See it if you want to see an emerging artist who may easily turn out to be one of the next great playwrights, performing her own piece.
Don't see it if dense, poetic language isn't your thing. (This is a challenging piece, but worth it.)
See it if you're a fan of actor Michael Urie and if you want to catch anything by Bess Wohl, even work that is not her best.
Don't see it if you expect it to be as good as SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS and MAKE BELIEVE. You'll be disappointed.
See it if You like a two-character realistic play performed by fine actors with great chemistry.
Don't see it if You can't stand to see yet another play about putting dad (or mom) into assisted living.
See it if You like solo comedians like Mike Bribiglia and female insights from women like Hannah Gadsby.
Don't see it if You don't want to hear sexual content, especially from a woman's point of view.
See it if You like the fine acting and production values that EST continues to deliver.
Don't see it if You think plays about war are universal and plays about motherhood are for women.
See it if you like great theatre and want to experience theatre history in the making.
Don't see it if you're put off by the hype and won't admit to liking it even if you do.
See it if You like singer-songwriter style music, if you're looking for something different and if you admire exciting performances and direction.
Don't see it if want a traditional musical or don't believe in romantic love.
See it if you like edgy, Fringe-style plays that bravely discuss relevant topics that are seldom discussed.
Don't see it if you're prudish, homophobic and don't like frank discussions about sex.
See it if you like to see a talented playwright and committed young actors taking risks with new material...and succeeding.
Don't see it if you expect a mature company. These right-out-of-drama school actors are working hard but they will be even better in five years.
See it if you like exciting theatre that relies on wonderful actors, a good script and smart staging... and Jane Austen!
Don't see it if you prefer big Broadway blockbuster musicals. This is fine theatre, with great attention to detail.
See it if you want to catch a prize-winning play by an emerging playwright.
Don't see it if you don't mind being confused by three different stories being told simutaneously.
See it if You are interested in a thought-provoking evening of two wonderful short plays responding to (and including) Brecht's classic one-act.
Don't see it if you don't like small intimate downtown theatre.
See it if you loved the movie and want to see it live on stage.
Don't see it if you haven't seen the movie. You'll miss some of the jokes and won't appreciate the lines that are so familiar to fans.
See it if You like an intense drama with fine performances.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a play that deals with a school shooting... (but even if you think you don't, as I did, it's so worth it!)
See it if You liked "Jerusalem" and like big dramas.
Don't see it if You'll be offended by Irish tropes - drinking, singing, dancing, and talking about fairies. (Based on his partner's family, I'm told)
See it if you need a reminder that there is good in the world and that we can still laugh in the theatre. Enjoy a completely entertaining evening.
Don't see it if you can't leave your cynicism at the door and if you don't care for good-natured comedy.
See it if You like strong realistic acting, imaginative set design and sharp direction in an intimate venue.
Don't see it if You don't like going to a black-box theatre to see a two-character play about politics and American history.
See it if you like British plays like "Abigail's Party"
Don't see it if you don't want to have to think a little and just want to be purely entertained
See it if you like deconstructed classics, the more confusing the better
Don't see it if if you're a Bedlam fan and are hoping this will live up to their earlier success
Also a failed effort
See it if You like British theatre and comedy with a punch in the gut. Fine acting, directing and design with great attention to detail.
Don't see it if You don't like Mike Leigh films or if you prefer splashy and expensive B'way shows.
See it if you missed the original "Moose Murders," you want to see a train wreck, and you can appreciate a very game Ilene Kristen doing her best.
Don't see it if you can't overlook the problems with the script and the musical arrangements and just have fun
See it if historical irony is your cup of tea & you like seeing a talented female ensemble in a fascinating script, well directed and choreographed.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a play where women play male characters or if you want realism. This is highly theatrical, wonderfully so.