The viral musical hit comes to Broadway. An edgy, comic look at coming of age in the digital age, through the lens of sci-fi films of the 50s, horror flicks of the 80s, and teen movies of the 90s. More…
Jeremy Heere is your average, nothing-special teenager at Middleborough High in nothing-special New Jersey...until the day he finds out about 'The Squip.' A tiny supercomputer inside a pill. Swallow one and a personalized voice will tell you how to dress, how to speak, how to…become cool. Thus begins a journey that pits Jeremy's desire to be popular against his struggle to remain true to his authentic self.
See it if you like quirky teenage angst with a pseudo-sci-fi twist. Great music but half the time clumsy lyrics. Great acting.
Don't see it if Odd choreography and longer than it needs to be.
See it if You enjoy stories set in high school w/ a sci-fi twist. Reminiscent of Little Shop of Horrors.
Don't see it if You are looking for something more serious. I saw it off broadway and enjoyed it better in the intimate venue but it's still very fun.
See it if You want to see something that feels truly original, clever and fun without being fluffy and without meaning. GREAT sets/lights/costumes.
Don't see it if You’re looking for deep, dark or dangerous. While this could actually be described with any of those words it’s simultaneously none of them.
See it if Loved it off broadway thanks to a raucous crowd. The broadway audience was dead, which saw me really see how weak the show is.
Don't see it if You want a deep show with an important message,
See it if you're an unsophisticated post-Millennial who might enjoy a loud, shrill, silly "sci-fi lite" musical PSA re: being cool vs. being yourself.
Don't see it if u expect more than just shallow stereotypes; u don't like repetitive lyrics; u don't like repetitive lyrics; u don't like repetitive lyrics.
See it if Will Roland and George Salazar are still on target.. Lighting is well used. Huge crowd of young folks loved it.
Don't see it if Enjoyed it more in smaller space.. Sound blasting. The older theaters need elevators and more Men/Ladies rooms.
See it if you're 4 everything a musical on young people & our cyber world is, all rolled up into a fun story of relationship adapting w/real language.
Don't see it if you do not like the way young people speak today, do not like loud music or do not care for another story of young people finding their way.
See it if you are or remember being a teenager in high school. Sci fi pills aside the play explores the pain of transitioning to adulthood for everyon
Don't see it if peppy loud music disturbs you. I didn't need my ear plugs but I brought them, you could bring yours.
See it if Out-of-step nerd leans on magic-potion pill to be helped through teen stressors in an out-of-breath musical.Arrives to B'way w/ cult intact.
Don't see it if Only hits stride when male leads hit stage.Until then...waiting.Once they exit...waiting.For 2.5 hours...waiting.Wait at stage door 2get old
See it if you like a musical where there is a good message for young people. The lyrics are intelligent and surprisingly, so is this entertaining show
Don't see it if you don't like a cast of mainly young people or only like mature drama or musicals.
See it if You really want to see a high school musical that made it to Broadway. A super interesting concept, great acting, staging, singing.
Don't see it if You aren't an angsty teenager. The story is insipid and silly, the songs are mostly forgettable. Some funny moments, but so over the top.
See it if you are a teen or tween and your ears are already numb. You will see anything for a bargain price.
Don't see it if you are not the target audience and U still value your hearing; story line cute but not enough to make up for lousy jerky dancing, music.
Also Give this one a miss if you are not a young teen.
See it if you are under 20.This is a show for the young 'uns.It is hackneyed, totally predictable, dull.Nothing about this was new or fresh.
Don't see it if you are looking for something fresh.At intermission,there was a mass exodus of adults.Show is probably terrific for teens, not for adults.
See it if Not really scifi—this level of surveillance is pretty much here; accurate that char’s 1st exposure to data netwrk drives purchasing decision
Don't see it if you don’t like period pieces because every show you see after this will look aged and dated AF
See it if you enjoy high-energy musicals that deal with high school/teen issues. Appreciated for entertainment value, but probably a polarizing show.
Don't see it if you don't like the ridiculous storyline & are looking for something more intelligent, have no patience for loud screaming teens in audience
See it if a show geared to teens & sci-fi fans; High energy cast (including 4 understudies who were excellent); positive message; crowd pleaser
Don't see it if looking for more adult entertainment; somewhat repetitive score; positive but simplistic message; I realize I'm not the target demographic.
See it if you want to experience one of the best scores ever written for musical theater, couched in a coming-of-age tale with a twist.
Don't see it if you don’t have a sense of humor, love originality, or recall the gauntlet that is high school. But, see it anyway & recapture those things.
See it if You enjoy something new, clever use of music, scifi pots, and the teenage experience
Don't see it if You want a traditional sounding musical or one with great complexity.
See it if a high school-rooted, cyber-world-inspired fresh new musical with questionable themes, sci-fi flair, and irreverent attitudes delights.
Don't see it if seeking smart lyrics (music is solid; the words, cliche), unpredictable work, or a moral that is more than the obvious “always be yourself."
See it if Growing up's tough, but it's still better than cheating out of it with escapism. Spongebob Musical-ish feels, less mature Dear Evan Hansen.
Don't see it if More for a younger audience. For more mature folks, may feel "been there, done that." Doesn't dig that emotionally deep.
See it if you are average or lower intellect 12-16 year old, have that intellectual level, like Will Roland or George Salazar, or are related to cast.
Don't see it if you avoid yet another high school coming of age story comparing poorly to Fast Times/Grease, cheap sexual and LGBTQ jokes, biracial romance.
See it if you were a fan of Little Shop of Horrors and Dear Even Hanson! This little show will charm the pants right off you.
Don't see it if a new musical about teenage angst is something you can' relate to because it's been too many years since you graduated from high school.