This hip-hop infused tuner about America's founding fathers won 11 Tony Awards inc. Best Musical. More…
See it if You like Lin Manuel's music style. Talent-packed (saw original cast). Direction/Choreography are top notch. But people bought into the hype!
Don't see it if didn't like IN THE HEIGHTS. First 15 minutes was same as "I-T-H", but different costumes, stage and lyrics. Got better, but don't buy into
See it if Paint-by-the-numbers biography without much depth, albeit really REALLY well-staged biography, is your thing
Don't see it if You like to sink your teeth in to something or are sick of American exceptionalism
See it if you're like just about everyone else in the audience and LOVE LOVE LOVE this show
Don't see it if like me you just don't understand the appeal of rap and wonder why all those women were dancing around in their underwear
See it if You are familiar with and enjoy learning about the history of Hamilton. You like rap music. You like following trends or are a tourist.
Don't see it if You are looking for a show with thoughtful, and beautiful music. Are familiar with Broadway. Dislike or are bored high school history.
See it if You like the droning monotony of hip hop & Lin Manuel Miranda's minimal acting talent & maximum ego on display.
Don't see it if You're expecting a transformative theatrical experience. It isn't worth it unless you get the $10 tickets. Doesn't live up to the hype.
See it if you like Lin-Manuel. The performers work very hard and it shows. The choreography is wonderful.
Don't see it if you want to sit there trying to understand every word of raps. It takes you out of the moment. Would've been better with different cast.
See it if breakthrough for Broadway in its diversity and use of rap music
Don't see it if There is no dialogue. It is an operetta using rap music. Dancing is wonderful. Plot is only half true. Too loud and confusing.
Also Emperor's new clothes syndrome not worth the money
See it if You are a fan of rap music and you already know all the songs and the lyrics.
Don't see it if you dislike rap music done so quickly and loudly that you never really understand what is being said. I truly wanted to love this show but
See it if You like original musicals, rap & hip hop.
Don't see it if you hate rap and hip hop. I found it did not live up to the hype. I respect the ambition & intelligence of the show but it wasn't for me.
See it if You are part of Hamiltrain. If you like the music and want to say you saw it
Don't see it if you want to see a GOOD show. It was really meh. Would NOT see it again. overpriced AND overrated
See it if you like rap music or want to hear Denée Benton.
Don't see it if you're looking for a really interesting plot. This show attempts to make up for what's really a boring plot with repetitive staging.
See it if You are familiar with the soundtrack and know the words and story; really like hip hop; like musicals where there is no dialogue.
Don't see it if You don't like hip hop; have not listened to the soundtrack and don't know the words/story; don't like musicals
See it if you're looking for something fresh in musicals, and money is no object. The cast I saw was way below the singing on the original cast album.
Don't see it if you're looking for A+ singing and acting.
See it if You need to b e part of the conversation about what all the fuss i s about.
Don't see it if you think You will be see I g one of the best musicals ever. For that, go see You like Rodgers and Hammerstein
See it if ...you like engaging, upbeat music, minimalist sets and staging. Also if you subscribe to all the hype - some deserved, but hardly all.
Don't see it if ...you like balanced storytelling/theatre, with engaging, non-repetitive second acts. For the $$$$$, Hamilton did NOT deliver.
See it if You enjoy history; if you enjoy rap/hip-hop music; if you enjoy ambitious and edgy contemporary musicals
Don't see it if You don't enjoy rap/hip-hop music