See it if You enjoy romcoms, beautiful costumes, witty language, and strong female characters.
Don't see it if You prefer plays on the shorter side, you want a giant and highly elaborate set, you prefer musicals.
See it if You like historical dramas with live musicians and nice community theatre spaces.
Don't see it if You want something very fast paced or do not want to see a show that covers infidelity, assault, physical violence, and verbal abuse.
See it if You're a Springsteen fan, you happen to win a lottery ticket, you like (mostly) one-person shows and lots of monologues.
Don't see it if Note: never quite decides if it's a show or a concert. Don't see if you'll be bothered by audience shouting, lots of clapping, etc.
See it if You like historical shows, innovative productions of older shows, you like Shaw, you don't mind longer shows, you like smaller theaters.
Don't see it if You don't like when characters play multiple roles, material that's at-all dated, audience interaction, or plays with music.
See it if You like relatively shorter Shakespeare performances, live acoustic music, and badass women.
Don't see it if You dislike non-traditional casting, live music, or performances in the round.
See it if You like sketch comedy, musical theatre, and/or SNL.
Don't see it if You want one super linear plot where actors don't play multiple roles and there's an intricate set.
See it if You like new works, small casts of quirky characters, strong female leads, and shows about coping with difficulty.
Don't see it if You don't like quirky people, you don't like dolls, you prefer musicals.
See it if You like one-act musicals, ensemble shows, when one actor plays many characters, stories about real life.
Don't see it if You don't want to see something real/historical, you won't understand through strong accents, you prefer solo singing to group numbers.
See it if If want to see phenomenal performances, beautiful and expressive signing (with well done captioning), and complex, engaging characters.
Don't see it if You won't see captioned shows or will be too bothered by the fact that some of the material is dated.
See it if You like seeing historical dramas with strong female leads and speak Spanish or are fine following along with English subtitles.
Don't see it if You dislike shows that jump across time periods or you are bothered by adult actors playing children.
See it if You want to see a phenomenal cast, technical work, and writing, and you like theatre based in history.
Don't see it if You don't like historical drama, you don't like plays with song, you want something colorful and splashy.
See it if You're a tennis fan, interested in new/funky ways to stage predictable things (like tennis matches), or a history buff!
Don't see it if You'll find side-plots and sometimes extraneous characters overly distracting or you don't like voiceovers.
See it if You want to see an all-star production of a classic musical and hear beautiful renditions of well-known songs.
Don't see it if You're looking for a totally new interpretation or if the dated aspects of the script will surpass the rest of the production for you.
See it if You like family drama and dialogue that forces you to think and pay attention. Sit a bit farther back in the theatre for the best views!
Don't see it if You prefer fun, consistently upbeat shows or more straightforward plots and points.
See it if You like emotional roller coasters, brilliant music, and AMAZING performances by an all-star cast.
Don't see it if If you avoid strong emotions or social issues in shows, if you dislike small cast shows, or if you prefer traditionally melodic music.
See it if You’re interested in theatre history, NYC history, or theatre that talks about theatre. Or if you’re a Fran Kranz fan.
Don't see it if You want something fast paced or loud or if you’re particularly hard of hearing. Know that it’s somewhat dated since it’s historical.
See it if You want to hear incredible singing and feel some teenage nostalgia. Or if you want to go on a road trip.
Don't see it if You get annoyed by somewhat repetitive musical choices or pieces that feel like they have multiple endings.
See it if You like small cast shows about family drama, great writing with lots of funny, clever moments about serious topics.
Don't see it if You want something splashy or are looking for intricate sets. You don't want to see a show that deals with cancer and hospitals.
See it if You like HP+, you like small theatres, you'll get HP inside jokes, you don't need super flashy effects, you're a Hufflepuff.
Don't see it if You're strict about the HP canon, you don't like actors playing multiple characters, you want super spectacle/high budget magic.
See it if You like musicals, pop songs, a rotating cast of TV stars, baking, small town life, great singing, and excellent staging/choreography.
Don't see it if You want totally even levels of singing ability, you prefer classical musical theatre-style songs or non-pop music. Trigger warning: DV.
See it if You like musical comedy, surprise guest stars, and really great singing across the board. You like one-act musicals.
Don't see it if You like fully PG jokes, large theatres, or full orchestration.
See it if You like interesting sets, shows about politics, slower pacing, or Cole Porter.
Don't see it if You'll be bothered by slow pacing, somewhat uneven acting, dated material, or overly quirky dialogue.
See it if You like immersive shows that make amazing use of space and are a fantastic blend of dance/movement and theatre.
Don't see it if You prefer straight plays without music, traditional staging, or have difficulty with stairs/standing for long periods.
See it if You like shows about/related to current events, you want to see remarkable young actors, you like emotional shows, you like one-act plays.
Don't see it if You want theatre to be an escape, you don't like tearjerkers, you want to always have a full view of the set --or just don't sit in the mezz
See it if You like golden age musicals, dancing, and Broadway all-stars. The choreography is stunning and the difficult/dated material is handled well
Don't see it if You will only see what's dated, you like more modern costumes, you'll be taken out of the story by strong Maine accents.
See it if You love strong female leads, small cast shows, and plays that make you think about the real world. You're a photography and journalism fan.
Don't see it if You want your theatre to be an escape, you're bothered by some slightly dated/mansplain-y characters, or you're super into light design.
See it if You're interested in historical plays, violin performance, plays with music, and/or Israel.
Don't see it if You don't like shows with small casts, you will be bothered by not understanding some Hebrew or Arabic, or you want lots of action.
See it if You love Carousel, old NYC/Coney Island stories, ruminations on life, death, good, and bad, or just love strong casts with great chemistry.
Don't see it if You're looking for something very original. I don't know Liliom, but Jericho is *incredibly* similar to Carousel - word for word in places.
See it if You're interested in family drama and an older show that's still relevant to today. You like small cast shows in small black box facilities.
Don't see it if You'll be overly annoyed or distracted by somewhat uneven acting (some great, most okay) or long and awkward scene changes and sound effects
See it if You're interested in a discussion of feminism and a lot of witty banter and quick dialogue.
Don't see it if If you prefer fast-paced/less cerebral shows that move around a lot or have a variety of settings.
See it if You like shows based on real life that examine family dynamics, cross-generational issues, and coming of age narratives.
Don't see it if If you want something that’s just fun and fluff.
See it if You love classic movie musicals, Disney, beautiful costumes, and family friendly theatre.
Don't see it if You’ll be annoyed by seeing a show with lots of kids in the audience.