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See it if You'd enjoy an evening with Eastern European Shakespearean fortune tellers in a shipping container in a junkyard (uh, recycling center)
Don't see it if You don't like experimental, immersive Shakespeare or Balkan style music, the smell of compost and a close, dark playing space
See it if You'd like to see the gap between the classes done British style, a sort of Alan Ackbourne version of Lynn Nottage's Sweat
Don't see it if You want the comedy to last through both acts.
See it if You enjoy immersive dance theater, audience participation, following the actor/dancers around the space
Don't see it if You have mobility issues, are uncomfortable with standing for 90 minutes, direct contact with the performers, sexual and racial themes
See it if You like farce, physical comedy and some zingers about contemporary society delivered straight from Old Russia at the time of the Czar
Don't see it if A silly, farcical tale of government corruption cuts too close to reality for you
See it if You want to see a powerful one- woman show about an angry Welsh woman with addiction issues who gets pregnant and has a tough time
Don't see it if Raw language offends, or you would have trouble understanding a rural Welsh accent
See it if You are interested in the backstory of the Oslo accords or in general how people can learn to compromise and work together
Don't see it if Historical plays bore you and you are looking for something light.
See it if You like the work of Lynn Nottage, realistic drama with heart
Don't see it if You are not interested in the lives of Factory workers in Reading, PA
Also Engrossing look into the lives of folks struggling in middle America
See it if Your would enjoy the fabulous Jo Lambert and a stage full of good looking guys dance to tuneless rock music with bad lyrics.
Don't see it if you are expecting Talking Heads or Here Lies Love level material
See it if If you want to see Shakespeare's take on the cynicism of politicians and the fickleness of public opinion.
Don't see it if You dislike Shakespearean language and/or blood.
See it if You are an indie theater nerd and will relate to the ultimate indie theater nerd
Don't see it if The recitation of lists of off off Broadway plays that you haven't seen will put you to sleep
See it if You'd enjoy a pleasant evening under a tent on the lovely grounds of Boscobel in Cold Spring NY and a beautiful view of the Hudson River
Don't see it if If you would be bored by historical fiction about how two actors from Shakespeare's company published the first folio of his works
See it if Shakespeare's take on sexual harassment and abuse of power would be meaningful to you. Cara Ricketts is a powerfully compelling Isabella
Don't see it if If you think Shakespeare shouldn't make you think. Or if you don't like seeing sex toys with your Shakespeare
See it if Whether you've like "part 1" or not because part 2 stands on its own as a witty 21st c play about relationships & self, gender & privilege
Don't see it if You are an Ibsen purist. You don't like curse words
See it if You would like a dark absurdist play with great dancing that falls somewhere between Beckett and Martin McDonagh but isn't as good
Don't see it if You hate absurdist theater, flashing lights, blackouts, blood, and like a play with a plot
See it if You can never get enough Shakespeare and like to see eager young actors putting their hearts into delivering a lively, intimate show .
Don't see it if You are bothered by a very abridged version with not much depth or subtlety
See it if You are interested in Sholom Asch and Yiddish theater, and theater artists pushing boundaries in pre-war Europe.
Don't see it if You are looking for a light evening of theater. Don't see it if you dont like klezmer music,
See it if You would enjoy August Wilson's masterfully written dialogue performed by a superb cast.
Don't see it if You would not be interested to be a fly on the wall in a livery cab dispatch office in Pittsburgh
Also Great play, great cast- so glad I went to see Jitney. Life-affirming!