I took my wife to see it last night at the Orpheum Theater. We are celebrating Valentine's and Anniversary a little early, but it was a good night to go see it, so we did! (okay it was 500.00 to see it last night vs. 1K on 2-14) It is something. The set is elegant in its simplicity and the stagecraft COMPLETELY stays out of the way. The acting and voices were unique and fantastic, the sound in the theater was crystal clear. The music was nonstop and varied and everyone was, well, distinct and amazing. The orchestra was just, well, perfect. If you get a chance, I think it is worth seeing. I watched it as a story vs. some kind of historical artifact.... the author has created a really, really interesting gumbo of ingredients and the result is... I felt really glad to be a human and to be able to see what other people can create and do... all of it, the singing, the dancing, the words, are impressive. and... the guys who played Jefferson and Madison just blew mind and my perception. I am a William and Mary grad so, Jefferson has always been 'my guy'... this portrayal was completely new to me and really fun.