See it if you want to see a story of endurance & brotherly love beautifully told. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Don't see it if I can’t think of a reason not to see it ?
See it if you can put the ridiculousness of the biblical story aside and enjoy the fantastic production for its excellence and originality.
Don't see it if Biblical stuff is too much of a turnoff for you.
See it if You like big songs
Don't see it if Blockbuster acting
See it if you like big shows with good music/singing and an absorbing story. very satisfying show.
Don't see it if you don't like traditional musicals.
See it if You are a fan of the movie. Overall entertaining with great music, voices and dancing.
Don't see it if You are expecting a big spectacle. The staging and production was somewhat minimal. Would have preferred something more lavish.
See it if You like the film and the music and want to show stopping and breathtaking show.
Don't see it if Only negative was some of the staging and act 1 was too long.
See it if Want a male centered musical which really delivers with a lot of talent and great dancing.
Don't see it if The staging is great so I can’t imagine anyone not liking the show but if you aren’t into musicals or biblical stories then “no”
See it if If you enjoy the storyline
Don't see it if If you enjoy musicals that are modern with good musical numbers
The songs are sublime in Stephen Schwartz’s adaptation of his Biblical cartoon, but the rest is a muddle.
This biblical epic is an epic fail. A beefed up musical version of the indifferent 1998 DreamWorks animation about the life of Moses, it’s simultaneously pompous and simplistic.
Those hoping for a revisionist spin à la Wicked take note: this is Exodus, delivered with Sunday-school seriousness, complete with re-enacted Passover.
It’s got pageantry, pyramids and dazzling dance moves, but this lavish stage adaptation drowns out the emotional drama.
...this is one of those big-budget musicals that is oddly lacking in interesting music...Stephen Schwartz’s musical is a frustrating experience.
There's plenty of deeply repetitive though undoubtedly athletic choreography from Sean Cheesman to occasionally distract the eye...but little imagination in the telling of the production from director Scott Schwartz (son of the composer).
Ultimately, however, this production is far more about the blockbuster exterior than the inner life, and, suiting the cavernous Dominion, it generally delivers on that score.
But the show is too inconsistent in quality and vision to do itself justice. While it certainly fills the huge Dominion space, it does so through brute force rather than earning its grandeur.