See it if you want an interesting dialogue on race - while sometimes a little over the top, it does provide an interesting insight.
Don't see it if you're looking for a subtle lesson on race. This show doesn't really trod any new ground and is a little too much at times.
See it if you are up for a night where nobody is quite sure what's going to happen & you enjoy insight into a new culture.
Don't see it if you want a well-rehearsed evening with a big cast.
See it if you (or your tween) are huge Dove Cameron fans and have a pressing need to see her live.
Don't see it if you are expecting ANY new/original music or a show that effectively navigates the line between good "cheeze" and stinky "cheeze".
See it if you're a huge Stockard Channing or Hugh Dancy fan and just really feel the need to see them.
Don't see it if you're looking for an interesting, challenging, thought-provoking play.
See it if you appreciate beautiful stories told very simply, and acted with perfect ensembles.
Don't see it if you need big, flashy productions. These shows are small and intimate with minimal sets.
See it if you like shows where the audience is engaged in the action on the stage and you're good with adult themes, humor, and nudity.
Don't see it if you have a weak stomach or if you're bothered by loud music and flashing/strobe lights - or if you're easily grossed out.
See it if you are either a fan or interested in learning more about Gloria Steinem and you're okay with more information vs. a book play per se.
Don't see it if you need a theatrical experience with a plot. This is more of a history lesson, so if that doesn't do it for you, take a pass.
See it if you want to see a very tight 90 minute show with some exceptional acting and asking interesting, relevant questions.
Don't see it if you're not comfortable with gay themes or tragic illnesses.
See it if you want to see a new work from a very promising young playwright and you appreciate good acting.
Don't see it if you're not comfortable with "adult themes" like abortion, violence, and LGBTQ issues.
See it if you don't need a lot of plot and like shows that go for the cheap emotional shots.
Don't see it if you're looking for a show that's going to make you think or challenge your perceptions. Or if you need a complex, interesting plot.
See it if you're a McTeer fan (she's wonderful - as always) as are several other members of the ensemble.
Don't see it if you want a show that really lands. While enjoyed the performances, I felt the story was cluttered and couldn't get out of its own way.
See it if you want an epic story with many twists and turns, based on the story of Job. The shadow cast who act the show in ASL is amazing.
Don't see it if you want a light, fluffy night of theater. Also, if you're not comfortable with themes like same sex relationships and drug use, stay away
See it if you enjoy stories told through song and appreciate some beautifully written music and striking lyrics
Don't see it if you're looking for a big production musical with huge sets, scene changes, and props - or a spoken book.
See it if you're a MFL fan and really feel like you need to see another production of this show - or if you want to see it with a nice, big orchestra
Don't see it if you want to see a new take on MFL or if you're expecting great singing from Eliza.
See it if you're a true Harry Potter fan and can't get enough of anything Hogwarts related or if you want to see some really magical staging.
Don't see it if you want a show that justifies almost six hours of theater or if you're not up to date on your Potter history.
See it if you want a loose twist on a classic performed by an ensemble who delivers - particularly Gregg Mozgala and Shannon DeVido.
Don't see it if you're looking for a literal translation of Richard III. They've taken liberties.
See it if you're looking for an entertaining, light evening with a fictionalized story of real people. A great performance by Villa.
Don't see it if you don't like gay content or don't know much about Williams or Inge.
See it if you are a huge Lois Smith fan or if you want to see how good actors can take a bad play and make it almost watchable.
Don't see it if you're expecting a play as good as "Marjorie Prime" or "John"
See it if you want to see a classic "old school" musical. It doesn't rely on fancy props or projections, but a good story with good songs and dancing
Don't see it if you're hoping to see Bette do any acting. She's great, but she's Bette doing Bette. Donna Murphy is glorious so if you want acting see her
See it if you want an acting lesson along with some VERY thought-provoking themes that will leave you thinking long after the show is over.
Don't see it if you're not patient and ready for a bit of a slow-burn of a show. It takes a little while to unfold, but it's worth it.
See it if you're looking for a different kind of "Christmas show" that raises a number of really interesting themes.
Don't see it if you're not open to hearing about different cultures and those whose experiences are different than most of us!
See it if you want to see a good production of an early work by one of our top playwrights and one of the hardest working ensembles on stage!
Don't see it if you're looking for a play that is totally believable in terms of plot (but that's not really the point).
See it if you want a mixed bag of messages about sexuality and race.
Don't see it if you're looking for a clear message. There's a lot happening here - much of it really good - but too much to deliver the point.
See it if you want a fun night at the theater with a nice message delivered with a softer touch than most.
Don't see it if gay themes bother you or if you're uptight and not willing to laugh and have fun.
See it if you're a huge Tyne or Tim fan - neither disappoints, or if you want a psychological thriller that's well directed.
Don't see it if you want a show that ties everything up with a bow. This show leaves a lot of questions for the audience to figure out for themselves.
See it if you want to be bored and depressed at the time, or if you're a huge McPherson or Dylan fan.
Don't see it if you are looking for characters you care about, a believable story, or music that supports the show.
See it if you've never seen Glenn Close up close and person. It's a tiny theatre and she's amazing and connected every minute.
Don't see it if you're looking for a great play or great acting from the entire ensemble.
See it if you want to see a faithful restaging of the original production.
Don't see it if you're not not a fan of period musicals. This one is still very much a product of the 70s, even though some minor lyrics have been updated
See it if you want to see solid performances by J. Alphonse Nicholson and Lauren Patton.
Don't see it if where do I start...if you want a plot that is even remotely believable or characters you care about.
See it if you need your messages handed to you directly wrapped up in a funny package.
Don't see it if you are sensitive about facing your prejudices or don't like people pointing them out in a blatant way.
See it if you enjoy family dramas with a bit of fantasy and flair. Also, if you're looking for a diverse show that highlights a different culture.
Don't see it if you're not willing to take in a story that is very much rooted in Indian culture - and learn some important parts of the culture.
See it if you want a smart, brave show that will blow your socks off and absolutely make you think. EVERYONE should be required to see this show.
Don't see it if you aren't willing to go in with an open mind and pay attention. There's lots to take in-if you want a light night, see something else.
See it if you're a fan of the movie and want a light night at the theatre.
Don't see it if you want a serious, important musical - or one with songs that are going to stick in your mind.
See it if you want to see what is probably the best production of a dated play that you're ever going to see...and to see Matt B in his undies.
Don't see it if you're not a huge fan of the show, one (or more of the stars) or of gay history. It's not a must-see as the play is dated.
See it if you want a delightful evening at the theatre with a beautiful story told with very clever direction.
Don't see it if you don't like folk tales told through music.
See it if you're looking for a VERY light night at the theatre and you're from Jersey (or the tri-state area and will "get" Jersey jokes).
Don't see it if you want serious theater with an thought-provoking plot, well-developed characters, and interesting music. This show is basic.
See it if you want a masterful staging of JRB's first show with a perfect cast.
Don't see it if you need a full narration in a show. This one is a collection of songs that loosely tell a story, but it's not a full through-line.
See it if you want to see how great acting can elevate an okay show to a pretty good show.
Don't see it if you're looking for new messages around the challenges facing those who come from lower income areas.
See it if you need an example of how with good writing & excellent acting you can be totally absorbed for 2:20 with just two actors and two chairs.
Don't see it if you need a lot of scenery and flash in your productions. But even then, this production may convince you they're not necessary!
See it if you are politics junkie who is up to date on current debates regarding policy and want a fast-paced political drama.
Don't see it if you're not into politics. It likely won't resonate with you.
See it if you're a huge Urie fan and think he can do no wrong or if you've never seen a production of Torch Song.
Don't see it if you're looking for perfect casting. Urie has been amazing in other shows and holds his own, but is miscast as are a few others.
See it if you are fascinated with the collaborative nature of theatre. The interaction between sound, lights, actors, props...it's pretty masterful.
Don't see it if you want a story only focused on the tennis match. They use this as a base for other themes, which are hit and miss.