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See it if This is such a FUN romp of a show! And a breath of fresh air in a sea of revivals and non-original content currently offered in NYC.
Don't see it if you expect "deep" socially provocative messages and theme. This is like a cross between Mel Brooks and Cole Porter a la KISS ME KATE fun.
See it if you love watching skilled actors flex their chops.
Don't see it if you're expecting to feel for the characters. Aside from marveling in the nuanced performances, this was a "yawner" for me.
See it if you're a Lanford Wilson fan. Honestly, it's worth seeing for the performances--specifically Adam Driver and Brandon Uranowitz.
Don't see it if it's worth seeing for Adam Driver's performance but I couldn't help feel that his performance was hampered with Kerri Russell as Anna.
See it if You want to laugh out loud and be entertained. It’s a masterfully crafted musical adaptation of the film.
Don't see it if It’s delightful and refreshing to see a show not resting on a well known film title.
See it if you've got kids who read the book. To me this is like the SPONGE BOB SQUARE PANTS for Gen Z's sans the cartoon.
Don't see it if you're expecting it to live up to the hype. To me this is a really good kids show. Cute story, decent songs with excellent staging.
See it if You want to watch Debra Jo Rupp flex her expert acting muscles. She infuses the role with nuance and pathos. She’s worth the ticket price.
Don't see it if You’re expecting major revelations on the topic of religious takes on gay marriage. It feels a little “been there done that”.
See it if you think you know the history of Gloria Steinem's accomplishments. This show shines a light on the inner workings of her mind.
Don't see it if you dislike being a "part" of the action. The key to enjoying this play is opening your heart to fellow audience members as it unfolds.
See it if you're a Lonergan fan. This play is precisely executed by a crackerjack cast and led by an amazing Elaine May.
Don't see it if See it. While it's devastating, watching this family grapple with "losing" their matriarch has a poignancy not often seen on stage.
See it if you can get an inexpensive ticket. It's ALL about the ape and the puppet masters are brilliant in action. The ape is magnificent.
Don't see it if you care about plot, story and/or music. I really wanted to like this but the show felt like an excuse to build and maneuver a giant ape.
See it if you enjoy the classics and theater history. Theresa Rebeck masterfully breathes life into the divine Sarah with stunning clarity.
Don't see it if you're expecting this to show "kooky" Sarah who sleeps in a coffin.
See it if you love FIDDLER. This is a well-executed version with Yiddish lending a unique layer to the show's roots. Strong performances throughout.
Don't see it if you've seen enough of FIDDLER and you're looking for flashy production values.
Also There's a beauty in this production's simplicity.
See it if you can get a reasonably priced seat and feel the need to see Parsons and the rest on stage.
Don't see it if you're expecting this groundbreaking play from 1968 to be anything more than a throwback serving up sufficient performances.
See it if you're a Tom Stoppard fan. This production is well-done and tackles huge ideas that resonate given today's social and political climate.
Don't see it if you want to leave your brain at the door. The first act clocks in at 1.5hours. It's like a good book in that it takes time to get into.
See it if you like Amy Shumer. It's a great opportunity to see her in action--she's excellent.
Don't see it if you're expecting more than a light romp or a show in the caliber of Martin's "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"
See it if you're a David Yazbek devotee. The music is wonderful and this is a solidly written, directed and acted show.
Don't see it if There's no reason not to see it, as it's a solid piece of theater. However, it's subtle in its appeal.
See it if you enjoy thought provoking, moving theater with a universal relatable story. Think "Arthur Miller meets Edward Albee" but set in Texas.
Don't see it if you've forgotten to bring your Kleenex.
See it if you enjoy original musicals and are a musical theater fan who loves to be entertained.
Don't see it if you expect that it's going to be anything more than a really fun romp in the theater.
See it if you haven't seen Cynthia Erivo perform. She's a powerhouse performer.
Don't see it if you become easily annoyed with actors not enunciating. Although a powerhouse performer, Ms. Erivo spoken lines are often unintelligible.
See it if you enjoy an extravaganza. The show is beautiful, with strong staging and voices. Alexandra Billings(Madame Morrible) is amazing.
Don't see it if it's worth seeing although I believe it could stand to lose about 30 minutes from its running time.
See it if The set alone is worth the price of admission. That and Christian Dante White's performance of ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE.
Don't see it if you're a MY FAIR LADY purist. While it hits all the marks, it never fully soars. The character of Henry Higgins feels watered down.
See it if for Beth Leavel's performance. She elevates the material.
Don't see it if you're expecting to be wowed. While it's "cute", the characters never move beyond 2-dimensions and the songs are forgettable.
See it if this is a great opportunity to see Fierstein's writing on stage. Well executed and genuinely funny and touching.
Don't see it if while Michael Urie was excellent, I didn't buy him as the character of Arnold, through no fault of his own.
See it if you want an enjoyable evening at the theater. A sleeper in my opinion (no pun intended) as it had me truly rooting for the protagonist.
Don't see it if I think it's well worth seeing. Great characters, well-directed and executed by an expert cast.
See it if This show was clever in its structure and conceit. I give it big props for its execution.
Don't see it if you're expecting to be blown away by the protagonist and his journey. While it's well done, I didn't care about him.
See it if you're not a fan of Jukebox musicals--this is NOT a jukebox musical in that it delves into the Brill Building history beyond Carole King.
Don't see it if you dislike the music of Goffin & King and Mann & Weil
See it if you've always wanted to see what tremendous production values can bring to children's theater.
Don't see it if you don't care to see what tremendous production values can bring to children's theater.
See it if you're looking for a communal-type of theater-going experience. See it to support original new musicals.
Don't see it if you're expecting a traditional musical theater experience.
See it if you enjoy the best of what Broadway has to offer
Don't see it if you hate Gershwin. But, you might want to consider therapy if you dislike Gershwin.