See it if You like musicals and have any interest in modern science, or in Einstein the man. You like Rod Sterling’s “Twilight Zone” programs.
Don't see it if You don’t know who Einstein is, as this requires at least some knowledge of Einstein’s notoriety and achievements.
See it if You want to see 2 excellent actors execute remarkable McNally script. And you can cope with a dated “no-means-yes” viewpoint.
Don't see it if You can’t handle even dimly lit nudity, and/or simulated sex, and simulated potty scenes. Totally unnecessary, this also dates the play.
See it if If You liked the movie, the stage is even better. Actors portraying animals and even pampas grass, often using puppetry. Wonderful.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.
See it if You want to be delighted by a fresh and enchanting prequil to The Wizard of Oz story.
Don't see it if You only like traditional romantic musical comedy
See it if You would like to enjoy two legendary performers: Chita Rivera and Christine Ebersole. Costuming is beautiful, showing fashion trends over
Don't see it if You expect grand, lavish musical extravaganza. You like to see a lot of dancing.
See it if you enjoy thought-provoking, moving, funny musicals with fine book, score, dancing and singing. Yiddish just adds a new, poignant dimension
Don't see it if You only like big shows with elaborate sets, or you only like shows in English, or don’t want to read captions.
See it if Very clever script with one actor (the Irish playwright) playing all parts, including a delightful French-accented cow. Very fine performan
Don't see it if You don't favor one-person shows, but you will miss a delightful show.
See it if You like Ibsen's original play. Excellent cast and absorbing story. The modern salty language was out of character, and unnecessary.
Don't see it if You prefer lighter comedy.