See it if enjoy high school reunion type parties that define a characters' place in the hierarchy of society and watching actors argue in every scene.
Don't see it if you want to see something more meaningful, I'm not sure this millennium story is worth telling, but the acting was great.
See it if you enjoy a unique quirky musical with a cautionary tale about addiction to screens, computers and phones, great singing and clever dialogue
Don't see it if you are looking for an arc in the plot, it flat lines by hammering the message home, but not delivering on a solution, even if there is one.
See it if A slow burn about the current state of illegal immigration and policies, set in a down to earth reality for many people.
Don't see it if You don't like theatre of the oppressed, or not in a relaxed state, this needs a quiet concentration, not to be mixed with caffeine.
See it if You are interested in human rights and historic documentation, excellent acting, sound, lighting, staging, presented in an immersive setting
Don't see it if The script was rather confusing, you get the gist but the story is not clear, you have to do your research before coming to see the play.
See it if you enjoy the immersive element along with the timely subject of Immigration, racism and xenophobia. Fast moving and energenic.
Don't see it if you are hard of hearing and have tickets in the gods, you need to be upfront near the action to catch all the drama.
See it if you enjoy a good 80 minutes of laughter and fun, good writing and stage presence, great delivery and story line.
Don't see it if you have issues with stories with a sexual nature, stories about how having children changes your life or the misadventures of being a man.
See it if you enjoy slapstick humour, puns, acrobatics, plays, simple comedy and clever writing.
Don't see it if you are not in the mood for escapism, and looking for something more intelligent. It reminded me of "Blazing Saddles" or the three Stooges.
See it if you enjoy British rom-coms, unusual characters and quirky dialogue. An upbeat show with talented actors.
Don't see it if you're looking for high art, this is a low-brow type of play, easy to follow, clever and rather like a panto.
See it if you would enjoy a contemporary play about a young woman's journey through the loss of her best friend with help from her family & community.
Don't see it if the story was a little convoluted but delivered touching moments.
See it if you are ready for a slow burn, it pulls you in and you are in 1963, engrossed in what seems to be a romantic drama,but then things change.
Don't see it if you are sleepy like the older gentleman next to me who was snoring, you have to drink your coffee before seeing it. Its a charming play.
See it if you enjoy an engaging adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat, not one dull moment, excellent performances.
Don't see it if you are not in the mood for uplifting high energy drama or in your face theatre that brings it home with a great ending. No spoilers here!
See it if you enjoy a hard hitting cerebral drama about relationships that hits home many times over, with great sound design.
Don't see it if you are afraid of loud tiger sounds effects, darkness or the abyss of loss and grief and other human conditions.
See it if you like intense high pace drama with lively characters that put you on the edge of your seat, truly action packed hurricane of uncertainty.
Don't see it if can't abide high tension, excellent fight choreography, raised voices and violent fist fights on stage inches away from you.
See it if you enjoy great plot line and insight into a culture that is rarely viewed by the western eyes, clever storytelling and believable character
Don't see it if You are hung up on details and the math and geography of a play
See it if you enjoy excellent performances, great production values and keeps your attention even though its a greek tragedy.
Don't see it if you don't like classic plays set in the future.
See it if are interested in Politics and the behind the scene negotiations, almost like a radio drama on stage, excellent solid performances.
Don't see it if You have ants in your pants and want to see action on stage, you have to sit still and listen for 2 hours.
See it if enjoy a good story of heritage and family struggle, well crafted and timely, great original music and very talented performers.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy cultural experiences, universal immigration issues or well told family history.
See it if you enjoy history, storytelling, period drama and good acting.
Don't see it if you are claustrophobic, there are 8 actors on a very small stage and if you have a full house that day, its hard not to feel fenced in.
See it if you enjoy great writing and acting, with incredible fast paced clever dialogue, precise timing, excellent set, costume, lighting and sound.
Don't see it if you are sleepy and having a "cloudy brain" day, listening is crucial, so don't go if you are jet lagged.
See it if you are are interested in the US booming economy in the penal system and the slavery racket it has become for the disenfranchised.
Don't see it if you are off to jail soon or don't like one person shows, or if you dont like bad dramaturgy that is confusing.
See it if you enjoy a well crafted Irish farm story that is humorous and clever, with unusual content.
Don't see it if are not in the mood for a visceral one person show that is in your face comedy.
See it if you or your loved ones have been touched by trauma, its one persons journey into understanding this journey and a step toward healing.
Don't see it if its too close to the bone. Perhaps too raw for some who has recently experienced a trauma, loss or abuse.
See it if you are from Brooklyn and did not know of that great airplane disaster that happened in Park Slope, local history at its best.
Don't see it if are easily distracted or cannot endure long pauses and dialogue that is unnecessary and does not move the play along toward a climax.
See it if you'd like to see the Scottish Play served up on a female bohemian, energetic and delightful platter with sides of belly laughs and music.
Don't see it if you are expecting classic Shakespeare, and cannot abide seeing grotesque entrails on stage along with a spectacular rain storm.
See it if you need an uplifting cultural experience that is clever and spot on, exceptional performances and writing, great design and staging.
Don't see it if you are not in the mood for a uplifting experience that involves the exploration of racism and immigration, americas laughs at itself.
See it if you enjoy Irish dysfunctional family sagas that relate to the human condition, aging and baggage from the past.
Don't see it if you are are looking for something upbeat, this is a drama with sad reflections, but very engaging.
See it if you enjoy excellent performances and production values, superb design and staging, theatre at its best! Very engaging & great playwriting.
Don't see it if graphic medical descriptions are problematic, the patron sitting next to me was super sensitive and started crying.
See it if u are ready for some intense drama that shakes you to the core and keeps you on the edge of your seat. A must see for those with thick skin.
Don't see it if you have recently experienced a suicide in your inner circle. Not recommended for those who have suffered trauma.
See it if you are interested in the history & communist occupation of Eastern Block Countries, specifically Budapest Hungary.
Don't see it if "Absolute power corrupts absolutely" could be the motto for this obscure rarely produced play, its a cautionary tale of power and corruption
See it if you will enjoy a ww2 story that is well written and will take you on a journey with 4 young men trying to cope with wartime Sheffield.
Don't see it if you don't like tragedy and drama, not an evening of light hearted theatre, but pensive tragedy and a wartime story.
See it if you are in the mood for family dysfunction, a good play to see during this thanksgiving season. Its a visit with the family. Great writing.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy sleepers with a slow burn.
See it if Great acting, colorful staging, a misunderstood culture, immigration, and complex issues about expectations. Good production values.
Don't see it if The the work was still in progress when I saw it, re-writes currently being addressed.
See it if You are love Tennessee Williams and his brilliant characters who reveal their humanity inch by inch, with great acting and staging.
Don't see it if If you don’t like a tiny intimate venue that’s slightly claustrophobic and a small crowded stage.
See it if enjoy epic theatre that takes you to another place, Jez Butterworth pulls focus on Northern Ireland in the 80's.
Don't see it if If you have difficulty with thick accents or have hearing issues, the play is long and you have to listen carefully to catch all the drama.
See it if you like comedy in large doses, a talented cast with zingy one liners, clever quick changes of character, fast paced fun for all.
Don't see it if You are not in the mood for light theatre that is silly in nature, very slapstick, like a big old Christmas Panto.
See it if You enjoy being immersed in another culture and transported to another country, seeing through the eyes of others faced with their reality.
Don't see it if If you don't like devised theatre of high caliber that takes you outside of the proscenium arch, or if you can't understand Glasgow accents.
See it if you enjoy immersive energetic in your face theatre that is relevant and visceral, both comedy and tragedy that will make you laugh and cry.
Don't see it if you are faint mannered and don't like actors touching you.
See it if You want to see a colourful version of this Shakespearian classic that has great music and is family friendly.
Don't see it if you don't like classics that are not traditional and take artistic licence to create theatre that is contemporary and audience friendly.
See it if you enjoy British cultural references and you would like to see Melissa Gilbert in action, she has charisma.
Don't see it if you are find relationship plays banal or if you find it hard watching one man shows, although it was only 90 minutes long.
See it if you like spectacle, like a giant overly decorated birthday cake with sparklers on it. For children of all ages, a visual delight.
Don't see it if you are looking for great thought provoking intellectual deep layered theatre. This is junk food for the soul, a flash of light.
See it if you love Edward Albee plays, enjoy excellent acting, direction and design, stay for the whole play, do not leave at intermission.
Don't see it if you are are looking for light shallow entertainment, this has many layers, although some references are dated, it was writing in 1958.
See it if you love musical theatre and a great storyline, great for all ages...light and upbeat considering the elephant in the room is 9/11
Don't see it if you don't like to shed a tear or two, or don't enjoy having your heart strings pulled, if you are not a fan of the people of Newfoundland.
See it if you like plays about mental health, family dynamics and relationships. There was a solid arc and an interesting outcome. Excellent acting!
Don't see it if you dont like bad staging and blocking, but the excellent dialogue made up for it.
See it if you enjoy a great play that questions the values that exist in our society. Our hero fights adversity, poverty and racism.
Don't see it if have don't like blind casting, but in this production the casting made the play a great success.
See it if you like tragedy mixed with humor and a strong message. It has music and laughter but is not a musical.
Don't see it if You have you don't want to see blood on the stage.
See it if you need to be inspired again, it is life affirming and spiritually satisfying, uplifting and soulful.
Don't see it if you are just lost a loved one and feeling traumatized by the event.
See it if you are interested in history and politics and not unlike FROST NIXON it is intelligent and engrossing, high quality theatre.
Don't see it if you don't know anything about Israel and its history, do some research before you go, read up on events in the 60's and 70's.