Members say: Entertaining, Delightful, Funny, Great singing, Great staging

About the show

This Broadway revival of Jerry Herman's beloved musical was the winner of four 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. Now starring three-time Tony winner Bernadette Peters and Victor Garber.

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A meddlesome matchmaker brings together the young clerk of a wealthy Yonkers merchant and his assistant with a widowed milliner and her assistant, while making sure she gets to marry the merchant herself. Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart's musical collaboration spawned many classic songs, including "Put On Your Sunday Clothes," "Before the Parade Passes By," and the title tune.



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96
Cabaret Scenes

"Bernadette Peters takes up the ever-fascinating mantle of Dolly in the inspiring revival of 'Hello Dolly!' alongside brilliant Victor Garber. Her fantastic stage magic and ability to hold a spotlight cracks open the heart in a classic New York love story of rich man gets the girl. Starring beside them and showcasing stunning chemistry are cast returnees, Gavin Creel and Kate Baldwin. Definitely worth seeing for the fabulous atmosphere they create in this extraordinary revival." Full Review

95
Time Out New York

“A blissful Broadway revival…The part of Dolly is exquisitely suited to Midler’s enormous warmth, savvy and drive. It’s hard to imagine a better match of actor and role: It is, in a word, perfection…‘Hello, Dolly!’ may be a vehicle for its star, but this revival treats it like a vintage Rolls-Royce. From the rousing overture on, everything about the production, directed with joyful aplomb by Jerry Zaks, gleams with old-fashioned charm…Jerry Herman’s exuberant score is a show-tune bonanza.” Full Review

95
The Hollywood Reporter

"The two-time Tony Award winning performer has brought a poignancy to the production that wasn't quite in evidence with her predecessor...Which is not to say that she falls short of the role's comedic demands. Her performance is less vivacious than Midler's, but no less hilarious...If Garber's more restrained performance is less gut-busting, it's also less of a caricature...Stemp is a revelation...Zaks' perfectly tooled staging hasn't lost a step, dancing or otherwise, since the show opened." Full Review

95
Front Row Center

"This is a by-golly-and-thank-you-Jesus 'Hello, Dolly!' show...In Peters we have an actor who connects with her character. Peters conveys the circumstances as well as the determination needed to navigate the world as a single woman relying on her own wits...The entire production is a creamsicle designed to make you feel good. Period. The music is mostly jolly and occasionally poignant...A visual feast...Dolly is finally home, where she belongs." Full Review

95
AM New York

"I’ll just come right out and say it: I prefer Donna Murphy over Bette Midler in 'Hello, Dolly!'...Murphy fires from all cylinders and never lets up, bursting with vitality and comic ingenuity...Murphy is also in full voice. Her powerhouse singing takes the production numbers up by more than just a notch...People should not shy away from this lavish, lovingly old-fashioned, euphoric revival simply because they cannot score tickets to see it with Midler." Full Review

95
Talkin' Broadway

“Hello, Dolly!’ itself is terrific, and director Jerry Zaks and his unassailable company have elevated it to a stratospheric level…It's dopey, predictable, and perfect. This is due in no tiny part to the airtight construction of Stewart's book…Herman's score is more memorable still…To the extent that this ‘Hello, Dolly!’ stumbles—and it isn't much—it's because Midler falls short…She may be a gleaming star, but she's not a transformative one…About as good as the Broadway musical gets.” Full Review

95
Gotham Playgoer

"The role of Dolly Gallagher Levi fits Midler like a glove. She captures Dolly’s energy, determination, vulnerability and humor effortlessly. Her voice is still a pleasure to hear and her dancing ain’t bad either...The producers cast the show profligately, splurged on lavish costumes and sets, excellent choreography, a large orchestra, and a top-notch director...Jerry Herman’s sturdy songs hold up very well. They don’t make shows like this anymore. For sheer entertainment, it is hard to beat." Full Review

95
NY1

"One for the ages…Under Jerry Zaks' masterful direction, this screwball of a show bounces from scene to scene with joyful abandon. What could so easily turn into parody or shtick is here a refreshing diversion that enthralls for the nearly three-hour running time…The company, across the board, is sensational…The 23-piece orchestra plays the score to perfection. And with the Divine Miss M to sing it, we've got a match made in heaven!” Full Review

95
NJ.com

“'Hello, Dolly!' is so surpassingly beautiful, propelled by such glorious razzle-dazzle, and crafted with such joy and intelligence that it deserves to be studied, emulated and above all celebrated…This is what Broadway is all about...A complete, resplendent show, not just the flimsy framework for a star turn…If Midler can't always keep pace with the rest of the performers, and if her voice these days sounds a little too rough and raspy, we're too swept up in the proceedings to care.” Full Review

95
Act Three - The Reviews

"What more could you ask for in a decadent evening at the theatre?...Murphy didn't let me down with her spunk, pluck, elegance, and raw talent for playing a character. 'Wow, wow, wow' is an understatement when it comes to this show and this production does not disappoint—the lighting, the sets, the costumes and color along with the music all contribute to the nonstop feeling of exuberance and joy this show brings to the audience." Full Review

95
Peconic Public Broadcasting

"Bernadette is not Carol and certainly not Bette but she has more musical comedy talent than anyone who’s ever played the part. For one thing, she can actually act and sing...If you haven’t seen the show make sure you get tickets before word gets around that the show is just as good as it was this past year when it won the Tony for best musical revival or you will be paying even bigger bucks!...Honestly the best show on Broadway today." Full Review

95
More Than The Play Blog

“This a stellar production that far exceeds any one name. The sets, the choreography, the direction, the orchestrations, the voices, and the full cast and chorus are incomparable. Donna Murphy is spectacular. This is classic musical theatre revived to perfection...Murphy is joyous in the role of Dolly Levi...It is the genius of director Jerry Zaks that brings it all together to deliver a musical theatre experience that feeds your soul and makes your spirit soar.” Full Review

95
Showbiz 411

"More accustomed to a narrative performance than Midler, Peters doesn’t draw attention to herself. But the show draws attention to her. She builds Dolly’s character...Garber and Peters have chemistry that Hyde Pierce and Midler did not share...The songs in 'Hello, Dolly!' just seemed more integrated, deeper, richer...If you’re a real Broadway fan, and not just here for the stunts, this is the real thing." Full Review

95
Broadway Showbiz

“Bette is very funny and brings a sweet, quirky quality to the role...When I came home, I was sobbing from the sheer beauty of the experience…The dancers need to get a special shout-out as this production was unique because of their incredible energy and skills. ‘Dolly’ is a delightful show…Incredible sets, costumes and perfect casting; you must run and buy tickets to this production. I was moved beyond words.” Full Review

95
WNBC

"'Hello, Dolly!' is much more than Midler—something only made clearer when seeing the show with Donna Murphy...Bopping around the stage with near childlike glee and determination, it was impossible not to be swept up in the wake of Dolly's addicting energy. Murphy appeared to have that effect on the rest of the cast too. The entire company fired on all cylinders...One of the most exciting and satisfying experiences I've had in a Broadway theater in years." Full Review

95
Rolling Stone

"Midler is in peak form as Dolly Gallagher Levi...It's a knockout performance that will be talked about for years...I could go on about this smashing, kick-ass revival. The still-bright potency of Jerry Herman's music and lyrics, the pulsating energy of Jerry Zaks' direction, the dazzle of Santo Loquasto's sets and costumes, the high spirits of Warren Carlyle's dances that echo Gower Champion's original choreography. And the actors!" Full Review

90
Broadway News

"Here, in extraordinary circumstances – following the most celebrated star turn on Broadway in memory – Peters is utterly flawless...Under the expert comic direction of Jerry Zaks, she finds something to delight us in virtually every aspect of the role. She delights us, but moves us too...The silliest jokes seem to have blossomed into true wit; the musical numbers — from what is Jerry Herman’s finest score — have just as much, if not more, buoyant zest than they did when the show opened." Full Review

90
BroadwayWorld

"A superbly written work of bubbly fun and warm sentiment...full of memorable melodies and smart lyrics...Peters expertly delivers the exact kind of Dolly a seasoned theatregoer would expect from her...Her knack for high comedy is spot on and her quiet moments alone...are tender and heartwarming. Her vocals are pure and masterful...The production hasn't lost a step...Peters shimmering performance makes this wondrous production glitter even more brightly." Full Review

90
New Yorker

"The characters address the audience from time to time, which gives Midler a chance to connect with us by drawing on who she really is, as well as whom she wants to portray...The role of Dolly isn’t necessarily tailor-made for Midler—she’s infinitely more complicated and funny and there isn’t a corny bone in her body—but she has remade the character in her own image: as a scrappy trickster with needs and vulnerabilities." Full Review

90
Theatermania

"The production has made its own happy match with the show and its new lead — the vivacious, ethereal Peters, who has us in her palm the instant she lowers her newspaper in the opening scene...This is the theater magic we come to Broadway for, and it delivers right from the get-go...In an otherwise rollicking musical, Peters gives us a new, beautifully moving portrait of a well-known character, and it only takes a moment for us to fall in love with her and 'Dolly!' all over again." Full Review

90
Theater Life

“Midler brings all of her considerable talents to bear in this scintillating revival…Director Jerry Zaks, Midler, and a superb company breathe new life into the old gal. Zaks and choreographer Warren Carlyle give the show speed and youthful energy…Though her voice is limited, she brings reams of subtext to each number…Hyde-Pierce’s ultra-stuffy Horace Vandergelder is the perfect foil for Midler’s life-embracing Dolly…This joyous ‘Hello, Dolly!’ is a loving salute to a past tradition.” Full Review

90
The Clyde Fitch Report

“Jerry Zaks’ zingingly wonderful revival…For decades, Midler has known how to make the stage her own. She does so here…She makes every one of Jerry Herman’s cheerfully melodic tunes a tied-with-a-ribbon gift…Hyde Pierce bombasts beautifully…Baldwin is stunning and stately…Especially, and not to be forgotten, are the dancers and their tireless, athletic, work-like-play antics before, during and after the unforgettable title number.” Full Review

90
Times Square Chronicles

"Midler eats up the wild applause as if it is food to her soul and gives back as good as she gets...Is her voice perfect for this music? No...but she gets the intent across in spades. If you want a beautiful voice, look no further than Baldwin’s hauntingly gorgeous tones...This show is in every way over-the-top broad, campy, kitschy and corny, taking it all to a new level, but the genius of this production is everyone is on the same page thanks to Jerry Zaks." Full Review

90
New York Daily News

"The two-time Tony winner brings high spirits, warmth and a voice that will make you laugh and cry with joy...Victor Garber is gruff and blustering...Molly Griggs lends humor as straight-laced hat-shop girl Minnie Fae and London star Charlie Stemp lights up the stage with his bright smile and brilliant dancing feet as boyish clerk Barnaby...With the terrific current cast, wall-to-wall musical gems and ace dancing, design and direction, it remains a star vehicle that purrs." Full Review

90
Deadline

"Murphy is absolutely wonderful as the meddling, multitasking matchmaker...Murphy’s Dolly is gabby, game and gleeful as she dispenses the pleasures of Jerry Herman’s songs and Michael Stewart’s lines...Jerry Zaks’ production is better. The dancing of Warren Carlyle’s choreography is sharper and funnier. The sound is more crisp, the ensemble more assured and the accompanying stars perfectly aligned." Full Review


100
Funny, Absorbing, Great acting, Entertaining, Great singing

See it if You enjoy the storyline, music, and/or the humor of the complexity of human relationships.

Don't see it if You don't enjoy the meddlesome works of human beings.

100
Absorbing, Clever, Delightful, Great acting, Entertaining

See it if You absolutely love Broadway Musicals - the classic, old school, dazzle dazzle, showtune, dictionary definition brand of Broadway Musicals.

Don't see it if You are into contemporary, edgy, modern day pop-rock musicals.

100
Absorbing, Must see

See it if You want to see a star in a great role, and fantastic staging.

Don't see it if You don't like old-fashioned musical comedy.

100
Funny, Delightful, Entertaining, Great singing, Great staging

See it if you want to see an old fashion musical and be marvelously entertained for three hours.

Don't see it if you want a more engrossing, darker musical.

100
Delightful, Enchanting, Hilarious, Entertaining, Great staging

See it if you enjoy an old fashioned musical comedy with show stopping numbers, energetic choreography, vibrant costumes and sets

Don't see it if old fashioned musicals

100
Funny, Absorbing, Great acting, Must see, Entertaining

See it if You like classic broadway, you don't mind the plot going a little slow.

Don't see it if You like modern broadway, you want a fast paced plot.

100
Delightful, Enchanting, Must see, Riveting, Entertaining

See it if You enjoy classic musical comedy; if you wish to see incredible performances; if you seek a reminder of why Broadway is great

Don't see it if You only enjoy contemporary pop/rock musicals; if you don't enjoy classic musical comedy

100
Funny, Delightful, Great acting, Entertaining, Great singing

See it if You love a good classic musical!

Don't see it if You’re into more modern musicals or serious plays

100
Funny, Absorbing, Great acting, Must see, Great singing

See it if Love musical theater at its best,

Don't see it if No reason to not see this. SEE IT

100
Funny, Absorbing, Delightful, Intelligent, Entertaining

See it if you love CLASSIC musical comedy. They stage work is excellent even if the story is a bit dated.

Don't see it if you don't like musical theater or you don't like people clapping when characters just walk on the stage...it happens a lot.

Also What is brilliant about this show is that it is a total throwback to t... Read more Read less

100
Funny, Absorbing, Great acting, Entertaining

See it if You love hello dolly,this is definitely a production you wont want to miss. Bernadette is also a star and you won't be disappointed by her!

Don't see it if You dislike berendette peters, have a short attention span( some parts i felt were a little slow).

100
Great acting, Must see, Great singing

See it if I went kicking and screaming to this show and the joke was on me. Bernie Peters and the entire cast gave delicious performances!

Don't see it if Skip this show if you don't like to laugh or if you can't sit through a 2 hr and 45 minute show

100
Delightful, Exquisite, Must see, Resonant, Great staging

See it if You love classic musicals brought to life on a current Broadway stage Andre perfected yet not changed in any major way.

Don't see it if There's no reason not to see this show!

100
Funny, Delightful, Enchanting, Exquisite, Entertaining

See it if saw both bette midler and donna murphy. highlight of a very busy theatre for me. electric. outstanding costumes, sets and music sublime.

Don't see it if everyone will love this show who is breathing.

100
Clever, Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining, Great staging

See it if if you love classic musicals with a clever, strong female lead, beautiful costumes, flashy dance numbers and presence that hits the back row

Don't see it if you aren't into classic Broadway musicals - this one checks all the boxes (though even skeptics tend to fall in love with Dolly Levi)!

100
Funny, Absorbing, Enchanting, Refreshing, Entertaining

See it if you want to hear great music and laugh at the jokes. Every actor in the show has their own sense of humor and it blends so well in the show

Don't see it if you don't like old style musicals

100
Funny, Delightful, Entertaining, Classic, Heartwarming

See it if You love classic musical theatre, gorgeous costumes, energetic choreography and Bernadette Peters!!!!

Don't see it if Classic Broadway shows, old school scores.

100
Delightful, Fluffy

See it if You like old school broadway The cast is a must see whether you see it with Donna Murphy Bette or Bernadette you won’t want to miss it!

Don't see it if Old school broadway isn’t your thing. You don’t like light a fluffy musicals with dance numbers.

100
Delightful, Masterful, Must see, Entertaining, Great staging

See it if you want to see the definition of "musical theatre" on stage. Every single person on stage, no matter the actor, is perfect and precise.

Don't see it if you don't like musicals. EVERYONE SHOULD SEE THIS PRODUCTION.

100
Masterful, Must see, Romantic

See it if You want to be moved for 3 hours!

Don't see it if You don’t like old-timely musicals.

100
Funny, Delightful, Must see, Great singing, Great staging

See it if You want to see Bernadette Peters in a role that was made for her. Terrific cast, staging, beautiful costumes. I left the theater singing!

Don't see it if You don't like to smile.

Also This is a show I would see twice! A must see for Bernadette Peters fan... Read more Read less

100
Funny, Delightful, Great acting, Entertaining, Great staging

See it if If you are going to see one single Broadway show in 2018 please see HELLO, DOLLY! It is fantastic!

Don't see it if you are from Mars or Pluto!

100
Enchanting, Exquisite, Must see, Entertaining, Great staging

See it if love big classic musicals

Don't see it if dont like musicals

100
Delightful, Great acting, Indulgent, Hilarious, Great staging

See it if See it. Hands down. A fantastic ensemble behind Bernadette Peters makes for a performance that leaves everyone smiling

Don't see it if You are looking for something newer, cutting edge, or profound. Even if that's the case, I still think everyone can appreciate/enjoy

100
Delightful, Great acting, Entertaining, Great singing, Great staging

See it if You love a Classic Old Broadway style musical.

Don't see it if You don't like musicals!!!


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