See it if you're interested in the different struggles of queer characters (modern day high school kids and older character as well)
Don't see it if you dislike queer relationships
See it if you enjoy plays that deal with conflict regarding LGBT-opposed individuals and interpersonal relationships
Don't see it if You need a high energy show.
See it if You enjoy 90-minutes of humor about relatable life situations
Don't see it if You dislike humor or need something super eye-catchy
See it if You enjoy excellent staging, singing, acting, and dancing. It's a great island feel. The story touches your heart unlike anything else.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy folktales. You're racist. You have a severe goat allergy.
See it if You want a fully engaging story that makes you laugh, cry, gasp, and experience a whole range of emotions. Masterfully done show.
Don't see it if You're a very small child or you can't be in a theatre for an extended amount of time. Everyone else should see it.
See it if You enjoy theater that absorbs you. As well as if you enjoy the church/state argument. Condola Rashad is reason enough really
Don't see it if You dislike the discussion of politics and religion
See it if You're familiar with Buffett or enjoy easy-listening songs. Sweet romantic story with some light humor.
Don't see it if You need a high energy show or you dislike Buffett's music
See it if You're interested in a quirky musical comedy told in the form of a science lesson with 3 drinks made live.
Don't see it if You dislike alcohol, don't drink, dislike small theaters, don't like somewhat interactive shows.
See it if you want to be entertained by a heart-warming and true story. You love fabulously talented drag queens and amazing singing and acting.
Don't see it if You're bigoted and close-minded.
See it if You'd like to see a romantic story with heartbreak and excellent singing, staging, and choreography.
Don't see it if You dislike political and/or military backdrops. Also don't see it if loud noises and flashing lights are a trigger.
See it if You want to see women talking about becoming empowered and fighting for their right to vote, etc.
Don't see it if You dislike seeing a lesbian relationship and empowered women
See it if You enjoy seasoned actors portraying characters who are relatable and relationships that you recognize in your own life.
Don't see it if You need a high-energy play and do not enjoy powerful, emotional scenes.
See it if You enjoy larger-than-life productions and acrobatics. See this if you want to watch a Cirque.
Don't see it if A cliché love story annoys you and you need something major high-energy. Also don't see it if you need the full broadway-experience.
See it if You're a fan of the Four Seasons and like Jersey stereotypes.
Don't see it if You don't like Jersey stereotypes and guy singing falsetto annoys you.
See it if You love great singing and acting and want to watch a funny story that will touch your heart.
Don't see it if You hate Sara Bareilles.
See it if You're a Kelli O'Hara/Will Chase fan. You enjoy talented singers and dancers, Shakespeare, a play within a play.
Don't see it if You're over 5'3" unless you have an aisle seat. Your knees will kill you by the end of the show.
See it if You're inerested in the inner-workings of relationships, specifically gay relationships. As well as a study on the basis of marriage.
Don't see it if You dislike gay storylines or need a high energy show,
See it if You enjoy a dramatic story with great comedic moments. The boys have a great acapella arrangement. The songs are interspersed pretty well.
Don't see it if You have issues with a gay-lead story. Some moments of violence
See it if You enjoy dark humor, engaging storylines, and excellent staging. There isn't anyone in the cast who didn't pull their weight with this one.
Don't see it if Homosexual storylines upset you or you can't deal with a show that's 7 hours long
See it if You're familiar with The Importance of being Ernest and plays similar to it.
Don't see it if You need a high-energy, mindless show. This show requires your attention and has a slow start.
See it if You like Spongebob, family-friendly comedy, and/or enjoy optimistic heros.
Don't see it if You dislike Spongebob or need the show to be raunchy.
See it if You enjoy orchestration.
Don't see it if You need a high-energy show and dislike people speaking in other languages (than English) or with an accent.
See it if You enjoy good singing, there's that. Candice Glover is the highlight, she definitely better than this.
Don't see it if You want a nice story with your holiday concert.
See it if You want to laugh for an hour and a half straight (with a few heartwarming moments here and there too) because of a hilarious mother/son duo
Don't see it if You dislike indian culture and possible accents
See it if You like witty comedy with dark themes at times. Lots of sarcasm and jabs at theatre-folk, which was a nice change. Many surprising twists.
Don't see it if Gay themes and/or nudity offends you.
See it if You enjoy seeing stories of people struggling to get by, while still trying to keep a positive attitude about life
Don't see it if You don't like puppets and dirty jokes
See it if You want to see various dynamics between people and how misconceptions and lack of communication can lead to conflict.
Don't see it if You have an issue with accents.
See it if You're interested in a realistic portrayal if what it means to be a woman, especially an older woman, and succeeding career- and home-wise.
Don't see it if You don't care about women or learning about everything women have to put up with. You don't enjoy quick-witted humor and crass language.
See it if You're interesting in seeing some interesting lifts, bollywood music, a unique spin on the traditional love-triangle of Devdas-Paro-Chanda
Don't see it if You expect broadway-esque theater. It's not quite there yet, but there's potential for growth.
See it if You can appreciate talented dancing and would like a show you don't have to think about.
Don't see it if You're looking for something thought-provoking or need something very high-energy.
See it if You're a Lion King fan and love well done costumes and makeup.
Don't see it if You don't care for a theatre full of children making all kinds of noise.
See it if You enjoy witty dialogue and like visually appealing stages and costumes. Bonus if you know the show and songs.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy family friendly material.