See it if you enjoy women-led productions, taut and lush harmonies by fantastic singers, innovation in music & storytelling, and a haunting story.
Don't see it if you're turned off by vocal looping, or are not up for an intense story about isolation and suppressed trauma.
See it if You love retellings of Peter Pan, and enjoy a deeper look at how family drama and secrets can span and affect generations.
Don't see it if You don't like watching adults play child characters, are impatient with temperamental story pacing, or new, as-of-yet underdeveloped works.
See it if you've listened to the music and already have a feel for what the story is about and love when actors dance in the aisles.
Don't see it if you have trouble with confounding and complex storylines or can't follow along with the lyrics of songs you've never heard before.
See it if You love the movie and want to learn more about the characters, if you want a rip-roaring good time, or just to see Taylor Louderman shine.
Don't see it if You enjoy second acts that have better/quicker pacing than the first, or don't like shows with heavy use of projections.
See it if you enjoy stories about friendships and intimate relationships, lots of dialogue, and clever sets.
Don't see it if you are looking for an epic story, a musical, and don't want to cry.
See it if you enjoy tales of fictional history, science, and peace; if you love music and a talented cast. Very relevant to today's troubling times.
Don't see it if you can't handle scenes of war, death, or unconventional choreography. Also if you don't like when actors cross the fourth wall.
See it if you like Alison Bechdel's work or want to see an honest portrayal of relatable characters who aren't normally represented in theater.
Don't see it if you're looking for a musically-driven musical and don't want to cry.
See it if you enjoy that first gasp when they reveal the set, and you want to witness three actors really giving it their all throughout.
Don't see it if Shakespearian dialogue confuses you, you dislike simulated gore, or you need to have an intermission break.
See it if you like unconventional musicals, stories of dysfunctional families, and artfully told intrigue and real events from the one who lived them.
Don't see it if very intense stories of personal tragedies, cults, and murder are not your thing, and you prefer the endings of shows to be clear cut.
See it if you love musicals that take a fresh approach to staging and music, want to experience all the hype, and aren't a historical stickler.
Don't see it if you haven't heard the songs and have trouble catching lyrics that go by too fast, or if you abhor hip-hop beats and/or diversity on stage.
See it if You want to see the movie in a whole new light and love to hear '90s songs in their most powerful renditions with a high energy cast.
Don't see it if You don't like songs that are belted or feel uncomfortable watching simulated sexual acts.
See it if You love Justin Peck's choreography, or wish for a chance to hear Renee Fleming's voice blow everyone else out of the water.
Don't see it if Marital abuse makes you uncomfortable, or if you're looking for a story ending that's happy and tidy.
See it if you like traditional theater, flashy sets, catchy music, and hilarious scenes.
Don't see it if you want a deeper story or hate Tony Danza.
Also The mother is hysterical. She steals the show!
See it if you love folk music, modernized Greek myths, theater in the round, and crying unabashedly in front of everyone.
Don't see it if you don't want to crane your neck to follow all the action, like not knowing what's going to happen at the end, can't handle seeing regret.
See it if you have a dark sense of humor and enjoy focusing on relentless scenes.
Don't see it if you're already tired, find philosophical musings boring, or have a good ear for classical music.