See it if You have yet to see a staging of this classic Sam Shepard's play.
Don't see it if You saw the 2015 Broadway production of this play starring Sam Rockwell. If you have a good memory, you'll be too tempted to compare them.
See it if You hold a very slim hope that a normal un-treasonous US presidency is still possible, where Russia's dirty tactics are nowhere in sight.
Don't see it if You think the 45th US Presidency is the "greatest and best ever...!" Nothing will penetrate as grand a self-delusion as that!
See it if you wish to hear two more white male emotional woe-me unburdening perspectives fully aware of their stridently missing female counterparts.
Don't see it if you don't like confessional monologues that feel lifted from a psychiatrist's therapy session.
See it if You like retro, mild-themed female anchored musicals that barely hint at a future feminist movement but fall short of it as they are.
Don't see it if You tend to fall asleep as soon as the lights go down, who at intermission complaints that there's too much talking, not enough singing.
See it if You enjoy plays about conflict, memory, and what lies beneath the human psyche which drives all that we are and do.
Don't see it if All of the above is too heavy to ponder and absorb.
See it if you enjoy apparently simple plays with profound moral intellectual implications to modern society
Don't see it if nuances in human behavior fly over your head and nothing will ever shake you from your righteous stance.
See it if you are interested in the psychology and motivation behind human sociopathic, amoral and unethical behavior.
Don't see it if in-depth psychological autopsies make you extremely uncomfortable.
See it if You love the art of story-telling in general and are fascinated by Japanese culture.
Don't see it if Watching a Slovenian-Canadian dressed in a kimono telling stories about his experiences training as a Rakugo Master does not interest you.
See it if you are a globally aware citizen who is up on South Sudan's struggle of its multi-tribes + the war that brought about independence in 2011.
Don't see it if you are a misogynist and a MAGA concept supporter.
See it if you often fantasize of an ideal fictional love triangle with you as a beautiful, if whimsical woman at its center.
Don't see it if You don't like plays that leave things unresolved.
See it if you often find yourself happily humming a tune and not much gets you down. Also, if you tend to be a pessimist and are often anxious.
Don't see it if You are really not human, but were secretly dumped on our planet by mean aliens with a nasty sense of humor.
See it if You want a night out with your children but they are still under 21 and going to a comedy club with them is not an option. You LOVE improv.
Don't see it if You hate improv, rap, creative word-play genius as it happens. And you can't bear to be separated from your smartphone any amount of time.
See it if the Motown sound makes your brain happy, like it does mine. There are so many amazing singers in this show that it's hard to keep track.
Don't see it if you like musicals with plot, like my son does. This is strictly a music review of all the Temptations greatest songs.
See it if You've ever been tempted to see a fortune teller to tell you your future.
Don't see it if You're trying so hard to figure out how Mr. Derren Brown does the tricks he does that you don't enjoy the show for what it is: pure fun!
See it if You want to see an African American actress disappear before our eyes, and a German Jewish Olympic hopeful athlete take her place.
Don't see it if You thrive best in the literal world and can’t make the sophisticated leap the playwright and director ask of the audience.
See it if you like subtle drama plays that help to frame the LGBTQ arch: from non-existent in the 50s to a respected multi-faceted identity today.
Don't see it if you have no interest in plays that deal with LGBTQ identities in a non-direct, read-between-the-lines kind of way.
See it if You like plays about modern American politics in general and Presidential history in particular.
Don't see it if you aren't a fan of facts and couldn't care less about civil rights or Washington insider politics.
See it if you like subversive theatre that dares to speak truth to political power.
Don't see it if questioning authority disagrees with your personality and disposition. You hate questioning established authority.
See it if You’ve seen most of what’s come, gone or is still playing on Broadway the last couple of years. You love well written and performed spoofs.
Don't see it if you lack a funny bone or a sense of humor.
See it if You are more than a casual Star Wars fan. You enjoy funny, self-effacing humor. You like to laugh.
Don't see it if you are serious Trekkies. You will feel out of your element as show is based on deep knowledge of the Star Wars saga.
See it if You enjoy powerful family drama. I guarantee that even the strongest of you will wince as the drama unfolds in such an intimate space.
Don't see it if Your job is so stressful that you prefer light and fluffy comedy and musicals to keep yourself balanced.
See it if you love Disney musicals based on Disney cartoons with inspiring award winning songs...Let it Go...and go see it. You will sing along!!!
Don't see it if Disney is not to your liking.
See it if you have a contemplative nature and thinking about aging and all that comes with it doesn't frighten you.
Don't see it if just the thought of getting old makes you depressed.
See it if You like edgy, thought-provoking "dare to go there" (the name I would give this play) theatrical piece.
Don't see it if You don't like provocative, shocking theatre with nudity and relationship conflict.
See it if you like all things quirky and original...and Mr. Gary Busey playing God intrigues you. Yeah, why not, he's a good sport and funny too.
Don't see it if You have a tendency to nit-pick at how the show has a great premise, but could be so much better if only...don't go down that rabbit hole...