Jeremy Heere is your average, nothing-special teenager at Middleborough High in nothing-special New Jersey...until the day he finds out about 'The Squip.' A tiny supercomputer inside a pill. Swallow one and a personalized voice will tell you how to dress, how to speak, how to…become cool. Thus begins a journey that pits Jeremy's desire to be popular against his struggle to remain true to his authentic self.
See it if You want to see something new, fun and original. Young and fresh with a unique story and super talented actors/singers.
Don't see it if You expect...anything...this is pretty off the wall. Part love story, part sci-fi, part coming of age.
See it if It is fun, fun, fun. . Nothing deep but it relates to High School. life today and forever. Special talent by Salazar and Roland &Tam..
Don't see it if Always a full house. Noise may be too much for some "older" folks. Many parents hung out in the lobby Tickets are hard to get..
See it if Another musical about usual teenage insecurties but w/ a digital twist Often clever & sincere but nothing new to say Tons of energy & talent
Don't see it if Unfair comparisons to Evan Hansen will abound but it's just not as vocally complex or textured Very loud w/drowned out lyrics & lame choreo
See it if you enjoy discovering new musicals, fan of Joe Iconis, enjoy young casts, reliving high school days, outcasts becoming heroes, mix of music
Don't see it if don't like loud music or screaming teen audiences, shows about high school, sci-fi plots, or expecting to see a "Dear Evan Hansen"
See it if You love modern rock musicals with upbeat scores (one of the best in recent memory) and timeless messages about being true to yourself.
Don't see it if You don’t think you’d relate at all to a show about high schoolers.
See it if Contemporary musical of teen-age trappings and angst set to pop-rock beat w/ demonstrative fanbase. "Evan Hansen" adjacent.
Don't see it if Only hits stride when male leads hit the stage, until then...waiting. Once they exit...waiting. For 2.5 hrs. Waiting.
Also B'way bound and taking the cult with it.
See it if You enjoy a high-energy rock musical about a "magic pill" but things aren't what they seem. Fast paced, great songs, want the soundtrack!
Don't see it if You prefer a talky drama instead, or if you don't have earplugs (music super loud)
See it if you must see what all the kids are talking about, and you enjoy coming of age stories with a quirky bent.
Don't see it if you don't like sci-fi, rock music, or excited teens in the audience.
See it if you want to have fun, you're a teenager, you enjoy a talented cast, interested in sci fi & musical comedy, want tips on how to be popular.
Don't see it if you're looking for great, memorable music, a realistic premise, you don't want to relive high school & you don't like happy endings.
See it if you enjoy sci-fi stories and plots about young people, peer-pressure and growing-up.
Don't see it if if you prefer mature topics, are sensitive about drug abuse, or do not care for sci-fi themes.
See it if a high-energy brightly colored (costumes & scenery) show about teenage angst and popularity with a sort of sci-fi element; mostly sung
Don't see it if you don't like loud (the fellow next to me did not). The music can be loud especially in some of the ensemble numbers.
See it if You are a teen or felt like an outsider when you were one. The kids, especially the theatre kids I talked to in the audience loved it.
Don't see it if You are expecting something profound. It’s a high concept show that has I think has limited adult appeal. Just OK.
See it if a teen-set show that essentially feels like an homage to the 1980s, 1990s, and now—with futuristic spins and a bit of 1950s sci-fi—appeals.
Don't see it if expecting either serious OR light teen issues—content can be uncomfortably raunchy, dangerous (drugs/alcohol), and inappropriate for tweens.
See it if you liked the cast album and want an easy fluffy show. Think Dear Evan Hansen meets Little Shop meets Mean Girls meets Matrix.
Don't see it if you want an interesting plot. Basic high school drama set to fun and catchy tunes.
See it if are a teenager
Don't see it if felt it was a cross between Mean Girls and Dear Evan Hansen for the high-school set who have not been to theater before
See it if You like fresh new musicals that are also a little bit quirky. Want to see some fab performances by the whole cast.
Don't see it if You don't like teen coming of age stories or pop/rock musicals or shows with elements of science fiction.
See it if you want to have an enjoyable time watching a hard-working, talented cast -- even if your teenage years are long ago and far away.
Don't see it if you have no interest in teen-age angst and if loud, repetitive music annoys you.
See it if A fun time in the theater. Interesting concept well executed. Enjoyable score.Energetic cast.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in shows focusing on adolescent issues.
See it if you want a fun romp of a high school music with a cliched but accurate lens on the angst of adolescence; or to smile and laugh with teens.
Don't see it if you're over the age of 30, have a low tolerance for the ridiculous/absurd/deus ex machina, you've been listening too closely to the hype
See it if Iconis a future bright star on Broadway. Clever entertainment with important messages without being an after-school special. Broadway-bound
Don't see it if If you cannot get a ticket
See it if You like stories about high school and teenage life. Want to see some fine young performers having a great time.
Don't see it if Struggle with loud music and teen-oriented content.
See it if you want to see a Sci-Fi Musical with a very catchy soundtrack. The show is fun, but story is a but far fetched even for the sci-fi world.
Don't see it if you don't want something that really is for high school kids. It's a good show to see if you have saw some of the other classics first.
See it if "Dear Evan Hansen" and "Mean Girls" definitely came to mind, with the aforementioned 2 being better. It was "ok". I wasn't sure what to ex-
Don't see it if pect, but, with the hype of "sweeping-the-nation" or being "sold out", I guess I felt "honored" to partake, but, maybe because I'm in my mid
See it if you've never seen a story set in high school before or don't need a fresh perspective brought to a well-worn topic
Don't see it if you want surprise and aural variety in your musicals
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