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See it if You like live music, are ok with a semi-professional production and don't need the Monster to be even remotely scary.
Don't see it if You have other options for the evening, get easily distracted, or can't sit still if the production isn't exactly riveting.
See it if You like a cast of talented actors with a story line and musical song numbers in between. The lead actor playing Frankenstein was great.
Don't see it if You like modernized twists on stories. And movement within the aisles of a play or stage
See it if you follow every Frankenstein story and want to see a bold musical based on this familiar classic.
Don't see it if you are looking for something of high quality that is meaningful, unique, entertaining or thought-provoking.
See it if You want to see a show with potential. Like experimental imstrumentation. Want to see the original story told.
Don't see it if You want perfection and are not into off-Broadway smaller productions.
See it if If you have too much free time and love wasting money. If you’re a fan of weird choreography go ahead. If you want to support small cast.
Don't see it if I couldn’t tell if the it was the bad acting or the awful dialogue that ruined the show for me. A highschool could do better.
See it if you must see everything. Frankenstein is usually one of my favorites. Not this show.
Don't see it if you expect a great show. I was grossly disappointed. Love Frankenstein but not this show.
See it if You are a family member of the college-age cast.
Don't see it if Poorly acted, poorly sung. These college graduates tried their best, but they shouldn't be charging for this poor quality production.
See it if enjoy interesting orchestrations on Percussion & Cello. The monster, Jonathan Bethea's performance is a standout.
Don't see it if heavy handed choreography bothers you. I had heard Benedict Cumberbatch did "Frankenstein" in London. This isn't the version!
See it if You want to see the story done in a new refreshing way. If you can leave preconceived ideas home. If you want to see a good story
Don't see it if You are a theatre snob, have preconceived ideas. If you think you've seen it all or are not a fan of musicals.
See it if you are interested in seeing a new musical based on the novel Frankenstein.
Don't see it if you believe theater should be shown rather than told--there was too much narration and not enough action. The music was often monotonous.
See it if You want to be entertained. See beautiful costumes, good writing and singing. You want to hear an interesting take on Frankenstein.
Don't see it if You do not have an open mind. Don't like singing. You don't want to be entertained
See it if You like supporting young actors who are trying hard. The music wasn't bad.
Don't see it if You can rent any version of this and stay home.
See it if You like a production that equivalent to a high school musical. You got a comp ticket or really really cheap.
Don't see it if You paid full price. You are looking for a show that is entertaning and fun
See it if you are into horror and intelligent, thoughtful plays. It is, hands down, one of the most thrilling shows I've ever seen on stage.
Don't see it if you are easily offended. It gets into some pretty deep topics, nudity, theological questions, and a horrific rape scene.
See it if you would enjoy a musical adaptation of the novel Frankenstein that is faithful to the book
Don't see it if you have no interest in the book
Also excellent staging, lighting and sound effects and authentic costumes
See it if You're familiar with the story and want to see a new take on it.
Don't see it if You're easily frightened or a stickler to the classic plot.