See it if a play popular from several years ago, overpraised and overrated but amusing, witty, occasionally touching, and never boring nonetheless.
Don't see it if you want to support a new (three-years-old or so) worthy theater company and pass two hours pleasantly ..
"It’s a comedy. And it should be stated that this piece is uproariously funny. Which only makes sense as most comedy at its roots comes from a tragic place. Many mental health professionals argue that comedy is a coping mechanism as well as a tool we use to process difficult subjects in a more palatable way...One of the rare cases where we are given a cast that has a true sense of ensemble without a weak link...A performance that is entertaining, affective, and grounded in reality."