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See it if If you like smart musicals, talented youngsters.
Don't see it if If you hate musicals or are sensitive about the subject matter (no spoilers but you can easily look it up).
See it if You’re a Russian history buff, especially modern Russian history, or love Isaac Babel.
Don't see it if You like lighter, shorter fare. This is definitely an ambitious work that requires attention.
See it if You love Shakespeare, modern takes on classic productions, strong acting, fresh takes on the bars with present day humor injected.
Don't see it if You don't care for the Trump parallels, which often feels forced and a poor dramatic fit. At 2 hours, it still feels somehow long.
See it if You enjoy slowly unfolding family drama, commitment to demanding parts, delayed payoff.
Don't see it if You like shorter, contemporary, experimental plays, are indifferent to 50s family dynamics.
See it if Malloy fans, alt-musical fans, Rasputin fans. If you love site specific shows, good music, surprises and subversions.
Don't see it if You prefer mainline musicals with more plot and clearly defined characters. If you prefer PG-rated shows and don't like raunch.
See it if You love well-written, superbly acted family dramedies with something to say about modern life in America.
Don't see it if You need a lot of edge and quirk not found at the American Thanksgiving dinner table.
See it if You're a fan of the show. Actors playing Dorothy and Blanche were great. Blending new jokes into old ones taken straight from the show.
Don't see it if Show drags a little -- 30 minute episode stretched into a play. Puppeteers slightly distracting from the puppets at times.
See it if You are a huge fan of Sartre and need to see the play staged. You don't mind sitting thru 2 hours of dragging dialogue without intermission.
Don't see it if If you want to see a compelling version of No Exit. Garcin is weak. Website should accurately state the play is 2 hours, not 1.5.
See it if You dig irreverent Broadway musical comedy with homages to the classics and expertly choreographed showstoppers.
Don't see it if You hate musicals and musical comedy--irreverent or not.
See it if You're a fan of Charlie B., enjoy too-shelf Broadway child actors performing their faces off for you, need to trick your kids into theater.
Don't see it if Can't stand child actors, think Charlie Brown is dated, get bored with 2 hours of kids playing precocious kids.
See it if If you like South Park and love (or hate) musicals. Funny, great musical numbers, full of tropes and homages to mainstream musicals
Don't see it if You're offended by college-level humor, i.e.., lots of cussin' and scatological jokes.
See it if Emotional tsunami -- a musical that knows how to bide its time with absorbing entertainment, then wring you out with drama. Must-see.
Don't see it if You don't want to be emotionally exhausted and gutted at the end of a Broadway musical, or are uncomfortable with sexuality and family death
See it if You like great staging, apt direction, and pro actors elevating the material.
Don't see it if You'll get bored watching 2 people on stage talking for what feels like 2 hrs. Too personal and not enough meat on the story.
See it if Musical theater doesn't get bigger than this--ensemble cast, showstoppers, historical wrapping
Don't see it if If you find musical theater cheesy and overwrought, Les Mis won't change your mind.
See it if Marc Strong is stupendous. Riveting performance that will please Miller fans and newbies.
Don't see it if Direction is uneven and (saw it in previews). Strange choices allowing the drama to falter at times.
See it if You've seen Sleep No More and crave something new; don't mind an amateurish element.
Don't see it if You're expecting the same quality as Sleep No More, great value for the price of the tickets, hate interactive theater.
See it if You like innovative theater, want to see a young superstar (lead)
Don't see it if If you're allergic to serious subject matter (autism)
See it if You want to see a funny, brilliantly directed and modulated tour de force in a very tight 90 minutes. Bobby Cannavale is a pleasure.
Don't see it if You prefer ensemble pieces or something a bit darker.
See it if You like irreverant musicals, committed performers giving it their all. Great dance musical numbers and choreography with minimal staging.
Don't see it if You don't like serious subject matter presented in the form of an irreverent musical.
See it if You enjoy interactive, irreverent riffs on Shakesperean classics, and trained actors monologuing after 5 shots of whiskey.
Don't see it if You're not patient with tourist-oriented raunchiness and audience interaction, or expect Bard by-the-books.
See it if You like Chekhov set in an English garden, are patient with slow-moving exposition with a beautifully written and acted family play.
Don't see it if If you can't do 3 hour plays in 3 acts. Play could be 2 hours without losing much.
See it if You love O'Neill, intense ensemble drama, and experimental renderings to f classics.
Don't see it if You are a purist and want your classics done classically.
See it if You read the Idiot or read Dostoyevsky, like strong, committed performances and avant-garde staging. It was fun to see The Idiot staged.
Don't see it if If you're turned off by 4th-wall breaking, multimedia performance art installations and balk at even the hint of participatory theater.
See it if You're looking for something different--interactive theater with a missing wall, exquisitely done.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy interaction with actors or being separated from your party.
See it if You like fresh, creative musicals driven by young performers.
Don't see it if You like your musicals old-fashioned and more family friendly.
See it if Showstoppers don't get bigger than this. Entertaining all the way, and edgy. Holds up great.
Don't see it if You've got no soul and don't like musical dance numbers.
See it if Classic, must-see musical. Timeless classic and with tremendous music.
Don't see it if Don't like musical theater and somewhat cheesy 19th century plotting.