See it if you're a fan of John Leguizamo's stand up, you want an entertaining crash course in Latin History, or you're a fan of one-man shows.
Don't see it if you're not here for the 'equal opportunity offenders' comedy style, or you don't care about history or Lequizamo's unending energy.
See it if you want a whirlwind experience combining Shakespeare and Hitchcock in the best way possible.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy immersive theatre, crowds, or choosing your own adventure.
See it if you want to see the Chandelier Moment in person, actually enjoy the music, or can't find tickets to anything else.
Don't see it if you have the opportunity to see almost any other show, or are also already tired of the music.
See it if you enjoy hip-hop, history, amazing actors and singers, or all of the above smashed together into 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Don't see it if you're not looking to have your heart broken into two over a founding father.
See it if you're looking for a nice mixture of hopeful ambition and crushing realities, you're a fan of Phillipa Soo's amazing pipes, or the French
Don't see it if you're too dedicated to the movie, you don't enjoy shows that verge far from reality, or you're not here for clever adaptations
See it if you want to see a cleverly constructed play with an artfully written script.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a show at the expense of a fictional dog.
See it if you have any opinion on gun restriction, religion, or politics. Or if you're looking for a piece of thoughtful, moving theatre.
Don't see it if you aren't ready to be shaken to your core and maybe shed a tear or two.
See it if you like War & Peace, musicals that verge from the typical musical sound and structure, or incredibly intricate stories and characters.
Don't see it if you're a stickler for classic musicals and hate electro-pop operas, or get very confused easily with a lot of characters.
See it if you love fairy tales, redemption stories, and beautiful music.
Don't see it if you have a life long resentment against the Wicked Witch or the Wizard of Oz.
See it if you're looking for queer representation without the typical 'queer struggle' or you find yourself always being the 'single friend'.
Don't see it if you're not looking for an existential crisis in the middle of Times Square after absorbing some spectacular art.