See it if you’d like a physical rendering of the Bard’s great farewell to theater that has points to make—non-didactically—about colonialism.
Don't see it if “The Tempest” for you is not “The Tempest” unless Prospero gets to deliver his full valedictory speeches. Read more
See it if you want to see Allison Houser's and Tessa Barlow-Ochshorn's innovative vision on stage and enjoy Shakespeare with some modern twist
Don't see it if you need polished Shakespearean actors and a venue without site problems Read more
See it if you want to be immersed in a different "Tempest",performed by passionate young actors on a minimalist stage, at the sound of grt rock music.
Don't see it if If you are not familiar with Shakespeare's Tempest, you will not be able to understand this version,especially at the very beginning. Read more
See it if You like Shakespeare in any shape or form & want to support small companies & inexperienced actors. Amusing version, but not expertly done.
Don't see it if you dislike small companies, & want your Shakespeare fully baked, expertly cast & w 16th century music, not rock & popular music. Read more
See it if You like 90s music and Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You are a Shakespeare purist
See it if You have read and enjoyed Shakespeare’s “Tempest.” If you did not you will not likely be able to follow this version.
Don't see it if You expect a close -to -Shakespeare rendition.
See it if You don’t have any plan and just want to see some Shakespeare
Don't see it if You want to see a serious adaptation
See it if If you like a reworking of Shakespeare with contemporary music thrown in. You like decent acting.
Don't see it if You don't like small bare bones productions. However they do a lot with what they have and the sound and lights are excellent.