See it if all female casts are alluring answer to some of Shakespeare's problems with this play.
Don't see it if you don't want to wait on interminable lines for a free ticket.
See it if You appreciate new interpretations of a classic, enjoy seeing excellent up-coming talent, like the small theatre scene.
Don't see it if You expect the literal interpretation, perfect production values.
"This 'Taming of the Shrew,' though uneven in its performances, is a surprisingly adept interpretation of a typically problematic piece...This production navigates the piece’s inherent sexism quite well, presenting Kate and Petruchio as each other’s equals without reimagining or heavily adapting the text...This 'Shrew' is actually an admirable production, which entertains without requiring the audience to accept or overlook the sexism."