See it if you like plays that deal with attitudes toward race throughout the years.
Don't see it if you prefer your shows a little more nuanced. The humor in this is played very broadly.
See it if you are a fan of horror movies, cheerleader movies, and/or musicals. This is a great combo of the three.
Don't see it if you dislike the topic of murder or if you prefer a big flashy Broadway show.
See it if you are open to the mufti style and want to see a solid production of a rarely-done show.
Don't see it if you dislike shows that have a very pat ending or if you prefer a big fancy showbiz-type musical.
See it if you are a HUGE Cher fan, like snazzy sets/costumes, & love seeing SJB, Emily Skinner, or Michael Berresse being amazing
Don't see it if you dislike bio-musicals that just kind of have songs shoe-horned in. They don't work too hard to make things smooth.
See it if you want to see Kristine Nielsen be absolutely brilliant in a slow, if emotionally moving, play.
Don't see it if you dislike shows that take a while to get started and kind of plod along.
See it if you like the type of movies that Adam Sandler has been putting out over the last decade. This could definitely have been a Sandler movie
Don't see it if you like quality musical theater and shows that make you think
See it if you love the music of The Go-Gos or if you are particularly fond of updated Shakespearean-esque stories
Don't see it if you prefer more traditional musicals or dislike frank discussions of gender and sexuality
See it if you liked the movie, or were a fan of Heathers or Bring it On the musicals.
Don't see it if you hate musicals focusing on teenagers or like shows that are really heavy and meaningful
See it if you are passionate about Jimmy Buffet music, or are trying to see every single show that's ever on Broadway
Don't see it if you are an intelligent person. The jokes are DUMB and the music is exactly what you think it is.
See it if you want to see a brilliantly sung production of a rarely done musical. Umoh in particular is incredible.
Don't see it if you dislike the mufti setup, or are not a fan of musicals that deal with race and history.
See it if you like one man shows, plays about homosexuality, and pop culture-based humor
Don't see it if you prefer more traditional plays or are offended by references to drinking/drug use
Also Cathy Moriarty!
See it if you want to see Michael Urie being amazing, or are a fan of Harvey Fierstein's writing
Don't see it if you are expecting a new take on a play that comes across as very dated
See it if you like shows that are a little fantastical or are in general a fan of superhero stories.
Don't see it if you like stories more grounded in reality or dislike family dramas.
See it if you are a Spring Awakening superfan or are interested in seeing a creative reimagining of a classic story.
Don't see it if you prefer a more traditional storytelling style, or dislike the topics of sexuality/drugs/war.
See it if you enjoy shows about high schoolers who don't fit in and MPDGs whom they love.
Don't see it if you are looking for a more old-school musical with lyrics you can actually hear/understand.
See it if you are an Off-Center completist, or a big fan of Michael Friedman
Don't see it if you like more traditional musicals with plots, rather than a puffed up cabaret/tribute show.
See it if you are passionate about the rock opera genre, or love stories about Studio 54 as a rule
Don't see it if you prefer a more traditional musical or like a show where you're able to actually hear most of the lyrics
See it if you want to see a really great production of a rarely done musical. Or if you want to forget the revisal version.
Don't see it if you aren't willing to go along for the ride. The book is not the greatest, and it helps to just be all in.
See it if you like unusual stories that strike a balance between funny and dramatic, with great actors
Don't see it if you prefer big productions or stories with pat endings.
Also Becky Ann Baker is so wonderful, but that's to be expected.
See it if you want to see a unique production of a Sondheim classic. Or if you saw Scandalous and need to be reminded that Carolee Carmello is amazing
Don't see it if you prefer traditional staging and seating, or don't like dark musicals.
See it if you are a Clockwork Orange completist, I guess? Or if you want to see gorgeous guys with their shirts off and you don't care about the rest.
Don't see it if You value substance over style.