This new musical based on the 2004 film tells the fascinating story of how Peter became Pan. More…
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See it if You like to be entertained or have guest in from out of town. This is a crowd pleaser that almost anyone can find entertaining.
Don't see it if You are expecting anything to break the most or anything new or particularly creative.
See it if You like a good story. Romantic. NOT a kids show.
Don't see it if You can't get a good seat. I saw it twice. Once from 3 rows from the back, once from the 6th row and it doesn't play as well from the back.
See it if you're a big fan of Matthew Morrison.
Don't see it if you don't want to see unearned power ballad after unearned power ballad after unearned power ballad.
See it if you want to see some lovely direction of a Peter Pan origin story & if you can ignore the unfair treatment by major critics & Tony voters.
Don't see it if you're a Matthew Morrison or Kelsey Grammer fan (both gone), but see it for Alfie Boe & Marc Kudisch. And skip it if you're unsentimental.
See it if You love Peter Pan. You like sentimental stories. You enjoy art creation stories. You want to be moved to tears&laughter.You like pop music.
Don't see it if You hate Peter Pan. You dislike sentimental stories. You don't like pop music. You don't want to cry.You don't like children at the theatre.
See it if you're a fan of Peter Pan, origin stories, or imagination. It's a whimsical and emotional story. Ignore the haters. It's a great show.
Don't see it if you're easily influenced by negative reviews or lack of Tony love. Then again, see it, anyway, and keep an open mind.
See it if You are a really big Peter Pan fan, but don't care if Peter ever appears.
Don't see it if You think this might be a good version of the movie.
See it if You need to see everything related to Peter Pan.You enjoy shows that feature kids.
Don't see it if You can't deal with overdone, everything but the kitchen sink style shows !
See it if you enjoy melodramatic musicals loaded with cliches and an overall ineffectual score and sloppy production values
Don't see it if you don't want to struggle to stay awake during the performance or were hoping to see something engaging
See it if you believe in fairies & neverland & an athletic re-telling of the Peter Pan story with dogs, children & adult actors trying to be children
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, musical retellings of famous stories, or if you can't see thru the eyes of a child
See it if if you are a kid? There were people in the audience enthralled. Tony Yazbeck shone in On the Town. Unspoilt, talented kids were standout.
Don't see it if you have any familiarity with the actual people and events. Misrepresentation abounds Bad sets, mediocre costumes, boring songs and staging.
See it if you like Peter Pan and are interested in its origins or if you want to see a happy family show.
Don't see it if you prefer shows which address serious issues or have unusual original approaches.
See it if you have children who want to see a cute, family-friendly show.
Don't see it if you're expecting to hear about how "Peter became Pan" or if you liked the movie. Also, the score is heavily bubble gum pop.
See it if you want a show light on story. This is good for younger audiences that can't follow a deep storyline. Good glitter moment.
Don't see it if you want a complete experience including a coherent plotline. Loved the movie, disappointed by this
See it if You like Peter Pan. If you want to bring kids. If you want a good story.
Don't see it if You are tired of Peter Pan.
See it if you desire a family-friendly, enchanting story that will leave you inspired to seize the joys in life; if you like straightforward musicals.
Don't see it if you're heartless; not fond of children (noisy audience); unimaginative; or want intellectually-challenging drama. Must believe in fairies.
See it if you like the Peter Pan story, you enjoy seeing beautiful moments of theater, and if you have experienced a loss and are in need of hope.
Don't see it if I don't know why people don't like this show. It has something for everyone.
See it if You are a fan of the J.M.Barrie/Peter Pan experience. It is entertaining ,with an enthusiastic cast and fine performances.
Don't see it if You if can only see a handful of shows and have to be very selective.There are many other shows that rank as "must see" experiences.
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