See it if you like a good story with multiple plots that draw you in from the beginning then take you on a wild ride
Don't see it if you dislike dark themes and disturbing props for interaction among the characters
See it if you like shows about a relationships that at first is secret and then something is revealed that changes everything
Don't see it if This play is tries to tackle specific themes and gets a little boring because the plot points are so obvious.
See it if you want to understand the history of theatre from a real professional. If you're in the industry I think you'll like it.
Don't see it if you don't like theater in the round or a thrust stage and it's really just a little too long (almost two hours) and there is no intermission
See it if You enjoy love stories that don't make sense and noisy conversations
Don't see it if you don't want to see 90-minutes drag on for 3-hours with animals and babies used as gimmicks
See it if you want to watch two characters go from nothing in common to everything in common
Don't see it if you want to see real insights into human hearts and a show with little or no sexual talk.
See it if you care about refugees and want to see a true story by refugees from many different countries
Don't see it if you like a defined separation between the audience and the performer, it takes a little getting used to
See it if You want to see a play with good music and you're interested in race and sexuality.
Don't see it if you expect the show to be about the music only cause it's a lot more than that for sure
See it if you want to see a Shakespeare production and you are a misfit of sorts and love theatre
Don't see it if you like to participate in the show or and get the ebbie gibbies easily
See it if you enjoy immersive productions or you like a party and enjoy musicals
Don't see it if you don't like participating or you are intimidated by dancing and moving with strangers
See it if you like Carole King and her music and you want to know a little bit more about her in an entertaining musical format
Don't see it if you don't like Carol King's music or the subliminal feminist messages.
See it if you'd like a recap of Irving Berlin's music, life and career, then it's worth it
Don't see it if you like biographies with lots of drama, I found it kind of dull
See it if you want to see a show about the effect that infidelity has on relationships in our society
Don't see it if you dislike minimal productions with tedious conversations that are repeated among the characters
See it if you want to see a portrayal about Beckett by a fabulous actor, it's personal and intimate
Don't see it if you consider contemplating Beckett boring, even with great acting and delivery
See it if if you like unpredictable endings, it's a little slow to start, but things pick up near the end
Don't see it if if you looking for a typical Broadway show, it only runs a little over an hour
See it if you love love the Boss and his music and don't mind him talking a lot
Don't see it if you are trained opera singer, the harmonies seemed off when he sang to his woman
See it if you liked the movie and just have to see it on stage.
Don't see it if you want to see something unpredictable and moving, it is geared for a younger audience
See it if you like a simple story with great acting. It's thought-provoking and well-written.
Don't see it if you think about shows for weeks afterwards or you just don't like to leave a show feeling upset.
See it if you want to see a quirky, but well crafted play, about the dangers of living in a world that you've created, be careful what you ask for.
Don't see it if you are more interested in a coherent play that has something new to say and does it with imaginative characters
See it if you want to just get and be entertained by good choreography, voices and costumes
Don't see it if you don't like old fashioned shows, or want something cutting edge with more depth
See it if your interested in new ways to deliver an overall plot into a cohesive presentation of challenging contemporary issues
Don't see it if you prefer comedy or a play with a single linear plot to multiple one-act plays and soliloquies.
See it if you want to see great actors give great performances in a funny entertaining show that is also timely and topical
Don't see it if you aren’t interested in a show presenting arguments or judging both sides of a debate
See it if you like stories about ordinary people with a flair for the extravagant
Don't see it if you don't like loud music shows that are little bit silly with have lots of moving parts
See it if You're in the mood for a dark comedy about Christmas and enjoy dark humor mixed in with some pretty serious drama.
Don't see it if you're looking for something lighthearted and you don't like shows with very challenging material
See it if you're looking for a straightforward drama that goes a bit out of the box with its references to nudity, drug use and violence.
Don't see it if you are looking for a antiseptic upbeat New York show, or just want to unwind.
See it if you want a story of the history of race in America and neither side is really all right or all wrong.
Don't see it if you you are looking for something upbeat and don't want think about our culture, race or classes in society.
See it if you can get tickets and can stomach the cost and crowds
Don't see it if you are intent on hearing and analyzing every word because I couldn't always understand the lyrics
See it if You looking for a fun night, with something quirky, a delightful cast of characters. It's a mixed bag and unexpected
Don't see it if You can't stand morality lessons or stories about homosexuality. You'll need to be chilled for this one
See it if you like a well packaged performances, direction and design. The music was good, but not integrated in the libretto very well
Don't see it if you don't like music concert - music theater hybrids or you dislike shows that feature a political aspect.
See it if you like multiple stories, wrapped up in one. I found the staging and direction to be a little strange and I like that
Don't see it if you have no desire to see an all but dying American culture, or the patience to sit through the inevitable
See it if you are anxious to support accessible theater, interested in diverse topics
Don't see it if you want to avoid depressing stories and are expecting a play actually geared toward deaf audience
See it if you like sci-fi flicks, lived in the 50s and can live with the good and the not so good parts
Don't see it if you don't like shows that need some work. There are some good moments in this show