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See it if you want a lovely story with some lovely music. It's also a movie musical done right where changes are made to suit the medium.
Don't see it if you can't handle changes from the movie. There's no Rasputin here.
See it if you want to see an original musical with a great cast and sweet story (also if you love references to comics)
Don't see it if you cannot handle anything that incorporates pop culture/comic books. References occur throughout the show.
See it if you are looking for something that is fun, intelligent, and still a bit heart-warming
Don't see it if you are looking for a family-friendly show for younger kids - there are some moments that are a bit more adult
See it if you are a fan of any of the actors (they all do a great job) or feel like seeing a funny, intelligent show.
Don't see it if You prefer larger productions or something more serious.
See it if you love Harry Potter (obviously) - it's a slightly flawed story but there are some really powerful moments and the stagecraft (!!!)
Don't see it if you do not believe in magic
See it if Everyone should see it! It's a great production
Don't see it if I think everyone should see it but it would be a difficult show for people that would have a hard time with sitting for a long time
See it if you want to see great performances from the cast, especially Lauren
Don't see it if you do not feel like seeing a show that requires close attention and has a lot of talking/narration
See it if you are a fan of any of the cast members - each individual is given a moment to shine and they are all great
Don't see it if you can't handle a little cliche - the images on the video screen are sometimes a bit much
See it if you are a fan of the show and/or books and are open to a humorous take on them
Don't see it if you have not seen the show and/or read the books - there are spoilers!
See it if you appreciate the silly yet dark aspects of Dahl's stories - this adaptation embraces the ridiculous & gets quite dark w/ fate of children
Don't see it if you are expecting really elaborate sets - for many parts, the stage is quite bare.
See it if you want to see a great performance by one of the best.
Don't see it if have no interest in narratives surrounding old Hollywood and the creative industry.
See it if you enjoy innovative and immersive shows and don't mind a slightly convoluted narrative (refer to the Playbill!).
Don't see it if you don't like when historical dramas insert modern elements (e.g., strobe lights).
See it if you want something a bit different & want to support veterans in theater - the show is disappointing in some parts but strong in others
Don't see it if you are in the mood for lighter fare or are not interested in (or familiar with) classic Greek stories.
See it if you want to see a show that's timely, well-performed, and brings some laughs and tears.
Don't see it if you are not in the mood for a one-man show, Shakespeare, or a show that makes you consider multiple sides to issues.
See it if you grew up listening to Gloria Estefan (like me) and are interested in learning more about her life, including the struggles.
Don't see it if you do not like jukebox musicals.
See it if you love musicals. All of it is great - cast, music, staging. Such a magical night.
Don't see it if I'm having a hard time thinking of who wouldn't like the show - I suppose it may not be your taste if you prefer jukebox or movie musicals
See it if want to see a show with an amazing cast, choreography, and staging. Kelli O'Hara is a treasure
Don't see it if you prefer more modern stories? Having a hard time thinking of who wouldn't like this show
See it if you want a fun night with great music - this remains one of my favorites of the jukebox musicals
Don't see it if you do not like jukebox musicals and/or the Four Seasons - this would definitely not be the show for you
See it if you want to see a well-written and well-acted play about a timely topic - it may be tough to watch at times but is very powerful
Don't see it if you want something lighter or have sensitivities towards the subject matter (race relations, police, and shootings)
See it if you want a fun and enchanting night at the theater - a great adaptation of the movie
Don't see it if you do not like popular songs in your theater - the show uses more pop songs than the movie
See it if want to see a fun show in a lovely venue (and for free!)
Don't see it if you do not like modern adaptations of Shakespeare - this is not a straight telling of Twelfth Night
See it if you love the Harry Potter books or movies, especially Hufflepuff house
Don't see it if you have never seen or read a HP book or have minimal knowledge - the story and jokes won't make any sense
See it if you want an enjoyable night at the theater with great music and cast - the show is lovely and different from many other musicals on Bway
Don't see it if you prefer shows with more action - this show is about the characters, plot is less important
See it if you are interested in Robert Moses and/or city planning - the cast is also great (especially Molly Pope as Jane Jacobs)
Don't see it if you are not interested in NYC history/planning
See it if it's closed already but it had great performances.
Don't see it if it's closed already but was not a show for people that want something light-hearted or straight forward.
See it if you are in the mood for something fluffy and loved the movie - the magic carpet stuff is pretty cool.
Don't see it if you are looking for something a bit more complex - there's some changes but it is basically the movie on a stage.
See it if you want to know what everyone is talking about - there's good music and great performances.
Don't see it if a show involving teenage suicide isn't for you.
See it if you are on a mission to see the classics (if you haven't seen it) or want to revisit your youth (if it was one of your first shows)
Don't see it if you prefer more plot in your shows
See it if you don't mind some melodrama in your musicals. Also, Briones is fantastic. As is the helicopter.
Don't see it if you are not interested in war narratives, particularly ones that portray negative aspects of American intervention.
See it if you are interested in war and/or historical narratives from female perspectives.
Don't see it if you avoid narratives with descriptions war and/or sexual violence.
See it if love art and enjoy stories about the process of making art - also, "Sunday" is one of the strongest first act closers.
Don't see it if you prefer musicals with elaborate costumes and dance numbers.
See it if you like the movie or if you love fun stories with great child performers (really - they are awesome!).
Don't see it if you did not like the movie, since the show stays pretty faithful.
See it if you like shows with a focus on female friendships, good music, and lots of talk of baking.
Don't see it if you weren't a fan of the movie (the show follows the movie fairly closely, in story and style of humor).
See it if you enjoy shows with humor, heart, and well-crafted music.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with the style of humor on South Park.