See it if Was invited to this and something told me to pass on it. Stupid, banal and amateurish.
Don't see it if You want quality theater.
See it if you see new musicals on the small stage-this one, a captivating story, some good acting & singing, live pianist, familiar tunes & fun lyrics
Don't see it if you want perfection: drags a bit with many scene changes, slow lighting, some need better voice projection. If you avoid strobe lights.
See it if You want to support a unique theater that is a staple of the off-off-broadway theatre community. Enjoy pieces that are so-bad-they're-good.
Don't see it if You have no tolerance for shows that are accidentally funny the wrong way. Dislike confusing stories with strange dramaturgical choices. Read more
See it if You enjoy actors and singers even though the story isn’t interesting
Don't see it if You enjoy interesting musicals
See it if You don't mind seeing shows with interesting constructs, but are also over written without proper story editing.
Don't see it if You like shows under two hours, especially shows that should be way under two hours.
What is a mystery inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma? A Winston Churchill question from 1939 aptly fits a play with music set in 1924 that toys at being a murder mystery. As a play with music "Who Murdered Love?" doesn't work. As a play without music, it doesn't work as well. It is Dadaism with Surrealist overtones, and Surrealism with Dadaist overtones, if anyone in the audience knows what Dada or Surreal means.
" 'Who Murdered Love' was a delight from start to finish. You’ll smile, laugh, and revel in the hilarity, music, and action."