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See it if you love Bette. You get Bette in Dolly's clothing, but you get a chance to see one of our greatest performers up close.
Don't see it if you don't want to pay to see her. The show itself doesn't hold up that well - though some of the songs are still lovely.
See it if you have appreciation for costume and projection designs. Both are very well done.
Don't see it if you have great affection for the film. Or if you don't want to slog through a 3 hour musical with really pitchy singing.
See it if you want to hear a new story about that day.
Don't see it if some people are really put off by the telling of a story about 9/11 no matter how uplifting... And I can't say I blame them.
See it if you can get a discount and you want some booze.
Don't see it if Apparently the regular one has this bartender as the lead with the singers as back up. This was just the a cappella singers.
See it if you love Andy Karl. He does not disappoint.
Don't see it if You have fondness for the film or an aversion to hearing the same music over & over for upwards of 3 hours w unlikeable & stock characters
See it if you like a big, bold, splashy musical.
Don't see it if you have fond memories of the sets of the original production. I am told they are missed, but I loved the spareness of this one, personally.
See it if you like new musicals and that very generic pop rock sound. And you really should see it if only for Ben Platt's performance.
Don't see it if you have a hard time forgetting the fact that a kid does kill himself and it is never actually addressed in truth.
See it if you love music from the Brill Building era.
Don't see it if you are looking for something that recreates the form.
See it if you like whimsical, nerdy, fast paced theater
Don't see it if you don't know Harry Potter at all.