New York City | 35-49 | Male
About:  I live in New York City and see a lot of shows.
Reviews (8)
Entertaining, Funny, Quirky, Romantic, Relevant

See it if you've enjoyed earlier versions or are curious about the cast.

Don't see it if you don't like pared down versions of classics. This version stands up to scrutiny, still hitting the best beats, but it's incomplete.

The View UpStairs
East Village
Clever, Thought-provoking, Riveting, Intense, Great staging

See it if love immersive historical musicals that are both educational and captivating.

Don't see it if LGBTQ subject matter doesn't interest you.

Exquisite, Profound, Riveting, Ambitious, Enchanting

See it if you think you'd enjoy a mix of pop, opera, burlesque, ballet and theater. Great dancing, impressive singing and choreography.

Don't see it if seeing nearly naked talent bothers you.

During previews
Ambitious, Great acting, Entertaining, Enchanting, Great singing

See it if you enjoy musical theater. This revival of the classic show features a stunning array of talent. Hailey Kilgore is exceptional!

Don't see it if you don't enjoy musicals with a colorful mythology.

Midtown W
Excruciating, Disappointing, Dated, Overrated, Insipid

See it if you like inferior retreads of 80's musicals that weren't even that great when they were new and performed by a better, more capable cast.

Don't see it if You hated the 80's version and are hoping for an improved experience.

Ambitious, Disappointing, Overrated, Great staging, Slow

See it if you're heavily into ballet.

Don't see it if you love musicals but aren't interested in ballet.

Ambitious, Refreshing, Quirky, Great singing, Enchanting

See it if you can. I saw it several times and enjoyed it more every time.

Don't see it if you're not into off-Broadway productions.

Clever, Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Great writing

See it if you can look at the subject matter with an open mind and appreciate the commentary on life, death and religion.

Don't see it if you're deeply religious and can't take a joke. The show after all features God in a comedic role. It's never mean spirited.