See it if you are willing to see what a singular black gay chunky and tremendously intelligent and clever talented man might be feeling and thinking
Don't see it if you cannot wade through moments of introspection that might imply self homophobia though it ends up on a more hopeful note.
See it if You don't mind a sub par revival of classic Sam Shepard play. The writing & themes still have value even in this somewhat anemic revival.
Don't see it if This is your first introduction to Sam Shepard.
See it if You are even a little bit of a Cher fan or if you want Vegas style entertainment with a little bit extra.
Don't see it if You are looking for great depth or surprising revelations or for an advancement of the musical form.
See it if you have an interest in LGBTQ life in today's fast changing world.
Don't see it if you believe there is still too much discussion of gay life, gender roles and fluid sexuality today.
See it if you are looking for a Lesbian love story with some serious overtones about the effect of organized religion on romantic freedom
Don't see it if you have a closed mind on same sex relationships or personal faith.
See it if You are a Potter head or if you just like spectacular theater with a strong fanciful story
Don't see it if You never liked the Harry Potter stories or you resist fantasy in general.
See it if You never got over your schoolboy crush on Hayley Mills. She has real stage presence in an otherwise lackluster production.
Don't see it if You have no patience with female oriented comedy. (neither feminist nor man bashing though)
See it if you enjoyed previous McDonough plays. This ranks up there with them. Some accents can be difficult to understand.
Don't see it if you don't like quirky witty thrillers with heavy sexual overtones!
See it if You enjoy a well staged bit of amusing fluff with a talented lovable cast.
Don't see it if You are looking for high artistic merit over just plain entertainment.
See it if You want to see one of the historical LGBT plays brought vividly to exciting life! Michael Urie leads a phenomenal cast
Don't see it if There is no reason to not see this play. If you are homophobic, you need to see it all the more (but probably won't)
See it if You have an interest in LGBT history cleverly written by one who lived it and entertainingly presented by a talented cast and crew.
Don't see it if you cannot understand why the beginnings of the gay rights movement are still relevant today.
See it if You wish to see a neo-Brechtian movement piece of theater more self absorbed than absorbing. The acting is credible.
Don't see it if you believe that sometimes less is more or if you are looking for any illumination or interesting new takes on Burgess' story.
See it if You are interested in theater that reflects current life in Mid America today with an unflinching view. A deserved Pulitzer Prize winner.
Don't see it if you are looking for pure escapism.
See it if you enjoy intelligent, thought provoking, witty drama presented by superb actors in an absorbing production.
Don't see it if you are looking for escapist entertainment. You will enjoy thinking at this play.
See it if You appreciate American classic theater well acted in a top class production.
Don't see it if You don't like the occasionally overwrought writing of early twentieth century writing.
See it if You wish to see Bette Midler masterfully lead a talented cast in an exhuberating performance of an American iconic musical!
Don't see it if You are as curmudgeonly as Horace Vandergelder and don't like silly (though hilariously funny) musical comedies.
See it if You wish to see a fairly good ensemble show what this historic show was like.
Don't see it if You are not willing to put up with copious amounts of exposition and anger easily at misogynistic writing.
See it if you want to see the first post-Trump play or if you like apocalyptic scifi with a bit of LGBTQ philosophy mixed in.
Don't see it if you wish everything cut and dried or crystal clear.
See it if You want to see fairly interesting take on gay pride history thru the eyes of 5 individuals who inhabited the same bar at different periods.
Don't see it if One actor shows bore you.
See it if you can get and afford tickets to the best show in years. And buy the cast album to fully appreciate the genius of this piece.
Don't see it if you are not willing to give some new music a try.
See it if You love to laugh because despite only mediocre music, expertly comic performances well serve one of the funniest shows on Broadway.
Don't see it if you are only looking for advances in the art of musical theater. This is just old fashioned fun!
See it if you would enjoy an immersive show about a rentboy caught up in actions seemingly beyond his control
Don't see it if you are offended about depictions of kinky sex, are squeamish about being touched (you can opt out of that)
See it if You have forgotten how homophobic persecution exists in Russia and is mirrored in some circles in the U.S. even today.
Don't see it if strong scenes of brutality and forced sexuality are too much for you to handle
See it if You wish to know at all the history of theater in New York, the resources available as a theater student (formal or informal) or fan.
Don't see it if you just want to go to a showand let them do the work. Don't bother if you've never gotten into a theater argument er discussion.
See it if you like gritty urban humor with intelligence and affection underneath, well directed until the final five minutes
Don't see it if you are easily offended or dislike stories that play with linear progression. Not everything in this story is clear and concise
See it if If you are a fan of film noir (with a twist) and are fascinated by combining it with black slice of historical life drama
Don't see it if you prefer realism to moody poetic dramas with a sense of humor and irony.
See it if you wish to see a complex portrayal of a teenage girl well acted and you do not care about inconsitencies
Don't see it if you get easily frustrated when a talented author gets lazy or sloppy in their work
See it if You are an Albee fan or a fan of intelligent and literate theater.
Don't see it if You lack patience to listen to language over plot (particularly in 1st play)
See it if you are willing to listen to the position of an Indian Muslim family dealing w/ their transgender child + gain insights into their feelings
Don't see it if you are unwilling to give a one performer a show a chance no matter how well told.
See it if you love ethnic comedy not caring if it makes sense has no more than a few genuinely funny lines.
Don't see it if you have a low tolerance for seeing good actors wasted by sloopy writing and poor direction.
See it if You like well written law procedurals charged with thoughts current and provocative.
Don't see it if You are disturbed by profanity in pursuit of the sacred.
See it if you share the more liberal and well known views of Michael Moore views
Don't see it if you still support the policies of the current occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
See it if you enjoy variations on familiar tales, well acted and well told using music and dark humor
Don't see it if you are easily offended or overly squeamish
See it if you can be moved by a story of artists creating that which is meaningful to them against opposition both political and moral.
Don't see it if you lack the patience to be challenged by a multilayered story told through many forms of expression.
See it if You have an interest in world affairs and insightful writing when performed by actors well versed in their craft.
Don't see it if You tend to get lost in wordy writing or find such approaches boring.
See it if You find Harvey Fierstein irresistible and you are fascinated by LGBT history
Don't see it if you can wait until the fix the problems inherent in the casting, acting and staging.
See it if Seeing achingly complex gay characters in a witty and raw examination of contemporary gay life
Don't see it if Having to follow a twisting complex plot would bother you.
See it if You enjoy bravura vocal performances from artists like Cynthia Erivo and Jennifer Holliday and a wonderful cast.
Don't see it if You are bothered by a sometimes clunky book.
See it if You want to see contemporary gay theater with a witty and moving script, well directed and performed by a talented cast.
Don't see it if you get uptight around frank discussions about addiction.