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See it if you have a younger sense of humor and don't mind the loud, bright, overwhelming nature of the show. It's quirky and fun for teens especially
Don't see it if you have an older sense of humor, want to see an exactly accurate portrayal of high school. It's silly and unrealistic, but entertaining!
See it if you like Shakespeare in a modern context, appreciate humor and new interpretations, and have hours to wait in line.
Don't see it if you're a Shakespeare purist. The production puts a really fun spin on the material, but it's not exactly Shakespeare's intended show.
See it if you are a feminist, feel the need for left-leaning political catharsis, and don't mind bare minimum sets and costumes.
Don't see it if you're anti-choice, right-leaning, or honestly don't want to see something emotionally heavy. It contains dark and explicit content.
See it if you like Kelli O'Hara, Corbin Bleu, or anyone else in the cast. It's a really bright revival of "The Taming of the Shrew" show within a show
Don't see it if you don't want a long show with a slightly problematic ending.
See it if you can! It's closing soon, so I would go if given the opportunity. It's really fun and sparkly.
Don't see it if you're against the idea of drag and hate having fun.
See it if you haven't already. It's a really fun show with humor, elaborate sets and costumes, and sweet meaningful moments.
Don't see it if you don't want to? It appeals to a younger demographic and the plot isn't perfect either
See it if you like Jeff Daniels and want to see him in something, or if you're an 8th grade English student and don't want to read the book.
Don't see it if you want to see "To Kill A Mockingbird" -- the changes to the script and characters makes it an over-dramatic, charmless Sorkin play.
See it if you like clever punny euphemisms for pies and Sara Bareilles' beautiful music. It's a little obvious, but very enjoyable.
Don't see it if you don't want to see something with a predictable but empowering happy ending. Not 100% family-friendly.
See it if you like Spring Awakening, reimagination, and eye-catching choreography, you'll love this.
Don't see it if you are really attached to the original Alice in Wonderland and would mind a thought-provoking, gut-wrenching re-interpretation.
See it if you want a sparkly, frilly, dated show that can't seem to find the right tone, whether that's edgy and not PC or modern and self-aware.
Don't see it if you want memorable music, have seen the movie and don't want to ruin it, or have $100 to spend somewhere else.
See it if you like Brandon Uranowitz/Adam Driver.
Don't see it if you want a really tight production. The actors waver scene to scene, and overall, individual performances are more memorable than the whole.
See it if you lived through/clearly remember the 2008 election, like Laurie Metcalf and/or like John Lithgow.
Don't see it if you don't remember/care about the 2008 election, want to see sets, costumes, etc.
See it if you want a weird but funny night out. The show involves the audience really well, and I would suggest going with friends
Don't see it if you want high brow, thought-provoking theater, because that it is not.
See it if you love Carole King's music and want to see a fun, spunky, condensed telling of her story.
Don't see it if you're not a King fan or against "Musician's name: their story with their music" musicals that have gained a lot of popularity recently
See it if you want to watch a small, insignificant story of insignificant people with live on-stage orchestration before it closes.
Don't see it if you want to be visually excited. The themes are interesting but the sets, music, plot, and pacing are banal and sub-par.
See it if you like the original musical and want to see it with a fresh set of voices, costumes, and sets.
Don't see it if you are a hard and fast traditionalist on the looks of the characters and how the music is arranged.