See it if you have an interest in Theater of the Absurd, Brecht’s descendants, philosophical theater, parables of power or the postwar European psyche
Don't see it if you have no taste for theater that is not a naturalistic story.
See it if You want a non-historical, satire of old politics that's relevant to new politics. You want to see a rarely-seen classical play.
Don't see it if You prefer contemporary political satire. You want a revised classical play. You want an equally trained classical cast-some good, some not.
“The spirit on stage, where Chika Shimizu’s geometrically spare set incorporates palace and chicken coop with a feel for pop-art imperium, is farcical and more than a little absurdist. Especially with that opening dance routine...The play, perhaps, invites immediate analogy to whatever conditions it is produced under...English translation by Nellhaus, which can feel a bit talky rather than succinct at times, making some actors spit out lines too quickly for good diction.”