The staging is mostly center and down center. No chandelier, no helicopter. You're good.
As to what I thought of the show...it's slow to start for structural reasons. It has to set up the premise. Once the setup is done, it's swift, funny, Andy Karl is very good as is Barrett Doss. Ensemble member REBECCA FAULKENBERRY has the opening song of the second act, which is metatheatrical in theme but she knocks it out of the park. The show has little larger issue--man has to realize that life is better if you're nice to people before the woman will hitch up to him--but that's okay. That has been enough for many a musical over time. Go. Have fun. Don't worry that at dinner afterward, there will be little to talk about.