See it if A wonderfully ambitious, absorbing, and moving exploration of how the world has changed for several generations of gay men.
Don't see it if The length will scare some people off, but if you binge Netflix, you will have no problem with this.
See it if An extremely enjoyable and intelligent play about Rupert Murdoch and the rise of populist tabloid journalism. Fast-paced, funny, and clever.
Don't see it if No reason not to see it. It is the story of two wildly ambitious men and the rise of populist journalism and politics. Very relevant story.
See it if The show blew me away. It exceeded the hype. Jeff Daniels is amazing. Aaron Sorkin's script is extraordinary — clever, poignant, and funny.
Don't see it if A show with universal appeal—people were sobbing by the end. The acoustics are not the best, so consider using the theater's headphones.
See it if You are looking for some light, upbeat entertainment. The script is often quite funny (if uneven). The show's selling point is its humor.
Don't see it if This is a middlebrow crowd-pleaser. It is entertaining but fairly forgettable. The script is uneven and the songs are very weak.
See it if The rare play that manages to be intelligent, thought-provoking, funny, AND very entertaining.
Don't see it if This should appeal to most theater audiences. I feared that an Albee play might be pretentious and slow, but it was very entertaining.
See it if You want to see one of the most riveting and breathtaking performances of the year from the incredible Denise Gough.
Don't see it if This is an intense play about addiction. It will make some people uncomfortable, but it is a profoundly moving and compelling drama.
See it if You love period dramas, gorgeous costumes & sets, Baroque music, countertenor arias, & Mark Rylance. You can overlook a very weak script.
Don't see it if You are looking for a cohesive narrative. It is fragmented and I found it painfully dull. You don't like countertenors or Baroque music.
See it if The show was fantastic. The singers were amazing, the songs were powerful, the story was compelling, and the choreography was great.
Don't see it if If you really dislike Alanis Morisette’s music or rock music, this is probably not for you. Also, the music does get loud at times.
See it if I strongly disliked the play. Fans of absurdist, confrontational theater might enjoy it. Some interesting ideas, but dreadful execution.
Don't see it if A convoluted mess. Raises some interesting ideas on race and identity, but they are lost as the play descends into absurdist farce.
See it if The show is amazing. The songs are great. The singing and choreography are fantastic. The sets are incredible. A joyous spectacle.
Don't see it if If you don't like campy, over-the-top musicals or pop music. It is sexy in a burlesque way, but I didn't find it gratuitous.
See it if A high-energy spectacle. Great score and cast. Aaron Tveit & Karen Olivo are fantastic. The sets are amazing. A joyous night at the theater.
Don't see it if A smart, joyous crowd-pleaser that should have wide appeal. But if you hated the movie (or pop musicals), it may not be for you.
See it if You enjoy slow, reflective character studies. The show explores everyday people and their longing for connection and love.
Don't see it if This is a very slow, reflective show. It is essentially a play with music. If you want a high-energy Broadway show, this may not be for you.
See it if This show is 90 minutes of pure joy. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The cast and staging are wonderful and the score is amazing.
Don't see it if If you don't like musical theater, this probably is not the show for you.