See it if Wheelhouse continues to deliver on its mission -- 95 minute energetic performance by talented young actors in an intimate black box.
Don't see it if you want a full 3 hour broadway epic revival with extravagant sets and well appointed restroom facilities.
See it if you can get a babysitter. You enjoy supporting talented young actors helping a young playwright develop new material.
Don't see it if you wouldn't relate to the subject matter or enjoy an on-the-nose exploration of relationship issues that come up between couples with kids.
See it if Shakespeare performed in an intimate space, resonant political and social themes emphasized by modern dress. Awesome perfs by Page, Harrow.
Don't see it if you don't like a full length, somewhat obscure Shakespeare political tragedy on themes of war; bothered by strobe and mild violence.
See it if you would enjoy an intelligent, funny, and dramatic one-man show with lots of clever storytelling techniques and relevant themes
Don't see it if burst of language in one spot lands it squarely at PG-13. Descriptions of survival in nature make you squeamish. You want singing & dancing.
See it if you'll like young actors having fun, playing to the audience while telling a story that at times devolves into a pretext for clever staging.
Don't see it if you won't be able to forgive and overlook the artifice, clearly and accurately described here by Green and Barbour in their reviews.
See it if Emerging young actors giving 110%, great line/beat/scene work, crafting mult. roles. Actors with size and talent easily fill black box. Fun!
Don't see it if Hot theater-you'll sweat. Polarity comedy ->tragedy is clear, but maybe b/c 2 directors, a few inconsistent moments, end feels too familiar.
See it if you enjoyed last season's entertaining take on Cymbeline. Wonderful, distinguished performance by McTeer; Jumbo and Champlin also shine.
Don't see it if you're offended by mild, crass humor or by new scenes boldly inserted w/ political commentary to make the text more relatable & entertaining
See it if You appreciate directorial vision and an energetic cast/crew bringing Shakespeare to life. Remarkable production that should have run longer
Don't see it if you are a shakespeare scholar who insists on straightforward, literal, period interpretations
See it if You love ballet and Gershwin. 90% chance this applies to you, so you should see it. Romantic, amazing dancing and choreography.
Don't see it if you don't understand romance between opposite genders.
See it if you have a sense of humor and are somewhat familiar with contemporary musicals
Don't see it if you want more than light entertainment - this is a pure comedy.
See it if you've ever been a teenager or a parent, if you've ever felt that the distance between human beings should be shorter than it sometimes is.
Don't see it if you'll be disappointed, given all the hype, without a huge cast and orchestral fireworks. The fireworks in this show are emotional.
See it if you want to see a macabre cabaret with some catchy numbers, effective spectacle, energetic cast push their roles beyond the cliche.
Don't see it if you'll be frustrated by a structurally flawed show that fails to deliver a new idea; arbitrary choices often fail to evoke true feels
See it if you would enjoy a play with 2 talented actors trying to make the most of a contrived situation and shallow, borderline vulgar material.
Don't see it if you don't have the money for premium seats. Staging is unacceptable; side mezzanine seats should not be sold, not even as rush tix.
See it if you want to support small theaters and new playwrights. Street parking: lots of space downtown after 7pm. Actors found some true moments.
Don't see it if Never adds up to more than sum of parts. Stakes, plot forced at times. Generally rough around the edges-from casting to direction to writing
See it if you can. If not, don't wait for the tour. Watch YouTube clips, read about the staging, and loop the amazing soundtrack. How lucky we are.
Don't see it if you have no tolerance for language; you've been living under a rock &would be offended by the dramatization of a politician acting immorally
See it if you want an unfocused historical melodrama-within-a-melodrama to exploit but not illuminate popular themes. Cast tries but we can't connect.
Don't see it if you wouldn't enjoy a pointless mashup of The Model Apartment (itself a poor play), Fun Home, & Schindler's List in the style of Mad Forest.
See it if you enjoy humor and spectacle, flashes of brilliance from JMI. AJ as lead, men in supporting comic roles were strong and tied show together.
Don't see it if you didn't like the movie, you are bothered by cliche Disney princess characters, you are bothered by occasional fake Disney moments.
See it if you've ever seen a great shakespeare production--otherwise you might never try another. JTF great in comic relief, the only bright spot.
Don't see it if you've ever seen a great shakespeare production--it will seem that much worse by comparison. Lifeless. Dead. Supposed to be the TEMPEST!
See it if You want a safe Broadway option for kids or a first date. Some great poignant moments, but some forgettable music and low dramatic stakes.
Don't see it if You want large scale musical, anything other than G rating, catchy tunes, glitz and glamour.
See it if You liked Rain Man (movie), The Man Who, use of projections and electronics
Don't see it if You want something romantic, uplifting, or emotionally engaging.