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See it if You enjoy art connecting to other art (in this case, Whitman); to experience the gentleness that comes after navigate a new friendship.
Don't see it if You prefer 100% realism.
See it if you enjoy not only tales of friendship, but also political undertones. My (I presume uniquely) favorite part was the political satire.
Don't see it if you dislike the music and style of Schwartz, or if you prefer simplistic staging to spectacle.
See it if you want to be swept up in child-like wonder, appreciate inventive staging techniques, and especially if you have children.
Don't see it if you disliked the movie, or you dislike the style of Disney.
See it if you are willing to view the perspectives of everyone in a situation, and open to empathy. Understand how homophobia hurt entire communities.
Don't see it if you are closed-minded. Or do see it, and perhaps it will open your mind.
See it if you want to see Miller's work stripped from any cliches of performance. Bare-bones, under-the-microscope work. Great direction, great acting
Don't see it if you prefer kitchen-sink realism approaches
See it if you enjoy the music of Webber and you enjoy a sense of drama infused. If you enjoy ballet and operatic-sounding music, absolutely attend.
Don't see it if you don't like Webber's style, or if your preference is for comedy.
See it if you enjoy a farcical romp, British humor, and appreciate an actor's specific trials (one actor plays MANY roles throughout the show).
Don't see it if you prefer to see shows with deeper matter or thought-provoking substance.
See it if you love Rogers and Hammerstein, and/or are willing to examine the affects of two pig-headed characters (from different cultures) meeting.
Don't see it if you dislike musicals.