See it if you enjoy straight plays, fine acting and the work of Lanford Wilson. Adam Driver gives a performance that is memorable.
Don't see it if you don't like talking plays that are slow. The play is long but only starts to slightly drag towards the end of the second act.
See it if you would like to see a clever take on the constitution, what it means and the role it has played in terms of female rights.
Don't see it if you are expecting a traditional play.
See it if you simply feel like having fun at the theater. While the second act is a mess, the staging, costumes and performances are excellent.
Don't see it if you don't like tongue and cheek, commercial entertainment. The show is far from perfect but the good heavily outweighs the bad.
See it if you were a fan of the recent Roundabout production of She Loves Me. While the source material here isn't as strong, the two are similar.
Don't see it if you don't like very vanilla, dressed up old fashioned Broadway revivals.
See it if you want to see one of the best new plays of the season. The acting and staging are truly special.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy straight plays that run two hours and forty five minutes.
See it if you would like to see a masterful performance by the brilliant Glenda Jackson in a fresh staging of one of Shakespeare's master works.
Don't see it if you do not like long plays. The first act runs two hours and the entire play takes about 3:45. It’s a very slow burn.
See it if you love the work of Hawke, Dano or Sheppard.
Don't see it if you are looking for something that doesn't feel like an acting exercise in scene study class.
See it if you love good acting, great storytelling and appreciate fine writing. Fierstein's script is heartfelt and as powerful as ever.
Don't see it if you don't like plays or stories about love and relationships.
See it if you like Cher, or simply want to leave the theater smiling.
Don't see it if you dislike jukebox musicals or simply prefer things with a more serious side.
See it if you want to see the best play of the new century. The play is epic. It should not be missed. This play will be remembered for a lifetime.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy longer works like O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh.
See it if you haven't yet. Chicago has become a rite of passage when it comes to Broadway.
Don't see it if you prefer more of a classical musical like My Fair Lady or Hello, Dolly or do not particularly care for the music of Kander and Ebb.
See it if You want to be taken away by a beautiful story and wonderful songs. One of the best revivals Broadway has seen in years.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Ahrens and Flaherty.
See it if The heart of the show is in the right place. The problem becomes the execution. It starts to drag early and never recovers.
Don't see it if Don’t like one man shows with few characters and minimal set pieces
See it if you want to be dazzled by amazing choreography, complete spectacle and fine performances. Danny Burstein should finally receive his Tony.
Don't see it if you prefer more subtle theater, dislike the film or don't enjoy hearing over 80 songs mashed together. It's not for minimalists.
See it if you would like the chance to see two great actors give powerful performances in one of McNally's signature plays.
Don't see it if you don't like talking plays or shows that are more dialogue heavy.
See it if you want to see masterful performances, especially from Tracy Letts. His performance is stunning and Tony award worthy.
Don't see it if you don't care for Arthur Miller. That said, the acting is so stellar that seeing this would be worth the exception.
See it if you want to see Nathan Lane, Kristine Nielsen and Julie White turn in fine performances and if you enjoy avant grade type of productions
Don't see it if you don't enjoy lowbrow humor and highbrow talking points. While the play is noble in its attempt, it's still a noble misfire.
See it if you want to see the best new musical since Hamilton.
Don't see it if you dislike artistic musicals and prefer more lavish productions. Even so, this show should not be missed.
See it if you enjoy stagecraft and want to see the amazing work that takes place bring Kong to life.
Don't see it if you don't like cliched writing and songs. Besides the puppet and a few performances, there is not much else to see.
See it if you are the target demographic, enjoy original musicals or want to be surrounded by a group of the shows' "stans."
Don't see it if you like musicals that operate on a brisk pace or have trouble suspending your disbelieve.
See it if you want to see a play that believes it's making a grand statement when in fact, it's mostly on the nose dialogue.
Don't see it if you want to see a fresh or new take on the subject matter.
See it if you are a fan of the movie or enjoy the work of Ahrens and Flaherty.
Don't see it if you don't partially care for animated films being adapted for the Broadway stage.
See it if you like great singing and slow moving plays that do not feature a likable lead character.
Don't see it if you enjoy original pieces of work. The play is one cliche after another. It's attempting to be edgy when it plays like one big stereotype.
See it if you are a big Clay or Ruben fan, simple love kitsch or enjoy a cheesy holiday show.
Don't see it if you have high or legitimate expectations about the show being good. It has moments but it also has too many misses. 2nd act gets heavy.
See it if your child is Frozen obsessed.
Don't see it if you can see something else. The staging is weak and the film is better in every possible way.
See it if You are a fan of the show, a fan of LCT, the work of Barlett Sher or simply a fan of theater. The production is beautiful.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of the show many consider the most beloved musical of all time.
See it if You love British slapstick, no matter how poorly its performed.
Don't see it if You can get tickets for any other show besides Summer.
See it if You are a fan of the movie. The musical is pretty much a carbon copy. The leads however are both excellent.
Don't see it if You want to see something original or hear a score that you'll walk out singing.
See it if To Kill a Mockingbird reminds us why we fell in love with theater. Bridges deserves a Tony for his work.
Don't see it if Two and a half hour plays are not your scene.