See it if you're well-versed in the difficulties of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Don't see it if you don't have an interest in queer-focused theatre or depressing topics.
See it if you can allow yourself to emotionally delve into the period of the show and what the history of it means.
Don't see it if you expect a repeat of the original production or a non-period piece.
See it if you can appreciate two different plays that comment on similar topics.
Don't see it if you have strong opinions on Israel v. Palestine or don't like meta-theatrical plays.
See it if you love the music and want to have a fun, good time.
Don't see it if you want a well-constructed book musical or even a well-constructed jukebox musical.
See it if you love a good no-logic romantic comedy with some pleasant music.
Don't see it if you're expecting a really well-executed plot, well-developed characters, or a cohesive directive style.
See it if you appreciate a new envisioning of a show that has been done every which way.
Don't see it if you are a Shakespeare "purist" expecting a production that follows exactly the script as it was originally written in the original period.
See it if you understand the importance of sharing stories of this manner in this day and age.
Don't see it if you expect masterful writing or direction, or if you dislike child actors.
See it if you enjoy admitting that life isn't always a walk in the park. Or if you like talking about grown-up problems in a child-like manner.
Don't see it if you don't like puppets or letting loose a little bit.
See it if you love musicals that strive to capture very difficult and complex emotions perfectly.
Don't see it if you're homophobic or unwilling to understand the complexities of sexuality.