See it if you want to see a legitimate story about open relationships and a lot of nudity.
Don't see it if you'd rather see a show that doesn't sacrifice storytelling by using sex to sell tickets.
See it if you like ridiculous physical comedy.
Don't see it if you are expecting a plot with an actual arc. It's the same schtick for 2 hours straight.
See it if you like plays about mental illness that provides opportunity for female actors.
Don't see it if you expect to see a well-developed play with three-dimensional characters and seamless transitions.
See it if you want to watch a decent drama that explores the intersection of two broken people.
Don't see it if the dramatic development not keeping up with the characters' relationship would bother you.
See it if you like to see plays that explore what romantic relationships and frienships can be.
Don't see it if it concerns you that the play moves from realism to a disjointed structure that doesn't seem to work well.
See it if you like plays that explores modern romantic relationships with well-penned humor and drama.
Don't see it if you are homophobic or don't like straight plays.
See it if you like formulaic contemporary plays about loneliness and fear of the future.
Don't see it if you are expecting action to take place on stage. Action is replaced with sometimes-relevant musical numbers.
See it if you like busy meta theater that is fairly well executed.
Don't see it if you don't like being bombarded with lots of ideas at once without much subtlety.
See it if you like devised pieces experimenting with outside ideas and a non-linear structure.
Don't see it if it is painful for you to see a style of show that feels dated and periodic forced moments.
See it if you like narratives in which there is little action or you like when writers write about writers.
Don't see it if you would prefer a well-defined plot that moves and believable romance.
See it if you like original, contemporary love stories set on a historical backdrop. The story is quite relevant with its inclusion of immigration.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy shows directed and designed like graphic novels or unnecessary rapping.
See it if it reopens. These kids were great and Liz would have been SO PROUD of them and director Sam Pinkleton.
Don't see it if you want to watch a new, polished piece of theater.
See it if you like to spend an entire performance trying to figure out the back stories of the characters you are watching.
Don't see it if you can't sit through a show that is mainly physical acting, gesture, and gibberish.
See it if you like a well executed version of a the very popular millennial romantic dramedy.
Don't see it if you can't commit to two hours with the same two characters.
See it if you want to see an above average romantic comedy.
Don't see it if you're looking for a show that really follows through on its title. It needs some work with character arcs.
See it if want to see an ensemble consisting of women of color explore issues of said group.
Don't see it if you want to see a tight show with clearly defined characters/arcs.
See it if you like shows that question the future of humanity and our planet.
Don't see it if you are expecting to fully connect emotionally. A robot literally gave me more feels than the humans.
See it if you love energetic, over-the-top, silly comedies with basic jokes.
Don't see it if you are expecting a clever script, consistent acting, sharp direction or a sensible set design.
See it if you want to watch a very clever examination of a specific type of American culture.
Don't see it if you get turned off by "loud" writing moments that deviate from the very strong realism.
See it if you want to see a relevant piece of theatre that captures the struggles of working class, small town America.
Don't see it if you are expecting a well-structured play with complete characters.
See it if you love long, wordy plays that create a great showcase for a huge cast of talented actors.
Don't see it if you get tired/bored watching wordy plays that could use some cutting or faster pacing.
See it if you like relevant pieces of theatre that captures the gay experience at 30ish.
Don't see it if you don't like stories revolving around growing up and moving on.
See it if you enjoy strong character one-man shows with some truly witty moments.
Don't see it if you can't stand when shows end with a pretty bow on top.
See it if you like a brilliant magic show that goes a bit further than sleight of hand.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear a magician recite a narrative around his tricks (albeit rather humorous) or if you don't like audience participation.
See it if you like well-directed historical dramas with great performances and a healthy balance of comedy mixed in.
Don't see it if you can't sit through a nearly three hour show that would benefit from a trimmed down script.
See it if you like reimagined old tales told through contemporary music.
Don't see it if you have a short attention span or if you want character development through dialogue (for which there was practically none).