See it if You want a show that'll make you laugh one minute and cry the next, with incredible performances and excellent music.
Don't see it if You don't like female-driven stories or are very sensitive to themes of domestic abuse.
See it if You enjoy off-the-wall zany humor or are intrigued by the idea of putting a twist on Biblical stories. You like physical theatre/clowning.
Don't see it if You have little patience for clown theatre, especially if it could use a lot more polish.
See it if You like incredibly well-written music and very strong performances, and won't mind if the piece still feels slightly unfinished.
Don't see it if You have difficulty with themes of abduction, coercion/rape, or suicide. You like your musicals uplifting and peppy.
See it if You like to be immersed in spectacle, you want to see truly great performances, and you can appreciate fantastic and imaginative staging.
Don't see it if You require a detailed and intricate plot.
See it if You want to laugh uproariously in one scene and be on the verge of tears in the next. You care about what's happening in the world.
Don't see it if You're not familiar with theatre, you don't appreciate "meta" commentary. You want to see something that's just silly without a message.
See it if You like August Wilson, you want to see masterful acting performaces, or you just enjoy really strong, well-done theatre.
Don't see it if You don't like work that makes you think.
See it if You like realism - with a twist. You can appreciate a "slow burn" plot. You can laugh at the absurdity of ordinary people.
Don't see it if You prefer your drama with a big, yelling climax. You can't sit comfortably for three hours.
See it if You're looking for an educational play raising awareness about abusive relationships to bring to your school/college/student group.
Don't see it if You're triggered by themes of domestic violence or abuse. You're not interested in a PSA-type production. Poor pacing/staging bothers you.
See it if You're a Harry Potter fan, and you want to laugh nonstop for 90 minutes. You like parodies and satire that mock with love.
Don't see it if You aren't familiar with Harry Potter. The show doesn't stop to explain things and if you're not a fan, you'll probably be lost.
See it if You like acapella, shows with promise, and truly incredible musical performances. You don't mind if the staging/book is a little rough.
Don't see it if You can't stand awkward staging. You don't like when the story takes second place to the music (which is truly amazing.)
See it if You love immersive theatre to the point that it doesn't matter if what you're being immersed in...isn't very good.
Don't see it if You're not a fan of 1960s B-movie sci fi. You don't think performer enthusiasm (they do have a lot) makes up for bad writing.
See it if You're a fan of The Little Prince, acrobatics, storytelling. You want to watch three incredibly talented performers.
Don't see it if You prefer big sets/costumes. You'd be upset that parts of the retelling of The Little Prince get "tweaked" from the original.
See it if You like bears, space, puppets, silly humor, storytelling, friendship, innovative staging, or smiling uncontrollably for an hour.
Don't see it if You hate fun or have no soul.
See it if You like Shakespeare, you don't mind sitting outside, you want to see great performances.
Don't see it if You prefer extravagant costumes/sets
See it if You're into light and sound design, you like a mix of comedy and drama, you want to see a masterfully staged production with great acting.
Don't see it if You want a musical.
See it if You're a fan of 60s music, you like watching biopic movies, you're more concerned with the singing in a performance than the acting.
Don't see it if You base your opinion more on acting performances than singing.
See it if You love big-budget high-production shows. You're looking for something quintessentially Broadway. You want spectacle and great performances
Don't see it if You prefer subtle or intimate shows. You don't like musicals.
See it if You like campy movies, satire, old-school show tunes, breaking the fourth wall, or laughing hysterically.
Don't see it if You aren't into musicals, prefer subtlety to over-the-top, or want something dramatic and thought-provoking.
See it if You're a Guirgis fan and it won't bother you if his incredible script is handled...less than excellently by several cast members.
Don't see it if You feel that a few very strong performances can't save a mediocre ensemble.
See it if You like two-handers that focus on the "slow burn" rather than an intense climax. You like comic books or watched cartoons as a kid.
Don't see it if You want a show with a lot of action or intense drama. You'll be annoyed by an unsatisfying, open-ended finish.
See it if You want to see a masterful performance from lead Josh Collins. You like work that explores moral gray areas and tests boundaries.
Don't see it if You have difficulty with themes of violence (including rape), or you like your plot with an easily-distinguished hero or villain.
See it if Performances are more important to you than the words. Talented actors doing the best they can with a so-so script.
Don't see it if The feeling of a play losing grip on its plot/purpose halfway through the show will bother you.
See it if You like solid scripts and strong performances. You can relate to feeling aimless as a young adult. You played Oregon Trail as a kid.
Don't see it if You're looking for nothing but comedy. The show has some very funny moments, but also some lovely and poignant ones.
See it if You like/are familiar with Batman, you like intimate theatre and great performances, you want to laugh and be moved in the same show.
Don't see it if You have no frame of reference for Batman. You don't like one-man shows.
See it if You want to see great musical performances and a few really good one-liners, and won't mind a disjointed show with an identity crisis.
Don't see it if A show that doesn't seem to understand what it's trying to be would bother you. You want something thought-provoking or profound.
See it if you want to cry and laugh and cheer all at once - because you will be. Absolutely incredible, engaging, and exquisite performances.
Don't see it if You're sensitive to themes of abuse or domestic violence.
See it if You like good theatre. That's the only criteria needed. Incredible direction of an amazing ensemble of actors. Engaging writing. See it.
Don't see it if You can't follow overlapping dialogue or you'll have physical difficulty sitting on an unpadded chair. Otherwise, go see this.
See it if You love the book or movie. You like watching extremely talented actors - including children. You're looking for something to take kids to.
Don't see it if You don't like kids. You're bothered by actors doing iffy accents.
See it if You love musical theatre and enjoy catching references to other Broadway shows. You want to laugh uproariously. You like meta humor.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, you hate fun.
See it if You want to see great musical performances (both singing and instrumental) and you're not too concerned with the actual content.
Don't see it if You'll have a hard time staying interested in a show with no plot. It's much more a revue than a narrative musical.
See it if You enjoy teen after-school specials, you don't mind seeing good actors struggle with bad dialogue.
Don't see it if You prefer not to have every Important Teen Issue thrown at you at once, with none of them getting fully resolved.
See it if You like intimate theatre, breaking the fourth wall, stunning performances, live music, and possibly even crying a little bit.
Don't see it if You want something flashy and high-tech, you're looking for comedy.
See it if You like 80s music, you love big musical numbers and high production value, and you want to watch talented performers dance in 8-inch heels
Don't see it if You aren't a fan of Cyndi Lauper/80s music.
See it if Production-wise, you're a fan of big musicals with high production value. Humor-wise, if you're a fan of South Park or The Simpsons.
Don't see it if You're easily offended or extremely religious.
See it if You're organizing a bachelorette party, you prefer formulaic plotlines, or you don't want to have to think for several hours.
Don't see it if You're looking for nuanced characters, originality, or a show that doesn't rely on outdated and occasionally offensive cliches.