See it if You want to laugh your ass off and enjoy great singing and acting. I'm not kidding when I say you're going to love this.
Don't see it if You don't have a funny bone. Seriously. It's that good. Get yourself to the theater!
See it if You want to be mesmerized by all three actors' phenomenal acting and very clever staging choices.
Don't see it if You are impatient and cannot follow nonlinear plots.
See it if You question your existence and want to experience others' existential crises in the balcony of a church (very intimate theatre experience.)
Don't see it if You don't want to think or enjoy intimate theatre at one of its best.
See it if You love accapella and want a well-deserved laugh because it will make you more than smile.
Don't see it if You get mildly confused when you find out no instruments are used to make the music and, also, if you love intermissions.
See it if You want to see a show that uses theatre in the most romantic, magical, riveting way possible. It truly IS a classic masterpiece.
Don't see it if You're a kid. The show is dark, sexy, and romantic, and I think it's full impact will be lost on those younger than 18. Also, opera=no kids.
See it if You want to feel electricity in an intimate theatre as the actors practically dance their asses off in your lap. SEE. THIS. SHOW. NOW.
Don't see it if EVERYONE SHOULD LEARN ABOUT JAMES CAGNEY AND HIS TALENT. Robert Creighton, man. Unless you're averted to great patriotic songs, buy tickets!
See it if You don't like Shakespeare. I'm serious. You'll become a convert. Those that like Shakespeare: you know what to do. *slides tickets over*
Don't see it if You don't have a funny bone in your body, and you hate beautiful Elizabethan words put to catchy, funny, awesome songs.
See it if You're from New Jersey, or if you want to hear catchy, timeless oldies in a hilarious and touching musical.
Don't see it if You have an aversion to the "F" word.
See it if You've never experienced Fosse choreography: dark and sexy; you want to hear great songs.
Don't see it if You're prudish, and scantily clad women in jail make you squirm.
See it if You've ever crushed on Aladdin, and you know all the lyrics to "One Jump Ahead." Also, if you want to see a genie at work, fly on over.
Don't see it if You aren't in touch with your innner child.
See it if YOU WANT TO WITNESS HISTORY MADE AND HISTORY BEING MADE. Also, the story is exceptionally well-written with masterful songs.
Don't see it if DO NOT PAY ATTENTION TO THIS TEXT BOX'S FUNCTION. GO SEE IT.
See it if You want to see theatre magic take hold of an already magical movie. It stands on its own from the movie worh its costumes and sets. SEE IT.
Don't see it if You cry when Mufasa's thrown off the cliff, or if you're confused at what I just said.
See it if You want to be BLOWN AWAY by a play. This play's writing is masterful. I teared up at the end of Act I. See it and be amazed.
Don't see it if You don't like theatre. I have nothing bad to say about this play.
See it if You want to see how ballet and musical theatre work in beautiful harmony to the backdrop of Paris.
Don't see it if You don't like dancing, or you miss the original actor, Robert Fairchild. Although the actor now is supposed to be great, too!
See it if You want to give a show you have no idea about a go. Writing is fantastic; music is memorable; acting is tops; story is intimate. Go see it.
Don't see it if I have nothing bad to say about this musical.
See it if You haven't seen it before. It's a good show for preteens. The songs are very catchy.
Don't see it if You've already seen it. It's a one-time thing. It's really tourist bait. Also, the character development is confusing.