Open run | 2h 35m | Midtown W

Company (Broadway)

From 44 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Great staging, Great singing, Must see, Funny

About the show

The hit, gender-swapped London revival of Sondheim's classic musical hops the pond from the West End to Broadway in a production starring Tony winners Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone.

Member Reviews (44)


Entertaining, Great staging, Great singing, Must see, Funny

During previews
Disappointing disappointing, Disappointing

See it if You like Sondheim. The performance of Patti Lupone wonderful. The book has been changed...”updated” which some may like.

Don't see it if You saw other productions and liked. Katrina Lenk does not sing well enough for the lead. Staging is strange...boxes moving around.

Also Added scene of Bobbie thinking while in bed with date unnecessary and ... Read more Read less

During previews
Entertaining, Dizzying, Indulgent, Overrated, Too much too much too much! enough razzle-dazzle to gag the zeigfeld follies on new year's eve. great music, great songs, & some great moments, but questionable choices like busy, ugly, colorless set design and busy awkward choreography.

See it if you love sondheim, love "company," love patti lupone, and love loud, lively, dazzling musicals.

Don't see it if you loved the concert version of "company" ... this production will disappoint.

Also at heart Stephen Sondheim is a Romantic, & sometimes (like here) he ca... Read more Read less

During previews
Slow, Dated, Disappointing

See it if You’ve never seen Company. Sondheim’s score still shines

Don't see it if You want a good production. If you loved Katrina Lenk in The Band’s Visit. She can’t handle Company’s vocal requirements or role.

During previews
Scattered, Indulgent, Disappointing, Entertaining

See it if you want to make sure to see every COMPANY revival; you love great comic actors like Sieber, Fitzgerald, Simard, Elder. Great orchestra!

Don't see it if you want a smart, nuanced, resonant COMPANY that makes you think, feel and reflect. Over-the-top, too busy, too broad... yet muted leads

Also somehow this became a broad farce, with frantic mugging and too much s... Read more Read less

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