See it if you are interested in a true story about two strong, independent women, or want to see a compelling performance from two talented actresses.
Don't see it if the discussion of race, religion, politics, or Nazis make you uncomfortable, or if you want something more extravagant than black box.
See it if you want to see a raunchy variety show full of talent and wonder, or like vignettes strewn together to tell a loose story.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy (near) nudity, political statements, or want original music. Avoid if you have breathing problems or sensory issues.
See it if you want comedic commentary on crooked televangelists and the hypocrisy that is posed by widespread, monetized religion.
Don't see it if you don't like shows poking fun at religious beliefs, or don't want your views about God, religion, etc. challenged.
See it if you are a fan of the Temptations, Motown music, or jukebox musicals in general, like precise choreography, or extremely talented vocalists.
Don't see it if you are looking for something new/groundbreaking. At the end of the day, it is a biographical jukebox musical like many others out today.
See it if you like cleverly-written, catchy musical numbers and simple, straightforward plots that are poking fun at the daily lives of PAs.
Don't see it if you want to see something with fancy sets, costumes, and choreography or would like to see a show that has a satisfying ending.
See it if you like cleverly minimal casting and set usage, like dark comedy, or enjoy the intimate feel of black box theatre.
Don't see it if you want to see flashy sets and costumes or large casts. There are bright lights and dense fog, so don't see if those cause discomfort.
See it if you enjoy Shakespearian plays, shows done in-the-round, and simple staging.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy productions where classic roles are gender-swapped or want to see something flashy.
See it if you enjoy the original storyline of Pretty Woman, don't mind a bit of raunchy humor, and like romantic comedies.
Don't see it if you want something super family-friendly or are not one for romances. TW: There's a brief scene depicting the lead-up to sexual violence
See it if you enjoy Shakespeare or drunken shenanigans. It's a fun night filled with unpredictable hilarity and booze - a must see!
Don't see it if you prefer serious performances, elaborate costumes, and fancy sets. Avoid completely if you don't like being a part of the show.
Also Went for my 21st birthday, and it was definitely a memorable night!
See it if you are a fan of the original movie, like raunchy humor, or want to see something funny with an uplifting ending.
Don't see it if if you want to see something complex and subtle, or you are put off by sexual humor or stereotype jokes.
See it if you like historical fiction, enjoy grand scenes and elaborate costumes, and enjoy romance.
Don't see it if you would like to see a show grounded in historical fact, or prefer physical setpieces as most of the sets are on screens.
See it if you like elaborate sets, rock music, child actors, and the original School of Rock movie.
Don't see it if you don't like child actors, you want a deep and thought-provoking script, or don't enjoy rock music.
See it if you enjoyed Henrik Ibsen's classic, have strong feminist opinions, or like updated takes on old works.
Don't see it if you want an extravagant performance, elaborate sets, or an easygoing theatre experience.
See it if you enjoy shows that hit close to home, use simple sets and actors filling more than one role, local theatre, or slower paced shows.
Don't see it if you cannot handle topics such as mental illness or self harm, like grand productions, or want something fast-paced.
See it if you are a fan of Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, enjoy pop culture references, or are looking for a modern twist.
Don't see it if you are looking for a 1 to 1 adaptation of the book/film or do not enjoy pop culture references in revivals of classic works.
See it if you love music from the 60's/70's, enjoy shows based on a true story, and don't mind monologues or simple sets.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of older music, do not like true-event-style shows, can't sit through monologues, or want to be wowed by elaborate sets.
See it if You would want to see a musical comedy about murder. Also, you must enjoy a small cast, where one actor is cast in SEVERAL main roles.
Don't see it if You want a hugely deep plot. It is about a man killing relatives to become rich, and there's a love triangle as well. More comedy than plot.
See it if You enjoy comedic plays. This is a behind-the-scenes view, so it is especially hilarious to anyone who has ever worked a show before.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of a ton of dialogue. The backstage acts are sort-of quiet as there is a "show" on. Much of the humor is visually based.
See it if You love the original book/film of Matilda. The show is an outstanding reproduction. You must not mind children actors, as there are many.
Don't see it if You do not like child actors. If you're not a fan of over-the-top characters, it can be overwhelming.
See it if You enjoy period pieces. The scenes are beautifully reconstructed and the actors, sets, and costumes do the film justice.
Don't see it if You want a happy ending, as this show has a serious close. If you are a fan of Topol, you will be disappointed with the voice of Tevye.
See it if You are a fan of opera-style musicals with little to no dialogue, great costumes, and amazing voices.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy long scenes and long musical numbers. Dancing is minimal, so do not go to see an extravagant number.
See it if You are a fan of inappropriate humor. Fans of South Park will definitely enjoy. If you enjoy catchy songs, these will catch your attention!
Don't see it if You do not like a constant barrage of innuendos, racist jokes, and religious commentary.
See it if You're a fan of The Wizard of Oz, you enjoy beautiful musical theater, or you just want to have a great time. Perfect for all audiences!
Don't see it if You aren't a fan of flashy musicals. The visuals can be a lot to take in if you prefer simpler staging.
See it if you enjoy being a semi-part of the show or want to see a creative take on the art world through the lens of Alice in Wonderland.
Don't see it if you want a big-budget show, aren't okay with LGBT relationships, or want to see something lighthearted and family-friendly.
See it if you are a fan of the original musical and would like to see it in a new context, enjoy simple staging, or like shows driven by culture.
Don't see it if you are not familiar enough with the show to not need the supertitles/don't feel like reading them for a majority of the show.
See it if you enjoy the reversal of gender roles, want a diverse cast, and like having the actors incorporating the aisles and seating into the show.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy child actors or do not want to see an LGBT representation of a classic work. Warning for flashing lights at the beginning.
See it if you enjoy mythic tales based on the stories of old, clever usage of sets and blacklights, or intense acting that draws you into the story.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy small black box productions or would like to see a big-budget show. May be confusing if you don't know Greek mythology.
See it if you enjoy Greek mythology, like creative staging, enjoy opera-style shows, and like brassy, soulful music.
Don't see it if you would rather avoid shows making political statements about capitalism.
See it if you are a fan of the original book as the play holds close to the plot. Also if you like shows that have both quiet and intense moments.
Don't see it if slurs, racial tensions, and sex crimes make you uncomfortable. Also if you aren't interested in shows with a political undercurrent.
See it if you enjoy shows that have relatable characters in unique situations, "supervillain" plots, or ensemble dance numbers.
Don't see it if you don't like innuendo, teen dramedy, sci-fi, or you are incredibly attached to the original score and will not appreciate lyrical edits.
See it if you enjoy creative sets and costumes as well as the retelling of folklore.
Don't see it if you want elaborate sets or costumes. Also if you are not a fan of love stories.
See it if you enjoy creative sets and costumes, like intense acting, or want to see a show with themes that still resonate with the audience today
Don't see it if you cannot handle discussions of sex, sexuality, terminal illness, or death.
Also I saw both Part 1 (1:00 p.m.) and Part 2 (7:00 p.m.) on the same day.
See it if you enjoyed the original TV show, enjoy flashy sets and costumes, or want to enjoy laugh-filled, family-friendly entertainment.
Don't see it if you want a more serious theatre experience.
See it if you prefer story over flashy visuals, enjoy seeing the band on stage, and like "classic showtunes".
Don't see it if you would like to see something visually dazzling or don't enjoy mentions of violence.
See it if you are interested in true accounts/historical pieces, enjoy ensemble soundtracks, and like actors playing multiple roles.
Don't see it if you want elaborate sets and costumes, prefer solos over ensembles, like actors playing one role only, or don't like historical accounts.
See it if you enjoy smashing gender stereotypes, catchy Cyndi Lauper music, and shows that get the audience amped up.
Don't see it if you don't like shows that explore drag and the LGBT+ community or painfully fake British accents.
See it if you enjoy performances that push you to your limits and make you think. These performances get pretty personal, and you WILL be changed.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy personal monologue or political satire with a liberal humor. Also if you don't like audience participation.
See it if you like synchronized choreography, catchy music, adult humor, love stories, or mob stories.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy child actors, are not interested in mob or interracial love stories, or are looking for child-friendly humor.
See it if you enjoy circus acrobats and traditional musical theater. If you are a romantic, you would love this show. Voices and stunts were great!
Don't see it if you want a traditional Cirque show. The show is in English, has lots of singing and dialogue, and stunts are mostly background.
See it if You have an open mind toward the LGBTQ+ community, you like seeing a one-man-show, and want to hear a life-story narrative.
Don't see it if You are not open to LGBTQ+, want a large cast, do not like rock and roll, and do not like sex jokes.
See it if You enjoy a show that will make you think. Audience participation is recommended. Unexpected outcomes. Ever-changing shows. FREE PIZZA!
Don't see it if You do not like political statements or plays that make you uncomfortable. This show can and WILL push you outside your comfort zone. A lot.
See it if You are a fan of Disney productions, like extravagant sets, want to see acrobatics, and love showstopper numbers.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Disney musicals. It is packed with classic Disney humor. Also, do not see if you're not invested in romances.
See it if You enjoy grand sets and costumes, action, suspense, and romance. If you enjoy theatrical singing of operatic songs this is the show for you
Don't see it if You do not like operatic music, romance, or very theatrical scenes.
See it if You enjoy beautiful costumes, amazing voices, and lots of Shakespeare puns! Great for all ages, like a toned-down Book of Mormon.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Shakespeare. Although the show is still quite funny, most of the best jokes revolve around Shakespeare references.
See it if You enjoy elaborate sets and costumes, and dancing. Great for kids! If Disney musicals are your thing, this is a must-see!
Don't see it if You are a fan of simpler staging in shows. Also, if you do not enjoy Disney, this is not the show for you.