See it if Obviously, if you're a Miller fan or interested in expanding your own knowledge of Miller's works.
Don't see it if You can't sit for an intermissionless show; or if a slower moving pace in a show won't hold your interest.
See it if you know and love the musical theatre genius of Irving Berlin and the Lindsay/Crouses of the theatre world. See it if you need a lift.
Don't see it if Uh.....uh......can't think of any really good reason
See it if You are interested in seeing new musicals that don't provide the typical musical dance "numbers."
Don't see it if You aren't willing to wait for the final dance to fully wrap up the ideas and story being told.
See it if Little kids loved the slapstick so I guess if you're a big kid and love slapstick, you'd like it.
Don't see it if Overly broad acting doesn't grab you. I must have been having an off day, because I didn't find it as funny as the little kids found it.
See it if You need a few laughs and need someone to prod you into action to save our Democracy
Don't see it if you're not a fan of one man shows or if you've already surrendered or if you think one man shows should draw the line at 1 hour and 1/2.
See it if You appreciate Shakespeare in the Park as a theatre venue and are ok w/ obvious references to trump & current affairs
Don't see it if you're a traditionalist that can't appreciate how the text supports current events or hate non-traditional casting
See it if Arthur Miller's great writing is never tiring no matter how many times you see/will see it.
Don't see it if annoying,inexplicable background music and unusual production values and direction mar your gut response to the show
See it if you're a Shaw fan and you like intelligent discussion.See the current Presidential candidates' views debated in 20th century costumes!
Don't see it if You don't want to face the mirror that is held up to mankind.
See it if you love Zola's novels; if you want the chance to see Keira on stage rather than on screen; if you can get tickets in front mez, not back
Don't see it if you're annoyed at getting the point by mid act 2, so think the writing could be shortened; if your only choice is cramped upper mezz seats
See it if you appreciate history and the importance of NOT repeating it. And if you appreciate good ensemble acting and well thought out technical.
Don't see it if If you are overwhelmed by the repression coming from our current Administration --
See it if you are a champion of women's rights and are interested in the history of the movement for choice. See it if you appreciate story-theatre
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason why someone --even if they don't believe in contraception or abortion - wouldn't at least be interested in the
See it if you like classic/elizabethan literature themes and characters given a 21st century musical twist - and given it brilliantly.
Don't see it if I cannot think of a reason to dislike anything about this show.
See it if you're an Anglophile and always want to see English theatre, are interested in theatre history, And if you want to hear amazing music
Don't see it if you're not willing to explore theatrical conventions that may be a little bewildering (at first)
See it if you loved the original and appreciate the genius of Schonberg & Boublil and want to see what is different about this revival.
Don't see it if no reason to NOT see. I gave it less than 100 as I had to adjust my thinking from the original and liked things in the original better
See it if You need a cathartic cry after November 8th -- the day that will live in infamy.
Don't see it if you've still not recovered from November 8th and all its implications.
See it if You are an Amelia Bullmore fan (or a Brit drama/comedy fan in general,) and if you appreciate intelligently written dramady
Don't see it if the run continues in its present space: the chairs are EXCRUCIATING to sit on; or if you plan to see soon, bring yourself some cushions.
See it if You can appreciate unexpected things about thePeter Pan script in general.
Don't see it if you're tied to rigged flying instead of choreographed "flying," or if a morose Barrie just doesn't seem magical enough.