See it if you enjoy the classic musicals written by Rodgers and Hammerstein
Don't see it if you tend to enjoy more modern and/or adult theatrical experiences
See it if you enjoy American playwrights who have the ability to capture their experience in a beautiful & important way. HarveyFierstein is brilliant
Don't see it if homosexuality offends you. I mean, it shouldn't because all this show is about is love. And if you can't get over that, please stay away.
See it if you have children, who are fans of the film, looking to have their first Broadway experience.
Don't see it if you're looking for a fresh and/or original take on the material. This is not it.
See it if you can. Critics will say it's dated or it only appeals to gay men, but there is a universality in these stories about love and family.
Don't see it if you're closed-minded or dislike shows about recent history.
See it if you don't mind the occasional, well-executed chick-flick.
Don't see it if you're looking for a nuanced look at the human condition. The men are written like characters in a Tyler Perry movie.
See it if you enjoy musicals that have something to say. These characters are flawed and not always likable-- just like life. Masterfully written
Don't see it if you go to theatre to escape from the world around you. This show deals with complicated people living through complicated times.
See it if you want see one of the greatest performances you will ever witness. Cynthia Erivo is a revelation. Days later and I'm still speechless
Don't see it if you have younger children. Some very adult content combined with a dramatic narrative that they won't appreciate.
See it if you have a child or school group who have read the book. The performances and dancing can't quite make up for the mediocre score.
Don't see it if you're looking for a musical with heft. The score does not make this a must-see even if the performances/dancing are inspired.
See it if Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara. Kelli O'Hara.
Don't see it if you don't like classic, American musicals. Even so, see it for Kelli's stunning & riveting performance. You can't take your eyes off her!
See it if you enjoy well-written and thoughtful musicals.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy Stephen Sondheim or expect an evening of large kick lines and mindless fun.
See it if you love well-written musical comedy with a beautiful love story at the center.
Don't see it if you're closed-minded or just a buzzkill in general.
See it if you're looking for a great score with a brilliant performance by leading man Rob McClure
Don't see it if you're looking for a tightly crafted musical comedy. The book falters through much of the action.
See it if you want to witness the birth of musical theatre's future. It's original, poignant and unlike anything you've ever seen before.
Don't see it if you think musical theatre should be limited to the style of the past.
See it if you're interested in seeing a realistic love story told in a refreshing and engaging way.
Don't see it if you enjoy loud, bombastic musicals. This show is very gentle and quiet.
See it if if enjoy dated musical farces. Kristin Chenoweth is a revelation and absolutely hilarious. The show falls apart without her on stage.
Don't see it if you dislike musical farces or a realistic storylines.
See it if you're looking for a darkly funny, classic musical with a phenomenal lead performance from Alan Cumming.
Don't see it if you're looking for a brisk, fluffy musical comedy.
See it if there is a recognizable name in the company.
Don't see it if there's no one in the cast you recognize. While the music and book are stellar, this production no longer does it justice
See it if you want to see a brilliantly directed & unique musical that has something to say. Shout out to Michael Arden, Haley Kilgore, Alex Newell
Don't see it if you dislike morality fables.
See it if you enjoy musicals that do not fit the traditional mold. The show creates a new kind of musical sound-- one that should be emulated.
Don't see it if you dislike song cycles or do not enjoy modern scores
See it if you love the movie, Tina Fey, and well-crafted musical comedies.
Don't see it if you did not like the movie or do not enjoy musical adaptations of popular films no matter how well written.
See it if you enjoy social satire with brilliant performances. Allison Janney is SUBLIME!
Don't see it if you prefer text with literal meaning. This show is a satire of the 1%; the dialogue is not meant to be taken at face value.
See it if everyone should see. It truly has something for all theatre goers, plus all Americans could use the civics lesson right now.
Don't see it if you're stubbornly close-minded.
See it if you like original, ambitious musicals with fantastic scores. Platt is a STAR Pasek and Paul give me hope for the future of original musicals
Don't see it if you use theatre as escapism. This show deals with very real, relevant issues. It will make you confront yourself and your online behavior.
See it if you want the most bang for your Broadway buck. Brilliantly paced and featuring one of the best performances of the decade-- Danny Burstein
Don't see it if you're bringing young children. At 3 hours, this is not the show for them yet. Otherwise, run to see this and bring everyone you know!
See it if you have a young family or enjoy getting in touch with your inner child.
Don't see it if you pride yourself on being too "mature" for such theatrical endeavors.
See it if you enjoy British humor and period songs reminiscent of early 20th Century England. Funny and clever but the ending feels anticlimactic
Don't see it if you don't enjoy farcical plots or old English-style music.
See it if you enjoy ambitious adaptations. The show is still cliched/melodramatic, but the ASL adds depth that's severely lacking from the score/text.
Don't see it if you dislike the original so much that even a refreshing and enhancing concept couldn't save it. The ASL alone is worth seeing.
See it if you enjoy shows that push the boundaries of conventional theatre.
Don't see it if you're easily offended and/or do not like loud shows with a rock and roll score.
See it if you're looking for something different and original. Kitt/Yorkey have done it again (though not quite as successfully).
Don't see it if paying attention and piecing together a plot is too much for your brain to handle.
See it if you read romance novels or enjoy the music you've undoubtedly heard from it.
Don't see it if you want to see a musical where the same 4 melodies don't repeat for 3 hours.