After an extended run in La Jolla, the new musical about the 70s disco queen hits Broadway with a score featuring more than 20 of Summer’s classic hits including “Love to Love You, Baby,” “Bad Girls,” and “Hot Stuff." More…
She was a girl from Boston with a voice from heaven, who shot through the stars from gospel choir to dance floor diva. But what the world didn’t know was how Donna Summer risked it all to break through barriers, becoming the icon of an era, and the supreme queen for every diva who followed. Directed by Tony Winner Des McAnuff ("Jersey Boys").
See it if you like Donna Summer and want to know a bit more about her. Great talent! Fun!
Don't see it if you want a lavish polished production. This is for joyful entertainment, not thought-provoking "art".
See it if You like Lifetime movies that gloss over all facts that ever show the star in any kind of unflattering way. See this for the pretty lights.
Don't see it if You want to hear Summers music or see her story. Both are butchered. Bits of songs poorly strung together to make up an unbearable story.
See it if You want to see DeBose and LaChanze completely crush it. Not much of a story, but fun nonetheless. Embrace the audience fever.
Don't see it if You don’t like Donna Summer or are expecting a moving experience.
See it if Very good singing and staging. The queen of discos songs are very good.
Don't see it if Should have had one plot and stayed with it. Show was all over the place.
See it if Summer's life packaged as musical bio-drama - earnest, slick, quirky & glossy 'Jersey Boys' McAnuff & Trujillo give it the razzle-dazzle
Don't see it if The disco bells & whistles (not to mention music hits) can't hide lack of substance/depth of story The 3 "donnas" work hard for their money
See it if you enjoy the disco music era and this diva - it's her biographical story, the good and the bad, and her music. Great cast and non-stop fun.
Don't see it if you don't like disco and are not interested in her biography. You don't enjoy entertainment that let's you escape to a previous time.
See it if good renditions of Summer's hits by 3 different actresses playing young, adult, diva Summer; flashes of wit; dynamic dancing; slick set
Don't see it if biopic predictable/romanticized; Summer celebrated as key women's rts advocate/please!; singing not close 2 Summer in her prime; who is?
See it if A '70s revue, rather than pure jukebox, w/ projections. Three Donnas as three seasons of Summer. Across the street, you'll find "Hamilton."
Don't see it if Dim all the lights and snooooze. You lose. Bad, girls. How can Donna Summer and her vast catalogue be boring? Wait for "Cher Show" instead.
See it if you liked Donna Summer, this show is a must. Her songs are used to tell her life story. Singing and staging great.
Don't see it if you did not like Donna Summers or disco music or you like a musical with a plot.
See it if You are a Donna Summer fan and would like to see a portrayal of some events during her life.
Don't see it if You need more than about 3 or 4 really good songs to carry a musical, or you want fully developed characters and stories.
See it if you loved disco, liked shows like Mama Mia,Jersey Boys.Plot is weak.Performances are very strong. Costumes were gorgeous.Sound was very good
Don't see it if you want an unvarnished look at her life.This show is meant to dazzle, & it does.Whether it is true to her life, who knows?Felt whitewashed
See it if You are a Donna Summer fan, you like pop music and do not mind a musical that is more a concert than a musical.
Don't see it if you do not like pop music and are more interest in a good story than listening to music.
See it if You love Donna Summer. Most of the cast is appealing. You dont mind none of 3 Summer actresses sound like her or each other. Tin ear helps
Don't see it if You value your ears. You want sets and costumes and spectacle. Very synthesized. Why mike them, run them thru the board, then scream?
See it if you're a fan of Donna Summer and her music, want to recapture the Studio 54 vibe, or looking for light and enjoyable “touristy” fare.
Don't see it if uninterested in disco or works that shoehorn flimsy stories into musical numbers; you get annoyed by audiences singing and dancing along.
See it if No need to see it, even for die-hard fans one would be disappointed. Many in audience were NOT theater-goers and seemed to enjoy it though.
Don't see it if Feels like a bad/cheesy not-even-Vegas touring production. Terrible book, choreography, sets, lighting, and performances.
See it if Non stop rapid fire of her greatest hits with amazing vocals and great dancing. Gets you dancing in and out of your seat throughout the show
Don't see it if You want an in-depth bio pic. Don't know or like any of her songs.
See it if You are a fan of Donna Summer's songs.The performances are great,but that doesn't overcome the flimsy plot development.
Don't see it if You are expecting a well developed biographical piece. There are glimpses into her life,but you don't really get a full picture.
See it if You like the music of Donna Summer and want to hear it sung by three amazing divas! The Donnas were spectacular.
Don't see it if You aren't a Donna Summer fan or want a fully developed biography of her. This gave glimpses, but felt very disjointed.
See it if you are or ever were a fan of Donna Summer
Don't see it if the song titles Love To Love You Baby, MacArthur Park, On The Radio, She Works Hard For The Money and Last Dance mean nothing to your life.
See it if If you like Donna Summer music and want to see a review show. Good singing
Don't see it if Dreadful script, directing, costumes and set design!
See it if you go in not expecting more than it is. Great performances from LaChanze and Ariana DeBose. Mediocre book but nevertheless entertaining.
Don't see it if you don't like Donna Summer's music or don't want to learn about her life. If you want something deep.
See it if you want to go to a "feel good" show where people dance in the aisles and sing along. This is a complete guilty pleasure.
Don't see it if you don't like disco, or disco music, don't like memoirs, or historical pieces, don't like the seventies.