See it if you want to see three great actors live through some difficult choices thrust on them by their documentation status.
Don't see it if you like extended scenes, the first half of the play has dozens of mini scenes jump cut one from the other.
See it if you want to see a classic story updated and handled in an original manner.
Don't see it if you're easily bored. It doesn't always justify its running time and there's not much in the way of transformation.
See it if you want to see an inventive physical reimagining of the story.
Don't see it if you like to identify with the character. Alex is inaccessible. He's a punk, arrested, therapized and a mess. You never see HIM.
See it if An always intriguing, relevant look at four souls on the margins of Corporate America slipping under the wheels of progress.
Don't see it if It's not happy or hopeful. I think I'm going to score it higher.
See it if you love theater! The history of a play and the times. A riveting, stunning, wrenching work. It hits on all levels-political, spiritual and
Don't see it if you don't want a singular theatrical experience.
See it if you want your theater to be inclusive, audacious and outrageous!
Don't see it if you're not in the mood for historical revision in your musicals.
See it if you love to see literary classics staged in bright, refreshing ways. There's a lot of fun here.
Don't see it if you're not charmed by Beyoncé showing up in a Theckeray adaptation or you're looking for "Sense and Sensibility"s equal. Close but not quite
See it if you want an honest to God comedy on Broadway. An insightful, funny and affecting look at a gay man's search for love. LOVE Trip Cullman!
Don't see it if you're not really interested in romantic comedies...and it is a bit long.
See it if you like puzzling out meanings and connections between two competing storylines. A tribute to dreamers and their pursuits.
Don't see it if you need a linear narrative through-line.
See it if you want a great time with a bitchy queen who can't keep his mouth shut. Missed opportunity to scratch below the surface but fun.
Don't see it if you don't like bitchy humor.
See it if you love luxuriating in the history of theater. A lovely, startling delightful play about an open marriage. Love Elisabeth Gray!
Don't see it if you want more flash and sizzle. These are people sitting and talking.
See it if you love Chekhov and want to see a really excellent company tear into him. Superb ensemble.
Don't see it if three hours is too much for you and the story is not a cause and effect procedural.
See it if you want to be thoroughly transported by a story and the masterful telling of it. A revelation from start to finish.
Don't see it if you need things spelled out for you and aren't open to new experiences.
See it if you want to see stories told in new ways with great staging, technical support and compelling performances and ideas.
Don't see it if you're irritated by novelty or innovation.
See it if you want to see a story told in a setting you haven't seen before. Enthralling soccer drills with scenes playing out. Great work.
Don't see it if you're uninterested in youthful concerns.
See it if you want to be swept away in another family's journey. Fascinating characters and backstory to untangle.
Don't see it if you're not eager to work a little bit listening.
See it if you want to see an amazing cast!
Don't see it if It's longer than it needs to be and less than comprehensive, there are key figures in the story whose testimony is missing
See it if you love great storytelling told with seemingly effortless panache, wit and exuberance. Winning!
Don't see it if you need more than a one-man show.
See it if you love hard-edged, gritty, hysterical, challenging work. If GBS was the house playwright for Steppenwolf based in Harlem...
Don't see it if you're turned off by rough language or you prefer your theater refined.
See it if Groundbreaking. Challenges the way you see and hear musicals. I was pretty familiar with the score but was enthralled with the choreography.
Don't see it if you can't afford it. I could buy subscriptions to seasons for the price paid and next time I will.
See it if you love seeing classics picked up, dusted off and have a ball with. Gets to the very essence of the comedy with unrestrained glee.
Don't see it if you're not into classics reinvented.
See it if The three ladies are stage animals fiercely prowling the contours of Hnath's brilliant cage. Exhilarating!
Don't see it if You don't like plays of ideas.
See it if you want theater to deal with life as it is being lived now. Feels like an important contribution to our understanding of these times.
Don't see it if you're bored by small-town lives and think that people are responsible for and deserve the fate that befalls them.
See it if you like family dramas and a new twist on the Viet Nam Vet's return home. Masterfully staged on a beautiful set.
Don't see it if new plays and playwrights try your patience.
See it if you want to see a thoroughly imagined portrait of a fascinating man done with great skill and heart.
Don't see it if you want larger issues dealt with. This is one man's life.
See it if you want to get a fancy take on the holiday. Great cast puts this over with charm, energy and great appeal.
Don't see it if you're over the holidays and the idea of little girls celebrating makes you cringe.
See it if you like bruising, original characters pouring it out onstage. A fun, fight for one another's attention.
Don't see it if you don't like your theater pitched at a certain volume.
See it if you're interested in the reverberations of history and compelling spiritual arguments.
Don't see it if moral and spiritual debates are boring for you.
See it if a fun night with eccentric portraits played full out by a ridiculously talented cast of actor/musicians superbly directed by Phillip George
Don't see it if you want a traditional story and structure.
See it if you want to be moved and impressed with the quickness and inventiveness of the telling.
Don't see it if you think gratitude is too touchy feeley.
See it if you want to see a solid production which is incongruously (but entertainingly) accompanied by a jazz trio. Needs its corners knocked off.
Don't see it if you need something to happen in the first act. Derives much of its power from the implied shock of the period in which it was written.