See it if To see a classic play incredibly well done. Helen Hunt memorable as the stage manager. Intimate staging, you could smell the food cooking..
Don't see it if you don't want to feel so sad. That said, it is an poignant, classic play that should be known to everyone. You will never forget it
See it if You want to see a beautifully directed and staged touching and thought provoking masterpiece
Don't see it if If you prefer big brassy over the top fluffy theater
See it if You're interested in seeing one of the greatest American plays in one of its greatest stagings.
Don't see it if You're by no means a fan of this play or can't fathom a show without a set.
See it if you want to see classic material in a brand new way.
Don't see it if this style of writing just isn't for you. This staging is fresh and original, but if you are that opposed to the script you won't care.
See it if you want to see an excellent production of an outstanding play. The bacon scene (altho I keep veggie) was ingenious (hence Cromer's award).
Don't see it if it hurts too much to think of the loss of loved ones. OT made me miss my mother terribly. A reminder of how fragile and precious ea day is.
See it if If you like Thornton Wilder at his best. Wonderful direction, really good plot and fantastic acting. This is a classic stage story for the a
Don't see it if If you don't like Wilder, or if you do not like a classic like this type of show is.
See it if You want to be deeply impacted. Wilder's profound insights are not easily forgotten.
Don't see it if You dislike simplicity. This show is built on miming and improvisational acting.