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See it if You love Cherry, Daniel, or Bobby. You are ok with seeing a mediocre new play that beats to death the idea of whether truth is merely facts
Don't see it if You want to see something that is truly affecting, fresh, eventful and pushes it’s actors to and beyond their potential
See it if You are open to a kinky, fun and fabulous experience. The energy is electric and the talent is exquisite.
Don't see it if You don’t like the idea of a freeform dance show that is sexy and edgy.
See it if you want to see an all star cast sit around and nag and bitch at each other for nearly two hours.
Don't see it if You want to see a play that feels like it deals with epic and important issues in the lgbtq communy
See it if You like downtown theater focusing on autobiographical storylines and great live music in a cool space.
Don't see it if You want something like a classic musical or don’t want to feel passionate intimate performances by great artists
See it if You want to see great performances by Michael and Mercedes. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry being transported back to a time we’ve luckily outgrown
Don't see it if You don’t want to be emotionally affected by a call to the not so distant past
See it if You want to see great performances that shed light on some of the big questions of growing older and and looking back on a life well lived
Don't see it if You want a flashy musical or don’t like to ask yourself the big questions!
See it if You want to have a great time with a show filled with spectacle, heart and major creativity.
Don't see it if You hated spongebob the tv show.
See it if You want to see something fresh and new and you like simple storytelling
Don't see it if You want something riveting, compelling or spectacular. There are great truthful moments but it didn’t all come together for me.
See it if You are open to critiques of the current political landscape and want a beautiful night at the theater in Central Park.
Don't see it if You are at all Republican or don't want to have a night that involves current politics.
See it if You want to witness a wonderfully special performance by Ben Platt and you like contemporary musical theater (i.e. Next to Normal, etc)
Don't see it if You want a big broadway production with dancing but I do think the singing and music are spectacular.
See it if you are going through that life moment of losing your friends to their beaus and if you sympathize with people who whine about being alone
Don't see it if You want to see something that's deals with bigger problems than sending or not sending an email to a boy.
See it if You want to see a show that unfortunately has been running far too long and lost its luster. And in an attempt to glow brighter casts...
Don't see it if Underwhelming past their prime celebrities that do nothing but cheese and sell tickets to tourists who don't know any better.
See it if You love Patti or Christine or both!
Don't see it if You want a show that truly lives up to its potential. It's fluffy and a star vehicle for both leads.
See it if You want to see half of something. It's half a broadway musical and half a Cirque show.
Don't see it if You want something that feels full. I recommend just seeing a Broadway musical or a Cirque show. Not this hybrid of the two.
See it if You are into new contemporized interpretations of history. Have an open mind. Or, if you love Dave Malloy/Natasha, Pierre
Don't see it if You want to see anything resembling a classic broadway musical or if you didn't like Natasha Pierre.
See it if You love Natasha, Pierre, the downtown musical theater scene, or just want to see something new, innovative and otherworldly.
Don't see it if You want classic musical theater or a story that is character and plot driven as opposed to creatively and stylistically driven.
See it if You want to see something refreshing and romantic with a lot of heart and a folk twang
Don't see it if You don't like folk music or have no heart. Could be seen as a bit cliched but it is refreshing and transporting in my opinion.
See it if You like Jesse Tyler Fergusen, stand-up comedy, or have worked in restaurants at any point in your life.
Don't see it if You want to see more than one actor onstage. Although he plays so many differentiated roles, you won't miss the other actors.
See it if You want to see hot bodies on a stage.
Don't see it if You don't like house music. Or, You want to see a story with characters that you care about. Just felt a mixture of boredom and indifference
See it if You want a heart wrenching family drama that explores Alzheimer’s, getting old, being alive and the humanness of it all
Don't see it if You recently had a parent/grandparent pass of Alzheimer’s (or anything really). Or you want something upbeat and flashy.
See it if You want to hear this beautiful classic score sung beautifully with new and innovative choreography.
Don't see it if You want to see something new and fresh. This is classic Rodgers and Hammerstein all the way
See it if You want to see a production that takes great source material that could be even more magical on stage and butchers it
Don't see it if You want to see something creative or entertaining. It was made to sell merchandise.
See it if You want to see a brilliant, epic, and important piece of theater history performed and staged beautifully.
Don't see it if You don’t think you can handle 7.5 hours of theater. But, you can split up the parts. And, either way, I guarantee, it is worth it!
See it if You love jimmy buffet music and don’t mind just taking your theater critic hat off and having a kind of stupid but slightly enjoyable time
Don't see it if You want something new, innovative, we’ll-written or that allows the performers to use their full abilities. It’s fluff. Just know that.
See it if You love Sweeney and want a more intimate experience. Ps. Have Norm Lewis and Carolee Carmello belting Sondheim 2 feet away is pretty cool
Don't see it if You have high expectations. It's and amazing show and it felt a little community theater to me. Concept is amazing. Execution, not so much.
See it if You love dance onstage. You don't mind that the dancing is being done by "cats."
Don't see it if You want to take anything away but the incredible dancing. Don't know why this show ever became as popular as it is.
See it if You don't mind facing some of humanities big yet un-asked questions. It's light and funny and then at the same time very profound
Don't see it if You aren't willing to delve into an at times abstract look inward at the contradictions of modern day relationships and sexuality.
See it if You are open to a new bare bones yet fully emotionally realized interpretation. Love Sally Field but the shoe was much more than just her
Don't see it if You want to see what you expect from a Tennessee Williams play. I challenge you to see this production though. It is beautifully human.
See it if You have patience for musicals that don't develop characters and are all-around not very good.
Don't see it if You love the movie and want something that improves upon it.
See it if You want something different and new. Something with great energy and performances. It goes from electric to poignant and back in minutes!
Don't see it if You want something that you have seen before. A classic broadway musical. Or if you don't like audience interaction.
See it if You love Audra, tap or want some theater history.
Don't see it if You want something fresh. The talent is there but the material is below them. It felt like a docu-musical. Could have been executed better
See it if You love Frank Langella because he is the only redeeming and wonderful part of the show.
Don't see it if You want to see a wonderfully written show with great acting. Frank is the best part.
See it if You loved full house and have a gross sense of humor or for some reason love Perez Hilton.
Don't see it if You want to have a night worth while. There are much much better things to see in the city