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See it if you to witness great acting and a very relevant story come to life on stage that will get you thinking.
Don't see it if stories about race relations offends you.
See it if you want to see a funny, intelligent and at times sad story of the best of humanity.
Don't see it if you get confused about multiple character changes among actors or if 9/11 stories are too emotional for you.
See it if want to witness a classic brought back to life. The actors were on point, singing, dancing and making you laugh.
Don't see it if sing and dance is not your thing. There are quite a few numbers.
See it if you enjoy slapstick humor. It's an entertaining cast with some legitimately funny moments.
Don't see it if you dislike slapstick humor with predictable jokes.
See it if you want to experience an enjoyable show where almost anyone can identify with and enjoy its many themes wrapped in nice musical numbers.
Don't see it if dislike rock/punk music, if themes of love, homosexuality are not of your interests.
See it if you want to see some amazing acting packaged in an absorbing story.
Don't see it if you like bright, colorful or funny plays. This can be dry but stick with it, it'll give you much to think about in the end.
See it if you love big, colorful set pieces, exquisite singing and an epic story highlighted with well-choreographed dance numbers.
Don't see it if you don't like any other Rodgers and Hammerstein's shows or big colorful epics.
See it if you like edgy new musicals that bend the expectations of what can and cannot be Broadway.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of blood or if you're not a fan of electronic music.
See it if love historical epics that intertwines personal stories with that of larger themes of humanity.
Don't see it if don't enjoy catchy musical numbers. You'll definitely go home and listen to the soundtrack.
See it if you absolutely love Chekov and want to see yet another adaptation of this classic.
Don't see it if want to avoid bland staging, questionable acting choices, flavorless direction and dry storytelling.
See it if you like a great singing and a grand old time. The actors here seem like they are having fun performing and you will have fun watching them.
Don't see it if you're not fond of romantic storylines. Don't get me wrong, the romance does not overwhelm the story, but it is a big part of the show.
See it if you're looking to laugh out loud and have an all around good time at the theater.
Don't see it if if hate quirky jokes, fast-paced dialogue and bright happy colors.
See it if you're ok with feeling intense and exhausted yet fulfilled and entertained.
Don't see it if you don't like loud noises, continuous flashing lights or blood.
See it if you want to see an amazing ensemble perform a small, yet riveting play.
Don't see it if you get confused by slight Irish accents or dislike plays about family dynamics.
See it if you want to see the talents of Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl overflow into the audience and lather you with awe.
Don't see it if stories of homophobia or the gay lifestyle offends you. Don't it dislike moments of solo acting or talking to thin air.
See it if you want to witness Jim Parsons blow you away. This is a gripping and entertaining play that will hold you for two hours and won't let go.
Don't see it if homosexuality offends you. Don't see if you are unwilling to open your mind and see that this story transcends sexual orientation.
See it if you want to see a funny take on aging and the challenges of life. The three actresses make this show.
Don't see it if you dislike shows that takes a serious and thought-provoking topic and makes it into a funny and entertaining ride.
See it if love old-style Broadway shows with clever dance and singing numbers and constantly changing and moving set-pieces.
Don't see it if quirky happy-go-lucky love stories are not your thing.
See it if you want to see two amazing actors give a gripping performance on a controversial subject.
Don't see it if you like happy, fun or colorful shows. This is not that. It is very gloom and dark with intense moments of acting.
See it if you want to laugh-out-loud and attuned to contemporary ideas and political themes.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of contemporary and politically relevant jokes.
See it if you love simple, yet captivating storytelling with likable chracters packaged with some decent acting.
Don't see it if you can't stand to hear about the failures of another person, particularly their love-life.
See it if you want to see some fun signing and choreography in a simple yet enjoyable show.
Don't see it if you're looking for an epic or you're a foreigner. There are a lot of inside jokes that only New Yorkers will get.
See it if you want to check off the longest running show on Broadway box. Don't get me wrong. It's epic with amazing staging and signing.
Don't see it if You like bright colorful or joyful musicals.
See it if you want to experience what theater can be. This is a must-see for any theater goer.
Don't see it if if you absolutely do not like or can't understand rap/hip-hop. However, the songs are so well done anyone will enjoy the music.