See it if you're looking for a striking piece of theatre well-performed. Phillips tumbles through each of the 17 each more creative than the last.
Don't see it if the unevenness of the piece will really bother you. When it hits, it hits, but there are a few shallower moments.
Also Truly hilarious at times, and the stagecraft is peerless.
See it if A dreamboat of a show with a score full of instant standards.
Don't see it if I can’t imagine someone not loving this little sweetheart of a show.
See it if You want to hear a lush score, gloriously sung. If you’re a Millay fan. If you love to see the right show in the right space.
Don't see it if Slow at times, and probably a bit garbled if you don’t briefly acquaint yourself with the poet and her life.
See it if You’re up for a really solid new play that turned out uncomfortably relevant
Don't see it if You’ve suffered recent grief and don’t want to be reminded of it. Grief is tangible in this play.
See it if Masterful direction elevates what is already one of Broadway's greatest shows. Danny Burstein works it like that fiddler owes him money.
Don't see it if You are too attached to naturalism.
See it if You want to see the most talented cast on Broadway perform a powerful score, headed up by Heather Headley and magnificent Cynthia Erivo.
Don't see it if Poorly structured and more muddled by some poor direction will mar the experience for you, but you should deal with it for those voices.
See it if Some tender acting, but some terrible accents is enough for you.
Don't see it if An intriguing plot idea ruined by some truly boring and frequently out of period dialogue, set in England for no discernible reason
See it if You're looking for a little sweetheart of a show in a marathon, solo fairytale telling. A solid descendant of centuries of storytelling.
Don't see it if Audience eye contact freaks you out.
See it if You are looking to laugh for two hours straight
Don't see it if You expect better than two underwritten ladies amongst an enormous cast of men
See it if You loved math in high school.
Don't see it if you're close-minded about staging.
See it if you're an Anne fan who wants to see a lovely new interpretation that's not totally polished or thought through. Ali Ewoldt is enchanting
Don't see it if You're not a fan of a lovely simple little story.
See it if You’re looking for that glorious narrative with some truly delightful carol-singing
Don't see it if You’re looking for some inspired staging. The blocking and set bring down the piece and make it static and awkward.
See it if You’re looking for some human connection unlike any other. Emily Carding stares into your eyes and becomes Hamlet. It’s wild.
Don't see it if I know you want to hide and avoid audience participation but this is audience participation with the kindest touch. Put yourself out there.
See it if You want to melt into a heart-breaker of a show beautifully performed by a tight, energetic ensemble.
Don't see it if You can’t get past a lack of polished plot. This show lovingly meanders, a shame because it’s at its best when the plot clears up.
See it if You want to have an opinion on it. It’s a quality premise, and no it doesn’t always deliver but it’s also something you’re gonna want to see
Don't see it if You’re looking for funny. It’s not especially.
See it if You want to see some lovely people having a blast.
Don't see it if You're going to be chilly to the whole hilarious endeavour.
See it if You love a bit of tap and want to see Corbin Bleu give a marvellous turn in a truly thankless role.
Don't see it if Hopefully they fix this in previews but the idea for the actual 'Holiday Inn' doesn't happen till almost the end of act one. Bonkers.
See it if You're looking for a sweetheart of a show with a few moments of utter magic.
Don't see it if You're not going to sing along and wave your hands in the air and enjoy yourself.
See it if You like charming original songs delivered by a spirited company who haven't really worked out the transitions or a plot yet
Don't see it if You're looking for a solid, well-delivered plot or earnestness makes you roll your eyes.
See it if You're looking for a solid idea but don't mind imperfect execution. The actors keep saying things are 'too on the nose' and they're right.
Don't see it if Classics isn't your thing or preachy bothers you.