A new musical based on Natalie Babbitt's best-selling novel about a young girl's encounter with an immortal family. Directed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw. More…
When Winnie Foster discovers the magical secret of the Tuck family, she embarks on an extraordinary adventure that will change her life forever. Kids and grown-ups are invited to take an enchanted, coming-of-age journey in this new Broadway musical about love, family, and living life to the fullest.
See it if Sweet and sentimental. Truly lovely and full of joy.
Don't see it if If you're looking for a show that's fact based this is not for you. It's fantasy.
See it if What a lovely amd sweet show. Beautiful staging and the last 10 minutes are incredible.
Don't see it if You wince at family fare.
See it if you seek a new family-friendly, innocuous confection -- a Hallmark card come-to-life -- full of mediocre songs and serviceable performances.
Don't see it if you can't get past some questionable ethical issues (age-inappropriate relationships, unpunished murder, etc.).
See it if you enjoy fantasy dressed in gossamer. A huge cast sings and dances this charming show illustrating the beauty of the cycle of life.
Don't see it if you cannot suspend your disbelief. To enjoy this production you need to lead with your imagination and take pleasure in the impossible.
See it if You have kids and want a fun musical to go to. Fun for kids, some great comedy moments for adults to keep you engaged, but more for kids.
Don't see it if You need a brilliantly good story to keep you interested. It was fun, silly, at times a little meandering with songs both good and bad.
See it if you are a fan of any of the actors, or if you like interesting choreography. The final ballet is brilliants.
Don't see it if you want an engrossing plot and characters you believe.
See it if Poignant but dark story; man in the yellow suit is truly creepy. Great sets but mostly forgettable songs. Ballet that sums up end was lovely
Don't see it if Based on a children's book, but I think the dark overtones and man in the yellow suit are too scary for kids. Child lead grated on my nerves
See it if you enjoy family-friendly musicals with stunning, fairy-tale-like sets. The cast is talented. Sarah Charles Lewis is magnificent (and 11!).
Don't see it if you dislike musicals or shows that engage through lightheartedness rather than thought-provoking drama. The songs entertain but don't stick.
See it if you read the book and the leading girl is very good. She is trying to hold the show together
Don't see it if you want a better show or something that will challenge your mind
See it if You enjoy an entertaining musical. The cast is comprised of great veterans and outstanding new talents.
Don't see it if You you have a limited budget and must choose among all of the musicals around
See it if you are a fan of the story or like nostalgic stories. Miles' Act II number (Time) and the ending ballet are the best parts of the show.
Don't see it if you prefer something a little more thought provoking.
See it if you liked the book (it's a good adaptation), you want a family friendly musical
Don't see it if You're not looking for a jolly musical, or want something really substantial.
See it if Like the original story. Going with reasonable expectations. Looking for a child-friendly show.
Don't see it if Looking for top-notch song-writing and dance.
See it if have kids or are a kid at heart. Great family show and a great way to encourage kids to read & love musical theatre, as well as dance.
Don't see it if do not like shows stemmed from a children's book or that attract younger audience.
See it if you want to see a poignant, moving tale based on a children’s book and don’t mind some annoying overacting my Terrence Mann.
Don't see it if you are looking for innovation in anything. This is a simple, but ultimately charming fable.
See it if You read the book or saw the movie, for a nice nite out or for a family show. It's a feel good musical.
Don't see it if You expect an over the top musical. 1st act a bit slow, but picks up by 2nd act.
See it if you like fairy tales & magical fantasies- similar plot to Peter Pan; you prefer "smaller' musicals in charming.older Broadway theaters
Don't see it if you're looking for something original or profound; you'd rather see big, shiny, splashy extravaganzas
See it if Top notch cast performs a wonderful adaptation to a children's classic; Casey Nicholaw has a perfect touch and a full dream ballet
Don't see it if Serviceable but unremarkable score will be quickly forgotten once you exit the theatre
See it if care about what's important in life (family), and love musicals that are beautiful in every way - cast, set, choreography, costumes, lights
Don't see it if you don't like to cry in musicals - bring tissues. This is a romantic, humorous, and moving show for the whole family. Great direction!