See it if You enjoy new arrangements of David Bowie's tunes. You enjoy avant garde theatre. You do not mind seeing shows with strobe lights.
Don't see it if You haven't seen movie the musical is based on. You are not open to non linear stories. You are not willing to travel to London to see it.
See it if You are interested in a wonderfully touching play. You want to see a superb cast. Be prepared to challenge your views about home and family.
Don't see it if You can't stand loud noises. You don't want to cry in public. Destruction of small town life doesn't matter to you.
See it if You enjoy watching dancing with objects. You are out to have good time. There is valid reason why this enjoyable has become NYC institution.
Don't see it if You cannot tolerate loud noises. The banging of cans can startle the wary audience member.
See it if You are fascinated by history (in this case the period of Henry VIII's rise). All of the performances in this limited US run were engaging.
Don't see it if You are not willing to use your intelligence. You do not have three hours to spare.
See it if You are willing to open your mind to thinking about meaning behind existence. You enjoy EDM music, interesting drumming or modern dance.
Don't see it if You are expecting linear storyline. You don't enjoy modern dance. You are troubled by strobe lights, or loud noises. Story doesn't grab you.
See it if You enjoy seeing David Tennant act. This play was part of the Shakespeare season at BAM. He (and the rest of cast) was engaging.
Don't see it if You do not understand the Shakespearean dialogue.
See it if You enjoy great dancing, and singing. This show clocks in at three hours. However, you wont notice the time as you get involved in story.
Don't see it if You do not like strobe lights or loud noises.