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Kiss Me, Kate (Broadway) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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92%
Mixed
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Great singing, Entertaining, Delightful, Funny, Great staging

About the Show

Tony winner Kelli O'Hara returns to Broadway in the Roundabout's production of Cole Porter’s sparkling 1948 musical riff on Shakespeare's 'Taming of the Shrew.'

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75
Not nearly as wundabar as the 1999 revival

See it if you want polished, giddy entertainmt. Only Bleu is well-cast amg the 4 leads (his Bianca thrills!) Still, Cole Porter ensures a fun evening.

Don't see it if want to see fully-embodied roles. KO lacks fire/sings operatically. Styles annoys/is too soft. Chase is ok. Marshall's choreog was superior. Read more

95
Fun!!!, Great costumes, Great choreography, Refreshing, Delightful

See it if You want to be thoroughly entertained! Every actor is at the top of their game in the production packed with showstoppers. Sets, lights=A+

Don't see it if You’re looking for a dark and disturbing interpretation of the original. This has been joyfully embraced and the wow factor kicked up to 10! Read more

Critic Reviews (56)

March 14th, 2019

"The authors’ take on marriage is more complex and insightful than we may recall. And where they did wander into material now rightly seen as toxic, a few changes and one major revision allow us to enjoy it in a new light...Carlyle’s often thrilling choreography offers a bountiful assortment...That too many other numbers disappoint is a problem not just with the choreography but also with the overall staging, which by the middle of the second act seems to run out of invention."
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March 14th, 2019

"In this production, the drama and fire are downplayed. O’Hara’s full and clear soprano is as beautiful as always, but her Lilli is more whimper than bang...Without such changes, however, 'Kiss Me, Kate' might not be revivable at all—and that would be a shame, since the Roundabout’s production is often a delight. For one thing, it affords an opportunity to rehear Porter’s score. And whatever heat has been tamped down in the central couple flares up elsewhere in Scott Ellis’s staging."
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March 14th, 2019

"The majestic Kelli O’Hara’s honey volcano of a voice pours out with seemingly zero effort, and you can almost see smoke rising from the heels of the gazellelike ensemble as they tear through Warren Carlyle’s splashy golden-age choreography...The sad truth — sad at least for a longtime lover of Porter’s songs — is that for all its pizzazz, 'Kiss Me, Kate' itself feels irretrievably dated...Its adjustments are both good, arguably downright necessary ideas, and not really show-savers."
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March 14th, 2019

"Even in an imperfectly cast revival like the new Roundabout production, it's virtually impossible not to surrender to its boisterous charms...If the changes dampen some of the show's comedic vitality in order to make it palatable to contemporary sensibilities, so be it. There are corresponding losses and gains, too, in O'Hara's performance...But this is an immensely pleasurable show even in a production that occasionally lacks spark."
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March 14th, 2019

"Rarely has O’Hara’s vibrato sounded so strong, so powerful, as it does when she sings these three little words: 'I Hate Men'...Gone is the shiny schmaltz of the Golden Age musical’s previous productions, Ellis instead grounding the piece, when necessarily, in sincerity and reality...It helps that Amanda Green has provided some tweaks to Sam and Bella Spewack’s book...None of this means the piece has lost its spark. Porter’s wit still shines through in his score."
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March 14th, 2019

"The clever navigation of this Golden Age musical through today’s waters of gender politics is one of several plusses in an otherwise uneven production that is still able to score some highs in terrific dancing, Kelli O’Hara’s performance and, oh, those Porter songs...What keeps audiences continually engaged are Porter’s songs, which show off an impressive range of standards and styles...Still filled with musical pleasures that audiences will appreciate — now without wincing, after a fashion."
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March 14th, 2019

"'Kiss Me, Kate' is bland and unimaginative. Not only is Ms. O’Hara miscast—she is as warm and friendly as Kate is sharp-witted and spiky—but she and Mr. Chase have all the romantic chemistry of a pair of squabbling siblings. As for Mr. Ellis’s staging, it looks as though he’d put the show together while thinking about something else (which he may well have been, seeing as how he’s also directing 'Tootsie,' which opens on Broadway next month)."
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March 14th, 2019

"It’s a measure of how skillfully director Scott Ellis and book-tweaker Amanda Green navigate the antique attitudes of the material that we view the vicious scrapping of these ex-spouses as hilarious, not creepy or lopsided...This version softens the lady-bashing while not sacrificing the sexiness and humor. Above all, it’s acted and staged with consummate style and grace...Overall, choreographer Warren Carlyle’s routines are spectacular, performed by a winning ensemble."
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March 14th, 2019

"Whatever occasional shortcomings befall this mostly terrific revival, a spanked, put-upon heroine isn’t one. Kelli O’Hara and Will Chase are so evenly matched – in performance, talent and temperament – that it’s hard to imagine a more finely balanced battle de deux...For me, the production takes full flight with 'I Hate Men,' about midway through the first act, when O’Hara delivers a full throated and beautifully arch takedown of what later generations would simply call patriarchy."
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March 14th, 2019

"A new, first-class Broadway version that at times raises its sparkle quotient to incandescence. Director Scott Ellis and choreographer Warren Carlyle apply so much sizzling flair to their revival of the 1948 show that it has restored my faith in efforts to mount golden-age musicals with books that have, well, seen better days...There is that creamy O’Hara coloratura, too, to sing us all into happy submission and apply to this revival an apropos adjective: unmissable."
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March 14th, 2019

"The show stars Broadway divinity Kelli O’Hara, who endows whatever musical role she’s playing with coloratura splendor. Muscularly directed by Scott Ellis, the production showcases Warren Carlyle’s exhilarating choreography...No one is likely to go home feeling outraged or under-entertained. Yet some essential human chemistry is missing...That sense of seductive inevitability, which was ever-present in the 1999 Broadway revival, is roughhoused out of Ellis’ production."
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March 14th, 2019

"Whether she’s hitting high notes or swatting her male co-star, Kelli O’Hara — funny and fierce — is reason enough to see 'Kiss Me, Kate'...All’s well that ends well, thanks to Scott Ellis’ witty staging, which brims with visual gags and cheekiness...Warren Carlyle’s choreography is dynamite...The musical’s book has been tweaked, though not always for the better, to minimize misogyny...Gender-parity achieved, yes? No...But the stars make the most of it."
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March 14th, 2019

"A very pleasurable and inclusive evening in the company of a plethora of seasoned professionals...If O’Hara gets to dominate the opener, then Carlyle’s truly talented ensemble has all the focus in 'Too Darn Hot,' which is given a gorgeous narrative treatment...The revival’s weakness, I think, is a lack of comfort with improvisational possibility. But I’ve never been more moved by this title."
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March 14th, 2019

"As an unnecessary, underwhelming and miscast revival...A pale imitation of the 1999 production that seems to have come straight out of the freezer...Taking on Lili/Katharine marks a clear attempt by O’Hara to branch out into musical comedy, but she appears tentative with the broad, larger-than-life antics required of the role...On the other hand, Corbin Bleu and Stephanie Styles shine as the secondary couple."
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March 14th, 2019

"Big, boisterous, brawling 'Kiss Me, Kate' is a revival to fall for...Thanks to some subtle tweaks and re-staging, it's the story that's getting tamed without losing any of its ferocious bite!...Director Ellis staged the classic with great care, respecting its historical roots while shifting the gender dynamic just enough to put the two leads on equal footing...O’Hara deserves...our eternal worship for gracing us with two and a half glorio hours in this altogether wunderbar production."
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March 14th, 2019

"The first 15 minutes are a little rough around the edges. At times, Ellis's direction seems aimless, crucial chemistry is lacking, and certain numbers don't land as they should. But when 'Kate' kicks into high gear, it becomes musical-comedy heaven, delivering exuberant showstopper after exuberant showstopper...With high-flying dancers, O'Hara's soaring vocals, and Gemignani's 33-instrument orchestra, I'm happy to look past the imperfections. This 'Kiss Me, Kate' is a real treat."
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March 15th, 2019

"A significant change in the tone of the piece by tweaking and cutting dialogue in the cause of eliminating what some perceive as inherent sexism within the show's backstage story...Kelli O'Hara's glisteningly mature soprano and impeccable lyric phrasing...That's worth the price of admission alone...The rest of the show pretty much breezes along with terrific performances of classic material."
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March 14th, 2019

"Roundabout has whipped up a fizzy champagne cocktail in its revival of 'Kiss Me, Kate,' an adult entertainment firmly focused on the finer things in life...There are at least two reasons why Scott Ellis' revival breezes across the Studio 54 stage like a fire engine on a five-alarm call: One is the effervescent pairing of Kelli O'Hara and Will Chase...Production numbers, staged by Carlyle, that feature some of the most sensational dancing since I don't know when."
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March 14th, 2019

"A snappy, scintillating, and decidedly woke new production at Studio 54 and featuring an altogether smashing cast headed up by Kelli O'Hara (never better!) and Will Chase...Even if you are a Porter or Shakespeare purist, if you leave your high horse in the stable and join the crowd, you will have a wonderful time. Where to begin heaping praise? Well, how about with Kelli O'Hara, whose performances have graced musical revivals for more than a decade."
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March 14th, 2019

"More spirited than exciting, this brisk revival of great American songwriter Cole Porter’s best-known musical comedy looks nice, sounds pretty, moves fleetly, and rarely ceases to beguile the eye and ear...Looking lovely and lending luscious voice to 'So in Love,' Kelli O’Hara satisfies...One of the best-looking attractions that Roundabout has produced in some time...Ellis’ staging moves everything along swiftly even as Warren Carlyle’s lively choreography aptly kicks it up."
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March 14th, 2019

"Writer Amanda Green, credited with additional material, didn’t rip up any of Cole Porter’s delicious ditties or take a hacksaw to Sam and Bella Spewack’s quip-filled book...What’s on stage at Studio 54 works—because how could it not, when you have a company headlined by O’Hara and Chase...It’s a thrill to see Chase, after years of replacing in hit shows and starring in a string of flops, finally get a meaty role he can make his own."
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March 14th, 2019

"For all the pleasures this revival offers, Ellis’ production comes with several serious caveats. Purists will find Green’s tweaking of the book more sore-thumby than the similar but smoother surgery Guare performed...Ellis, a superb director of these revivals, opts for a purposely dated style here, most evident in having his stars front and center, delivering the delicious soliloquies – directly to us. Wrong...A very good presentation of a very great musical."
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March 14th, 2019

"An effervescent throwback to the years when the musical theater was a reliable non-chemical antidepressant...O’Hara’s soprano ranks among the most beautiful I’ve ever heard on Broadway, and it finds a sterling vehicle...The standout among the supporting cast is unquestionably Styles, delivering a confident — no, make that smashing — Broadway debut...Although 'Kate' moves at a frolicsome pace under Ellis’s direction, there’s no avoiding that the book loses steam in the second act."
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March 30th, 2019

"While many of the greats have tackled 'Kate' over the years ever since it premiered in 1948, O'Hara brings a subdued charm to the usually more boisterous part of Lilli, even if she is positively beaming when she first arrives on stage. The first was Patricia Morison, and the most recent on Broadway--before O'Hara--was the late Marin Mazzie, who received a Tony Award for the 1999 revival, as did the revival itself. And then there was Kathryn Grayson in the 1953 film version."
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March 22nd, 2019

"Terrifically performed and staged as this revival is, the kids are more than likely to now see that there is indeed something quite 'wunderbar' about this show...This two-tiered story is thrillingly fresh and new. Director Ellis downplays their bickering and focus on their musical reminiscences and thus give full rein to O'Hara's gorgeous soprano and ability to effortlessly scale some of Porter's trills...Highly recommended for 9 to 90-year-olds."
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March 22nd, 2019

"A musical that carries its own weight. It is a fully formed old fashioned extravaganza of a musical that sweeps you up into its arms and carries you off. Especially when the cast is lead by the gracious and skilled O’Hara. She opens her mouth and you swear you can hear the angels singing...Chase comes from behind and catches up to her at the finish line for a surprising and perfect conclusion. This is a jaunty piece of theatre that aims no higher than your heart and scores a direct hit."
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March 15th, 2019

"The musical treat hits it high in the sky, and keeps this clever musical version of William Shakespeare’s 'The Taming of the Shrew' neatly wrapped up beautifully within a musical that soars strong until the happy ending...'Kiss Me Kate' never feels stodgy, at least not as directed here at Studio 54 Theatre with buckets of bravado by Scott Ellis...The show and its cast doesn’t miss one well placed pratfall or prance."
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March 25th, 2019

“Ellis’s production...couldn’t buy an ounce of charm...The retrograde nature of a show which, after all, unrepentantly takes place in a pre-woke age emerges as the least of anyone’s problems...The new treatment loses many lines that are sharp...Even if the material had remained, I’m not sure Roundabout has assembled the right cast to deliver it...The large ensemble is devoid of period style, and the four principals seem siloed in different plays – with only one getting things right.”
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March 15th, 2019

"In Scott Ellis’s anemically directed production, neither has the staying power or depth to celebrate (or reimagine) the 1949 Tony Award-winning hit...O’Hara is the only one who earns the sentiment. So dynamic is her performance, which soars in operatic glory...Choreographer Carlyle injects passion into Ellis’s otherwise mostly nondescript staging...Fleeting moments aren’t enough to compensate for the mostly lifeless faces of the ensemble while their bodies are wholly expressive."
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March 14th, 2019

"'Bellissimo,' sings Kelli O'Hara towards the end of the Scott Ellis' exuberant revival of 'Kiss Me, Kate,' and I can think of no better word in any language to describe the beauty of this Broadway megastar. I'm not just speaking of her stunning face and figure (costumed to perfection by Mahshie) or her flawless vocalizing (you'll never hear a better version of Cole Porter's heartbreaking 'So In Love') but also her (admittedly surprising) comic timing and (not so surprising) smoking passion."
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March 21st, 2019

"O'Hara can sing the phone book and I'll be entranced. Looking as lovely as ever, she does spellbinding things with a voice that moves from register to register as easily as eating ice cream...Will Chase makes a suitably fatuous but handsomely romantic lead, providing acting and singing talents that make the most of numbers like 'Where Is the Life that Late I Led?'…Dancing wizard Corbin Bleu shows off his rat-a-tap-tap (even upside down!) and other terpsichorean skills."
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March 22nd, 2019

"I had trouble fully embracing this 'Kiss Me Kate.' Every element arguably works in its favor...The whole enterprise doesn’t make much sense. It felt analogous to 'The Play That Goes Wrong,' a farce that doesn’t aim to make sense; it aims to entertain. Roundabout’s 'Kiss Me Kate' asks us to put aside our intellect, and just yield to our endorphins...There are several fun numbers and pleasing bits in this 'Kiss Me Kate,' although not as many as I would have liked."
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March 23rd, 2019

"Kelli O’Hara sings Cole Porter’s score gloriously...One of my favorite musicals, with a strong score and a timeless story and though there is much to like here, the second act after 'Too Darn Hot,' seems to fall apart...The choreography by Warren Carlyle is top notch...The orchestrations here seem to pale to other productions, yet this score is timeless...I miss this kind of lush melody with witty lyrics, that are oh so naughty and oh so right...'So In love'...no, but So In Like."
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April 15th, 2019

"Kelli O’Hara reaffirms her status as the reigning queen of the American musical with her wonderful performance...Scott Ellis once again shows a flair for directing a musical revival. The tweaks to Sam and Bella Spewack’s book may make it more palatable for today’s sensibility, but it remains old-fashioned and clunky even by 1948 standards. However, with its gorgeous score and a splendid production, it is easy to overlook the shortcomings of the book."
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March 14th, 2019

"The only word less appropriate than 'diva' for O’Hara would be 'shrew.' Her masterful rendition of 'So in Love' is so heartfelt that we may overlook her rather genteel take on the Bard, but maybe not...By the way, O’Hara is in great voice throughout and has never sounded more thrilling...Scott Ellis can be credited with keeping his two leads playing from the same slightly jaded Valentine’s Day poem. He wisely keeps the more manic comedy to the show’s secondary couple."
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W
March 23rd, 2019

"Features the splendiferous Kelli O’Hara whose voice is a national theater treasure...That Director Scott Ellis’s take on the role of Lilli replaces pithy diva qualities with gentility takes the edge off, however...Brightness is an issue...Songs are neither loud nor crisp enough to make performance shine...Director Scott Ellis moves his company well but misses the acerbic spirit and sweep of more successful productions, making it disappointing to those of us who have seen better."
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T
March 17th, 2019

"It’s so damned entertaining, joyously staged and performed that the minor politically correct tweaks to its book hardly matter. Cole Porter’s classic score is given the evergreen treatment by music director Paul Gemignani, Scott Ellis’ production is crisp, clean, and sleek and Warren Carlyle’s choreography is athletic, humorous and sexy. The fabulous Kelli O’Hara and the comically virile Will Chase lead a dazzling cast full of snappy dancers, riotous clowns, and clashing lovers."
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March 27th, 2019

“The Roundabout Theatre Company’s new Broadway revival of ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ is occasionally too darn hot, but mostly just too darn meh. Some key casting mistakes keep this well-appointed production from soaring where it should, but the choreography is a knockout and the musical itself so structurally sound and well-written that it cannot fail to entertain—uneven as it is, but still satisfying.”
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March 14th, 2019

"Glorious to watch, a sumptuous treat. But whatever gender controversies the musical, originally mounted in 1948, once provoked, whatever issues it raised about male control and female compliance, have been cheerfully erased...This is a conservative, conventional tweaking rather than audacious re-scaffolding of a classic...O’Hara has the kind of shimmering, operatic voice that feels too big, too good, too luminous, for Broadway."
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March 14th, 2019

"The revival seems to prove, yet again, that it’s possible for a visionary creative team to whip up a fresh confection from ingredients that have surely passed their expiration date...Director Ellis...dishes up gobs of flash and sizzle. Dazzling choreography by Carlyle does too...Ellis smartly finesses the dated story so that our sympathies lie firmly with its heroine...But the production shines thanks in large part to O’Hara, who remains one of the finest vocalists working today."
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March 21st, 2019

“A slightly-revised version of the iconic musical comedy...Performed with inexhaustible pizzazz by a dazzling cast...Delivering the comedy and heart of the narrative and wowing with their extraordinary talents...Roundabout’s smartly-tweaked presentation of ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ gives new life to an undeniable Broadway classic, while subtly reminding us of the progress women have made, since Shakespeare’s time and the 1940s. Win/win. Don’t miss it.”
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April 1st, 2019

"Toward the end of this season of so-so musicals, 'Kiss Me, Kate' offers a Broadway revival that strikes gold with melodies as lush as 'So in Love'...Under the hand of music director Paul Gemignani, the songs flow with sense and sensuousness...Cole Porter’s 1948 masterpiece of dramatic romance and ribald sass is still 'Wunderbar!' over 70 years later."
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M
March 24th, 2019

"It’s smashing. The production has gained some points for its conscientious effort to drain the show of its purported sexism...But beyond that is the production’s appreciation of ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ as a knock-’em-dead entertainment, with one glorious Porter song after another, the buoyancy and shrewdness of the book, and its opportunities to dazzle with production numbers....O’Hara is the centerpiece...Her singing has never been more brilliant.”
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March 29th, 2019

"[T]he production is first-rate from top to bottom. O'Hara's voice is robust and clear as glass, while Chase's performance in the play-within-a-play is so merry and effortless that I'd like to see him tackle Petruchio next; imagine Errol Flynn if he were fluent in Shakespeare's language."
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March 18th, 2019

"The book by Sam and Bella Spewack is pretty thin...But the leads—while not dominating—infuse the show with presence, O’Hara lilting her songs in a breathtaking fashion...Any profound statement about the battle of the sexes is as absent any reason 'Too Darn Hot' was put in the show in the first place. It’s that kind of show, and that’s all fine; this is pure entertainment, and as such, it’s too darn hot, especially when performed with this kind of verve."
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March 14th, 2019

"While these tweaks might make the show feel more current, they don’t really deal with the problem at hand. That would be the misogynistic message suggesting a woman is required to be nothing but subservient to her husband...Truthfully, it ends up not mattering all that much. Director Scott Ellis lets O’Hara and Chase and the rest of the cast win the audience over with the glorious music and choreographer Warren Carlyle pulls out all the stops in joyful production numbers."
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March 14th, 2019

"The curiously underpowered revival of 'Kiss Me, Kate' never gets out of first gear. Directed by Scott Ellis, this is a handsomely crafted, ambitiously cast, top-shelf production — it feels like it should work. It doesn’t. It’s a farce without spark or any real point of view...Without much in the way of energy or chemistry between them, the seams of this show’s occasionally slipshod construction are more apparent than usual."
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T
March 15th, 2019

"A good revival of this classic and beloved show...O’Hara’s singing is gorgeous throughout this musical and Chase does a fine job as well...Fine singing, fine dancing, a nice set, and good tunes are usually enough to propel a Broadway musical. I kept wondering why the show seemed flat overall despite so many enjoyable sections...This version might have hit far greater heights if it were sharper and more hilariously Shakespearean in scale."
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March 14th, 2019

"Scott Ellis’ revival of the Cole Porter musical unites the effervescent Kelli O’Hara with the rakish Will Chase for a production that is stronger on romantic longing than it is on musical comedy. While the leads sparkle and Ellis’s production showcases the jazzy score, it’s an otherwise sedate affair...O’Hara is suitably steely and Chase ridiculously smug. Both their voices are perfectly calibrated and their timing strong. But, when the focus shifts away from the leads, the production sags."
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W
March 16th, 2019

"This newly-recalibrated version directed by Scott Ellis at Roundabout Theatre changes all that. Now it's a clash of equals — and the result is delicious...A cast of multiracial, old-school hoofers, who tear into Warren Carlyle's witty choreography...This new 'Kiss Me, Kate' is a joy. It's simply one of the purest pleasures now on Broadway."
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March 21st, 2019

"Cole Porter wrote one of the most glorious scores of all time and the songs are as vibrant as ever. The book by the Spewacks hasn’t weathered as well...Kelli O’Hara as the shrew is an absolute revelation...When you see a show being directed by Scott Ellis, you know you are in for a treat. He never disappoints and he always has new tricks up his sleeve. He is rhythmically complemented by the wonderful choreographer and each of his numbers are absolute eye-poppers."
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April 2nd, 2019

“Pure delight. Chockablock full with marvelous songs...What’s more, robustly directed...and contemporized subtly, it rises above revivals that have come before...The new material that’s been added reflects not only changing social attitudes but also the casting of O’Hara...Very much O’Hara’s show...This ‘Kiss Me Kate’ recalls the storybook look of musical comedy of the 1950s. It’s singing and dancing puts us gleefully, giddily back in Broadway’s Golden Age.”
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I
March 15th, 2019

"I’m happy to report that Scott Ellis’s 2019 edition is smashing. The slight but important tweaks to Bella Spewack’s book and Mr. Porter’s lyrics have gone a long way in updating the material...Carlyle’s exuberant and unexpectedly steamy choreographed provides a robust counterpoint to Ellis’s gentler view of the show, which makes for a beautifully balanced and well-rounded evening at the theater. Ellis’s vision is carried out sensationally by his top-tier cast."
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R
March 15th, 2019

"A famous Cole Porter musical gets the misogyny pulled out and finds what's left to be fun and a little bit magical. Do not miss Kelli O'Hara and a fantastic ensemble of singers and dancers in 'Kiss Me Kate.' It's an old fashioned show with broad laughs, big dance numbers and obvious endings, yet somehow it seems fresh."
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March 19th, 2019

“Do come if you’d like to see O’Hara crack a whip and sing the roof off Studio 54. It’s well worth the trip to bask in her glorious soprano...The women do rule this production. As Lois Lane, Styles is a sheer delight...Yet, O’Hara and Styles are singular comforts in a revival that feels lackluster, missing a certain, dazzling spark...Whatever is awry with this revival is...subtle. It’s just a fairly straight reproduction, exciting in very few of its restorations."
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March 18th, 2019

"There were some 'tweaks' made to a few lines, but the real change is simply O’Hara’s bearing. Nobody will get the better of this woman...The choreography of Warren Carlyle is spectacular...The sub-plot with the younger actress Lois Lane and her boyfriend never reaches the heights that it could...But these are quibbles in an otherwise wonderful production that you shouldn’t miss."
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