Legendary Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen comes to Broadway in a new autobiographical solo show. More…
At 960 seats, the Walter Kerr Theatre is one of the smallest venues Springsteen has played in the last 40 years. Join the iconic musical storyteller in this intimate environment for his new piece, a part-spoken, part-sung performance that loosely follows the arc of his life and work.
See it if I was in the last row of the balcony, and you could still hear a pin drop. Riveting from beginning to end.
Don't see it if You really have zero context for Springsteen.
See it if Loved this. Very personal performance. Learned a lot about the evolution of this icon of course the music was amazing.
Don't see it if U don’t like Bruce Springsteen
See it if You're a fan of the Boss and tremendous musical performances.
Don't see it if This won't change minds for non-Bruce fans. It's a distillation of his work and life.
See it if You are a Springsteen fan and you want to know the stories behind his songs.
Don't see it if You expect the stadium versions of his songs. This is stripped down, Bruce telling you his life when he wrote a song and then singing it.
See it if Clearly if you love Bruce. He is an American legend at this point so his story is part of history. Noone can tell a story quite like him.
Don't see it if You are expecting a high energy concert or don't like storytelling.
See it if You love Bruce Springsteen and his music. A concert full of stories. Simple set, a man, a guitar and a piano.
Don't see it if You don't like Bruce and his story telling.
See it if Actually, you can't see it, but any Springsteen fan who didn't see it should be ashamed. He is brilliant. Watch it on Netflix.
Don't see it if You're a conservative schmuck who voted for Donald Trump and support the actions of the current administration.
See it if Springsteen, a master storyteller, takes you on an emotional journey as he shares his life story in between new arrangements of his songs.
Don't see it if If you're expecting a heart-pounding, full-blown rock and roll concert or traditional arrangements of his songs, this isn't that show.
See it if you know Bruce Springsteen really well or if you're a theater goer who wants to know more about him.
Don't see it if you're expecting to see big flashy numbers with Bruce's popular songs.
See it if This show is mainly for Springsteen fans. But his storytelling and willingness to share deep and painful memories make it memorable for all.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you don't like rock and roll or opinionated musicians.
See it if You are a Bruce fan. It’s like a storytelling concert in your living room. Great arrangements. Engaging stories.
Don't see it if You are expecting a behaved theater-going audience. Cell phones everywhere and the occasional person trying to turn it into a stadium show.
See it if A fascinating evening! Wonderful acoustic arrangements of Bruce's best, interspersed with intimate stories from his autobiography.
Don't see it if Bruce fans are not accustomed to theater behavior. Texting, photos, shouting from the audience dominate. Be prepared, try to roll with it.
See it if you can get tickets. Adds to Bruce canon with story telling. It's an autobiography with classic songs. Gentle pace, no concert frenzy.
Don't see it if you can't behave in theater. If you like full band sound the acoustic arrangement will disorient you. Bruce's life story-not greatest hits.
See it if You are a Springsteen fan, but also appreciate a Spaulding Gray monologue. True storytelling; like a great country song. So moving!
Don't see it if Some of the audience’s non-Broadway behavior will distract you - singing along and in one case dancing detracts from power of show.
See it if You want to experience Bruce in a new, up-close way with other super-fans. See him weave story and song with audience following every word.
Don't see it if You want to see the raucous, manic Bruce on stage playing his music just like you hear it on the radio. This is intimate and personal.
See it if You love Bruce Springsteen and want to experience him telling you his life story in a funny, emotional and powerful way.
Don't see it if You expect a rock concert or don't like heavy conversation about mortality