This all-a cappella musical celebrates the wide variety of commuters in the city that never sleeps…or stands still. Featuring songs by the co-composer of 'Frozen.' More…
Inspired by the vibrant rhythms of life on the subway, 'In Transit' follows the intertwining lives of 11 New Yorkers, all hoping to catch the express train to success, love, and happiness—and the stops they make along the way. With a book, music, and lyrics by Academy Award winner Kristen Anderson-Lopez ('Frozen'), James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan, and Sara Wordsworth, and vocal arrangements by Deke Sharon ('Pitch Perfect'), 'In Transit' is directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall ('Anything Goes,' 'Nice Work If You Can Get It'). Inspired by an earlier incarnation of 'In Transit,' which played Off-Broadway in 2010.
See it if you love a cappella and are in the mood for mindless entertainment. There are a number of really fun songs.
Don't see it if you like a good, complex story and characters that aren't trite.
See it if You really love a cappella singing, and are enough of a New Yorker to appreciate jokes about the subway.
Don't see it if You want an actually good story to go with the a cappella singing, and don't have patience for unsuccessful attempts at getting deep.
See it if acapella or the subway are things you greatly enjoy.
Don't see it if you are interested in a complex story line or music you'll be able to remember/hum after you leave the show.
See it if you want an accessible/easy musical that is often fun with mostly likable characters. Individually, every actor has impressive voices.
Don't see it if you don't like a show that is mostly cliched & sometimes cheesy. Also, the a cappella can get in the way of the clarity of the lyrics.
See it if you don't mind a loose story. The music is a take on Pitch Perfect. See it if you like A Cappella
Don't see it if you want your theater to have a better score or libretto.
See it if you love a cappella music and/or the Pitch Perfect movies or if you're looking for a light day at the theater. The singing is quite good.
Don't see it if you want a deep and challenging theatrical experience. It's pretty light and could use a better book.
See it if you love acapella and that is enough to sustain you through a whole show.
Don't see it if you are looking for more than cookie cutter characters with a real pulse.
See it if you can get a discount ticket (I did) for under 50.00 and it MAY be worth it
Don't see it if you are looking for relevant good story telling. The cast is underwhelming and direction and choreography is terrible
See it if you're especially fond of a cappella and are the kind of New Yorker who is easily entertained by jokes that poke fun at the MTA.
Don't see it if you're expecting hard-hitting storylines - the show is surface-level, about young adults who feel lost or stuck... much like this musical.
See it if Super fun show with magnificent voices and vocal arrangement. Heartwarming story lines!
Don't see it if You want a thought-provoking, meaningful musical. This is a night of fun!!
See it if you like a capella music, purposely light/cute musicals to the point they're a little corny
Don't see it if you dislike a capella and not-that-great plots and music
See it if you like acapella and think NYC humor is funny.
Don't see it if you like good plot lines and characters who you feel drawn to. This show offers nothing new to Broadway and the acapella piece is a gimmick.
See it if you are an a capella fan. There are some ingenious arrangements and clever uses of the human voice. The cast is very good.
Don't see it if you don't like a capella. I enjoyed it but found that I missed hearing instruments and full orchestrations.
See it if you LOOOOOVE a cappella music and don't care if the arrangements are generic and boring.
Don't see it if you care about interesting stories or characters or want to hear exciting a cappella.