See it if you want to see modern Shakespeare done right, or Daniel Craig dancing to "Hotline Bling".
Don't see it if you're a Shakespeare purist.
See it if you're a fan of immersive theatre, Russian lit, pierogies, or epic musicals in the vein of Les Mis.
Don't see it if You're not interested in experimental scores, or you don't want to cry in the theater.
See it if you're interested in theatre that is both accessible and artistic.
Don't see it if You're triggered by rape/sexual abuse portrayed as romance.
See it if You love Carole King's music or this type of bio-musical in the vein of Jersey Boys.
Don't see it if You want some truly thought-provoking theatre.
See it if Just see it. But especially if you've read the novel or if you're aching to see well-developed women characters on Broadway.
Don't see it if You aren't prepared to cry in the theatre.
See it if You already love Les Miz. The current cast is pretty solid, and the show itself is entertaining.
Don't see it if You're expecting theatrical innovation. This revival is a clear cash grab. I love Les Miz and this production, but it's nothing new.
See it if You care about theatre, period. This show is incredible in every way.
Don't see it if No, everyone should see this. It's that good and that important.
See it if You're fearless, or if you're in for a night of theatre that will take you through every possible emotion.
Don't see it if You're triggered by descriptions of child molestation/pedophilia/underage relationships.
See it if You want a truly immersive experience that pushes the boundaries of traditional theatre.
Don't see it if You're not into nudity, blood raves, or sprinting up and down multiple flights of stairs on the way to a murder.
See it if I don't think this show is worth seeing by anyone, not even for Bobby Steggart's cute face.
Don't see it if You give a shit about gender politics, particularly transgender politics.
See it if You're a fan of South Park or other "edgy" comedies, or if you want some guaranteed laughs.
Don't see it if You're prickly about jokes about religion!
See it if You like strong female friendships, catchy music, or The Wizard of Oz, or if you are introducing a young girl to theatre.
Don't see it if You're expecting a truly profound story or lyrics.
See it if You love good dancing and singing, care about theatre history, or want to see Brian Stokes Mitchell and Audra McDonald together again.
Don't see it if You're put off by a confusing storyline, or don't like dance-heavy musicals.