See it if liked movie, desire attractive, talented performers with good chemistry, appreciate Jerry Mitchell helmed project, like Cinderella stories
Don't see it if no use for another film being flung on stage, dislike Bryan Adams music or stage musicals, don't want to pay Broadway prices
See it if you're a fan of the movie (and who isn't). Be warned that all the music is new, so no Prince or Roy Orbison or Roxette.
Don't see it if you'd rather pull out the old DVD and watch it at home than see an unmemorable live version.
See it if you love the film. This show ticks all the boxes of reprising your favorite moments from the movie - the red dress, the shopping trip, etc.
Don't see it if you don’t want to give up 2 1/2 hours of your life to a mediocre show, which in its first preview incarnation, this is.
See it if You want to watch an extremely talented cast try to elevate a terribly musicalized version of a movie that I love but didn’t age well.
Don't see it if You’re expecting good music, attractive visuals, chemistry between the leads, or anything particularly lively. It’s a slog despite the cast.
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