See it if You abhorred the novel and wouldn't mind a dumbed down version for the general masses.
Don't see it if You loved the novel and found this adaptation to be poor fanfiction in its own right.
See it if See it for the Genie only. No matter what actor plays him, he breaths life into an otherwise dull show. (For the record, I saw Iglehart).
Don't see it if You found the Disney theme park musical version a more tolerable adaptation (I saw two versions).
See it if You love RENT. See it if you don't love RENT (moi).
Don't see it if Can't think of any reason not to see this. I relate to the show's mere 12 songs more than any of RENT'S 40-something songs, minus voice mail
See it if You must really be interested in the history of the cosmetics industry to enjoy this show. My mother who went to beauty school would love it
Don't see it if Make-up and beauty products isn't your war paint.
See it if You appreciate human stories set against a political backdrop, revolutionary new takes on classic literature, and colour blind casting.
Don't see it if You hate fun. You despise electro-pop operas. Or the title's too long. And Andrey isn't here.
See it if You love singing garden gnomes, talking goldfish, darkly humorous suicidal tourists, a grocer who plays with fruit, and of course, Pippa.
Don't see it if You can't hold your pee for 1 hour and 50 min. There's no intermission. Or if you still have no clue what Zeno's Paradox even is.
See it if You love SpongeBob with a passion. See it if you hate SpongeBob with a passion. See it if you've never watched SpongeBob but love theatre.
Don't see it if You can't relate to a sponge. Because it's not Hamilton.
See it if You love quirky shows about magical beavers. Also, you’ve really got to give it to the cast performing the same day eight shows a week.
Don't see it if You have nothing against small towns, per say, but you abhor groundhog day.
See it if You love folk opera or Greek mythology (raises hand). Look out for its eventual Broadway transfer.
Don't see it if Can't think of any reason. This is one of the rare few musicals where you must run to the venue, don't walk.
See it if You're relieved to discover an original musical not adapted from a film, T.V. show, comic book, or old literature. Also, Ben Platt.
Don't see it if You're not fond of high school musicals and all their clichés. The score is also nice, but a little generic and nothing new.
See it if You want free coffee and donuts. Also, actual members of the CIA talked to us after the show at the performance I attended. Very educational
Don't see it if You blame yourself for starting the Iraq war. Just so ya'll know, I was the one who mixed up the words credible and reliable. You're welcome
See it if Gorgeous score. Innovative theatre. May create a new genre of A Capella musicals. The show's premise is creative, fresh, and intelligent.
Don't see it if The story may not be entirely original, and each character's story ties up predictably, but the staging and music makes up for it.