See it if you want to see a collection of okay songs performed by very earnest (and fairly talented) young actors.
Don't see it if you want a book that makes sense at all. The plot had more holes in it than a whorehouse. And most of the jokes were worse than that.
I'll say this for 'The Green Room': There isn't a single moment that appears to have any connection with real life; that's something you don't see every day
"These four characters are, unfortunately, not interesting enough to fill a 90-minute musical, especially one that covers territory better served by other shows like 'A Chorus Line,' 'Fame 'and 'Merrily We Roll Along,' all superior to the earnest, but predictable 'Green Room.'"
"Cheesily produced, cliché-riddled, creakily written, and cartoonishly performed…While…Pelletier's mostly generic score, with acknowledged nods to…Sondheim and…Larson, is the show's most promising element, this cast-okay when singing harmony-lacks the chops to do the tougher ones much justice."