See it if you appreciate shows that are specifically timed politically, you want to challenge your ideas about race
Don't see it if you hate seeing theatre in an unconventional setting
See it if you want to laugh or have fun; if you have a decent amount of theatre knowledge and like tongue-in-cheek humor.
Don't see it if you're not a "theatre person"– a lot of the humor will go over your head.
See it if you're willing to be patient, the technique of an actor interests you, you like shows that are more theatre than plays.
Don't see it if you don't like experimental theatre or a show with a character driven plot.
See it if you haven't before, or if you love the movie! It's a classic for a reason; this revival is clever and fun.
Don't see it if you're expecting absolutely groundbreaking performances. The acting is good, but not great. Much of the cast has been in the show too long.
See it if you like to see beautiful costumes, are willing to wait until the second act for some excitement, or have children.
Don't see it if you saw the original movie or have high expectations.
See it if you want some quick jabs at Trump, quirky numbers, and a predictable storyline
Don't see it if you're a fan of 45, you want things to pass the Bechdel test, you want to watch the acting exercise of actors trying to work w/bad writing.
See it if you're coming for beautiful circus acts.
Don't see it if you want a real Broadway musical experience. Paramour is a Cirque show tied together with a weak score and even weaker book.