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 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 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.
See it if you love this timeless classic or are looking for a good cry
Don't see it if you're not looking for the ugliest cry of your life...this show is incredibly sad and will break even the most stoic people..
See it if You wish to witness a simple love story, in a simple town, where everyone knows your name and game.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a simple plot. Not for those who need action or heavy drama.
See it if You are expanding your theatre education. If you're looking into drama, you should probably know what this is.
Don't see it if You've had someone pass recently, or if you want to avoiding crying.