See it if You want to see a masterwork by a forgotten master. Like theater that features a diverse, all-female cast.
Don't see it if You're some kinda misogynist, don't like walking around the theater, need something straightforward.
See it if You like Alanis Morissette. You enjoy jukeboxes. You like your musical theater fare to be contemporary and with music that sounds modern.
Don't see it if You don't want to deal with modern problems, have no patience for (mostly) white families being self-destructive, don't like jukeboxes.
See it if You like Irish humour, want a dark story told in interesting ways, and some complicated characters.
Don't see it if You don't like gallows humor, unusual storytelling styles, or furniture on stage.
See it if You want a non-traditional, lushly scored chamber musical with deep emotional waves.
Don't see it if You need something more traditional. You don't like chamber shows. You need more than 2 people in the cast.
See it if You like to see Shakespeare done-up in the best way Shakespeare can with some amazing performances.
Don't see it if You aren't willing to stick out a 2.5 hour Shakespearean comedy.
See it if You want to see newer, brighter takes on Shakespeare. Also Glenda Jackson.
Don't see it if You don't like more imagistic, less naturalistic takes on Shakespeare. And if you can't handle 3.5 hours of straight material.
See it if You want lushly realized, very well-staged musical classics.
Don't see it if You want the sexual and gender politics to be up to date, because albeit one coup d'theatre, it may go over older people's heads.
See it if You want intelligent, thoughtful meditations on deep sociocultural traumas embedded in us all.
Don't see it if You need very linear, very clear theater and have no patience for philosophical discourse or metatheatrics
See it if You like deeply strange, unusual takes on social power structures.
Don't see it if You get frightened or have no patience for absurdist, Pirandello-ish imagery
See it if You enjoy socially relevant, irreverent, no-punches-pulled theater with a zany, diverse score.
Don't see it if You like your theater more entertaining than socially conscious or have little patience for fringey, experimental work.
See it if You enjoy genre theater, want to see a play written by a fresh, deeply original voice.
Don't see it if The play kinda suffers from a lot of ambition and ideas but too little dramaturgical space, albeit great performances and direction.
See it if You want an epic masterstroke from a writer of uncompromising ambition, from a director with a truly, deeply loving staging.
Don't see it if You need something short. You have issues with gay stories (it's 2019, you should fucking not). You have no patience.
See it if You want to see a treasure of Yiddish theater restored.
Don't see it if You need English. Or something more mature - it's essentially Jewish Cinderella.
See it if You like Lucas Hnath. You're very patient and are willing to wait for a payoff.
Don't see it if You dislike extra characters and overwriting. You can't handle being messed with by a play.
See it if You like Great Actors Acting Well, love great writing and smart direction.
Don't see it if You don't like one-man shows. You have little heart. Need a bigger scope in terms of cast and set and storytelling.
See it if You want really different, really fascinating theater.
Don't see it if You need something purely linear or straightforward. This is Mac Wellman, y'all, prepare for some joyous weird.
See it if You like confrontational, funny, uncompromising theater.
Don't see it if You have issues with (very minor) audience participation, nudity, or blunt language about race and sex.
See it if You want to see relentless comedic tour-de-force acting and writing making you endlessly tickled yet scared.
Don't see it if You don't like gore. Or sex.
See it if You want to see a very good example of how to adapt a rich source material into a faithful adaptation.
Don't see it if The musical kept feeling like it was holding it's breath but never letting go - the moments that should have taken us away didn't happen.
See it if You enjoy great writing, deeply experimental yet accessible theater, and incredible staging.
Don't see it if You don't like a capella musicals, need a lot of plot to sustain your interest, prefer period over contemporary pieces.