See it if you love funny in-theater jokes. Terrific performances. Actors are having a great time.
Don't see it if you expect much of a story. It panders, without meaning to, to the central lesbian character. She's a prop, not a person.
See it if you want Shakespeare AND an amazing dinner. It's the best deal in town. Darren Ritchie is charming.
Don't see it if you want dry, "tasteless" Shakespeare.
See it if you like musical theater romps and like politically correct platitudes served up in easy to digest bites. Solid singing.
Don't see it if you expect a more challenging plot and at least 2-D character development
See it if you are devoted snooker fan. There's no other reason.
Don't see it if you are expecting an hilarious show like "One Man, Two Guvnors". Very, very disappointing with lots of stilted jokes and poor word play.
See it if like one-man shows especially from a clever actor/comedian.
Don't see it if if you really want a history lesson. The subject matter varies widely from informative to superficial.
See it if you're a fan of Sponge Bob or just want a goofy, fun-filled night at the theater.
Don't see it if you have new clue who Sponge Bob is, but you'll find you're scratching your head a lot to understand the relationships between characters.
See it if Enjoy Chekov and want to see Kate Blanchett in a rare stage appearance.
Don't see it if you're have any qualms about Chekov. There is good reason for Chekov having shelved this play. Long, exhausting, infuriating characters.
See it if Well staged version of the movie. Safe to recommend to your cousins from Arkansas. Strong cast delivers.
Don't see it if Want relevant Broadway rock.
See it if like inventive set, stage, sound design and if you want to see the most-talked about show of the season.
Don't see it if expect beautiful romantic ballads by Josh Groban (who is good but not given much material. You'll forget the songs and story.
See it if You enjoy quirky song-through musicals with bouncy scores. Especially interesting for William Finn fans who didn't see original NY shows.
Don't see it if you want a contemporary musical experience. Dated. Lackluster direction. Actors still searching for emotional intensity. Truly awful set
See it if You enjoy funny, relevant theater about families. Painfully contemporary by the playwright of KING CHARLES III and COCK
Don't see it if Are worried about your privledged kids or indulgent parents
See it if Saw Public Theatre production in its first week. Assume Broadway production is equally dynamic. "Rent" for the 21st century.
Don't see it if you can't get over multiracial casting and don't want to tune your ears to the rap/hip hop/r&b lyrics. Drink first? Then go to "Kinky Boots
See it if like a good rock musical, that despite, its rather banal plot, delivers a punch whenever the kids are on stage rocking it out.
Don't see it if think all kid musicals should be like ANNIE.
See it if Follows the JERSEY BOYS playboy almost verbatim -- crafting well-honed musical numbers against the autobiography of Carol King. T
Don't see it if You want a challenging musical. What? You're expect hip-hop, r&b?
See it if Enjoy sitting in a cramped theater with minimal staging while listening to a podcast
Don't see it if Have concerns about the cost-benefit value of your ticket. Wait to download the audio which is 95% of the show.
See it if You love Dylan's music re-interpreted. Can't wait for the cast album. Excellent singing
Don't see it if you want even the tiniest bit of hope about life. Couldn't be more depressing. Desperate in freezing cold Minn. -- lot sof them dying.
See it if Enjoy seeing a comedy legend, Elaine May, at work, along with a stellar cast. Honest portrayal of old age and challenges across family line
Don't see it if you want a searing drama.
See it if you enjoy shows about self-absorbed actors romping around the stage with a script of Hamlet in hand. McTeer is ideally suited for the role.
Don't see it if you expect a serious examination of Hamlet or don't know the play.
See it if want to marvel at one of the stage's great actors Marky Rylance and appreciate an interesting theatrical experience.
Don't see it if you really want to learn anything about the history of Phillippe V, Farinelli or the period. Surprising lacking in drama.
See it if Enjoy Sondheim at his best. Is there a better first act in theater? Jake can sing! Annabelle is delightful. Different take than original
Don't see it if Like Jerry Herman musicals
See it if Like tough, in your face adaptation of Shakespeare in an intimate space. Muscular setting of Army barracks focuses on folly of the men.
Don't see it if Like dainty precious Shakespeare
See it if you enjoy subtle stage writing and period drama. It's a solid show. Good but not great revival.
Don't see it if you want electric performances. Not much chemistry between the lead characters.
See it if You want demanding theater from one of the greatest living playwrights and absorbing look at a woman's struggle to reconnect after WWII.
Don't see it if Are expecting a breathless revival of a well-regarded late 20th century play.
See it if Are looking for an entertaining 90 min. Had low expectations but was pleasantly surprised. More than a lose collection of sketches.
Don't see it if Want big laughs or expect a well-honed comic play
See it if you love Broadway musicals plus have a passing interest in Shakespeare. See it here with great cast before it heads out on tour
Don't see it if feel like all the musical and Shakespeare references will be flying over your head. Probably not the best "first Broadway show"
See it if you like the classic romantic comedy with a bittersweet twist. Hopefully, the same cast makes it to Broadway.
Don't see it if like big, broad silly comedies with a happy ending or if you are homophobic (aka Trump supporter)
See it if You want don't want to have to worry about the plot and just love musicals numbers delivered on a silver platter --those cute drag queens?
Don't see it if want theater that has even one surprise in the plot. Yes, it won the Tony Award for Best Musical, but don't expect to be wowed.
See it if You love the American musical. Masterful interpretation of the bloated version that previously ran on Broadway.
Don't see it if Like to sleep through banal musicals