See it if you would like to see a noble, yet unsuccessful, panorama of Jewish women through history.
Don't see it if you wish to see a well crafted projecting the challenges of Jewish Women through history.
See it if you like a musical which artfully integrates dance and music. This show may be developing a new art form.
Don't see it if if you do not like seeing wonderful original works done in a new artful way. Do not see it if you do not like shows about lovers.
See it if you wish to see the hottest show on Broadway. It is educational, clever in the introduction of hip hop, and provides a lesson in history
Don't see it if if you hate hip hop, not into the social scene and do not wish to pay over $200 a ticket.
See it if you enjoy a clever monologue/stand up routine from someone who has excellent timing. Mike Birbiglia is also a very clever writer.
Don't see it if you strongly believe in having children. Do not see it if you do like stand up routines or are looking for something deep.
See it if you enjoy delightful shows describing women over the ages using music.The show was a lot of fun and I would not mind seeing it again.
Don't see it if you do not like popular music or wonderful singing. It should be noted that women outnumbered men about 8 to 1 in the audience.
See it if you would like to see a tour de force consisting of wonderful acting making a thought provoking statement on rape.
Don't see it if rape and great acting offends you.
See it if you like shows that look like camp or high school productions. See it if you wish to support this type of shows.
Don't see it if if you wish to see a play that makes sense.Does not know if it is a musical or drama.The musical songs seem to be an after thought.
See it if if you like liberal anti-trump profane comedy skits focused on women. The show is driven by women recommending women to see it.
Don't see it if you do not like liberal women comedy skits. The show needs some polishing.
See it if you like Gogol and previews with an actor struggling with the venue. The show may improve by Opening Night as the actor masters the venue.
Don't see it if you hate works in progress or people becoming mad. I saw the show on the 1st night of previews on a cold night with few in the audience.
See it if you have empathy for 60+ liberal baby boomer women. The show is well acted and staged. It received a standing ovation from audience members
Don't see it if if you do not like liberal women who grew up in the sixties and are presently 60+ and presently exploring and reviewing their lives.
See it if you like a cleverly staged show on how easy it is to be ambitious, greedy and prejudice and, thereby, corrupted and exploited.
Don't see it if you do not like seeing how corrupt, greedy, prejudiced and self-indulgent people can be - especially - by money. ambition and power.
Also The show is screaming out to become a musical. I hope they do so.
See it if you like experimental theater. The show is a tremendous amount of fun. It is clever and unique. I have never seen anything like this.
Don't see it if you do not like audience participation or unique daring shows taking risks. In other words, if you are a boring person do not see it.
See it if you like sexy musicals. The play is a delightful musical based on Lel Liaisons. The singing is great and the play is fun
Don't see it if if you offended by sex comedies or you do not like fine singing and good music.
See it if if you like to be agonized by a silly insipid show that allegedly has something to do with historic personalities of the Yiddish Theater.
Don't see it if if you have any standards.The show does not have anything to do with the Yiddish Theater and provides you with an excruciating experience.
See it if you like boring pretentious shows. I am even fell asleep during the show and was counting the minutes until it was over
Don't see it if you do not like pretentious shows.
See it if you are interested in an intelligent play on the history of a play and are not put off by Yiddish theater or love themes of the same sex.
Don't see it if you do not like intelligent shows, Yiddish theater or put off by same sex love themes.
See it if you like great staging, acting and singing.The show is very intense and rivets you to your seat throughout the production. One of the greats
Don't see it if you do not like the Madame Butterfly theme or get upset with heart wrenching stories. Also the show requires audience maturity.
See it if you like poetry set to music and staged beautifully and cleverly by Andrew Lloyd Weber. See it if you like songs such as "Memory"
Don't see it if if you are looking for a plot with character development, do not like poetry by T.S. Eliot or do not like cats developed as characters
See it if like stimulating your mind and senses with original singing, staging and media . The show gives you a "wow" mind blow when it is ends.
Don't see it if dislike intense shows that have a strong point of view presented ingeniously
See it if you would like to see am ambitious, energetic play about Rasputin where the actors give intense performances. One scene where a peasant gave
Don't see it if you do not like raunchy, energetic and ambitious acting, if you do not like a rock score, if you do not like being blown away at times.
See it if you like experimental shows and are willing to provide the show with the space as it tries to improve. The show is edgy
Don't see it if you would like a show designed by committee (i.e. the audience) or a show that does not really have a focus.
See it if You love great music.The music was great. The show was ambitious in how it tied together the story of Peer Gynt and the Norwegian Hapa Band.
Don't see it if you do not like to see the classics done in new and original ways. Also do not see it if you do not like the type of music played.
See it if you like a minimal performance of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish (with subtitles) and love any acceptable performance of Fiddler.
Don't see it if you are expecting a great inspiring performance on the level when performed by Zero Mostel or Herschel Bernardi
See it if you like an interesting, absorbing and enjoyable show that is not to heavy and not to light with clever staging.
Don't see it if you do not like Agatha Christie nor like fun mystery plays.
See it if you like absorbing non-verbal avant-garde vignettes focusing on sexual topics showing man/woman relationship(I think) evolving over the ages
Don't see it if you wish to see a play that is not weird or if if you object to plays focusing on genitals and sex. Some would describe it as "Sick/Dirty"
See it if you are looking to get some insight into the Arendt-Heidegger affair and being disappointed by it or interested in philosophy
Don't see it if you are not interested in why Heidegger and Arendt would be interested in each other.
See it if you would like 50 - early go music performed in a clever and entertaining way.
Don't see it if you do not like 50-60 music.
See it if you like seeing brave courageous children doing brave and historical events. The show should be shown in every high school in the country.
Don't see it if you are a fuddy-duddy racist who does not appreciate historical events shown on a day-day basis.
See it if you like a musical and/or drama that comes across as a camp or high school production.See it if you wish to support work of this type.
Don't see it if you wish to see an absorbing well-written developed book with songs making sense.
See it if like an intelligent rendition of Joan or Arc. It is long, with many words with a truly caliber Tony Award Nominee and possible Tony Award.
Don't see it if If you do not like long movies that have quite a bit of intelligent and clever talking.
See it if you have the correct level of immaturity to appreciate an energetic show based on POP PUNK, college /high school humor and a banal plot.
Don't see it if you do not think lame-ass parents, high school humor, and POP PUNK is cool.
See it if you would like to see an old fashioned, charming play that uplifts the spirit. The play is absorbing, well acted and well staged.
Don't see it if you are looking for an event, do not like morality plays or looking for a play that is politically correct.
See it if great acting within an intimate staging experience that turns subtlety from College Humor to a raw Ayn Rand type story is your thing.
Don't see it if rape, locker room (college) humor, intense sexuality or an Ayn Rand philosophy centered on self-indulgence offends you.
See it if you wish to experience a riveting evening in the theater that is ambitious/entertaining and an intellectual treat and has the WOW factor.
Don't see it if if you only like linear, straightforward shows, do not have the patience to think or sit for 3 hours or are a fan of Putin or Stalin
See it if you like clever, funny and ambitious shows that blend the gravitas of the fall of Masada with the thoughts of modern Jewish youth.
Don't see it if if you do not like to see anything tied to how young Jews view a trip to Israel and how they think about things in general.
See it if you would like to see a delightful romantic comedy. In particular, Elizabeth Inghram educates as she seduces Zack Calhoon delightfully
Don't see it if if you do not like light, clever plays.
See it if if you would like a fine light play done around songs of the Jerry Garcia.
Don't see it if Do not see it you if you do not like the music of Jerry Garcia nor like lighthearted plays.
See it if you would like to see 2 pros enhance their craft and create a delightful evening at the theater.
Don't see it if if you are looking for a ground breaking or an intellectual experience.
See it if you enjoy Carole King's songs presented in a delightful way.
Don't see it if you are looking for a deep insightful presentation on what it means to penetrate the music business
See it if you wish to see a classroom or specialized conference presentations to experts on refereed research on scans of a brain.
Don't see it if you wish to be entertained and are not looking for a specialized lecture with some cutesy rap music and a comedian who is bombing
See it if interested in important contemporary issues and appreciate novel integration of dance and acting in such an original way with a bit of cinem
Don't see it if you are a male chauvinist pig, repelled by raw stories or do not appreciate the clever integration of dance and acting and allergic to power
See it if you enjoy pretentious "avant garde" performances which are thought provoking for some.
Don't see it if you are a fan of John Cage. Do not like pretentious plays that seem like they go on and on and on for ever. This play was a long 2 hours.
See it if if you like thoughtful, clever staging and excellent acting with a very clever staging. Also, I hope the show stimulates an operetta.
Don't see it if if you do not like to see shows on a higher intellectual level. Also the venue was not well ventilated and had many steps.
See it if you like wonderful operetta singing in an original setting. The singing was lusty, penetrating and was truly phenomenal .
Don't see it if you do not like operettas or if you are a prude.
See it if you would like to introduce your children and grandchildren to opera in a most pleasurable and exciting manner.
Don't see it if you do not like children or opera