See it if you love swing dancing (it highlights west coast & east coast styles), Laura Osnes, and Corey Cott. It's a show full of heart.
Don't see it if you lack empathy for the difficulties veterans face upon returning home, and the different, rippling effects that may have.
See it if you want to see a very heartfelt/moving show, with an outstanding ensemble and beautiful music (that you'll want to listen to on repeat)!
Don't see it if you have no heart. This show highlights the best of human kindness. Basically, SEE IT.
See it if you want to see a mix of "Jersey Boys" and "Bullets over Broadway" with the tunes of Alan Menken and great choreography of Sergio Trujillo.
Don't see it if you don't like the original source material, or are not okay with somewhat mediocre material (which is elevated a bit by great acting).
See it if you like the movie, are a fan of Andy Karl, and want to see very creative and fun staging.
Don't see it if you didn't like the movie, think there should be trigger warnings for suicide scenes, and don't like dark humor or sarcasm.
See it if you are a fan of Phillipa Soo and just want to see a cute show.
Don't see it if if you haven't seen the film (because you probably won't know what is going on), or if you love the movie (because it will be disappointing)
See it if you love slapstick comedy, farce, and want to laugh so hard your stomach hurts by the time you leave the theater.
Don't see it if you prefer serious dramas, or do not like physical comedy.
See it if you want to leave a show with a smile, because it is guaranteed. The production is a gem, and the cast lead by Bette Midler is PHENOMENAL.
Don't see it if you don't love classic Broadway.
See it if you love Pasek and Paul's music, want to see FANTASTIC performances, and want to see an original show.
Don't see it if you don't engage in social medial or can't relate to the psychological strains of either raising a teenager or being a teenager.