See it if You’re a fan of the series, obviously, but also if you like immersive fantasy.
Don't see it if You aren’t willing to go with crowd energy or you don’t enjoy spectacle.
See it if You want to watch Oscar Isaac act up a storm for 3 hours.
Don't see it if You want a traditional production, or a cohesive one, for that matter.
See it if You like seeing something you've never seen before and can get on board with extreme expressionism.
Don't see it if You're put off by experimental theater or you want a logical narrative.
See it if You love the show and want to see a fresh, moving take on it from two wonderful stars.
Don't see it if You don't like heady theater, or you've never liked that second act. It still drags.
See it if You want to see one of the best musicals staged in an intimate, exciting setting.
Don't see it if You get nervous or edgy easily--the space is tight.
See it if You enjoy creative staging and a totally new experience at the theater.
Don't see it if You don't like opera or sung-through shows.
See it if You love Hamilton and you want to see something gently making fun of it. You have a strong grasp of theater trivia.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy goofy offbeat parody. It definitely is over the top at times and not every joke lands.
See it if You like unconventional theater and don't mind a little experimental staging or audience participation.
Don't see it if You want a more structured, traditional narrative; you don't want to possibly be pulled on stage.
See it if You love brilliant, bold takes on classic stories. You enjoy lyrical folk music and beautiful acting/singing to accompany it.
Don't see it if You want a musical with a lot of dialogue or fast-moving plot. It's very mythic/epic.
See it if You want to watch Gillian Anderson tear the house down in a stunning performance.
Don't see it if You think Stanley should be sexy, not whiny and peevish. If you dislike bad Southern accents, this is not the play for you.
See it if You just want a fun night at the theater to enjoy in a community setting. Dinner theater without the dinner.
Don't see it if You want anything even remotely serious.
See it if You want a Gothic treatment with both starkness and surrealism mixed in. It's genuinely creepy and the acting is superb.
Don't see it if You find the play cardboard-y; there's no attempt to make the forward action more believable, just a full embrace of the allegory.
See it if You like Timothy Olyphant a whole lot and you're charmed by soft Southern accents. You want to see a combo of Justified and the Grinder.
Don't see it if You get easily bored or distracted -- it's long. Don't see it if the antics of a sad rich person are going to annoy you.
See it if You want to see an average book brought to life by an incredible cast, especially Cynthia Erivo. You want to weep and cheer in act 2.
Don't see it if You're put off by the misery glamour of Act 1.
See it if You want a tougher night at the theater than Matilda. You want to see Chekhov performed to its intentions.
Don't see it if You don't want to listen to Russian with English subtitles for three hours.
See it if You loved the movie and you want something family friendly. You want a totally feel-good musical.
Don't see it if You want something more substantial or serious.
See it if You like Matthew Morrison, who's great in it other than having to sing in a cartoonish Scottish accent.
Don't see it if You don't like fluffy, overwrought family dramas with boring music.
See it if You love epic stories and huge operatic musical numbers and you want to see a classic.
Don't see it if You don't like sung through musicals, you want to get home at a reasonable time, or you are bored by the flat characters.
See it if You don't mind edgy productions and you like the actors involved.
Don't see it if You love the book. This is one of those modern takes on it that tries to improve what's already perfect. It's also pretty lurid.
See it if You want to be completely overwhelmed by a stunningly funny Michael Urie, and you like farce.
Don't see it if You want something serious or easier to follow along with.
See it if You loved the movie or you like Sara Bareilles's songwriting. The 11 o clock number is truly spectacular.
Don't see it if You find corny depictions of the South boring and a little offensive. It's a little precious and tidy, too.
See it if You loved the movie or you love Phillipa Soo and wanted to see her in a bigger role.
Don't see it if You don't have a sweet tooth. It's very very precious and overwrought. The music is just okay.
See it if You liked the film and you want to see Corbin Bleu dance up a storm.
Don't see it if You don't like oldfashioned musicals or slow paced shows.
See it if You like unconventional approaches to theater and you enjoy a little challenge in figuring things out while you watch.
Don't see it if You want more traditional storytelling.
See it if You want to see a tour-de-force, cathartic performance from Carmen Cusack, and hear some very cool bluegrass orchestration.
Don't see it if You want music that will stay with you after the show. The younger romance feels flat and some of the timeline jumping feels haphazard.
See it if You like being the center of the action yourself. You're willing to commit and go along for the ride. You love interactive theater.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable with talking to strangers. (That's the whole night.) Also, don't think you'll be able to figure the mystery out.
See it if You like watching actors chew the scenery for many hours. Not really a bad thing, but everyone is at a level 10, other than the nice suitor.
Don't see it if You're not in the mood for something intense and depressing, or you want something more natural and less dated.
See it if You loved the film and/or you love Ben Walker, who is a total star in this. You love 80s references and black comedy/satire.
Don't see it if You get queasy easily or you don't like graphic sex and violence on Broadway. Or you're not ready for a slightly more emotional Bateman.
See it if You want to be completely charmed by wonderful chemistry between the two leads. And Jane Krakowski's splits!
Don't see it if You don't like romantic comedies/feel good light fare, or if you're looking for A Message.
See it if You like being immersed in an atmosphere rather than a plot. There's a flimsy narrative but it's unimportant. You like lush set pieces.
Don't see it if You roll your eyes easily. Lots of boring new agey sexuality conversation, plus the same seduction scene again and again.
See it if You want a feel-good show with some very catchy music. Expect to have some feelings.
Don't see it if You want something deeper or darker, or you've seen Billy Elliott and The Full Monty and have had your share of the Brit working class.