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Featured Member Reviews: Top Shows Closing Soon
Every Tuesday we're turning the spotlight on some of our favorite member reviews. Here are our picks for the week for some of the top shows that won't be with us much longer — shows like "Ride the Cyclone," "The Wolves," and "Matilda!"
AliceG gave Ride the Cyclone a 87
See it if you can imagine Rocky Horror meets A Chorus Line in the afterlife. Six teens die on a roller coaster, sing and dance about life and love
Don't see it if you don't want to be uplifted, laugh, and be amazed by crazy talented kids, or don't like off-Bway, small theater, dark humor
peanutgallery gave The Wolves a 92
See it if you want to explore life/the world through the eyes of a group of bright, likeable teenage girls. An ode to women, friendship & soccer.
Don't see it if overlapping voices and teenage chatter annoy you. However, the way individual personalities are revealed amid all the noise is a true feat!
See it if you love Dahl's book, talented children actors, entertaining antagonists, darkly funny songs, big numbers, and a story with a lot of heart.
Don't see it if you dislike the book, children performers, large casts, and chaotic scenes. You don't understand Britishisms or take things too literally.
NoCouches gave Something Rotten! a 74
See it if you want to shut off your brain and enjoy two hours of Shakespeare and Broadway jokes with delightful tunes and great production values.
Don't see it if you want something to chew on or don't care for the razzle dazzle of the "traditional" Broadway musical.
Mary GB gave His Royal Hipness Lord Buckley a 90
See it if you enjoy a cozy night club setting, want to listen to a master story teller & his hip news man, accompanied by fantastic musicians.
Don't see it if don't have the energy to pay attention as the stories are intertwined with history and politics; or prefer a regular audience setting.