic landscape impacting blue collar workers in the US
See it if You read Orwell's Animal Farm and would enjoy learning about the writer's motivation.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in political commentary and have no idea who Orwell was.
See it if You enjoy period pieces that reflect on enourmous human tragedy and suffering. Slow start and long narratives caused a rushed ending.
Don't see it if You need an intermission and the persistence of happiness. The set was limited but still caused unnecessary delays during changes.
See it if If you’ve never heard of Bayard Rustin you will want to see this one man 50 minute play. Funds raised help support City Kids.
Don't see it if You need a well produced show. This little theatre runs on a tight budget. Also, there is no intermission.
See it if You loved Oklahoma and would enjoy seeing a fresh take that remains true to the original.
Don't see it if You are a musical theatre purist. There are some modern twists that may seem out of place to you.
See it if You love Ensler or enjoy one woman/man shows about personal journeys. This is a very intimate retelling of Eve’s compelling life story.
Don't see it if You need an intermission - this is 80 minutes of heavy. Also, don’t bring your squeamish partner. Bring an open minded friend.
See it if You love Tony Shaloub or you would enjoy a show that is as entertaining musically as it is fulfilling emotionally. I loved it!
Don't see it if You have problems with accents you need an intermission.
See it if You have never seen M.A.S.H. Or if ypu want to support a mostly female production tackling an important topic.
Don't see it if You dont enjoy shows about war and depression.
See it if Love old Hollywood and would enjoy seeing Glenn Close in an epic performance.
Don't see it if You need a show that isn't designed just for its star. Ms. Close is truly wonderful in this show but any scene without her seems dull.
See it if Read the book and enjoy experimental theatre.
Don't see it if You haven't read the book - it might be confusing and somewhat hard to follow if you aren't familiar with the story.
See it if You love musicals and are eager to support a hard working cast of seasoned and up and coming performers.
Don't see it if You're interested in strong plot lines, creative staging or unique set design. This set and the use of it reminded me of Color Purple.
See it if You've read and seen Hamlet. This is a bilingual and reimagined performance. Several strong actors. Terrific live music.
Don't see it if You've never seen Hamlet. You just won't get it.
See it if You would enjoy a play that is told in the first person narrative with a distinct cultural perspective.
Don't see it if You have trouble understanding British accents. The monologue is fast paced so you need to pay attention.
See it if You want to support young actors who truly love what they do.
Don't see it if You're a fan of Shakespeare and expect a traditional interpretation of Henry IV. This is a campy Rock/modern show.
See it if You would enjoy a compelling dramatic play told in the first person narrative. Powerful storytellling by terrific actors.
Don't see it if you dont like monologues or minimalist sets.
See it if You've always wanted to see an epic musical that disrupted Broadway and irrevocably changed our expectations for musicals.
Don't see it if You've memorized the songs, seen more previews than you ordinarily would and know all the dialogue. New cast does not have necessary swagger
See it if You love Kevin Kline and are excited for his return to Broadway. Great ensemble cast.
Don't see it if You think anything set in the 1930s is just too dated or you have no idea who Noel Coward is.
See it if You enjoy plays that seem to be about nothing until it hits you that it's about so many of the things you question in life.
Don't see it if If you think a 3 hour play is not for you or you wouldn't enjoy hearing a character speak in a foreign language without subtitles.
See it if Want to experience a show that takes you on a slow and sometimes circuitous journey through the Amazon.
Don't see it if You are a traditional Broadway fan. This will feel too experimental for you.
See it if You want to support young artists in their effort to share an all too familiar story about our common humanity. Nice ensemble.
Don't see it if You are not interested in experimental theatre and are intolerant of weak or cliched dialogue. Doesn't hit the mark.
See it if You think its time to have a serious piece that addresses the plight of the city's homeless community. This just isn't it.
Don't see it if You're put off by awkward dialogue, unimaginative staging and a show that can't manage to give any hope to any of its characters.
See it if You like original theatre productions with a historical context. Several funny moments but sometimes campy. Nice performance by the leads
Don't see it if You think rap history in the context of Vietnam and the fall of Saigon seems odd. Rated R for explicit language.
See it if You would enjoy a magic act that is primarily focused on card tricks.
Don't see it if You are unimpressed by card tricks - especially when those tricks don't workout. Just not enough here to hold a NY audience.
See it if You are nostalgic for this timeless classic.
Don't see it if You are tired of revivals and think Broadway producers need to take more chances on original work.
See it if Enjoy autobiographies about individuals facing and overcoming challenges. I kept thinking of Ray Charles. It just felt like that.
Don't see it if You need a show that's fully baked.