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See it if you appreciate the brilliance of Dave Malloy and are willing to take a journey via a show that is unlike anything you have seen before.
Don't see it if you only like traditional musicals.
See it if you want to see a fully original musical staged by a scrappy team of actors all working in perfect harmony
Don't see it if the subject matter is not one that you want to re-visit
See it if you want to see a group of actor's with great range perform many different types of music.
Don't see it if you are expecting an incisive critique of Hamilton. This show mostly piles on more praise.
See it if you enjoy the craft of storytelling through conversation and character development.
Don't see it if you are turned off by it relying on some standard plotting to finish the story.
See it if you want to see great actors doing their best with the material.
Don't see it if you expect an adaptation that moves you. The story falls completed flat.
See it if you want an inventive piece of theater that leaves you thinking.
Don't see it if you want a traditional plot line and can't stand long silent periods.
See it if you are intrigued by the issues that modern technology brings into our relationships and self-esteem.
Don't see it if you watch too many episodes of Catfish as it may seem like a bit of a re-hash.
See it if you appreciate a full immersive theater experience. The work on staging, lighting, and set design is impeccable.
Don't see it if you want something that will effect you deeply, there isn't a lot of heart here.
Also Denee Benton is terrific!
See it if you love the show and want to see a large and ambitious production of it.
Don't see it if you expect to be actively engaged by the production, it is more like viewing a piece of history.
See it if are a big fan of Gloria Estefan and want a substitute for attending a concert.
Don't see it if you want a show with an interesting book or original music.
See it if you don't have a preset opinion about how financial firms impact society and are willing to see both sides of the story.
Don't see it if you just want to see celebrities and don't want to pay attention or think.
See it if you respect inventive staging and great choreography designed for the young cast.
Don't see it if you can't stand sitting in a theatre with noisy kids and indulgent parents.
See it if you enjoy holiday music and a break from more serious fare.
Don't see it if you expect something more than an excuse to sing and perform the songs.
See it if you are a huge Carole King fan
Don't see it if you expect deeper insights into the characters, it felt mostly like an excuse to have them write and perform the next song.
See it if you want to hear a strong score and see absolutely gorgeous and inventive staging.
Don't see it if you expect the book to hold together as well, the tone and story are muddled.
See it if you are interested in performance art.
Don't see it if you expect to see a coherent play.
See it if you want to see a specific actor even if they are mis-cast. The set design is also top notch.
Don't see it if you expect well cast actors and a story that doesn't feel 100 years old.
See it if you want to consider the purpose of religion and explore how it can impact young lives.
Don't see it if you are easily made uncomfortable by religious topics.
See it if you want to hear a terrific score played and sung beautifully live.
Don't see it if you need all three actors to be of top notch quality. (two out of three are!)
See it if you want to see a great performance by one of the greatest stage actors ever.
Don't see it if you expect something well-written/insightful. There are some good themes, but it isn't what it could be.
See it if you want to understand the issues of our changing economy from a different angle.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy character studies, this is mostly a study of the people more than the plot.
See it if you love Danny Burstein - and really this is enough reason to see it.
Don't see it if you want a lush production, it looks cheap and never really clicks on all cylinders.
See it if you enjoy a decent pop-broadway score and a great performance by Ben Platt.
Don't see it if you find fetishizing of disaffected youth disturbing and want real believable characters.
See it if you enjoy clever staging and a story not used told on Broadway.
Don't see it if you can't sit in the center part of the theatre.