Following a sold-out world tour, David Byrne's theatrical concert comes to Broadway’s intimate Hudson Theatre for 16 weeks only. More…
In "American Utopia," innovative pop/rock icon David Byrne (Talking Heads, "Here Lies Love") shares the spotlight with a diverse ensemble of 11 musical artists from around the globe. The production also boasts Byrne's "Here Lies Love" collaborators: choreographer Annie-B Parson and production consultant Alex Timbers.
See it if Way more than a concert, more musical experience with wonderful lighting and staging. One of years best! Loved it.
Don't see it if Even if you don’t know or like Bryne’s music, it’s worth seeing for the musicianship.
See it if you're a fan of Byrne or Talking Heads, enjoy constant motion of musicians dancing while playing, creative choreography, edgy music
Don't see it if not a fan of Byrne & his music, want a plot not subtle political commentary, don't like talk of peace and hope, not a fan of loud percussion
See it if Inexplicably transcendent concert residency:A revival meeting matches pop/world willing Scot ringmaster with his effusive fervent stan base.
Don't see it if Dirty bare feet may be a choice, but it doesn't make it athletic ballet. Believes in change, or in leading the pack to (political) change.
See it if looking for a unique theater experience that is less than a play but much more than a concert, brilliantly performed with heart & humanity.
Don't see it if looking for traditional b'way fare; want more than a monochromatic set (tho there are layers of color in what is said & sung).
See it if You love DB, appreciate his music, world outlook, focus on perfection of performance. The staging, so simple and complex, 1 costume for all
Don't see it if Obviously, you dislike DB. Do not like his politics Think banning immigration a good idea Don't believe in climate change Want amazing scene
See it if You are a Byrne or Talking Heads fan. Need an uplifting night. Enjoy a creative feast of music, movement , and design. ❤ concerts & theatre.
Don't see it if Are looking for a traditional play or linear storyline. Don't like Byrne or music of the Talking Heads.
Also A terrific, inspiring, positive experience!
See it if you like David Byrne, Talking Heads, or great concerts. Byrne's performance is engaging and dynamic, but Parson and Giarmo deserve praise.
Don't see it if It's a literal weird to me this is listed as "theatre". This is a concert. An excellently choreographed one, but don't expect anything else.
See it if to get a peek into the creative mind of David Byrne. If you like stylized concerts with interesting staging & choreography. Unique and fun.
Don't see it if you want something with a plot. If you actively dislike Byrne's music--you don't need to be familiar with his work to enjoy this.
See it if A cabaret-performance-movement (Annie-B Parsons) concert tour through Talking Heads/David Byrne catalog with great joy and effervescence
Don't see it if One could not be a fan of the music catalog or be annoyed by the person(s) in front of them standing up and dancing (which is encouraged)
See it if you want to have fun! Beautifully lit, staged, directed, & performed. I loved the movement. Song choices were great. Everyone should see it!
Don't see it if you don't care to see what is mostly a concert. But it is so joyful and so beautifully performed, you should give it a chance.
See it if You're a fan of David Byrne of Talking Heads. His music is rhythmic and original. The ensemble of percussionists & guitar talent is awesome.
Don't see it if You don't like David Byrne's music or his production style. There's no story, just musical performances. Choreography is minimal.
See it if If you are a David Byrne fan. It is more of a staged concert than a musical. The production is great but repetitive.
Don't see it if You want a traditional musical or concert. It tries to be the best of both and falls sort.
See it if you are a fan of David Byrne and appreciate great staging and musicianship. Dancing in your seat and singing along is encouraged.
Don't see it if you need to bring your baby to the theater. They will cry. Not for those who don't like creative concert shows, immigrants or voting.
See it if you will enjoy a creative, inspiring and totally enjoyable evening of song and stories. Don/t need to be a David Byrne fan - the band rocks
Don't see it if you do not like a great concert
See it if you love David Byrne, enjoy being happy from the first note to the last. This is a joy ride. No need to know the music to love the show.
Don't see it if You don't like his music or desire a linear plot. This is a concert with staging. It's so good....
See it if You even vaguely like David Byrne, Talking Heads, or live music. I'm only a moderate Byrne fan & was blown away by the music & choreography.
Don't see it if He doesn't do Psycho Killer. That comprises 100% of my complaints with the show. You need to see this.
See it if You enjoy David Byrne or loved listening to the Talking Heads. Byrnes voice is as good as it ever was. The road to somewhere is on Broadway
Don't see it if You don’t like Talking Heads ... but really... this is a great show
See it if You were a fan of the Talking Heads back in the day, and want to see Byrne with a cast of superb musicians and singers
Don't see it if You want to see a play or a musical...this is a concert in a beautifully restored 1903 theater
See it if You are a talking heads/ Byrne fan. Want an evening filled with amazing music and singing with messages of hope thrown in
Don't see it if You are not a fan of david Byrne. Don't want a show that's mostly a concert. Don't like to hear talk of politics on a night out on Broadway
See it if I was absolutely Blown Away by this show. The choreography, dancing, staging, the 11 talented musicians, and of course David Byrne himself
Don't see it if Even if you know nothing of the Talking Heads or David Byrne I still think you will love this show. Just sensational. Must see.