See it if You are familiar with A Doll's House By Henrik Ibsen. (An advantage but not a pre-requisite). You like Laurie Metcalf.
Don't see it if You want to see a period piece. You are offended by harsh language. You want something fluffy with an intermission.
See it if You are open-minded about religious humor and vulgarity. I guffawed. Humor is crude at times but there's an underlying intelligence to it.
Don't see it if You are not open to religion as a humorous subject. You're opposed to vulgar language - f-bombs fly!
See it if You like quirky, edgy, contemporary musicals. Very strong, character-driven script. Strong acting & singing.
Don't see it if You're in the mood for Classic Musicals, Family Oriented Shows, or a Memorable, hummable score.
See it if Interested in Gay relationships, both friends & lovers, and historic progress of gay men in America, before and after Stonewall.
Don't see it if Gay male relationships and the intimacy of friends and lovers is not compelling subject matter.
See it if You like big splashy musicals. Story is clever and gives a 180 spin on who and what is Wicked in Oz.
Don't see it if You want something relevant with meaning, to discuss afterwards. This ain't rocket science.l
See it if There's a nostalgic spot in your heart to re-visit or if you've never seen it and enjoy light, fantasy musical theatre.
Don't see it if You thrive on a plot-driven storyline or anything with more depth than light musical entertainment.