'On Your Feet!' tells the story of Gloria Estefan and her husband, and how two people who believed in their talent, their music and each other created an international sensation. More…
This bilingual musical spans Estefan's early years in Miami as well as her recovery from a broken back in 1990. It features many of Estefan's hit songs, including "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You," "Conga," "Get on Your Feet," "Don't Want to Lose You," "1-2-3," and "Coming Out of the Dark."
See it if you like Gloria Estefan and want to see a Wikipedia version of her life, I guess?
Don't see it if you want a show with a remotely coherent book that doesn't just fawn over its subject-slash-producer. You care about the future of the art.
See it if If you like Gloria and Emilio Estefan and don't care for good writing.
Don't see it if If you care for good writing and don't just want fluffy fun.
See it if you're a fan of Gloria and, for some reason, you have a need to see some random girl do her best impression.
Don't see it if ...there's really no reason to see this show... just stay home and listen to her best of CD...
See it if you're a big Gloria Estefan fan, love her music, like big colorful song-and-dance jukebox musicals, and don't mind touristy fare.
Don't see it if you don't like Gloria Estefan music, you don't like schmaltzy biopic jukebox musicals, you're looking for a clever show with nuance.
See it if DONT EVER SEE THIS GARBAGE. I left at Intermission
Don't see it if If you want to like Gloria estefan because it makes even her good music sound bad
See it if you're a die-hard Gloria Estefan fan. This does not compare to any of the decent jukebox musicals that Bway has seen.
Don't see it if you're looking for theatre. It's nothing short of a boring tourist attraction. Some great moments, but the insincerity was quite evident.
See it if You love her music and are looking for a no substance, surface level, biopic. It very much feels like a Cruise Ship or Theme Park show.
Don't see it if You're looking for anything more than popcorn feel good entertainment.
See it if You care enough about Gloria Estefan to sit through a bland musical about her (apparently) not very interesting life. <3 the shimmying boy.
Don't see it if You don't like being pandered to. Or if you think musicals can be more than regurgitated pop-canons.
See it if You love Gloria Estefan and want to see an elaborate tribute band playing her greatest hits with a basic biographical storyline.
Don't see it if You wish to avoid being on a stationary cruise, and an ironic version of Disaster!--every song set by line of dialogue containing the title.
See it if Gloria's music brings you joy, no matter how a story is told. And ONLY see it if Ana Villafane is in. She's the heartbeat of it all.
Don't see it if Jukebox musicals with an unemotional, juvenile book make you ill. The band is wonderful but that's about it.
See it if You like big productions, good choreography, good singing n dancing. The plot is plain n predictable but is an entertaining evening
Don't see it if You don't like a loud musical. For my Tate a little bit too long but animated
See it if You are a big Gloria Estefan fan, all the songs you know are in it.
Don't see it if You dont want slow paced and slow moving plots. Right when it finally got good, it ended. Should have went further into story.
See it if You do not want much story and like the music of Miami Sound Machine. It was a cliche story, and a lot of 80s music.
Don't see it if If there are other choices, I would not pick this one. The dancing was fun, the music was fine, but really better on the radio.