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See it if you want to see a masterfully written story, enjoy large casts and complicated relationships, or appreciate lighting design.
Don't see it if you have trouble understanding Irish accents.
See it if You want an honest story with a happy ending and lots of laughs in between.
Don't see it if You like darker/heavier stories about the struggles of LGBT+ people
See it if You've never seen the show before or if you enjoy ballets and/or large ensemble dance numbers
Don't see it if physical abuse is a trigger for you.
See it if you have a connection to Israel or speak Hebrew--you won't find a show like this again anytime soon. Or if you enjoy interesting instruments
Don't see it if you like bigger, glitsier shows or just shows with a plot that matters. Also don't go looking for smart humor.
See it if you like excellent set design and fabulous men.
Don't see it if you want a drama that challenges your intelect a little more. This show may challenge your perspective, but overall it's kind of fluffy.
See it if you want to see some fantastic engineering of both costumes and sets. Or if you just really love Spongebob.
Don't see it if you don't like Spongebob or if you like plot-driven shows with substance.
See it if You want a truly immersive heater experience. You'll still get audience/actor interaction in the rear mess!
Don't see it if You're looking for something with a climactic ending or a plot that is driven by dialogue.
See it if you're a fan of Harry Potter who doesn't mind poking fun at the flaws in the series.
Don't see it if you're not very familiar with the world of Harry Potter or if you are hearing impaired--no mics are used.
See it if you have an unresolved/strained relationship with a family member.
Don't see it if you don't like excellent writing, acting, and vocals.
See it if You would like to be reminded why we believe what we believe.
Don't see it if You're easily offended and/or not willing to stay to the end of the show to see the actual message it conveys.
See it if you are a teenager or have teenagers who are into musicals. If you like the concept of Little Shop, you'll probably enjoy this too.
Don't see it if you want to see a musical with complex or interesting music.
See it if you like stories about women/one-woman shows. Any fan of Anne of Green Gables will love this show.
Don't see it if you like more literal interpretations of stories or don't like stories told through dance.
See it if you want to see a good old-fashioned Broadway musical today. The set even features painted backdrops as opposed to printed! So refreshing.
Don't see it if you like romantic stories that delve into each individual before they come together; most of the stories are funnier than they are romantic.
See it if you're at all interested in seeing true stage magic and creative set design. It's also nice to have a show the whole family can enjoy.
Don't see it if you don't have children or a younger audience member to go with. The show and script are not geared towards older members of the audience.
See it if You want to hear something good about what happened that day and be reassured of humanity's desire to help one another.
Don't see it if You prefer stories with one protagonist or some sort of climax in a plot.
See it if you love exquisite costume design or haven't had a good laugh in a while. See it even if you're not a "Shakespeare person!"
Don't see it if You prefer costumes more traditional of the time the play was written.
See it if you're a fan of the novel or want to see an imaginative, well-done theatrical adaptation. Also see it if you love dance.
Don't see it if you're a fan of action more than words or prefer big flashy spectacles of shows.
See it if you're a fan of the show already and want to see a masterful production. Also see it if you want to see intelligent lighting design.
Don't see it if you're self-conscious about your knowledge of the history of the war in Vietnam. There are some time jumps that can be unclear/confusing.
See it if you love people watching and want to hear some excellent voices singing beautiful harmonies. This show is really something special.
Don't see it if you're from out of town/don't know common New York problems involving public transportation. Many jokes may be lost on you.
See it if you've ever wondered how hard it is to put on a good theatrical production.
Don't see it if you don't like British farce or physical/slapstick humor.