Grey House (Broadway)
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Grey House (Broadway)

Grey House (Broadway) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(643 Ratings)
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Confusing, Absorbing, Great acting, Ambitious, Intense

About the Show

A new psychological thriller about a couple stranded at an eerie house during a raging blizzard.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (643)

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59 Reviews | 9 Followers
Heart stopping, Edge of your seat, Engrossing, Terrifying, Absorbing

See it if If you like a thrilling tale, a bit out of the ordinary and full of jump-scares, this one is for you! The acting was riveting!!

Don't see it if If you don’t like to be scared, and were hoping for a musical, this isn’t for you.

112 Reviews | 9 Followers
Resonant, Intense, Great staging, Exquisite, Absorbing

See it if You want to feel something

Don't see it if You want an easy, feel good time

336 Reviews | 46 Followers
Masterful, Great writing, Great acting, Entertaining, Absorbing

See it if You want something different from the norm. Acting and writing are incredible. See it and determine, for yourself, what is happening.

Don't see it if You don't like eerie situations and shows that can have a varying meaning to each individual

69 Reviews | 3 Followers
Absorbing, Interesting, Clever

See it if You like creepy plays that are slightly unsettling

Don't see it if You are EASILY scared (it was not that bad though)

175 Reviews | 22 Followers
Entertaining, Enchanting, Delightful, Clever, Absorbing

See it if Great. Thriller

Don't see it if You don't want to be scared

86 Reviews | 9 Followers
Great acting, Edgy, Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing

See it if do you want a good scare from some serious talent?

Don't see it if you scare easily, and once a light musical

74 Reviews | 4 Followers
Great acting, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if You want to see a ghost story on Broadway.

Don't see it if You want to see a traditional play with all of the story beats clearly spelled out for you.

66 Reviews | 24 Followers
Great staging, Edgy, Intense, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you want a unique thriller type of show

Don't see it if you get bored super easily because there are definitely some slow moments throughout

Critic Reviews (26)

The New York Times
June 1st, 2023

“That teasing quality, though sometimes charming — and often, if you are a scaredy-cat, a relief from the hard-core jolts — is the giveaway that ‘Grey House’ should not be taken too seriously, regardless of its allusions to real-world horror of the past and present.”
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Time Out New York
June 6th, 2023

" ''Grey Houe' is built around themes of guilt, expiation and retribution, but not very solidly—and as a spectator, you’re too busy puzzling out what is happening to think much about what it means...Amid such excellent atmospherics, you may not care when the play itself creaks."
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New York Theatre Guide
June 2nd, 2023

“One wishes the series of scenes built to a deeper, more full-scale sense of dread. In terms of fright nights, ’Grey House’ is entertaining, albeit middle of the road.”
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New York Magazine / Vulture
June 1st, 2023

“Once you get to huge Broadway houses, claustrophobia is harder to maintain... But it was also fun to see the production swing so hard at genre tropiness. If it doesn’t fully succeed on its own terms, it’s at least a solid reminder that terror is as worthy of drama as any other kind of spectacle.”
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New Yorker
June 30th, 2023

"They’re frighteningly convincing, as are most of the ghoulish effects and all the performers. Joe Mantello directs one hell of a show."
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June 1st, 2023

“...a savvy tale that might be likened to a dark, lonely lake on a moonless night – scary enough on the surface, scarier still when one ponders what’s below the surface. There are some stretches that start to feel dull or repetitive, possibly the result of confusion as to what, exactly, is going on, but such moments fade with the next scream.”
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New York Daily News
June 1st, 2023

“ ‘Grey House’ is trying to honor that unstinting parentage, despite the baked-in demands on a mostly young cast of kids, who give it all they’ve got. The show also has to whip up interest on a hot summer night. That’s not an easy combo, and you can see the strains it puts on the second half of the show, but much of worth gets unpacked here. Scarily so, to boot.”
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June 1st, 2023

“The most haunted, haunting performance comes from Sophia Anne Caruso as Marlow...Cracking wise with aching vulnerability, Caruso is the insistent, irresistible heart of ‘Grey House’ and its sonorous death knell.”
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