See it if You want to see one of the most riveting and relevant plays broadway has to offer. Simple set, but affective. Both parts go by fast.
Don't see it if You are homophobic or don’t want to sit through a 6 hour plus play. Don’t see it if you want to be visually impressed. Simple technically.
See it if You are a fan of the book and movie and don’t mind the structure being different. Ed Harris is truly brilliant as Atticus. Phenomenal cast.
Don't see it if You are extremely picky about adaptations. Might be disappointed. It does drag a little in act 2.
See it if You want to see a fascinating and riveting story. Both Jonny and Bertie are amazing. Lighting is phenomenal. No wonder it won the Tony.
Don't see it if You can’t handle loud sound. Sound design was way too loud for this show. Don’t see it if you don’t like what white men will do for power.
See it if You want to see a visually stunning play with strong performances and a incredible set. Edgy and 3 hours go by fast.
Don't see it if You are impatient to sit through a 3 hour play or want something exciting to happen. Nothing eventful happens until the last moments.
See it if You want to see two terrific actors in the same show. They have great chemistry, but Audra as always steals the show. She also saves it.
Don't see it if You want to see every play ever written or want some action. Nothing eventful happens. It’s all just talk. The material is outdated.
See it if You are a fan of Miller or Annette Bening. The whole cast is phenomenal, but she’s the stand out. Last 5 minutes will stick with you.
Don't see it if You’re not a fan of Miller or his style of work. Typical, predictable Miller. First act drags. Takes a while to get the ball rolling.
See it if You have never seen this show or want to forget your worries for 2 and a half hours. Hilarious with an original story and decent score.
Don't see it if You are easily offended by people mocking religion. There is a song that literally translates to " F you God." This show isn't mind-blowing
See it if If you want to see a tone down, but stunning production of this classic musical. Great chemistry between Joshua and Jessie.
Don't see it if You expect it to be exactly like the original. I hear they cut a lot of the themes of domestic abuse. The set is also pretty minimalistic.
See it if You are looking for a strong, riveting straight play. Glenda Jackson is incredible. Her final monologue sticks with you for a long time.
Don't see it if You feel uncomfortable thinking about the inevitable- death, old age. This play is very talkative and nothing eventful really happens.
See it if You have never seen it or want to see a beautiful production with a heartwarming score. Brilliantly staged and the acting is incredible.
Don't see it if You expect an original story. It’s predictable and very sad. FYI don’t sit in the front if you don’t want sand on your shoes.
See it if You want to see a moving, beautiful new musical. The acting is superb. Katrina Lenk is a star and the score is wonderful. Very touching.
Don't see it if You hate slow plots. Not much going on. This is not everyone's cup of tea. Just one of those musicals. Some might find the score repetitive.
See it if You don't know a lot about the 1911 NY fire this play is based on. Very fascinating to watch these stories unfold leading up to the fire.
Don't see it if You want a lot of action, don't care about the backstory of the factory workers leading up to the event, or the trial that followed.
See it if You've never seen this juggernut of a musical or just want to be entertained. It's a beautiful show with very empowering lyrics.
Don't see it if You hate over the top productions. This show is very tech heavy and some might find that redundant. The story is also not very original.
See it if You want to see Bette Milder and all her glory in a show that should be outdated, but isn't. Very entertaining and a cute story.
Don't see it if You hate old fashioned musicals
See it if You want a relevant play with strong performances. Their chemistry is amazing and really is a powerful story. I left the theatre moved.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with race or homophobic. Hawkins works his way into a rich white couples lives and shows a few homosexual scenes.
See it if You want to see two Broadway legends on the same stage. They, along with beautiful costumes and sets save this show.
Don't see it if You expect a strong book/score. The story is flawed in so many ways. The intentions are there, but the execution is very weak.
See it if You want to see a historical piece brilliantly told or don't know much about the peace accords of '93. Gripping story, strong performances.
Don't see it if You want to see men argue with no result for almost two and a half hours. It does get quite boring especially in act two.
See it if You want to see two incredible actresses in the same show or looking for strong material. The set is gorgeous and the writing is superb.
Don't see it if You don't like plays that seem outdated. This play can be very disagreeable and might make you leave upset.
See it if You are a Tolstoy fan or just looking for a good time at the theatre. This show is very entertaining with a brilliant set and great singers.
Don't see it if You have never read War and Peace - like me. You will be confused. It's very fast paced and the music isn't as memorable as it is fun.
See it if You want to see an innovative new play. This show is for everyone that appreciates theatre as an art. Wonderfully staged and deeply moving.
Don't see it if You are homophobic as two women kiss onstage often throughout. Don't go if you want a lot of excitement. This play can be boring at times.
See it if You are a huge Sondheim fan or want to see two fine actors in the same show. Both Jake and Annaleigh are strong with great chemistry.
Don't see it if You want a fascinating story. The story is the weak link here. It's the concept between act one and act two that makes this show work.
See it if You love the original and want to be reminded how great this show is. Eva Noblezada is perfect as Kim. Her voice is superior to Lea Salonga.
Don't see it if You hate sappy, cliche love stories or hate the original. Some might find the plot indulgent. Def not for someone who can't stand musicals.
See it if You have nothing better to do and want to see a new original play that's a cute, sad love story with strong performances
Don't see it if You expect to be inspired and walk away happy. This show tackles the harsh reality of how relationships can end up.
See it if You have ever felt alone or invisible. This show is quite healing. Original with a beautiful score. The performances are superb. Must see.
Don't see it if No reason not to, except if you hate musicals. If you have the means and can score a ticket - go.
See it if You love the original or have never seen it. The score is beautiful yet simple and the staging is excellent. Tech wise this show is flawless
Don't see it if Looking for a good storyline. It's god awful and the least interesting thing about the show. It also can be hard to keep track who's who.
See it if You grew up listening to the original album and just want to have a good time. See if you care about serious issues or support #metoo.
Don't see it if Don’t like Alanis’s style of music. Some might find its overstuffed and there are too many plot points in which case not all are wrapped up.
See it if You want to see a truly beautiful, innovative show. Visually stunning, amazing vocals and the score is powerful. Must see.
Don't see it if You don’t like Greek mythology or want to see an original piece. Innovative, but far from an original story.
See it if You have never seen this show or just want to be entertained. Kelli and Will are outstanding. Wonderful choreography and score.
Don't see it if Probably don’t want to see it if you’ve seen previous productions. Hear they updated the book. Some of the material feels outdated.
See it if You are looking for a smaller, heartfelt, original show. It makes you forget all about your troubles. Most fun on broadway in a while.
Don't see it if You are homophobic or intolerant to people who are different. Some might find the book problematic and predictable.
See it if Want a feel good musical or see a modern spin on the movie. The book is different, but funnier than the movie. Santino is phenomenal.
Don't see it if You are homophobic or attached to the movie. Doesn’t really follow it well. Score is horrible. Only two memorable numbers.
See it if You want to see A-list actors in the same show. Great writing with a timely theme.
Don't see it if You expect everyone to be superb. Nathan Lane was the strongest. Everyone else was sub-par at best.
See it if You love the movie or looking for a good time. It’s a party. The production value is top notch. So much fun. Taylor is awesome as Regina.
Don't see it if You hate the movie or expect a completely memorable score. It’s catchy, but some numbers aren’t that great. Skip if expect original idea.
See it if You’ve never seen this masterpiece. Andrew Garfield steals the show as Prior. Surprisingly funny at times. Drop dead gorgeous production.
Don't see it if You have no patience for sitting through an 8 hour show - most likely coming back another day for part two. It does drag a bit.
See it if You have never seen it or looking for an entertaining night at the theatre. The score is decent and the two female leads I saw were great
Don't see it if You feel uncomfortable with exotic dancing or expect to be impressed by “spectacle.” Don’t go with too high expectations.
See it if You want to see a very fun and entertaining show. It’s a great escape from the crazy world we live in. Amazing set and great cast.
Don't see it if You expect an original idea with original music. The score isn’t that memorable. As fun as it is the show does feel overstuffed at times.
See it if You are a huge Harold Prince fan and want to see 16 of his finest in one production. Nice set and the performances are strong.
Don't see it if You are looking for an original or fascinating story. Indulgent and some songs were poorly chosen.
See it if You want to see great acting with a decent storyline. Slow at first but picks up in act two. Says a lot of about society in unexpected ways.
Don't see it if You love Miss Saigon or the opera Madame Butterfly. Get these two out of your mind if you go. They're nothing alike. The set is horrendous.
See it if You're a fan of Carole King and want to see a fun jukebox musical. Chilina is phenomenal as Carole with a strong supporting cast behind her
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Carole King's music. The book is problematic in some ways cuz it doesn't always streamline her life smoothly
See it if You don't want to think a lot and just be entertained for a few hours. If you're in technical theatre like I am you'll appreciate it.
Don't see it if You don't appreciate everything that can go wrong during a show. Fans of Noises off might feel it's a rip off of that show too cuz it is.
See it if You love the movie or want to see Andy Karl at his best. He really is a joy to watch and looks like he's having a lot of fun doing it.
Don't see it if You don't like the movie or want an inspirational story with a good score. The score is pretty weak with the exception of two numbers.
See it if You want to see Kevin Kline in a role he was born to play. It's worth seeing if you enjoy dry humor and enjoy Noel Cowards work.
Don't see it if Dry humor isn't your thing or you don't care for Cowards style. The plot is just as dry. Colbie Smulders is a disappointment as Joanna.
See it if You love the original Doll's House. Fantastic acting led by Laurie Metcalf. Small show, but briliantly directed. The writing is very clever
Don't see it if You don't like the original or if you don't like simple staging. The set is only four chairs. Nothing exciting really happens.
See it if You want to see a visually stunning show with good singers. Christy and Derek have great chemistry. The costumes are spectacular.
Don't see it if You love the animated movie or looking for a remarkable score. This show is very much focused towards teenage girls.
See it if You want to see an original, inspiring musical with beautiful music and powerful performances. Small show but effective.
Don't see it if You don't want to re-live the morning of 9/11. Don't expect to be moved. Doesn't fail in that department, but needed to be better.
See it if You are a huge Gloria Estefan fan or enjoy wonderful choreography. Ana is the spitting image of Gloria and plays her to the tee
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Gloria's style. If you hate love stories this isn't for you. Their love story pretty much overshadows the show
See it if You want to see an original musical with a descent score and powerful performances. This could very well be the surprise hit of the season
Don't see it if You hate swing/jazz music. If you are looking for an upbeat, happy show you won't find it here. At times it can be very slow and very sad
See it if You want to see Glenn Close and all her glory in the role she was born to play. Great production if you've never seen it.
Don't see it if Loved the original. Don't expect to be blown away. I'm sure there are a lot of good elements missing. It's not Webber's best work.
See it if You are a Miller fan and want to see Mark Ruffalo at his prime. The whole cast is outstanding with Devito adding some comic relief.
Don't see it if You're not a fan of Miller. Very heavy. If you're expecting a lot going on you'll find it boring. Lots of talking and no doings.
See it if You are an August Wilson fan and enjoy a strong play with powerful performances. The material is profound and is effective in its theme.
Don't see it if You want a fast paced show with a lot going on. Not much happens. Some people also might find it slow and resembles Fences too much.
See it if You love the movie and want to see a show with strong female performances. Jessie Mueller hits it out of the park.
Don't see it if You're not a fan of Sarah Barellis. The performances make up some of the flaws of the score. Skip if you have a problem with domestic abuse.