See it if you want to see a realistic comedy/drama about coming of age in the '90's which features a supernatural twist.
Don't see it if The sexually explicit scenes may be a bit too disconcerting for more sensitive audience members.
See it if you want to see a drama that explores the effect of the Vietnam war on the soldiers and their families, or enjoy coming-of-age stories
Don't see it if Despite the title, "Orange Julius" is a drama with some heavy and challenging themes. It has some humor, but it's not a sugary, frothy play.
See it if Both devotees of "The Catcher in the Rye" as well as those who are fascinated by the Salinger mystique, will appreciate "Holden" the play.
Don't see it if Audience members unfamiliar with "The Catcher in the Rye" or its historical and cultural impact on America will probably be challenged.
See it if The central story and its themes (loss, anger, grief, frustration, and ultimately, healing) can be appreciated by a universal audience.
Don't see it if The play deals with the loss of a child and grief; one character recalls her last minutes with her dying son. It's almost painful to watch.
See it if you like your comedy over-the-top and outrageous, and mixed with messages about female empowerment and relationships between women.
Don't see it if you don't have a sense of humor
See it if Make no mistake: Despite its comedic and occasionally campy touches, the play is actually smart, searing drama based on real history.
Don't see it if Would audiences who never saw The Sound of Music would appreciate this play in its own right?
See it if you want to see a play about porn that's not watered down,not moralistic in tone,and often hilariously funny with a focus on the MALE actors
Don't see it if you can't wait almost half an hour for the promised male nudity, or if you can't handle seeing a play about the adult film industry
See it if you want a provocative look into the lives of a family of LGBTQ youth who congregated at NYC's Christopher Street Piers in the late 1980's
Don't see it if you have a difficult time watching depictions of prostitution, gay-bashing, and other hardships experienced by marginalized LGBTQ youth.
See it if If one of the missions of theater is to provoke, the play goes above and beyond. The themes are still relevant over three centuries later.
Don't see it if It's a challenging play for the audience. You may have guessed by the setting that there's little chance for a happy ending.
See it if Both the comedy in the first half and the tragedy in the second half are both performed with equal energy and talent by the youthful cast.
Don't see it if The main character's sexual violation and subsequent feelings--guilt, shame, helplessness, anger, and desperation-- are difficult to watch.