See it if you’re interested in theater-film hybrids, Phantom of the Opera variations, big Bushwick warehouses, and cyber punk aesthetics.
Don't see it if you want to be able to see most of the live action and you don’t want to splurge on the front rows; and bad rock opera depresses you
See it if You want to see the 1925 Phantom with an interactive show, some nice singing and dancing.
Don't see it if You mind bad vision unless you are upfront due to the flat stage/audience. Mind that the live part doesn’t always mesh with movie well.
See it if You are open to avant-garde performance art and metal rock.
Don't see it if If you can't tolerate metal rock or are looking for a play or standard musical. This is more of a rock opera and performance art.
See it if You want to see Phantom of the Opera with some modern dancing and music in front of it. You can get a front seat.
Don't see it if The film proved more distracting than enhancing. There are a lot of bad seats in this house; you miss the dancing if you're not in front
See it if Never seen original Phantom silent film and like storytelling via genre-conflicting music and dance. more experiential than expositional.
Don't see it if Are looking to go deeper into Phantom mythos. an overly ambitious performance studies thesis project. a group of repetitive, unrelated songs
See it if you get the front raw seats which are VIP tickets..otherwise you will miss the half of the show as the back seats are horrible.
Don't see it if you hate loud music, strobe lights, opera, cannot seat through without an intermission
See it if you like to have your eardrums blown out. The acoustics were terrible.
Don't see it if The worst show I've ever attended. The music was horrible and way too loud. The singing was just okay, the staging not ideal for back rows.