See it if you're a fan of shows that feature strong female characters/leads, enjoy the musical stylings of Sarah Bareilles, are a fan of the movie.
Don't see it if you're offended by extramarital affairs, have domestic violence triggers.
See it if you want to be swept away into a world that is truly captivating, with impressive use of new tech effects and spot on casting choices.
Don't see it if you're expecting an appearance by Rasputin or Bartok, as they are absent from the stage version.
See it if you like musicals that whisk you away on fanciful journeys; you're looking for a family-friendly show that delivers classic Broadway magic.
Don't see it if you're a grouch. I truly believe that the only people who won't like this show are those that go in to it looking for things not to like.
See it if you're a fan of classical theater. In a style which harkens back to that of Shakespeare, this play delivers on all levels. Superb acting!
Don't see it if you're looking for a light-hearted, fluffy show. Betrayal, murder, bribery, and seduction abound with wit as the intermittent relief.
See it if you've ever loved a dog. Truly, this show demonstrates with bullseye accuracy the very real relationship between man and man's best friend.
Don't see it if you are looking for a dynamic caricature performance by Broderick. His 'every man' is spot on, but some patrons may be left wanting more.
See it if you liked the movie version, because they pretty much based the revival on it.
Don't see it if you're expecting the original stage production of Les Miserables. Massive miscasts and altered scenes made the show lose its credibility.
See it if you can get discounted tickets. It's not a must-see show, but at the right price it fits the 'entertaining' bill.
Don't see it if you have to pay full price.
See it if you have the chance. Everyone should see this show performed live at least once, as it is a true classic who's messages transcend time.
Don't see it if you're looking for a fluffy piece of theater. While there are moments of levity throughout, it also deals with solemn, heavy subject matter.
See it if you've ever had a friend you've grown apart from, or if you know the struggle of balancing a romantic relationship with other friendships.
Don't see it if you're offended by a gay lifestyle or adult language. There are club-style lighting effects, so be mindful if you have visual sensitivity.
See it if you're a fan of Len Cariou and the various roles he's had throughout his stage career. His delivery of the Shakespeare monologues is superb.
Don't see it if you're looking for a show with plot or modernity. Len's singing is clearly secondary to his acting, so an appreciation of Shakespeare is key
See it if you're looking for a fluffy musical. The show's entertainment value can't be denied and it's ability to provoke the holiday spirit is strong
Don't see it if you're looking for a show with substance. Though it does touch upon deeper feelings, the classic cheese of the quartet ultimately prevails.
See it if you have the chance. Great for all ages, this show is bound to be a Broadway classic for decades to come. Great music, impressive puppetry!
Don't see it if ? Is there a reason not to see this show?
See it if you have a pulse. I honestly think that this show touches on some pretty universal subjects and tackles mental health and grief in a new way
Don't see it if you're easily offended.
See it if you're a Disney fan. The flying carpet alone makes it worth the visit, even though some of the storyline alterations are disappointing.
Don't see it if you're a fan of Abu and Raja. Their characters were cut and replaced by human counterparts, which changes the feel of a lot of events.