See it if You love the 80's. The fashions, the music.
Don't see it if You like shows that are as disjointed as Bateman's victims. "Oh, Sri Lanka"? Really? Songs don't fit cohesively in this show.
See it if You like stripped down versions of classic musicals.
Don't see it if You saw the original production. I saw it with Bernadette Peters as the Witch. The original production was EVERYTHING!
See it if You love theater darling Kelli O'Hara. I don't care for her normally, but she was very good in this production.
Don't see it if You are intolerant of inter-racial relationships. You don't like Rodgers or Hammerstein.
See it if You love Viola Davis and Denzel Washington as much as I do. They are fantastic in their roles.
Don't see it if You don't like shows that deal with infidelity, race-relations and yelling.
See it if You want a unique musical theater experience. A musical about the struggle with bi-polar disorder. Alice Ripley was incredible in the role.
Don't see it if You can't handle mental illness.
See it if You want a unique Sweeney Todd experience. Meat pies and mash before the show, and a unique version of the iconic show.
Don't see it if You don't like the actual theater experience. You sit on benches to watch the production. No bells and whistles here.
See it if There's nothing I enjoyed about this show.
Don't see it if You're expecting it to be good. Lloyd Weber has lost his magical touch. It's trite and a boring show.
Also I left a quarter of the way through Act 2. I couldnt take it anymore.
See it if You're a die-hard Lloyd Webber fan and loved the original turn on Broadway.
Don't see it if It's still SO INCREDIBLY boring. It's a shame you have to sit through the entire musical to hear Leona Lewis sing "Memory."
See it if Helen Bechdel was my High School English teacher. We heard the stories about Bruce and Allison. It was surreal seeing their lives play on st
Don't see it if You don't like heavy adult themes that make you think.
See it if You like stories of struggles and repetitive themes.
Don't see it if The first ever musical I walked out of. I gave it to Intermission and I just couldn't watch anymore. It is the worst show I ever saw.
See it if You want a truly wonderful evening of theatre. This revival is just as wonderful as the original production.
Don't see it if You are not into musicals that deal with love, loss and war.
See it if You loved the book, and the Gene Wilder film.
Don't see it if You want to be disappointed. Ripping Veruca apart on stage? Really? The sets are corny. The acting is subpar. Surprised it isn't closing.