See it if you want to see how close minded some people are with regards to sexuality.
Don't see it if you are expecting great acting and exchange of dialouges continuously and lively.
See it if you like a little mystery in a sexually funny manner. See it if you want to see a Ryan Reynold-look-and-act-alike in a play.
Don't see it if you are offended in sexual and bulgar words and offended when pornography is the topic.
See it if you want to know the story behind the great music like “You’ve Got A Friend”, “Locomotion”, “It’s Too Late”, and so on.
Don't see it if you want to take a picture inside the theatre as a remembrance because ushers/usherettes won’t allow you to before/after the show.
See it if you want to see actors showing great characters with unnormal behavior and you want to feel that everything is really happening.
Don't see it if you don’t like small venues where you can hear other performances from the other room. Other than that, just learn to focus on them.
See it if you want to explore your curiosity and open your mind to some hidden agendas happening to your world where the world hids them.
Don't see it if you are close minded and only looks on what the wolrd needs you to see.
See it if you want to be fully entertained with these Holiwood actors in a live show. See it if you want to see Matt half naked.
Don't see it if you can’t accept LGBT humor nor people.
See it if you want some humor in serious situations, and a fan of Michael Cera and Chris Evans.
Don't see it if you’re looking for a good stage blocking where actors manipulate the stage, and a good delivery of lines not monotonously.
See it if you want to release your stress. This show made me smile, giggle and lol from the beginning till the end. Patrick & Squidward are hilarious.
Don't see it if you think this is just for kids... well this is NOT. I suggest you see it.
See it if you still believe in Christmas and you are sad because people are loosing their Christmas spirit.
Don't see it if your attitude is like a Grinch and you criticize most of their blockings rather than enjoy the spirit of the show
See it if you missed Lea Salonga on her performances. The new Kim may not be as great as her but she definitely awesome and JJ Briones is briliant.
Don't see it if you will just compare the 1991 version this one.
See it if you love musical with witty lyrics. See it because it is sooo funny and entertaining.
Don't see it if you don’t like musicals, and if you don’t want to be entertained.
Also I love this show even if I will pay for the ticket it is worth it.
See it if you like great music with great lyrics.
Don't see it if you are looking for a great stage and production design, great lighting and technical. And if you are looking for a big budgeted production.
See it if you want to explore and experience a very unique type of magic and illusion. If you are curious if magic exists.
Don't see it if you have negative thoughts on magic and illustion. If you are looking for a fast-paced entertainment.
See it if you are a fan of Joshua Jackson and if you want to see great directing, acting, staging, conceptualization on a mind of one character.
Don't see it if you don’t want to see or watch sign language in a play. Don’t see it if your imagination, ideas and thinking is enclosed inside a box.
See it if you want to know how this One Thousand Nights and One Day became 1001 days. See it if you wants to see a great narrator with a great voice.
Don't see it if you are looking for a nearby train station because you have to walk.
See it if you like musical with great lyrics and great staging. you like great absorbing and relatable story to the family.
Don't see it if you are expecting a big budgeted musical play.
See it if you want to explore the difference between idiocracy and talent.
Don't see it if you are expecting a story of and don’t know who Mr Heifetz is.
See it if you enjoy great music, dancing, story telling, and fantastic cast. And see it if you want to see them close.
Don't see it if you have a close mind regarding how you want the story told in your own perspective, meaning you can’t accept other artists’ perspective.