This new Broadway musical comedy centers around four fading stars, whose desperate need of a new stage leads them to protest a small-town prom. Directed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw ('Book of Mormon.') More…
When these theater relics hear that trouble is brewing around a small-town Indiana prom—and the press is involved—they know that it’s time to put a spotlight on the issue…and themselves. The town’s parents want to keep the dance on the straight and narrow—but when one student just wants to bring her girlfriend to prom, the entire town has a date with destiny. Now, Broadway’s brassiest are coming to join the fight and they are ready to kick-ball-change the world.
See it if You’re in the mood for a funny, topical, fast paced show full of great actors and lots of flashy feel good songs that you’ll leave smiling.
Don't see it if You’re looking for great depth or something unique. Thus is about as formula as you get with a Broadway musical.
See it if Musical satire that makes lighthearted fun of everyone, including the lesbians. Catchy energetic pop song & dance. Many funny moments.
Don't see it if You want more depth. This is a silly feel-good farce. Cliched themes & simplistic characters. Enough creativity to keep it lively.
See it if Nicholaw's staging a powerhouse of B'way razzle-dazzle w/ leads wholeheartedly at either ends of the spectrum Crowd pleasing affirmation
Don't see it if Musical tries hard to mask insincere message of inclusion & understanding Unflattering portraits of Midwestern & Eastern self-rightousness
See it if A story that has to be told. Wonderful veteran performers. Much dancing that delivers. Great voices by the young leads as well.. ALSO
Don't see it if Not for those who will not hear. For those who only expect 90 minutes, sorry to say but you are rewarded with more than two hours.
See it if you want to have a lot of fun while watching the message of inclusion be dished out so that no one can refrain from understanding-super cast
Don't see it if you do not like good musicals with a talented cast who sing, act and dance well, in colorful costumes on good sets for 2 1/2 hours of fun.
See it if enjoy musical "comedy" with a touch of farce, stories with LGBT characters and issues, clever lyrics & creative numbers, exquisite acting
Don't see it if don't like plots with several LGBT characters & gay humor, same-sex kissing, prom memories, overripe performances, fish out of water plots
See it if Gale force wind of B'way swoops into small town to right a social wrong to ensure a better day for itself, and oh btw, for all gay daters.
Don't see it if Very disappointing staging & production values, but the self-absorption aspect of New Yorkers in the terrific book compensates for any ills.
See it if you like fun and profound shows with LGBTQ themes—or you enjoy director Casey Nicholaw’s work: flashy, fun, and fabulous.
Don't see it if you’re not into musicals. This show is “pure Broadway”—jazz hands and all.
See it if you enjoy NEW and ORIGINAL musicals. A perfect cast makes this one of the most enjoyable evenings in town. NIcolaw's contributions are great
Don't see it if just see it...you will have a wonderful time and maybe shed a tear or two.
See it if You are hankering to see a new fresh pull out all the stops B’way musical ! It’s a coming of age story told with empathy and hilarity !
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy plots about young people trying to figure out what they really want and how to get it. You don’t care for contemporary shows
See it if You like original musicals both relevant & fun, terrific songs, dances, & characters. Small town revolts against same sex couple at prom.
Don't see it if You agree that same-sex couples should not attend proms as dates. LOL You want to miss one of the best original new musicals.
See it if you want to see a delightful show that puts the comedy back in musical comedy. It's cleverly crafted and cast to perfection.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals or are homophobic.
See it if Broadway narcissistic has-been stars descend on Indiana town to help lesbian teen have a prom; She welcomes their help but has a better idea
Don't see it if You don’t think an anti-homophobic theme is enough to carry a Broadway show. The “Broadway” roles are campy and cliché. Hairspray make-over.
See it if you like musicals that totally entertain & educate at the same time.Delightful show.Shines a light on homophobia.Does it while entertaining
Don't see it if you are a right wing wing nut.Or actually you are EXACTLY the person who needs to see this fun and funny show. Open your unruly heart!
See it if you like original musicals with funny catchy songs and a hilarious relevant story.
Don't see it if you're homophobic and you need only serious themes in your musicals.
See it if you enjoy good musicals. This show has all the qualities of the great traditional musicals but is also updated for today.
Don't see it if you can't take seeing jokes made at the expense of either conservatives or liberals. This show is bipartisan and finds humor in both sides.
See it if high energy show about a girl who wants to bring her girlfriend to the prom; intertwined with stories of narcissistic actors
Don't see it if don't want stories about discrimination toward LGBTQ community; don't like cliches or stereotypes; don't like to be uplifted
See it if you’d enjoy a joyous, bittersweet, funny coming-of-age story crashed by a troup of Broadway also-rans played by a group of Broadway legends.
Don't see it if you have a closed mind or a closed heart. I’ve heard this called the sleeper hit of the season, but it’s a real contender for Best Musical.
See it if you want a totally entertaining evening of musical COMEDY, this is it. Only the score was lacking in originality.
Don't see it if you don't like to laugh or don't like musicals.
See it if looking for a fun, heartfelt show that caters to families that span various generations—and with open-minded members; you want to laugh.
Don't see it if you're over the seeming “teen takeover” of Broadway—i.e. you don’t like Be More Chill, Mean Girls, or that type of musical; homophobic.
See it if Broadway narcissists who want good PR "save" a gay kid in a small town but muck it up to learn how to really spread the love with pizzazz.
Don't see it if Over-the-top stereotypical jokes of gays, liberals, and small town conservatives annoy you. Dislike very traditional Broadway musicals.
Also Ticket from in-person rush for $40.
See it if you want to have a great time at a well-constructed, tuneful musical. The entire cast was terrific.
Don't see it if you can't see the rationale of telling a story about a teenage lesbian and her desire to go to a prom.