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See it if you just want to have a fun energetic night with Beyonce level singing/dancing
Don't see it if you want substance and plot over glamour
See it if You like female empowerment stories from multiple perspectives.
Don't see it if You're expecting rage expressed in a less subtle way
See it if You are a fan of the movie/book—otherwise the show is extremely confusing with difficult to understand Scottish accents
Don't see it if You are easily grossed out and want a better written show with fleshed out characters
See it if You are not triggered by school shootings (not graphic but may be too close to you emotionally)
Don't see it if you don't like stories told from children's perspective
See it if Come on, you already know if you want to or are going to. The production elements are fantastic even if the script is weak
Don't see it if You can’t get tickets and/or didn’t like the series aka have no soul
See it if you like old musicals, don't care for plots/good writing, love Bernadette Peters
Don't see it if you prefer modern interpretations of traditional works, aren't a fan of older musicals
See it if you like plays about connection, "six degrees of separation"
Don't see it if you're over the anti-communist propaganda and roll your eyes at the writer's obvious love for capitalism and America
See it if you like fresh directorial takes on old material, don't mind tragic endings
Don't see it if you are not a fan of musicals that serve as commentary for social issues such as classisim, colorism
See it if You like ensemble casts and like similar shows with dinner parties and unexpected occurrences
Don't see it if You want something more subtle and well written. The playwright screams his political thoughts through a drunken character close to the end
See it if You want a night out and get free tickets
Don't see it if You can recognize hypocrisy and unsympathetic characters who somehow think they’re good people when their actions very much prove otherwise
See it if You want a simple perspective on gun violence with fakeout scenes solely intended to scare the audience
Don't see it if You think critically about solving gun violence problems and think plays should be more realistic when depicting events like these
See it if You like immersive theater and don't mind walking around, enjoy a commentary on the bridge between Asian and American cultures, like music
Don't see it if You like traditional theater, can't get tickets, like more serious musicals
See it if you like relatively light, immersive musicals/operettas, like ensemble heavy shows
Don't see it if you don't like whiskey. cannot emphasize this enough.
See it if you are open minded, like Michael Urie, are a fan of the original
Don't see it if you don't like long plays, aren't interested in LGBT issues
See it if you enjoy feeling connected to others, like catharsis type theater and stories that speak to everyone. it was truly a healing play
Don't see it if you don't like the format, as there's only one "developed" character, want longer/traditional theater with a plot and resolution
See it if You're a wealthy white liberal who thinks Hillary was robbed, fail to think critically about the 2016 election, want to watch standup comedy
Don't see it if You can't stand elitist Democrats that are blissfully unaware of the rest of the country.
See it if You don't have a problem working in groups in an immersive experience of uncovering the events of a murder
Don't see it if You don't want to do any work. Just like relaxing and watching theater in front of you
See it if You like serious family dramas with poignant moments and characters that are depicted extremely realistically
Don't see it if You make excuses for domestic violence/abusive fathers. You're a dated and simple minded conservative who thinks women belong in the home
See it if You’re interested in the white savior narrative/how Americans exploit developing countries’ tragedies for profit
Don't see it if You can’t handle intense theater, deals with heavy trauma
See it if You like immersive theater and mythological stories
Don't see it if You hate walking around, don’t like enclosed spaces, don’t like dancing/interpretive works
See it if You love the play enough to watch mediocre actors drain the life out of it through stereotypical choices
Don't see it if You don’t have the patience for a slow 8 hour piece
See it if You recognize the need for student protests and the problems within these movements
Don't see it if You're a conservative who doesn't understand systemic oppression
See it if You were not impressed by The Parisian Woman, you acknowledge the similarities between political parties
Don't see it if You don't like plays about politics
See it if You enjoy coming of age musicals, like any of Kerrigan and Lowdermilk's music, don't mind sad shows
Don't see it if you don't like simplicity, you want more maturity
See it if You are a big fan of Katrina Lenk, John Cariani, Tony Shalhoub or Adam Kantor and/or liked the movie
Don't see it if You value key qualities like plot, themes, character development, action
See it if You think critically about capitalism and the wealth gap and like ensemble plays about issues facing American society
Don't see it if You don't like long and sometimes confusing plays about finance and rich people, want a fun night out
See it if you like weird, electronic but also simple music and lyrics but a very complex story told by a small cast
Don't see it if you like traditional theater, don't want to pay a lot of money for a small show
See it if you enjoy non-traditional storytelling, like classic plays to have a contemporary take, like ensemble plays
Don't see it if you prefer traditional plays to remain that way
See it if you like illusions and marveling at how "magicians" perform tricks, you want an enjoyable hour and a half and hearing touching stories
Don't see it if you're expecting to be amazed. the hype was quite overrated and the show was good but not "the hamilton of off broadway"
See it if you're interested in seeing a great female cast bring life to a serious story about chronic illness and single motherhood
Don't see it if you want something lighthearted, longer, a musical
See it if You're compassionate about illness & mental health. Want something more deep than cliched Dear Evan Hansen
Don't see it if You don't like long-ish plays about serious topics, want to leave the theater feeling happy
See it if You want to solve a murder mystery! More escape the room type than theater but actors are really great and improvise well!
Don't see it if You don't like working with strangers as a team or would rather have the traditional theater experience.
See it if You enjoy a simple and beautiful production. It's super easy to follow the plot and the acting, costumes, set and tech are all incredible
Don't see it if You only like politically relevant Shakespeare, or thought provoking theater. You want something serious.
See it if You enjoy very original plays with small casts that are funny, realistic, and emotional
Don't see it if You're not interested in thought provoking plays and prefer cliches
See it if You love the classics and don't mind the repetitive andrew lloyd webber tropes of an abusive relationship pretending to be love
Don't see it if You enjoy an original and well-directed piece that didn't rely on the show's fanbase and star power. Really slow and hard to sit through