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 enjoy a a musical with a great ensemble cast. And our out for a night of fun and NY entertainment
Don't see it if If you like classic musicals. The only instruments are the actors themselves!
See it if You are interested in an original, entertaining musical done in acapella format. The cast is full of very talented performers.
Don't see it if Acapella musicals about life in NYC are not your cup of tea. The show moves quickly, without intermission, and goes down easy.
See it if you love a cappella music and shows about life in NYC. The singing was extremely tight and the cast rose to the challenge of this show.
Don't see it if you are seeking a strong story line. While the show was entertaining, the plot was a little forced, although some resonant moments.
See it if You like harmonies; a light, bouncy, friendly and slightly weird entertainment, solidly performed; New York; or if you work for the MTA.
Don't see it if You're repelled by novelty, the subway system or the all too familiar downsides of living in NYC.
See it if you love singing (this is a cappella) or beatboxing. You are a New Yorker. You're looking for an incredibly entertaining, light night out.
Don't see it if You don't ever ride the subway, are easily offended (religion, sex, F-bombs), you want a plot-heavy musical...it's more about characters.
See it if only to be reminded that the voice is an extraordinary instrument (raves for the Boxman); this is a love letter to NYC and glorious singing.
Don't see it if you're averse to stories about the woes of young urbanites or in-the-round stage, & if you want traditional orchestration or elaborate sets.
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 you are a fan of A cappella music or if have ever ridden the NYC Subway and are looking for a few laughs.
Don't see it if despise A cappella music or you prefer more old school musicals with large dance numbers
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 to see a show where all the music is performed via the human form. Was very entertaining.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals.
See it if you like musicals with interesting characters.
Don't see it if you don't like lively music with good singers and short stories about different characters.
See it if you want will fun show. The A Capella musical showcases excellent cast singing . The show is easy to watch. Beatboxing is a plus.
Don't see it if you want a serious evening. The plot is a bit cliched (boy meets girl, etc.)
See it if you like outstanding a cappella music sung my a multi-talented ensemble cast telling intelligent, relevant stories of New Yorkers.
Don't see it if you want a fully orchestrated production or prefer a single focused story line rather than multiple themes.
See it if you want to get out for some light entertainment. The singing is great, the staging is very creative and works exceptionally well.
Don't see it if if you are looking for new story lines, character development, or really dislike a cappella.
See it if you want to see something new musically. It is all sung A Cappella. A nice simple story.
Don't see it if you hate A Cappella music - I didn't think I would enjoy the music - but I did. Very talented singers.
See it if like a fast moving, excellently sung musical with humor; it's acapella, but I never missed having a band; very clever staging as well
Don't see it if want a band or orchestra, want serious drama in your musical
See it if You want a distraction. Fun for the a capella and very talented beatboxing, as well as the subway motif & set. Some very good group numbers
Don't see it if You can't get past stereotypical stories that don't delve too deeply. Over amplified sound not needed in this theater. Better as off bway
See it if you enjoy a cappella with a good multiple story lines.
Don't see it if you don't like a cappella and not interested in the different story lines of New Yorkers.
See it if you would like to see a multicultural and multitalented cast in a unique Broadway show. Great voices, great scenic design, and great acting.
Don't see it if you do not like a cappella singing, or if you need an intermission.
See it if you enjoy a good harmonizing, a cappella musical that is as long on heart-filled stories as it is on excellent voices.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, a cappella, or shows about love, heart and their place in the big city.
See it if tix cheaper than weekly Metrocard. Justin Guarini fan. People mover amped up energy. Cool set design. Metrocard dress a hoot. Not memorable.
Don't see it if Off mark; finale Noah's Ark. Worked for Shakespeare; this book can't compare. Ten min too long; intermission belongs.
Also Not worth retail; price a huge fail! Broadway pricing punishing.