If you like this person's taste, follow her!
See it if you like two person monologues about life and middle age, set in Ireland; engaging actors, pretty good story that takes a moment to get into
Don't see it if you want to see the characters interact with each other; you have trouble with Irish accents
See it if you like puppetry, unusual presentations, sci-fi, and stories that are a little on the heavier side.
Don't see it if you want realistic theater or are looking for something kid-friendly.
See it if you're interested in American and Chinese history or stories about lost identity and sacrifice that also feels relevant today.
Don't see it if you don't like depictions of America's poor treatment of immigrants; second act drags towards the end and then abruptly ends.
See it if you enjoy historical stories or are interested in government; want to see this musical featuring a female/non-binary/transgender cast
Don't see it if you don't want to sit through almost 3 hours of musical history and prefer traditional productions
See it if the idea of a former flame who wronged you coming back into your life to make amends is your jam.
Don't see it if you want depth, insight, and something that really goes somewhere. I can only describe this as "fine." Not bad, not good, just fine.
See it if you don't know much about the 80s art scene and don't mind a make believe story about real people, want to see some strong performances
Don't see it if you want a real story and historical accuracy, need insight and analysis, want a more robust script and plot
See it if you don't mind a soapy, unbelievable (yet still entertaining) story; you like solo storytelling shows - she does a great job.
Don't see it if you prefer your story be acted as opposed to 'told;' don't want something predictable; need more glitz and action.
See it if you like dramedy plays and want to see Stephen McKinley Henderson give a great performance as a character clinging to past trauma.
Don't see it if you want the production to live up to the potential of the text - at times feels like it's dragging, uneven performances/characters, etc.
See it if if you have (or haven't) seen Fiddler before; if you love the music and the story and want to see a well-sung and well-acted version
Don't see it if if you'd be bothered that reading supertitles might make you miss some stage action; don't care for musicals or the subject matter
See it if you want to see an early Noel Coward play, written in the early 1900s when he was 18; like an old-fashioned, yet timeless piece.
Don't see it if you are troubled by a dated view of marriage and a woman's place in relationships.
See it if you like contemporary/political stories, the female perspective, and don't need a lot of action.
Don't see it if you don't like social commentary, discussions on privilege and family dynamics, one-woman shows.
See it if you are interested in learning about other cultures, Communist themes, or strained parent-child relationships; don't mind some melodrama
Don't see it if you don't like stories that jump back and forth from past and present; not interested in immigration stories
See it if you enjoy the masterful writing of Albee, like family dysfunction, and enjoy a good set
Don't see it if if you get bored easily or want a happy play
See it if you are interested in the story of a teenage summer love affair - American Germans set at the cusp of WW2
Don't see it if you are expecting to learn much about Camp Siegfried (it's only the backdrop). Overall, this play has potential, but it's not quite there
See it if you are interested in a story about immigrants, sexuality, and family relationships, a small cast with folk music and storytelling
Don't see it if you are looking for a more traditional linear play or musical or a big production
See it if you enjoy George Bernard Shaw or classics in general; you don't mind uneven performances - most are good, a few are distracting
Don't see it if you don't like old fashioned shows or a slower pace
See it if you like plays that aren't necessarily plot driven; are interested in medical themes, and relationships between doctors and patients
Don't see it if issues of dealing with cancer or the healthcare system are not for you - you may feel a little uncomfortable at times.
See it if you like fast-paced, quirky teen stories that are dark, weird (and unrealistic) but still entertaining
Don't see it if you don't like fast, rhythmic dialogue; dark humor isn't your thing
See it if you like current, smart dramas that deal with issues of family, race, class, gender and more
Don't see it if you're looking for a light or happy evening of theater
See it if you like magic, especially close up magic and card tricks; want to see an engaging performer
Don't see it if you don't like magic or prefer grand productions - like sawing ladies in half, etc. (but still see it, even if you prefer that!)
See it if you want to see some good performers taking on a classic tale; don't mind a weak book
Don't see it if you dislike shows where there is a lot of telling without showing; you want a lot of Quasimodo (you wont get it)
See it if you're into modern retelling of mythology and don't mind minimal staging and props; like indie rock
Don't see it if you want your theater experience to be more than a "concept album" concert
See it if you enjoy experimental theater and multimedia staging, 80s/video game nostalgia, and stories about illegal immigrants
Don't see it if you would have trouble with an unconventional structure and a clear, linear plot
See it if you enjoy supporting new work on current topics, appreciate pushing boundaries, want something entertaining yet thought-provoking.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a play in the format of a dream/nightmare.
See it if you're interested in a play about young lovers from opposite sides caught in the middle of WWII; you like experimental theater.
Don't see it if you prefer not to hear old actors sing cringey karaoke interspersed throughout the play.
See it if you enjoy use of projections and video, intertwining experiences of contemporary and historical characters
Don't see it if you aren't interested in seeing a small cast portray multiple characters; you don't like plays with a lot of narration or a memory play
See it if you like improv and watching audience members become the show, but are ok with the potential for uneven performances
Don't see it if you prefer a story and a consistent level of acting, or just think hypnosis is dumb
See it if you are bringing kids, want a basic - but still fun - science lecture.
Don't see it if you are hoping for some big, powerful, and awesome physics experiments done in a more polished/theatrical way.
See it if you want a cute story with young actors that's fun for the whole family, or have a nostalgia for summer camp
Don't see it if you want something with a little substance - this is a predictable story with a silly resolution
See it if you want to see a different adaptation and abridged version of Macbeth told thru movement and speech performed by 2 talented actors
Don't see it if you do not know the story or you want the full production
See it if you want to see a play dealing with the pressures that people go through when competing; you appreciate simple yet sleek staging & lighting
Don't see it if you're expecting believable situations and characters, don't like when characters break the 4th wall
See it if you enjoy campy performances about beauty pageants and Southern culture; like drag and lip syncing
Don't see it if you want something deep, or a more traditional play
See it if you like seeing new work in development; are a fan of the source material; enjoy dark and/or violent subject matter
Don't see it if you are squeamish or prefer light and happy shows; also, there is an uneven tone between the songs and the subject matter
See it if you would enjoy a quick, no frills, 45-minute abridged take on Richard III, with two actors playing multiple characters (pretty well)
Don't see it if not familiar with Richard III or need a straight-forward narrative
See it if you like autobiographical solo shows about love/coming out; you like lightly poetic text and engaging storytelling
Don't see it if you prefer stories with a beginning, middle and end and with clear conflict that gets resolved or need a big WOW moment or unique tale
See it if you're interested in unique takes on classic Greek characters and current events (immigrants/refugees)
Don't see it if if you don't like minimalist productions and/or audience participation (although you don't have to participate)
See it if you are interested in Miriam Makeba; want more of a concert over a musical; don't mind if you can't understand all the lyrics
Don't see it if you want a stong narrative; don't like jazz or world music (or feel like going to a 2.5 hour concert)
See it if you are interested in solo shows addressing contemporary issues, and like to be challenged and entertained at the same time
Don't see it if are uncomfortable with topics of race, gender and class
See it if you are interested in a political, economic, and social history of the exploitation of poor women based on real events
Don't see it if you have trouble understanding accents or would prefer a lighter story
See it if You want a fun, if fluffy, musical reimagining of Romeo and Juliette
Don't see it if You wouldn’t be interested in a 1960s Brooklyn mobster stereotype version of a Romeo and Juliette musical
See it if You're into non-traditional and experimental new musicals, folk tales and storytelling; appreciate beautiful voices singing folk songs
Don't see it if You have a hard time with thick accents; wouldn't care for a show with no set and two women switching characters
See it if you're interested in the subject of the Holocaust and a play within a play based on letters between family members.
Don't see it if you're not that into actors breaking the 4th wall in a TED Talk way, and uneven acts. It's almost there, but just falls flat.
See it if you like non-traditional shows with a focus on race and the experiences of black women, with storytelling, poetry and dance intermingled.
Don't see it if you need a story and/or some glitz; can't relate to the message or style.
See it if you've never seen a production of this play before; know the subject and are curious to see theater about it
Don't see it if you'd have trouble with the subject; don't want to feel uncomfortable at times; find the out-of-order scenes bothersome
See it if you're a fan of one-person shows with multiple characters, and don't mind a little old-fashioned fluff
Don't see it if you need more distinction between characters - could have trouble following the dialogue; want something a little less dated