Idina Menzel stars in a new Broadway musical from the team that created 'Next to Normal' that explores two possible lives of a recent NYC divorcee. More…
'If/Then' tells the story of a 40-year-old woman named Elizabeth who moves back to New York City for a fresh start. She meets her friends Kate, a lesbian teacher, and Lucas, a bisexual community organizer, in Madison Square Park. Kate suggests that Elizabeth start using the name "Liz" and seek out new experiences. Lucas suggests that she go back to her college nickname, "Beth," and start making professional connections in the city. "Liz" stays in the park with Kate while "Beth" leaves with Lucas, and the show explores the two paths that Elizabeth's life could take.
See it if you want to see something a bit different. The songs are beautiful and the story makes you think about your life.
Don't see it if you have a hard time keeping up with mixed story lines.
See it if You love a story in which you must use your brain to follow the story, if Idina Menzel is your favourite or not. It's sad, happy, exciting
Don't see it if I have nothing bad to say about this, best musical I've ever seen! Must-see, Such a heartfelt story of real life and struggles we have
See it if You like love stories. Like show stopping numbers. Like shows that make you feel (cry, laugh, etc.) like romantic comedies. Amazing music
Don't see it if You prefer fantasy shows. You don't want to cry at the theater
See it if You love new, creative shows that make you think about your own reality. It's both inspiring and thought provoking in ways you can't imagine
Don't see it if You don't enjoy hearing curse words, and can't follow basic staging techniques.
See it if You are a fan of Idina Menzel, Anthony Rapp and LaChanze. They challenge themselves and the audience through music, acting and emotions.
Don't see it if If you aren't prepared for an emotional rollercoaster.
See it if this is a show that anyone can relate to and can make you think on your on life even after the show. Great singing, Idina Menzel was amazing
Don't see it if if you have a limited attention span, there is a lot going on with Liz and Beth and if you don't pay attention you may find it confusing
See it if you agree that Idina Menzel really is a "blazing supernova" and enjoy listening to beautifully relatable music performed by the entire cast.
Don't see it if you only enjoy theater that is straight edge, traditional work.
See it if you're okay following a confusing storyline at first, for a really engaging story and powerhouse singers.
Don't see it if you don't want to put any energy into following the story