See it if you like your comedies to be both emotionally-moving and contemplative.
Don't see it if you don't like guys talking about their prostates, and "taking a leak".
See it if You like a fun, and intelligent story with really attention-grabbing lines.
Don't see it if You dislike Mallorca.
"'Mallorca' harks back to Neil Simon’s classics. It’s a jokey, sentimental story with a moral and a message. If that’s your thing, then 'Mallorca' will be a delight, for it’s an entertaining play with sitcom-esque beats and corny jokes. But if you like your theater to stand out from the stuff you watch passively at home, then it might not be for you."
"The 'Mallorca' storyline is simple and predictable...It’s the acting in 'Mallorca' that saves the day...The play explores interesting territory. But for a comic investigation of bonding patterns among New York City heterosexual males, you’ll do at least as well to watch HBO’s 'Bored to Death,' which explores the theme in a funnier and more sophisticated way."
"'Mallorca' is not a deeply intellectual piece, but it is funny as hell. Playwright Sheldon Bull is a veteran sitcom writer and his pacing and versatility are evident. Donald Brenner has directed this piece excellently. 'Mallorca' doesn’t break new ground, but it presents men in a fresh, funny and non-stereotypical way."