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See it if You love Disney magic. Caissie Levy could say all the wrong words in Let it Go but no one would notice because of what’s happening on stage.
Don't see it if The second act was not great; too much was thrown in. And the new songs were blah. Expected more from the Lopez duo.
See it if you've been singing the songs since the 90s, want to see some Broadway royalty perform, and love immersive sets.
Don't see it if you plan to bring small children; Papa Ge is spectacularly creepy.
See it if You're a Lesli Margherita fan. She's great and even does some singing.
Don't see it if You want to keep the pristine version of the Grinch story in your head.
See it if You want to understand a project's financing, org chart, and key overhead costs.
Don't see it if You expect a structured session with limited attendant questions.
See it if You want to re-live the 90's. The music is a soundtrack from high school but still manages to propel the story along.
Don't see it if You don't like movie musicals. Still, I'm not a big fan of the genre myself but really enjoyed this one.
See it if You're having a bad day and want to be reminded about the goodness in the world.
Don't see it if You can't last through a 100 minute show without a potty break.
See it if "We wear pink on Wednesdays," "You go, Glen Coco," "She doesn't even go here," etc. were part of your lexicon 14 years ago.
Don't see it if you're a tourist and only able to see a couple shows while in town. Pick something you don't know already - this was a replica of the movie.
See it if you want to see strong female leads tackle political issues.
Don't see it if you want an unpredictable ending. Or if you're tired (a lot of static dialogue).
See it if the question of whether or not debt is an asset gets you excited for a debate.
Don't see it if you don't know the difference between assets, liabilities and equity and their relationship on a balance sheet.
See it if You want to chat with fellow CFA lovers and hear how everyone relates to the show.
Don't see it if You haven’t seen Come From Away. Spoiler alert plus you wouldn’t be able to engage with the group.
See it if The idea of an advice column turned into a play intrigues you. Each Q&A from Dear Sugar is treated perfectly by this small, talented cast.
Don't see it if You're hoping to see a story's beginning, middle, and ending. This show is a collage of different stories/advice.
See it if You like going to indie folk concerts, which is basically what this show is with a little bit of dialogue.
Don't see it if You're in the mood for a showy musical.