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See it if you are interested in Laura Bush or are just up for a kinda weird night that will make you laugh and feel odd about caring about Laura Bush
Don't see it if you have a very small attention span, if you aren't a bit adventurous and up for something interesting, unexpected, and bizarre.
See it if you like SpongeBob, if you just want to have a good time, if you don't need things to get too deep. If you are delighted by small details.
Don't see it if if you don't care at all about SpongeBob, if you're looking for something more serious
See it if you know and like Once on This Island and are looking for a refreshing staging! If you want an immersive experience with phenomenal actors!
Don't see it if you're expecting a super well written musical or you're someone who wants to really understand what motivates characters (Why, Ti Moune?)
See it if you like a capella and beatboxing, shows that follow multiple characters, and are ready to have fun. If you're a fan of Crazy Ex Girlfriend!
Don't see it if you want a super serious show, don't enjoy subway humor, or don't like a capella.
See it if You're ready to be swept up into a show that will take you around the land of Oz and have you crying and wanting to sing along!
Don't see it if You expect the show to be like the book, or if you want more gritty and less showy.
See it if you're okay following a confusing storyline at first, for a really engaging story and powerhouse singers.
Don't see it if you don't want to put any energy into following the story
See it if you are ready to be challenged and transported, and want to watch an amazing show-stopper.
Don't see it if you aren't ready to watch themes of sex, abortion, suicide, and death explored on stage, about children.
See it if If you want to see something serious, character-driven, with a strong sense of place, if you are ready to be confused at first for a payoff.
Don't see it if If you want something flashy or more fun than serious,if you aren't prepared to think and be challenged, or don't want to think about racism
See it if you are Jewish and LGBTQ, if you have a strong interest in Jewish and/or LGBTQ oral histories, if you think about collective memory & trauma
Don't see it if you don't have a time machine because the run just closed!!!!
See it if you have an interest in the intersection of religion and sexual orientation, a sense of humor, and a love of the absurd.
Don't see it if you aren't ready for things to get both wacky and thought provoking. If you don't want to see an LGBT play.
See it if you want to see this breathtaking, meaningful portrayal of Black women's lives in the South in the 1930s, and you've got tissues with you.
Don't see it if you read the book and hated it, or the mention or threat of rape and abuse are triggering to you, you want a light-hearted play.
See it if you are excited for a musical with a lesbian main character exploring her childhood, especially her relationship with her father.
Don't see it if you are unprepared for a story involving suicide, unideal family situations, and sex, or if you're a homophobe.
See it if you want a family friendly (not preschool age, I'd say) show to enjoy that will make you think about children's bravery and courage.
Don't see it if the transmisogyny of having a cis man play a female character (Ms. Trunchbull) will keep you from enjoying the show