See it if You'd enjoy a surprisingly meta show that asks whether art should entertain or make you feel... while failing spectacularly at both.
Don't see it if You don't have the patience for jesters and existential debates about the nature of art.
"The show harshly condemns pandering while it panders away, as it borrows melodies from shows by Sondheim, Schwartz and Kander & Ebb (the show in fact feels like Shakespeare meets 'Pippin,' meets 'Into the Woods'), artists whose works have very often dissected the nature of art, but who have always delivered their theories artfully."
"'Foolerie: A Shakespearean Musical Comedy,' is a tale of too many ideas...Clarity? Who needs it! 'Foolerie' prides itself on the comedy aspect of the world but to be a comedy, you gotta be funny...To say the plot was lacking is an understatement. It's a bad sign when the characters reference the lack of plot and confusion."