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See it if You enjoy an “old Fashioned” musical. BETH Malone is a star. She navigates the whole show with ease and makes everything look effortless.
Don't see it if Not interested in the life and times of Molly Brown. This has alterations from the traditional 1960 version.
See it if You enjoy work that resides within the LGBTQ cannon.
Don't see it if You are not Interested in plot lines about homosexuality, concentration camps, or wish to bear witness to acts of violence/malice on stage.
See it if You enjoy strong ensemble work! Clever and transformative staging with just the use of chairs.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with the subject matter (9/11). It does not take place in NYC but it deals with that specific moment in history.
See it if You want pure joy! It’s the Christmas classic with a few new , “what if’s?” Swift and crisp staging move the story along.
Don't see it if You want the story untouched or you might not enjoy a stronger use of religious themes/music.
See it if You are a fan of A Christmas Carol. This hour long version has some wonderful original percussion music!
Don't see it if You would like a more dark interpretation of the traditional Dickensian tale.
See it if While it is no longer playing...this show is near and dear to my heart. There is majesty to both the recent rival and original companies.
Don't see it if this show can run a little on the long side.
See it if You love parody, and enjoy your favorite current musicals and theatre notables getting poked at.
Don't see it if You are not familiar with current broadway musical theatre. Much of what is derived and “funny” comes from knowing the original source.
See it if You are a fan of Drew Droge’s work. Snappy dialogue and solo performance work.
Don't see it if You are not Interested in solo work, or if you crave the other person on the other side of the conversation.
See it if you enjoy the comedy of Tina Fey and feel nostalgic to the movie.
Don't see it if you can handle songs that don't further the plot. Needs internal cutting, and they tried to pack so much into the show. Let it breathe.
See it if you want to see strong performances.
Don't see it if you are not interested in an adaptation of The Seagull by Chekov. Runs the line of knowing its source material and being "theatre centric."
See it if you are curious how to tell this story with only two actors
Don't see it if you find that the weight of the show really falls on one actor and she has little support from her cast member.
See it if You like a take on Greek mythology. Inventive staging and enjoy certain performers.
Don't see it if You are not into another adaptation of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. You want great spectacle or lots of razzmatazz.
See it if You are a fan of the work and style of Charles Busch. Camp humor that’s draws upon the pre 1930’s code cinema.
Don't see it if You are looking for drama. Although the the title character suffers loss it is enveloped with tongue and cheek.
See it if You are a fan of the movie. They try to pack as much in from the film as possible.
Don't see it if You are not ok with them altering the film. They transition some moments differently and have changed the trajectory of the story.
See it if You enjoy some slight of hand and misdirection. He is a wonderful showman !
Don't see it if You are going to spend the entire night thinking, “How did he do that?” Embrace the magic!
See it if You want holiday cheer, Jokes and doodle-dos. Classic holiday movies are the topics for the evening.
Don't see it if You dislike audience participation or if you are not familiar with nostalgic holidays movies.
See it if You are a fan of MLP. She delivers a well crafted performance as does Will Hochman. Pace moves nicely and story does not drag.
Don't see it if This deals with some darker subject matter. Trying not to give to much away...on the surface...life/death. Simple staging. Driven by text.
See it if You are a big fan of David Bowie’s music. Sven Ratzke interprets the music with great heart and dedication.
Don't see it if I did feel that the show could have forgone the rather long Intermission and been wrapped up in 90 minutes.