See it if You'd like a unique experience with voice and sound effects.
Don't see it if You're bored by a one-man show or don't think the audio experience is worth the price of admission.
See it if You like topical commentary on religion, pop culture, and American imperialism.
Don't see it if You're easily offended and don't want to see any religious beliefs explored for comic effect.
See it if You want to experience a Broadway classic. You like amazing dancing and movement. You or your kids like when actors come into the aisles.
Don't see it if You want a complex plot. There's hardly a plot at all. You aren't a cat owner. It will be tough to relate.
See it if You're a fan of both Shakespeare and Broadway musicals.
Don't see it if You respect the Bard too much to see a British rock-star version portrayed onstage.
See it if You like clever wordplay, mistaken identities, and general farcical-ness.
Don't see it if You're expecting a big classical production with a huge set and lots of swordplay.
See it if You like Andrew Lloyd Webber, you want to see real kids playing real instruments onstage, you want a simple, joyous experience.
Don't see it if You want complexity in storytelling, you want to be surprised by the ending, you didn't like the film.