See it if you have patience to get through an ill-fitting first third before a play finds a voice it can handle and gets interesting.
Don't see it if you do not have patience for an energetic, albeit somewhat forced, clash on culture, identity, and sexual power dynamics.
See it if you like Vonnegut in general, or would be curious to see many contemporary concerns dramatized through the lens of the '70s.
Don't see it if you are a Vonnegut superfan who might be disappointed by some occasionally hammy acting.
See it if it would be a treat for you to see Hayley Mills in a show.
Don't see it if one of your theater pet peeves is watching actors putter around with overly real props in a less-than-naturalistic manner.
See it if you need a night out for your book club folks.
Don't see it if you are entertaining your libertarian nephew from the suburbs and you care whether he will complain about you to his parents.
See it if you are in the mood for a Lumineers show but they aren't in town for a while and would settle for a cute story about people you don't know.
Don't see it if you have a low tolerance for strangers talking about themselves.
See it if you don't get out much and you need your one night to be big.
Don't see it if you need your musicals to have songs.
See it if you need to stay up to date with the Tracy Letts Theatrical Universe.
Don't see it if you don't need to see another story about an uninteresting middle-aged man deal with divorce in the most expected way possible.
See it if you want a show to stay with you long after the curtain falls.
Don't see it if you expect to be able see where a story is going before it gets there.
See it if you're a completist for the playwright or actors or odd details about the process of making an independent film.
Don't see it if you'd rather see a promising love story after its been untangled from a lot of superfluous minutiae.
See it if expert storytelling, winsome leads, and the best chorus you've ever seen interests you at all.
Don't see it if the cold cinder where your heart should be is completely immune to the theatrical arts.
See it if you want more chances to hear and see someone else's story.
Don't see it if you terribly mind that story tipping into very direct messaging at times.
See it if you want finely drawn performances and a few things to mull over.
Don't see it if you'd prefer the play mull over those thoughts a bit more as well in between the sitcommy banter.