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See it if you like good acting; you want a show you can talk about afterwards;
Don't see it if children holding forth on stage is not your thing; you are looking for light entertainment;
See it if you liked the movie; you just want to have fun; you like Samantha Barks in Les Miz and want to see what else she can do.
Don't see it if You want a musical with a memorable score; you think Julia Roberts is the ultimate "Vivian"
See it if you liked Mean Girls; you want to see a very talented ensemble cast perform; you want to have fun; you want to take a teen to a show.
Don't see it if you don't like rock scores; you don't like loud shows; you have no interest in youth oriented theatre.
See it if you like good acting, you like to puzzle things out, you are a fan of writer, Tracy Letts.
Don't see it if you are looking for light entertainment or "typical" broadway fare.
See it if you are a Rodgers &Hammerstein fan; you enjoy classic musicals; you want to hear some great voices; you love Renee Fleming
Don't see it if you are looking for something edgy and ground-breaking; you don't like choreography heavy shows.
See it if you are looking for something a bit different; you like shows on a smaller scale; you like shows that speak on more than one level.
Don't see it if you want to leave humming the score; you are seeking big, splashy entertainment; you prefer traditional musicals.
See it if You are a fan of the movie; you like good dancing; you want to have a good time.
Don't see it if You don’t like loud shows (oh my it was loud); you think the movie was dumb; you like your theatre on the deeper side.
See it if you want to have a fun time at the theatre; you want to see Billy Porter in his award winning performance (don't know for how much longer)
Don't see it if you are not a fan of drag; you don't like/have trouble with British accents
See it if even if you didn't see "A Doll's House;" you like good writing/acting; even though Laurie Metcalf is no longer the lead (Julie White rocks)
Don't see it if you don't care what happened to Nora; you like more spectacle than words;
See it if you like a show that hones in on modern friendships and interpersonal issues; enjoy good writing; you are a millennial
Don't see it if you are not open-minded about modern relationships
See it if you like shows that explore deep topics; you like non-traditional musicals; you like shows that tap into "now."
Don't see it if you want to leave a show humming the tunes; you feel that topics like suicide are better left unspoken
See it if You love Sutton Foster, who is amazing in it; want to hear some good Cy Coleman songs; enjoy a classic book musical; want to be entertained
Don't see it if You can't get Gwen Verdon out of your head; you prefer your theatre to be a bit edgier/trendier;
See it if 1.you are a fan of the movie 2. you want to get into the holiday spirit 3. you are a fan of Bryce Pinkham
Don't see it if 1. you are looking for thought provoking theatre 2. you are a bit of a scrooge about the holidays 3.Didn't like the film
See it if you like "show biz" musicals with inside jokes and asides; or if you enjoy seeing talented young ones who may go on to bigger things.
Don't see it if you think a mash-up of All About Eve and The Bad Seed sounds like a really dumb idea.
See it if You want a magical theatre experience
Don't see it if you have difficulty with accents. It takes some getting used to the accents in this show.
See it if You've never seen it before or if you've seen it a dozen times. It will bring tears to your eyes.
Don't see it if You think Rodgers and Hammerstein shows are dated. Oh wait, this could change your mind.
See it if You liked the Wizard of Oz and if you want a family friendly show
Don't see it if You want to miss out on one of theatre's most successful musicals.
See it if you like a play that makes you think; you like plays that you can relate to the world today; you want to be challenged.
Don't see it if You are seeking flashy entertainment; you don't want to be challenged and moved by your theatre choices.
See it if you like Santino Fontana (he's a super talent); you liked the movie; you are looking for a light, fun experience.
Don't see it if you are seeking deep theatre; you thought the movie was silly; you can't suspend your disbelief and accept the premise.
See it if you liked the movie; you are a fan of Dove Cameron; you enjoy watching a youthful, energetic show; the "Kids in America" finale.
Don't see it if you thought the movie was just plain silly; you think no one can replace Alicia Silverstone; you're not going to the theatre to have fun.
See it if you like strong ensemble work; you like shows about New York; you like sung-through ; you want to catch young talent on the way up.
Don't see it if you are looking for something profound to ponder over dinner; you have a hard time suspending disbelief; you like big,splashy musicals
See it if You want to hear a very special score; You want to see two very fine performers; You want to see a simple version of a classic Broadway show
Don't see it if You want flash; You don't want to see how a problematic book has been adapted and staged in a very successful way.
See it if you're an Ackbourn fan; you like a British take on things; you like great acting; you are an acting student looking for a "master class"
Don't see it if you like theatre to be straightforward, being one step ahead of the playwright; British style/humor is not your thing.
See it if you are a fan of the movie, you enjoy a fun show with talented kids, you've seen everything else, you just want to sit back & be entertained
Don't see it if you don't want to watch a bunch of kids be cute, you are not good at suspending your disbelief
See it if like to laugh; appreciate great comic timing and acting; want a show the whole family can enjoy
Don't see it if physical humor is not your thing; you are looking for something deep or thought-provoking
See it if you are looking for a show to which to take your great aunt Martha; you want a trip down memory lane or you're unfamiliar with Prince's work
Don't see it if you want cutting edge theatre; you want to learn more about Hal Prince; you are a theatre buff (because you will have seen all this before)
See it if you are a fan of Elizabeth McGovern; you enjoy great acting; if you like plays that give you something to think about.
Don't see it if you are solely seeking entertainment; you don't like period pieces;
See it if you have a penchant for new plays/playwrights; enjoy a show with heart and soul.
Don't see it if you have a hard time with accents (the main character is heavily accented); you prefer shows with lots of glitz and glamour.
See it if you like theatre that reflects a piece of our country; you like theatre that makes you think; you like good writing and acting
Don't see it if you prefer light entertainment;
See it if You like Patti and Christine, they don't disappoint; you are interested in a bit of history about two cosmetics legends; great costumes.
Don't see it if you like musicals with a strong book/score; you don't care for Patti or Christine; you have a limited budget (see something else).
See it if you like energetic shows; you like shows based on historical events; you want to feel good about people
Don't see it if you think 9/11 is still too raw to be entertainment; you don't like shows where a few people play a lot of different roles
See it if are looking for a unique theatre experience; enjoy creative staging, are a fan of Josh Groban (who does a wonderful job as Pierre).
Don't see it if you like your theatre experience on the traditional side; you think sung-through shows belong at the Met and not on Broadway.
See it if you are a fan of Rent; enjoy a talented, energetic cast; are curious about this early work of a talented artist.
Don't see it if you want spectacle; if you are looking for a highly polished theatre piece; or if you prefer traditional musicals.
See it if You enjoy seeing future Broadway stars in their early days; you want a chance to see a rarely revived musical with a lovely score
Don't see it if you need 'names" for your theatre experience; you prefer more modern musical theatre to a classic book musical
See it if You saw the movie and are curious about its transition to the stage; are a fan of Sarah Bareilles or Jessie Mueller; want to be entertained.
Don't see it if you are looking for thought-provoking, stimulating theatre.