See it if you're a fan of the show, like the actors who are starring, or like quirky characters.
Don't see it if you like a fully fleshed out storyline in your musicals or if you can't handle a certain level of absurdity.
See it if you like to watch talented performers be talented. I didn't feel like the songs were memorable, but I did love all the actors and the book.
Don't see it if you expect it to be like the movie or are looking for deep character revelations.
See it if you are willing to let the playwright lead you on a journey to that doesn't necessarily pay off.
Don't see it if you don't want to think too hard or if nudity and/or sexual themes are not for you.
See it if you are a teen. There are some catchy tunes, but it is a little uneven and light on plot.
Don't see it if you can't relate to teens in any way or are looking for something with the depth of Dear Evan Hansen.
See it if you like drama with an arch-humorous tone and want to feel like you are an observer at a really fun party that turns really dark.
Don't see it if you don't like ensemble acting. If you are looking at the names and expecting star turns, you might be disappointed.
See it if you want to see Mark Rylance do his thing in an elegant, ethereal setting.
Don't see it if opera is not your thing or you want a story that moves in a well-paced linear fashion
See it if you like your classics mixed with farce and fun and if you have a sense of humor about Pride & Prejudice.
Don't see it if you want a straight adaptation of P&P that adheres strictly to the book.
See it if you have kids you'd like to entertain or enjoy what Christian Borle brings to the table.
Don't see it if you want anything like the movie(s), or anything like the London production or if you want big, theatrical moments.
See it if you don't mind waiting through a slow start to get to the "good stuff".
Don't see it if you are interested in having a tune stuck in your head when you leave, because you don't, particularly.
See it if You like funny, farce-y old fashioned fun very much carried by KK's charisma.
Don't see it if You are expecting slap-sticky farce or don't like snappy, quickly delivered dialogue with an old fashioned feel.
See it if you want to see Adam Driver dominate the stage. Brandon Uranowitz brings his usual charm to bear as well. It was a joy to watch those two.
Don't see it if you are expecting crazy chemistry between the two marquee stars. You'd think Driver could have chemistry with a houseplant, but no.
See it if you like slapstick, physical comedy and don't care so much about plot or character development
Don't see it if you think you will be seeing the new Noises Off or if slapstick is not your thing. Seriously, if slapstick is not your thing, stay home.
See it if you like a light musical with gorgeous costumes and "classic" numbers.
Don't see it if you mind quaint plays. Because that's the feeling i had coming out of the theater. It was quaint.
See it if you enjoy family drama, both of the traditional and non-traditional type.
Don't see it if you expect the revival to capture the same magic as the original. There's magic there, just a different type, in a different context.
See it if you love classic Broadway musicals and want to take a trip down memory lane with Hal Prince.
Don't see it if you don't like revue-type shows or if classic musicals are not your thing.
See it if you like nontraditional family stories or interesting musical scores (though the book feels a little dated).
Don't see it if you expect the play to be the same as the original or if you will be constantly comparing the performances to the original.