See it if you like the cast and creative team. And if you are curious about a show which might make it to Broadway after some serious revisions.
Don't see it if you expect a happy, energetic, grand-scale musical.
See it if you like "Alice" stories and "Spring Awakening." You can give a credit to innovative choreography and staging though the book is incoherent.
Don't see it if you don't care about "Alice" stories. You want a well-written, well-structured, story with a strong theme.
See it if you enjoy a well-executed funny satire by a great playwright. Or love the talented actors playing multiple roles.
Don't see it if you expect serious plays like "Sweat" and "Ruined."
See it if You don't mind spending 2+ hours simply laughing at one-liners and silly jokes even at a sacrifice of a real drama.
Don't see it if You are looking for a real theater or something equivalent to "One Man, Two Guvnors."
See it if you enjoy good storytelling, inspired and feel encouraged. Wonderful surprise at the finale.
Don't see it if you want a simple laugh and be entertained. She has a good sense of humor, but the subject matter is pretty serious.
See it if You would like to spend an evening of wholehearted laughter. You are curious about Japan and its culture.
Don't see it if You don't like comedy. You aren't open to other cultures.
See it if you are looking for a simple fun night of light-hearted, feel-good musical comedy with lots of energetic dancing.
Don't see it if you prefer serious drama and are tired of Broadway insider one-liners and stereotyped depiction of gay/diva characters.
See it if You enjoy shows about politics and lobbyists.
Don't see it if You prefer shows about politics and lobbyists to be more convincing and have some strong theme.
See it if You appreciate serious contemporary themes that linger in your mind long after the curtain goes down.
Don't see it if You expect to be joyfully entertained and laughing throughout.
See it if You are in New York during it run before its 9/4 closing.
Don't see it if You are not visiting New York before the closing date, but try it on the National Theatre Live.