See it if you want to see a tale of acceptance without it being overly winky-winky/nudge-nudge; if you love people in sheep costumes.
Don't see it if you are allergic to dialogue that's not in modern English; if you're a Go-Go's purist.
See it if you're already familiar with the story and score; the concept here may confuse newbies.
Don't see it if you're terrified of being screamed at in your face (in that case, sit in the balcony).
See it if you want to have a good time at a show with a familiar structure and not-too-challenging tunes
Don't see it if you hate South Park; you get defensive when confronted with satirical takes on organized religion or white colonialism
See it if you're really into soccer and would like to see an all-female cast semi-in the round.
Don't see it if you want to be immersed for an hour and a half with a group of people you wouldn't want to sit near on public transportation.
See it if you want to see a gorgeous production of an old gem, and want to catch Mazzie/Kim before it's over.
Don't see it if you can't get past the Orientalism and colonialism (which is unfortunate but handled as well as possible without altering the text).
See it if you enjoy projections being used not just for showing off; you want to get inside the mind of someone not neurotypical.
Don't see it if you can't comprehend non-American English; you have a rat phobia.
See it if you want to bring a picnic and do some texting, and can ignore all those other pesky patrons telling you to shut up.
Don't see it if you have lasting, better memories of other productions of Phantom, or this production earlier in the run.
See it if you're into thoughtful casting, detailed staging, and intricate lyrics with a score whose style is not heard enough on Broadway.
Don't see it if you're racist and there's no hope that innovative casting will cure you.
See it if you want to support Asian American theatre work and some honestly fantastic lighting and choreography
Don't see it if you are looking for a particularly memorable score or a show as solid as its production values
See it if you find Sleep No More TOO environmental and almost everything else not environmental enough
Don't see it if you're sensitive to pulsing lights and/or raves
See it if you enjoy a silly, easy-to-follow story, PLUS watching the gears turn in the heads of extremely skilled actors.
Don't see it if you want all the jokes to be up to date. (Some are; some are glaringly unchanged.)
See it if you feel like a fluffy, incredibly fun night out; you want to see some of the most talented and least annoying children on B'way.
Don't see it if you want a deep story.
See it if you enjoy hearing another side of a well-known story but are tired of prequel-itis; you want a break from dialogue.
Don't see it if you're easily startled by bunraku-like puppets.
See it if you want to see an excellent production of a show you already love -- or put off seeing 9 years ago.
Don't see it if you want to see a great deviation from the original replica productions.
See it if you have a carnal urge to see a lot of blood and/or re-create the look, feel, and sound of the '80s.
Don't see it if you just can't be seduced by an anti-hero, you were hoping Alice Ripley would have a starring role, or you can't stand the sight of blood.
See it if you want a fun night out, and/or are looking for a "safe" choice for a large group and are tired of Mamma Mia and Jersey Boys.
Don't see it if you're anticipating anything deep. There really isn't; that's not why this show is here.
See it if you enjoyed Deaf West's previous productions. And even if you didn't like Spring Awakening the first time around.
Don't see it if you're going to laugh at deaf people for being deaf.