See it if You wish to see the kind of play that tackles the trauma of a school shooting in the quiet routines of the school a year after the tragedy.
Don't see it if The topic of school based violence and shootings is not to your taste. You don't wish to contemplate lives of those who die & those spared.
See it if You enjoy philosophical and faith heavy plays, with two master storytellers' short stories adapted to short plays.
Don't see it if You prefer musicals or plays with lighter topics than man's state of being in the world and what he needs to live by: thinking and love.
See it if You're a discriminating theatre goer expecting a well-written play, well acted on a beautifully set designed stage w/ great lighting+sound.
Don't see it if You have no interest in seeing a play about a woman's late blooming awakening and emancipation written and set in Jamaica in the 1970s.
See it if You’re curious about heroin addiction: a death trip on a long bath tub ride to nowhere, escorted by a Peewee Herman look-alike Grim Reaper.
Don't see it if You don’t like shows that make you feel uncomfortably numb & lacking in compassion for those who stumble into the death spiral of addiction.
See it if you want to see a play covering topics like the dynamics of the chain of command that hyde opportunities for abuses of weaker subordinates.
Don't see it if you've no interest in seeing plays about the military and the hornet nest that arises on a ship when five thousand people sexually abstain.
See it if You like plays about historically accurate racially discriminatory conditions of African-American soldiers leading up to World War II.
Don't see it if You don't like historically inspired detective plays about a black soldier unit in the lead up to America's intervention in Europe's WWII.
See it if You like biographical one person shows. You will laugh, you will wince & be moved by the story Ms. Grant shares about life with her mother.
Don't see it if You don't care for biographical one-woman shows.
See it if You enjoy well written and masterfully performed one-person plays. Be prepared to hum along and be an active participant from the get go.
Don't see it if You don’t like one person plays that don’t adhere to standard stage and narrative style of performance. You prefer to be a passive audience.
See it if you like plays about unhealthy relationships, male angst and inability to cope with trauma and grief in a time of high general anxiety.
Don't see it if you don't care for plays about toxic relationships between men and women as well as female relationships that covet the dysfunction you have
See it if You like well-written one man shows that resonate with our current state of affairs. Each of the 4 characters is a recognizable archetype.
Don't see it if You don’t like one man shows that provoke thoughtful discussions & democratic debate. What you see on the surface isn’t always what you get.
See it if You like to see plays that don’t adhere to stereotypes.
Don't see it if You have no interest in plays that deal with millennial topics such as date rape and drug & alcohol addiction and female empowerment.
See it if You are interested to hear about the nuances of daily life within the Orthodox Hasidic Jewish community told with self-effacing humor.
Don't see it if You don’t want to know information about the Orthodox Hasidic Jewish community who by choice and tradition lives with its own strict laws.
See it if You feel strongly about women’s reproductive rights and appreciate great writing and acting. You could hear a pin drop. It was that quiet!
Don't see it if You live in a bubble of privilege & abortion or the right of a woman to end a pregnancy legally doesn’t interest you in the least.
See it if You like plays that navigate the lives of individuals who contributed to the advancement of the field of human science. There's much to like
Don't see it if You skip quirky familial plays about too many psychologically unresolved issues. This play will make you ask more questions than it answers.
See it if You enjoy biographical innovative story-telling told in narrative, drum voices, dynamic dance, and beautiful puppeteering performances.
Don't see it if loud drumming marching band sound and multi-media, creative, original story-telling is not your style.
See it if You are not easily offended or put off by prolonged on stage nudity and references to hell.
Don't see it if Nudity, drug references and simulated gore and violence are not to your liking.
See it if you want to be moved to tears and step into the shoes of a human being running to a better life and away from war & lack of opportunity.
Don't see it if You couldn't care less about the plight of the world's displaced citizens from wars, violence, poverty, natural disasters.
See it if You love physical comedies and farces that showcase actors ' physical and verbal comedy skills. ~180 Year old play that is still fresh today
Don't see it if Historical farces are not to your liking
See it if You want to see an amazing new play from a master young genius playwright who knows all the crevices of the human condition intimately well.
Don't see it if You don't wish to descend into the mine shafts of your buried emotions.
See it if You like well written & acted plays that comment on the nature of historical collective right and wrong of a community with a dark history.
Don't see it if dialogue heavy plays are not to your liking and you prefer musicals.
See it if want to know what it’s like to live within an unjust drug sentencing system that metes 2jail sentences: long ones for blacks, but not whites
Don't see it if The American Criminal Justice System is not a topic you wish to delve into and explained to you in a very intimate witness & undeniable way
See it if You like comedies and wish to support great regional theatre. Bring your whole family to see. It is old fashioned wholesome entertainment. .
Don't see it if you prefer dramas or musicals instead. Reaching the Queens Theatre venue may require driving, as is not easily reached by public transport.
See it if you like meaningful theatre with dystopian warnings of the direction our country might take without the intervention of our justice system.
Don't see it if you don't like political theatre which deals head on with the current cruel conditions of detaining undocumented immigrants in private jails
See it if you want to see original & creative theatre that's inspired by Immanuel Kant's concept of how countries can reach & maintain perpetual peace
Don't see it if you prefer musicals and classic theatre to actors playing dogs aggressively competing for the top job is not your kind of theatre.
See it if You like daring one-man shows which explore life sideways through contemplative musings about physics, literature, relationships love & loss
Don't see it if You prefer more upbeat plays unlike this exploring a man's life crisis & mental journey brought on by the loss of his young child to cancer.
See it if You like musicals with great songs and storylines. If you are a fan of Bob Dylan's lyrics, this is a can't miss show.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals that take place during the Great Depression, or you expect to recognize the lyrics by Bob Dylan's familiar voice.
See it if You like new show formats that challenge convention. Without expectations, you won't be disappointed. A millennial exploration of death.
Don't see it if You have no interest in exploring death as a musical subject. This show's clearly not for everyone but for those willing to hum death along.
See it if you like musicals with very strong, charming and modern female leads based on real life women who were ahead of their time.
Don't see it if you prefer plays to musicals and don't care for issues like equality among the sexes, voting & union rights and american immigration issues.
See it if You like journalistic theatre that filters the experience of the every man/woman who deal with cultural and real borders. It’s a must see.
Don't see it if You have no interest in a journalistic style of theatre that gives voice to countless experiences of what it’s like to be an outsider.
See it if You understand the terrible injustice done to immigrants who flock to the US for economic reasons & to escape violence.
Don't see it if You don’t want to hear stories of people who risk their life to come to this country.
See it if You’re a fan of Bertolt Brecht and enjoy plays that air societal ills. Hate in Nazy Germany; present misogyny & a dystopian future scenario.
Don't see it if You veer right politically. You wouldn’t get anything out of these three short but sharp one-act plays which denounce hate and injustice.
See it if You like revivals of 40+ year-old plays that deal with death with characters who are not particularly easy to like or feel compassion for.
Don't see it if Death is not a topic you wish to be entertained by.
See it if You loved the original but are curious about how much better the new one can be with Mr. Bernstein’s same old great score.
Don't see it if New or old make no difference, you have no appreciation for the musical genre.
See it if Intellectually stimulating thought provoking stories intrigue and entertain you. Science, ethics, the g-d particle interest you deeply.
Don't see it if you prefer light and fluffy subject matter that doesn't delve on life and death, science, morality.
See it if You’re young no matter what your age, but the singing, and comedic acting and beautiful costumes will transport you to 17th century China.
Don't see it if You don’t wish to see a play especially written for an under-10 audience.
See it if it's too late for this one, but I recommend catching this new musical iteration of an old classic, if and when it will be staged again.
Don't see it if well-written, acted, sung, choreographed and orchestrated musicals based on an old literary classic are not to your liking.
See it if You follow current events and are a fan of the rule of law and support a strong democracy.
Don't see it if Provocative political performances based on FOIA FBI transcripts disturb your carefully constructed facade that all is okay in the world.
See it if You're a fan of the 1940s actress known professionally as Deanna Durbin who succeeded to make it out of the Hollywood machine alive
Don't see it if You don't like cabaret biographical storytelling and singing about an actress who walked away from fame and fortune & a sure early grave
See it if you find yourself in a contemplative mood & want to hear an artist's intimate thoughts & reflections on 4 special women in her family circle
Don't see it if you're not the kind of person who likes to reflect on family, relationships, life, illness and our finite time on this planet.