See it if You like well done improv. Entertaining enough and many times funny and definitely great singers.
Don't see it if It's not theater. Some bits work better than others.
See it if You enjoy improv-comedy. The cast is super talented.
Don't see it if You are looking for a traditional musical or play. This is closer to a night at the improv or stand-up.
See it if you like improve. The staging and music raise this performance above the usual backroom bar environment.
Don't see it if you find uneven somewhat awkward theatricals less exciting than you expect in a Broadway theater possibly because the cast changes nightly
See it if You love freestyle hip-hop and/or improv comedy.
Don't see it if You’re looking for amazingly funny improv. This is entertaining, but no better or worse than amateur improv you can see for $20.
See it if you enjoy improv and seeing performers think on their feet.
Don't see it if you require a plot.
See it if you want to see what fun rap is all about, see this evening of pure joy. I was not expecting such a joyful experience.
Don't see it if you are looking for a book musical or do not like improvisation or foul language, stay away. Read more
See it if you don’t mind a non-traditional-Broadway show that's part concert, part comedy show, and always rooted in creative word-play and sound.
Don't see it if you've seen it once or twice before and “get” it, so to speak. This was my second trip and I found the experience the same and not elevated. Read more
See it if you want a show that pretends to be improv, but really isn't. Stale jokes about old politics.
Don't see it if you want something new, relevant. Only half the audience laughed. Since it was a 9pm show, that half probably had drinks before the show. Read more
"5 stars! "I found this joy in my experience at Freestyle Love Supreme on Broadway, but I also found much more. What most surprised and delighted me was the heart and vulnerability that I found amidst the improvisation, joy, and humor."
"This exultant master course in the fine art of hip-hop, which opened on Wednesday night at the Booth Theater, suggests that there’s no feeling, thought or experience so anxious or so random that it can’t be translated into infectious, neon-bright rhythms."
"You may hit it on an on-fire night or a night of mostly mild chuckles, but it’s still a formidable performance feat. It’s high-energy, very sweet-natured fun."
"A master of staging super-charged ensembles, director Thomas Kail (also one of the show’s creators and producers — not to mention a Tony winner for “Hamilton”) is savvy enough to slow down the show’s barrage of words here for a more natural, intimate pace that can have a surprising emotional impact."