See it if Original 2-hr (w/ break} musical. Romantic gods bring boy/girl together and their neuroses, shadowed in human form, hope to tear them apart.
Don't see it if Ethnic cultural stereotyping. One-sided bias of romance. Doubtful that the other sex had any say whatever in this production. Limited set.
See it if Clever interpretation of neurosis as sidekicks! Double casting for main roles: character and neurosis too. Morgan Weed was a standout!
Don't see it if so many stereotypes and cliches. The music was too loud for the small theater.
See it if You like trad rom-com musicals with a decent cast, some inspired lyrics, and earnest, servicable staging.
Don't see it if Want something less predictable, tho the premise here is reasonably interesting. It’s cute w some funny bits & in the end, just fine.
See it if A light musical, mostly youth oriented with a clever book about relationships. Pleasant evening.
Don't see it if Light musical, little depth, maybe too cutesy, repetitious
See it if you enjoy witty musicals, strictly for laughs, w/strong singing. Mercifully seamless scene-changes. Even the cutesy choreography worked.
Don't see it if you don't like anything lite. Despite the title, if you don't find this show upbeat & humorous, you need a serious funny-bone-ectomy. STAT.
See it if You are in the mood for a solid rom-com. Want to see some great comedic performances.
Don't see it if You are assuming that because of the title or that Allan Rice, the book-writer, studied clinical physiology that the piece explores neurosis
See it if you want to see a musical with a simple yet funny plot. The embodiment of the alter egos of the two lead characters was a nice touch.
Don't see it if you want to see a hard hitting emotional musical. Everything is very light. Beware - some questionable Jewish jokes.
See it if you like funny dysfunctional and silly romances
Don't see it if you are not interested in shows about relationships, neuroses, or overbearing Jewish parents
See it if You like formulaic nearly 2 hour shows with a gentile woman and Jewish boy together with their alter-egos. Good acting and singing
Don't see it if You don't like trite, overlong and complex plots performed by enthusiastic actors/singers.
See it if Want good singing and some laughs. Decent talent. Good NYC jewish humor .
Don't see it if Dont enjoy musicals based on the Jewniverse. Runs a bit long....lots of song
See it if You like lighthearted theater that is a bit silly despite a slightly serious theme.
Don't see it if You don't like haphazard scores and slightly confusing characterizations of Neurosis.
See it if you like musicals that are light and don't give you much to think about.
Don't see it if you are looking for something new and different. It has the same old jokes.
See it if you want to site back and laugh continuously in a small theater that lets you see the details and hear the asides.
Don't see it if you don't like breezy, contemporary comedy whose writer plays deliciously with the language and the talented actors keep you riveted.
See it if you want an off-broadway show that is fun, in a small theater and has great singing.
Don't see it if want something deep like "Next to Normal".
See it if You like a fun musical comedy with romance that makes light of common anxieties that many people feel.
Don't see it if You are sensitive about anxiety or do not like musicals.
See it if You enjoy stupid shows and dont care about singing voices
Don't see it if You enjoy having a lead who can sing and not have the only person in the show who can sing be the shrink who is only in a few scenes
See it if if you like a snappy score and enthusiastic actors
Don't see it if you are looking for something new and different. I found the storyline trite and uninteresting! Same old jokes! Nothing new here!