See it if you're open to exploring challenging emotions and intense confrontations.
Don't see it if you're unwilling to contemplate how terminal illness can impact 3 different families
See it if you want to support a female director and love seeing Shakespearean plays, especially where the protagonist is a woman.
Don't see it if you find unrhymed iambic pentameter (blank verse) mightily tiresome.
See it if you light up when you hear an orchestra launch into a Gershwin score and when you see two dancers radiate chemistry.
Don't see it if you cringe at the idea of a dance musical about a young American soldier and a French girl.
See it if you sometimes feel left out among your friends who seemingly are all getting married.
Don't see it if you can't stand hearing someone complain, even in a show.
See it if you believe in the magic of live performances and outstanding costumes.
Don't see it if you're unwilling to suspend disbelief for a few hours.
See it if you love most musicals, love to laugh and appreciate lively choreography and character transformation.
Don't see it if you're trying to avoid gay protagonists.
See it if you enjoy exploring themes of romantic love, familial love, obligation, and freedom.
Don't see it if you're counting on a simple, happy-go-lucky experience.
See it if you have even an iota of interest in the early 1900s time period in New Rochelle, NY.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with racism depicted on stage.