See it if Idina Menzel's pipes give you goosies. She's onlyt a part of an excellent ensemble that makes this otherwise confusing romantic-tale work.
Don't see it if you can't fully concentrate & follow along carefully. Ambitious in it's very dizzying - somewhat schizophrenic - back-n-forth suppositions.
See it if You're a fan of Idina Mendel/Anthony Rapp, musicals that make you think, often find yourself wondering what paths your choices lead you down
Don't see it if You want a solidly-fantastic score (some songs were GREAT, others not so much), a fully-developed story/plot
See it if you are a fan of Idina Menzel - the "what the fuck" song alone was a laugh riot and worth the price of admission.
Don't see it if you want a solid show -- I give them an E for effort in developing an original show not based on a book/movie/etc but it just felt very flat
See it if You want to see Idina Menzel singing some great songs that are a perfect match for her voice. You want to see a enjoyable show.
Don't see it if You want a well written show and some great songs is not enough for you.
See it if You are up for a musical that most people can certainly relate to, one that you 'll surely think about after you leave the theater.
Don't see it if You find switching back and forth in time confusing and prefer typical, simple, musicals without much depth.
See it if you are a fan of truly original musicals including an original book as well as score, with opportunities for a fabulous singer to knock the
Don't see it if you have difficulty closely concentrating or find the idea of alternate storylines confusing
See it if you'd enjoy the complexity of two possible scenarios for a character playing out side-by-side. It's innovative and extremely well done.
Don't see it if you prefer comfortably formulaic fare instead. This isn't that; it's so much better.
See it if you like interesting takes on non-linear plots. This was a very interesting exploration of time in a musical I had never seen attempted.
Don't see it if you can't focus for the whole show, or are confused by moving timelines. You definitely have to stay engaged to enjoy it.
See it if You believe that our choices can change our destiny. You're looking for music that will be stuck in your head for days.
Don't see it if the idea of 1 person having different stories in parallel universes confuses you.
See it if You want to see a Broadway diva absolutely blow the roof off the theatre in the New Yorkiest of NYC musicals since Rent.
Don't see it if You don't want to exert energy paying attention (required to keep the storylines straight)
See it if you're a fan of Idina and want to hear her sing live in person.
Don't see it if the idea of Idina putting on/taking off glasses to mark a change in character (Beth/Liz) sounds silly to you.
See it if Seeing a musical with the line "I don't believe in bisexuals. Pick a side!" causes you to burst into flames of fiery rage.
Don't see it if Seeing a musical with the line "I don't believe in bisexuals. Pick a side!" doesn't cause you to burst into flames of fiery rage.
See it if you liked the movie "Sliding Doors"; you have the energy to follow two story lines at once. The music has grown on me over listens.
Don't see it if seeing a remix of Rent cast / story ideas is unappealing; you hate belt songs. The sound design made everything seem Very Loud.
See it if Idina Menzel. Hearing Idina Menzel sing another score that plays to her strengths. Good acting. Pretty set.
Don't see it if You expect a balanced show. The Liz story line is much stronger with only a few good moments to justify the Beth story.
See it if You LOVE Idina Menzel or any of the cast members and can't live with yourself if you don't see them onstage. Cast: A, Show: D.
Don't see it if You like a score in which not every single song sounds the same and prefer not to pay to see a bloated show that never ends.
See it if Love Idina, and supporting actresses. From the writers of N2N, one of my favorite all time shows.
Don't see it if I wanted to LOVE this show, but the plot was confusing. Thoughtful ending that ties fate and free will.