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See it if You love Sondheim's work & you like the company members. It was the best I've seen Steven Pasquale. He looked fully invested for a change.
Don't see it if You want a knee-slapping fun musical. It is dark and serious - but has a lot to say.
See it if You want to see all musicals even if they are not that good.
Don't see it if You are expecting something relevant or revealing about the characters.
See it if You like a Musical Comedy to deliver everything it should: Good Songs; Terrific Performances; Silly Fun and Lots of Heart. Best in Years.
Don't see it if You prefer more dramatic musicals. This tells a poignant story - but in a fun way.
See it if You love theatre music created by a master and also amazing dancing. And if you adore Phillip Attmore - the consummate Bway dancer.
Don't see it if You want a Woke musical. This is just comforting vintage music danced to perfection.
See it if for the performances of La Chanze and Chuck Cooper.
Don't see it if you want a well-written play that compels throughout. Only last 20 minutes does that.
See it if you like comedies but also people waxing eloquent about food and creating new recipes.
Don't see it if a workplace made toxic by the boss would bother you.
See it if you just love the music and can't wait to see another production as it has been a long time.
Don't see it if you would mind the new "wokeness" of the couples and have to watch in such a small space that isn't used to best advantage.
See it if you enjoy new plays based on famous older stories. The supporting actors do a great job of playing many roles.
Don't see it if tongue-in-cheek comedy is not for you.
See it if musicals of any type make you happy.
Don't see it if you are expecting a more cohesive "show." It seemed more like a concert.
See it if great acting excites you and carries you into the story which is a tad bit long. Especially the third act which truly doesn't go anywhere.
Don't see it if a play told by story telling is not your cup of tea or if 3 1/2 hours is too long for you to sit and absorb the story.
See it if you want an incredible production w/amazing voices. So many great performances: Sharon Clarke; Tamika Lawrence; N'Kenge & Kevin McCallister.
Don't see it if you prefer fluffier musicals. This one is very serous and even though written years ago - speaks to the present day - in a subtle manner.
See it if an evening of fun is what you want and need. Not only fun but good music, sets, costumes and incredible voices. Especially Anna Uzele.
Don't see it if disco music does not appeal.
See it if You are curious about new musicals and you love the singing of Bryonha Marie Parham.
Don't see it if You lose patience for stories that go astray.
See it if You like to think about what you are seeing as you are watching.
Don't see it if Monologs, even if developed more fully, are not your style.
See it if you are dying to get back into the theater after all this time.
Don't see it if a show where two actors deliver monologues that don't connect won't appeal. We understand their relationship, but ultimately we didn't care.