Legendary crooner Harry Connick, Jr. heads to Broadway for an evening of songs from one of America’s most respected songwriters. More…
From the show:
Featuring a vibrant, 25-piece orchestra and a modern, multi-media presentation, this entirely new production brings back to Broadway both the magic of Cole Porter's compositions and one of the world’s most celebrated live performers. Connick will delight audiences with a signature style that has been called by The New York Times “blatantly seductive” while celebrating Porter’s peerless contribution to the Great American Songbook.
See it if You want to share in the joy of Cole Porter with a master showman, Harry Connick Jr. A delightful, informative, beautiful celebration.
Don't see it if You’re uninterested in a celebration of Cole Porter’s life/work or want to see a show with a traditional plot. This is basically a concert.
See it if Harry connick is a great entertainer. His tribute to cole porter was excellent and should be seen.
Don't see it if If you dont like cole porters music.
See it if Amazing band. Connick is a great improver. Some clever bits and lovely tunes, but Connick felt like he was dragging a bit.
Don't see it if You don’t like big band music.
See it if Bright & brisk.The jazz balladeer pays homage w/ Porter covers in a bio-concert in this flash residency in support of his new tribute album.
Don't see it if Eclipsed by Buble, but Connick is a veteran of stage & screen: A former talk show host who strides comfortably in his orchestral musicality
Also Anything goes in his quirky canned spontaneity.
See it if Doing Cole Porter's songs (some of them) with a Big Band, plus with a little Jazz. Beautiful done. Harry does a wonderful show.
Don't see it if Do not like the music, and some jazz. A touch of past music.
See it if like Connick, a wonderful entertainer who connects with the audience; like Cole Porter's songs & are interested in some details his life
Don't see it if don't like big band music or jazz, want more theater & less concert; don't want video portions; not as even as Byrne's show
Also for a few songs some sets come in from the side and they are fun
See it if you love Harry Connick Jr. & Cole Porter. I thought I at least liked Cole Porter music until this show. Almost every song sounded identical.
Don't see it if you want variety in your variety show. Ruben and Clay’s show last winter was more entertaining, however cheesily.
See it if you're a fan of Harry Connick, Jr. and his music and/or his idol, Modernist songwriter Cole Porter. Both are icons in their own right.
Don't see it if expecting a night of Connick, Jr.’s own music without story-telling interruptions; dislike HC, Jr. and/or Cole Porter songs; need a plot.
See it if you adore Cole Porter, or just like him and want to learn more about him, or if you are a true Connick fan. The show has several surprises!
Don't see it if You are looking for a traditional Broadway musical, or if you don't care about music written before 1960, Porter, or Connick.
See it if you're a fan of HCJ or Cole Porter; want to learn more about Cole Porter and hear his songs sung in HCJ's style. HCJ puts on a great show
Don't see it if you're expecting a musical or something with a plot; this is a concert with some multimedia to enhance it, but it is entertaining.
Also Some cool surprises
See it if you love the music of Cole Porter, appreciate the skill of Harry Connick Jr, and enjoy incredible production values in a musical.
Don't see it if You prefer drama or think you don't like jazz.
See it if You like Cole Porter’s works introduced and sung very well by Harry Connick, Jr. It was nicely staged.
Don't see it if You like dramas or productions with a large group of performers.
See it if It's the Cole Porter songbook, performed in a fun, New Orleansy sort of way.
Don't see it if You've heard Sinatra, Ella, & every other damn singer sing these songs. Harry's great, but it's tough to give a new take to them.
See it if You are a Harry Connick and Cole Porter fan. There is a big band that is fantastic!Can’t beat the music!!
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Harry Connick or Cole Porter or just do not like one man musical shows or would rather see a drama.
See it if You’re a true Harry Connick fan. He plays homage to Cole Porter but I didn’t always like the spin he put on classic songs.
Don't see it if You enjoy your standards done w/o a jazzy spin. If you’re not interested in Cole Porter you won’t appreciate the info HCJ provides.
See it if You like Harry Connick Jr., jazz, New Orleans Jazz, Cole Porter, & good singing from a talented performer
Don't see it if You are looking for a story, something new about Cole Porter, a light show with fireworks or anything but pure entertainment
See it if you love Cole Porter's songs or if you love Harry Connick's style of singing and personality
Don't see it if you'll be put off by having so many Porter standards done in a jazz style
See it if You are a Coke Porter and/or Harry Connick fan; lover of classic Porter music but able to take a large dose of jazz interpretation.
Don't see it if You don’t like concert stage shows, or a lot of jazz!
See it if you're a fan of Harry Connick Jr. or Cole Porter. The show offers up a breezy review of Porter's music with a few surprises along the way.
Don't see it if you want to see a show with a story. Connick Jr. spends a lot of time trying to justify why he wanted to do this show, which is unnecessary
See it if you are a Cole Porter and Harry Connick Jr fan. Enjoy a night of 1930s big band music, great dancing, laughter & pure entertainment.
Don't see it if you are looking for a more traditional Broadway musical experience.