See it if Audra & Michael are both great with vulnerable portrayals of damaged characters. Enjoyable to watch their back &forth banter & what’s unsaid
Don't see it if You want a light play or a lot of action. It’s a bit dated but realistic for its time and still strong relationship play.
See it if Glenda Jackson. That’s the reason to see it. And if you love Shakespearean tragedy, no matter what’s being done. Ruth Wilson was great too.
Don't see it if while 2 characters play others within the story, Wilson appeared to be Cordelia playing the fool, but it wasn’t clear it was separate roles
See it if Schreck does a great job delivering the story of her meaningful connections to the constitution thru her family’s and personal experience.
Don't see it if You should see it. It’s funny while tragic and a good reminder to dig deep thinking about this document and how we are treated. So far to go
See it if You’re interested in timely play about bullying &violence, also relationships between parents &teens. How well do you know what’s going on?
Don't see it if You have no patience for somewhat contrived twists and turns. The actors can carry it off though.
See it if Nathan Lane and Julie White, what could be bad? Unfortunately the play itself. In fairness the 2 women took over roles last week & are great
Don't see it if I like a good farce but Irreverent low brow humor as the characters clean up bodies isn’t for me. Pacing needs some work but first preview
See it if I liked the idea of a couple unplugging to talk and try to resolve things. The acting was good and there were some recognizable arguments
Don't see it if You need the play to go somewhere once you’ve invested the time listening to the characters.
See it if You like absurdist theater. I loved Guare’s 6 degrees and house of blue leaves, but this was not those...some of the acting was good...
Don't see it if Some seemed overacting. I concentrated to try to follow for some payoff but none came. Interesting references but felt pointless &disturbing
See it if You appreciate mint’s attention to detail in costume, scenery, dialogue. Are ok with talky play that’s not deep or resolved
Don't see it if You can’t stomach the fundamentalism even if it fits the time period. Very abrupt ending and no reaction by the family members, but missing
See it if You appreciate the cruel dance a couple can have if they resent each other and try to one up their bad behavior. Some good acting & staging.
Don't see it if You don’t want a dark story that’s not layered or clearly explained. It felt long.
See it if It’s one mans journey through his family’s experience with Parkinson’s, but also with keeping a secret about facing a degenerative condition
Don't see it if It’s an amusing take on a serious situation, not laugh out loud funny though he tries hard. A little overacting but genuine sentiment.
See it if Cast well and especially enjoyed Cherry Jones. It’s not as straightforward as would seem and the quirkiness keeps it interesting.
Don't see it if You don’t like dialogue based plays or a light portrayal of serious issue. It works though and gets you thinking.
See it if Actors were good at portraying variations on the drawing room banter. I liked the concept of changing the outcome with a nuanced do over
Don't see it if Problem was in pinpointing what changes in behavior led to the outcomes, so rehashing the situation 3x to what point?
See it if He’s a great storyteller and this is enjoyable like his previous shows. Quirky honest take on relatable relationship change with a new baby
Don't see it if You’re looking for a broadway play, this is funny stand up. We had a good view, but 1 person shows are often better in smaller venues.
See it if Multigenerational cast very good, loved Caitlin & younger girls. Has slice of life feel while adressing themes of honor,loyalty, acceptance
Don't see it if Must concentrate to follow accents and relationships. Story of continued violence repeating in the family but ending was unexpected & great
See it if Actors were believable in their fluctuation between fear, misplaced loyalty and adolescent absorptions. Appropriately chilling atmosphere.
Don't see it if There could have been more character development and less repetition, though it was gutsy to combine past and present tensions and it works.
See it if Well written small show that holds your attention. Singing was enjoyable and poignant, showing the effect of ordinary shared moments.
Don't see it if You really don’t like show about feelings in an intimate setting where the story is told through song. There was a surprise in the storyline
See it if Very talented performer commenting on the way we stop living our lives for technology without using any dialogue. Expressive physical comedy
Don't see it if You can’t tolerate mime, though this is both very funny & serious. sound effects were great. The exertion caused dripping perspiration - oy
See it if Unusual warm look into ordinary family interactions through the amazing research of a charismatic storyteller. Time travel immersion feeling
Don't see it if You don’t like engaging performance art piece lovingly assembled& portrayed. Listening to scratchy recordings made fun by unraveling mystery
See it if You enjoy small companies performing Shakespeare in a fun different way. They’ll worked very hard and there was some talent there.
Don't see it if A little too long, confusing, messy and very hot in the room. I liked the sense of fun though.
See it if The acting is great, especially Angelina. Heartwarming to see an older couple in romance.
Don't see it if The play is disjointed with its mystical overtones, extra character and some confusing actions and reactions.
See it if You love to see Shakespeare in the park as the setting is so great! The women were strong and particularly Emilia shone. I enjoyed this iago
Don't see it if Was long, some costumes not distinct, othello wasn’t the strongest portrayal of military prowess
See it if Amazing deep performances, like a master class. Such an interesting reflection on how you see your life at different ages.
Don't see it if You can’t get a ticket, otherwise it’s a must. So special.
See it if You enjoy new plays and a funny Jesse t Ferguson. Interesting look at lgbtq families and a trans person’s view of acceptance and privilege.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy a chatty play about relationships and different ways couples decide about bringing children into the family.
See it if I usually enjoy a drawing room comedy &appreciated this theater company breaking through barriers. But this made little sense & was tedious
Don't see it if Felt no chemistry among the actors despite the couple being an actual couple. It went on too long without being funny or meaningful.
See it if Glad I didn’t miss this gorgeous production. The dancing alone was worth seeing. It’s a classic despite the troubling story -hard to take.
Don't see it if You can’t handle the domestic violence and reaction to it. But again the dancing, classic songs and acting are strong. Not so much chemistry
See it if Really enjoyed the 70s feel and the characters portrayed. Fun slice of life that feels like a real focus group but funnier.
Don't see it if You need music or intense drama, or even a defined ending.
See it if Insidious evil of story and it’s snowballing effect still relevant. Annette Bening’s performance was great. It’s a drama that builds.
Don't see it if Somehow the ending didn’t feel emotionally devastating enough. Still worthwhile, relevant story. Letts oddly fitting resembled Cheney!
See it if Powerful portrayal of race relations utilizing full backstory monologues by each of the characters. Daveed Diggs gives amazing performance.
Don't see it if You can’t handle disturbing visuals of subservience you never want to imagine. Stays with you long after and lots to talk about.
See it if Conjecture, hnath’s specialty, but feels plausible. Focused on the couple’s interaction, you’re reminded why Hillary can’t catch a break.
Don't see it if You feel it’s ancient history, but really it delves into personality, couples communication and unfortunate nature of politics. Needs set.
See it if Actor works hard to carry the one man show. The emotions &dilemmas of McCarthy era come across &issues of discrimination are relevant today.
Don't see it if The incessant phone ringing and use of the one sided phone call and old jokes are distracting.
See it if You want deep performances by 2 actors whose emotional investment & chemistry make the play believable. You’re drawn into their perspectives
Don't see it if Don’t shy away from the important themes discussed. The dialogue & acting created empathy for the characters & their experiences. So moving.
See it if You enjoy a fun small show about community theater. Great interaction among the characters and enjoyable dialogue and Mamet twists.
Don't see it if It has stereotypes in the characters but feels like a genuine community theater group and so enjoyable to watch. Give small shows a chance!
See it if You want a chance to hear how young people from various circumstances have fared in nyc and are a part of the arts. Inspiring stories.
Don't see it if You want a traditional play with plot line
See it if The child actress is special with presence and singing talent. The story had some potential but hard to get through.
Don't see it if The meandering plot, terrible sound problems with feedback unaddressed, plus the fake banjo playing and Scottish accent were off putting.
See it if Excellent Elaine May with her wonderful timing on display as she portrays gladys in steady decline. Heartbreaking realistic coping by family
Don't see it if It’s hard to watch effects on all their lives. Narration by grandson and awkward artist feel extraneous but show how outsiders judge family
See it if Cranston and the set were the main stars, Goldwyn was solid in his role. The film’s themes are still relevant with big business and control
Don't see it if Use of screens and multiple images were done well, but it was jarring to have action happening in the wings and boss characters screaming
See it if So well done it was riveting and time flew. Unfortunately frighteningly relevant today. Strong performances and great moving sets.
Don't see it if You can’t handle book adaptations or the subject matter but it’s timely to revisit civility, race relations, community and injustice
See it if Urie & Ruehl are terrific. Good cast all around. Strong story about relationships &family as well as portraying life for 70s lgbtq community
Don't see it if Actor playing teen seemed too old but he did have the right sassyness for the role. Combo of drama with comedy, some of 2nd half predictable
See it if Not the great farce of one man 2 guvnors, but had a nice twist in the second act act and compelling competition with on point dry narration.
Don't see it if First half was slow and could be funnier but some redemption in 2nd half with a thriller quality and nice acting.
See it if The Jomama persona is very engaging. storytelling draws you in with a message to boot. Be open to see things from different point of view.
Don't see it if Band very talented, but the music is loud and unevenly appealing.
See it if Quirky enjoyable show that leaves you thinking, as the 5 betties do, about what they really want to change. Strong acting, unusual vignettes
Don't see it if You don’t like female empowerment in non traditional ways or don’t enjoy a play within a play, but it’s so fun. Lots to ponder.
See it if Enjoyed the music, magic carpet, fun genie and over the top production pieces and scenery
Don't see it if Could have used more engaging acting, chemistry between characters and updating of Jasmine’s feminist role. more oomph needed for songs
See it if Shaina Taub’s songs & inclusive ensemble cast mixing professionals and a cross section of fellow city residents makes this a winning combo
Don't see it if No reason except if you don’t have time to try to get to see this delightful play with a great message of empathy and gender diaparity
See it if You’re prepared for a light, fluffy, rom-com with the cute addition of the neurotic thoughts of the couple acted out. It’s fun.
Don't see it if Stereotypes of the Jewish parents was too much and unnecessary.
See it if Very talented performers gave each piece their all. I especially liked the numbers that had some dance and light interactions. Fun songbook
Don't see it if I knew there was no story going into it, having seen the last production. It’s a fun night out if you expect cabaret rather than a play.
Also Needs better costumes!
See it if idina proved to be a good comedic actor. The juxtaposition of relationships was interesting, explored may/dec romance, aging and beauty.
Don't see it if At times was slow, not all characters likeable so while grappling with need for attention and deflecting aging did you really feel for them?
See it if You enjoy a terrific ensemble with big voices in a spare well done set in an intimate setting. Anika was a captivating femme fatale.
Don't see it if You should see it even if you don’t see yourself as an opera person, as I don’t. It’s that good.
See it if Fun parody of theater troupe. Nice ensemble piece and opportunity to laugh aloud. Enjoyed the theater references.
Don't see it if It’s a bit over the top, with the unlikeable playwright character making everything about about gay characters since he’s fixated himself
See it if You want a light play about childbirth that resonates if you’ve been through it. There’s an attempt to educate while entertaining.
Don't see it if You want more of a plot than childbirth vignettes, but it’s fun.