See it if You love musical theatre and want to learn more about the productions you love! You enjoy learning about Broadway/West End.
Don't see it if You don't love musical theatre. You don't want to learn about behind the scenes info.
See it if You want to know the makings of popular theatre through informative museum like displays. And see great videos of the shows.
Don't see it if You don't want to wander through and read for yourself - if you just want a sit down documentary to entertain you.
See it if you're a theatre fan and interested in viewing various photos, costumes, props, video recordings, etc. of iconic bway & west end shows.
Don't see it if you're not a BIG fan of the theatre.
See it if You have any interest in Broadway and the London theatre. You want to see up close, the props, costumes, et al of Tony/ Olivier recipients.
Don't see it if You want a full accounting. Exhibit is short-about thirty minutes in length. Look up or you miss Mary Poppins and the Green Witch.
See it if You enjoy museum style exhibits with a wide range of displays , don't miss the videos that go with some of the items
Don't see it if You have no interest in the past or how shows are constructed . ..but that would be sad for someone on this site .
See it if You love looking at costumes and other cool treasures from beloved Broadway and West End productions.
Don't see it if You don't like Broadway or the West End.
See it if You really love musical theater and you are interested in past shows as well as current ones both in New York and London.
Don't see it if You are only interested in current shows.
See it if Enjoy the "behind the scenes" workings of a play or musical, it's free to get in, exits displayed beautifully, wish it had more stuff on han
Don't see it if You are looking for an all day exhibit - unfortunately a half hour will suffice
See it if you're a Broadway superfan who will appreciate behind the scenes looks at famous plays and musicals.
Don't see it if you don't care about Broadway props, costumes, sets, etc. You want an interactive exhibit experience (you just walk around and observe here)
See it if you love theatre, both Broadway and West End, want to see clips from the theatre on film and tape archive, costumes, props, scripts, etc.
Don't see it if a behind the scenes, up-close glimpse into creating world class theatrical productions isn't your thing. You need the exhibit to be large.
See it if you have an appreciation for the history of theater in both London and NYC; you want to see some original props, costumes, footage.
Don't see it if you don't care about the history of the art form, or the people who made it what it is today.
See it if you want to see memorabilia and footage from old and new shows. This is for anyone who loves Broadway and wants to see pieces from history.
Don't see it if you're not a die-hard fan and would be uninterested in seeing props and costumes from the past.
See it if the exhibits were great and it was nice to see and hear about shows from the past - but I walked away more aware of how many shows I missed.
Don't see it if you prefer to see shows rather than exhibits about shows