See it if You enjoy slapstick humor and have a good sense of humor.
Don't see it if Silly slapstick humor isn't your thing or things going wrong in a show (even if it's supposed to) would make you angry.
See it if You want to see a play tell a story through dance. Also if you're interested in feminism and advocacy
Don't see it if You want a traditional play format, or if you are a survivor of sexual assault and are triggered by graphic description and representation.
See it if You love the original Anastasia and are up for some nostalgia
Don't see it if You are tied to it being the same as the original. Also if you don't like use of a screen on stage for effects
See it if You enjoy a new take on the inherently misogynistic Taming of the Shrew. And if you enjoy taking the piss out of Donald Trump.
Don't see it if You prefer traditional Shakespeare plays, don't like feminism, are a Trump supporter.
See it if you enjoy dark comedy
Don't see it if You don't like swearing or offensive humor
See it if You like drinking, are not easily offended and appreciate a good offensive joke
Don't see it if You are easily offended, don't like drinking/seeing other people drunk, expect to actually see/understand a Shakespeare play
See it if You enjoy classics, are interested in Jewish culture, and/or love Danny Burstein (although does anyone NOT love Danny Burstein??)
Don't see it if You can't stay focused for a loooong show
See it if You enjoy fantastical shows and catchy scores.
Don't see it if You're expecting the same top notch quality that is in the original cast-recording with Idina and Kristin. It's good though.
See it if You enjoy crude, offensive humor, you don't mind puppets, you like to laugh.
Don't see it if You are easily offended or can't see yourself being entertained by puppets.
See it if You like deep thought-provoking narratives, and different ways of storytelling.
Don't see it if You are bored easily and don't like dragged-out narratives.
See it if You enjoy seeing shows that are not traditional and appeal to younger audiences.
Don't see it if You're more into classics/more traditional shows or don't like shows about high school.
See it if You like seeing something hilarious and something deep in the same show. Also if you like shows that break the 4th wall.
Don't see it if You don't like non-traditional shows, are conservative and get offended by liberal views (gets political), don't like immersive shows.
See it if you're not looking to see a traditional play and are mostly going for the experience of being in what's essentially a themed bar.
Don't see it if You are expecting to see an actual performance.
See it if You like LGBTQ productions, appreciate "out there" humor, want to laugh
Don't see it if You are wanting to see a traditional "Cinderella" story
See it if You like science/NASA, don't mind repetitive songs, like small or experimental productions
Don't see it if You are easily confused by weird storytelling (I still have no idea what it was about), don't like overly loud noise
See it if You like to laugh/have dark humor, appreciate a good "Bad Seed" reference
Don't see it if You don't have dark humor and/or haven't seen "The Bad Seed" (you don't necessarily HAVE to see it first, but you'll appreciate it more!)
See it if You enjoy cutesy rom-com type shows. Also if you like Jane Krakowski, Laura Benanti, and Zachary Levi (and who doesn't? Cast is top notch!)
Don't see it if You're not into cutesy rom-com stuff and the cast appeal isn't enough to draw you in.
See it if You enjoy big flashy broadway performances, you are easily amused, you like kid acting.
Don't see it if You are easily distracted by bad accents and you don't like cheesy endings.
See it if You like Shakespeare, you like Len Cariou, you know/appreciate older musicals.
Don't see it if You like a big production with a plot, don't like Shakespeare, expect to hear Cariou's good voice (he lost it), don't like older shows