See it if It's Bryan Cranstons performance that makes this, go to see him. The set is overly ambitious and not all the actors were in the same show
Don't see it if You want something true to the time period, you find people eating on stage for no reason distracting
See it if You like obscure Sondheim reworked and told in a non-traditional way.
Don't see it if You need a linear plot, if you don’t like reflect on life not turning out the way you thought it would
See it if You like people working really hard at being clever, you like post-modern bordering on absurdism but not quite.
Don't see it if You need/want entertainment. The actors are doing their best, but the material is pretty weak. The R&J piece feels pretty forced in.
See it if You like futuristic dystopian subjects, not sure a different story is told here that sets it apart, but the premise is there
Don't see it if You want to be entertained, the pacing is tough, the actors struggled to move around an awkward set, it wasn’t ready for this stage yet
See it if You enjoy the book, it’s an interesting story. You like bare bones theatre. There were some very good performances from some of the talent
Don't see it if You require that everyone had the same director, there was a lot of inconsistency in the individual performances.
See it if You enjoy that British Invasion era spectacle, you like power ballads, you enjoy the score
Don't see it if You want a carbon copy of the original, you don’t enjoy the storyline
See it if You enjoy parody, I’ve been enjoying Forbidden Broadway for years, I think they’re still hilarious
Don't see it if You don’t get the joke, don’t enjoy parody, want to actually see Hamilton instead.
See it if You like Patti and Christine, enjoy big sets
Don't see it if You’re expecting something more ambitious than a 60’s sounding pleasant score that could have been written for Merman and Martin
See it if You love Bette (or Donna) you long for the days of big sets and big ensembles
Don't see it if You’re a purist, they take some liberties with choreography and costuming That veer from the original.
See it if You enjoy theatre a little on the avant-garde side, the score is like Sondheim, Jason Robert Brown, and Intrabartolo (BARE) had a baby.
Don't see it if You enjoy traditional staging and traditional musical theatre
See it if The performances are good, the acting solid, if you want to see a good cross-section of current social issues performed on stage
Don't see it if The ideas are solid and relevant, but there's no new point of view presented that we haven't been presented with before in other forms
See it if You want to see some great scenework with interesting choices that spark a lot of conversation after
Don't see it if It’s barebones and the subject matter of neither isn’t pretty. Night Mother isn’t A Dear Evan Hansen take on suicide
See it if You enjoy farces, you don’t need a ton of substance, you enjoy slapstick comedy, you can let go for one night and just enjoy absurdity
Don't see it if You require Chekhov style drama to be entertained.
See it if You enjoy one man shows, nontraditional theatre, solid acting, paying attention
Don't see it if You don’t like to be close to the action, you require a linear plot to understand what’s happening, you don’t like paying attention
See it if You enjoy an original pop score, you like nontraditional subject material. You like big sets and a good story
Don't see it if You don’t like high heels, you don’t like being entertained, the show is fluffy at times but it’s a crowd pleaser
See it if You like South Park humor, this is similar. It contains the same raunch along with a parody of big musical theatre and power ballads
Don't see it if You’re easily offended, particularly religious, can’t take a joke