See it if you are looking for an old-fashioned Broadway musical brought up to date in the subtlest ways. Extraordinary.
Don't see it if you are seeking cutting edge.
See it if you love great theatre and great acting. There is nothing better on Broadway right now.
Don't see it if you couldn't get tickets for Frozen.
See it if Beyond intense. Take this journey if you are willing to let go of yourself and become someone else entirely. Billie Piper electrifies.
Don't see it if Are easily disturbed.
See it if you care about theatre, art, freedom, expression, life. Not to be missed.
Don't see it if you like everything laid out for you in neat little rows.
See it if prize great acting, great writing and the best Broadway has to offer.
Don't see it if want your entertainment wrapped up in a bow.
See it if you want to get lost in a world outside of yourself, love storytelling and music, and want to be moved.
Don't see it if see the world in black and white.
See it if you have time and money to burn. What it lacks for in imagination, it makes up for in noise.
Don't see it if you are even the slightest bit tired, as you might very well fall asleep.
See it if You love art, love life, love music, love magic. If you've ever been torn between your life's calling and your life.
Don't see it if You are bitter or lost in your own misery.
See it if you are a thinker. Incognito is brain candy in its highest form. The four actors are all superb and the writing is top-notch.
Don't see it if your "philosophy is the talk on a cereal box". You'll be confused and bored at the same time.
See it if you're a huge fan of the show and want to see it again, or if the show is new to you and wonder what all the fuss is about.
Don't see it if You wanted to see Book of Mormon or Hamilton, but couldn't get tickets.
See it if you want to be challenged to look beyond the everyday. Smart dialog and diverse perspectives. Nightmare of contemporary existence exposed.
Don't see it if You live your life as if it were an episode of Ozzie and Harriet.
See it if enjoy your musicals raunchy, sacrilegious and blazingly funny. Fans of musicals will doubtless enjoy the allusions to their fave shows.
Don't see it if are easily offended or in the slightest way politically correct.
See it if you want an evening of pure entertainment. Nothing especially deep here, but with all the dazzle, who needs deep?
Don't see it if you are not a fan of the Wizard of Oz or have issues with flying monkeys.
See it if you are looking for an evening of light entertainment taken to a new level of joy, particularly if you love musical theatre.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of musicals, or take life very seriously.
See it if you prefer a bare stage without props in which the actors pretend they are holding fans and talking on the phone.
Don't see it if you are expecting a professionally produced or directed play.
See it if you are a fan of the show. Joshua Henry is mesmerizing, and the music captivates.
Don't see it if you are looking for cutting edge. Carousel is 75 years old, and while remarkable for its time, may not sit well with everyone.
See it if you enjoy ideas flying around the stage, spoken by actors who know what they're doing.
Don't see it if you are not willing to focus your thoughts and energy on the stage.
See it if you are a seven year old girl who is relatively unsophisticated--or if you have memorized the Disney cartoon from start to finish.
Don't see it if you are hoping for dazzling creativity, amazing special effects (rather pedestrian), or new songs to rival "Let It Go". Not the best Disney.
See it if you love the song "Lazy Afternoon" and admire beautiful voices singing.
Don't see it if you are looking for insight into the human condition or insight about the parking situation in Decatur, or any insight at all.
See it if you love classic B'way book musicals. Bette is genius as Dolly. The rest of cast are superlative. As old-fashioned as can be & proud of it.
Don't see it if you are looking for edgy sophistication. The lessons learned here are of a different sort.
See it if appreciate a story told, rather than depicted. The interlaced stories of 4 holocaust survivors is gripping and the acting superb.
Don't see it if you are looking for "drama" in the conventional sense.
See it if you love classic movies, and those moments on the stage where you are swept away into fantasy.
Don't see it if have a short attention span or read the National Enquirer for your news.
See it if you must see everything that Patti Lupone and/or Christine Ebersole does--otherwise, buyer beware.
Don't see it if have pretty much anything else better to do--like watching paint dry, or attending soccer practice for someone else's kid.
See it if You are a fan of Gillian Anderson--she is the show to my mind. Not an ounce of Scully to be found here.
Don't see it if You are looking for the run-of-the-mill. The revolving stage requires your deepest concentration. In a way, you are part of the performance.
See it if you are human being who has ever cared for another human being. This show is universal.
Don't see it if you've already figured out life. (you haven't--of course, but you don't read other people's reviews anyway.)
See it if you loved the book or movie or have ever wanted to stop what you're doing in the middle of the day, run out into the street naked and scream
Don't see it if you are a prude, have a weak stomach or worship the almighty dollar.
See it if you love dance, love music, love Broadway. The purest form of entertainment to be had on the Great White Way.
Don't see it if You're looking for edgy new material and go to the theater for plot.
See it if you love your Disney schmaltz layered on thick. There's quite a show-stopper in the first act.
Don't see it if you are seeking a character driven well crafted plot. There's nothing deep here to be seen.
See it if you love Carol King music and are looking for entertainment on the light side of things.
Don't see it if you are looking for anything even slightly original or thought provoking.