See it if you'd like to learn more about a poet and writer often not in the forefront of literary history, yet deserves to be.
Don't see it if You're looking for an in-depth biographical play or if you're in the mood for an energetic musical.
See it if you are ready to take full advantage of this immersive show. You get out what you put into this experience, so explore all the rooms!
Don't see it if you're expecting to sit back and relax or if you're with people are aren't going to take it seriously and enjoy the show.
See it if you want a show with a lot of tension and a bit of mystery.
Don't see it if you want to feel connected to characters that have a dark side. I was expecting to really see some deep character analysis; I didn't.
See it if you love beautiful things! Don't go into this confused by the Deaf West production; it enhances the story.
Don't see it if ...everyone should see this or at least experience a production by Deaf West.
See it if you want to be dazzled by Broadway, you love the soundtrack, you want to look at the Wizard of Oz in a whole new way.
Don't see it if it is your first time seeing the show and your seats are way off to the side - totally ruins the view. Otherwise, perfect.
See it if You enjoy intimate shows with only two characters where you can really dive into the scene and get very familiar with them.
Don't see it if You're looking for a fun, lighthearted show or shows with a lot of action-packed drama.
See it if you want a visually-entertaining and thought-provoking hour-and-a-half that challenges you to think about how religion really effects humans
Don't see it if ...no reason not to see this!
See it if you're looking for light, simple entertainment that just touches on the themes included in the summary of the show.
Don't see it if you're craving a deep dive into race relations or jazz music as the story promised to be.
See it if you remember the Clinton administration and just want to see a lighthearted, but hilarious trip through the 90's.
Don't see it if you're going to pick apart the details. I think you should see it no matter what your political affiliation.
See it if you want to feel like you are back in time seeing a play or are obsessed with A Doll's House and want to know more about Nora.
Don't see it if you are expecting a stimulating performance.
See it if you enjoy history coming to life and like seeing important topics come to life on stage.
Don't see it if you're looking for a good-'ol-time kind of musical.
See it if you love Pascal, Butler, Rudetsky, & 70's music. The show is self-aware that it's just a silly time; knowing that going in helps!
Don't see it if you hate 70's music, cheesy fun, or if you're looking for a thought-provoking show.
See it if you like South Park humor but set on the Broadway stage, you want to laugh A LOT while still absorbing an important look on human nature.
Don't see it if you were expecting a more serious look into the history of mormonism - wait, no then you should see this.
See it if you read the book - not needed, but it definitely helps since the play moves quickly. You want to see forward-thinking staging.
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason not to. The 1st act dragged a bit, but there was so much clever imagery and the beautiful ending made up for it.