New York City | 18-24 | Female
About:  I am a young director/student, currently residing in NYC.
Reviews (15)
During previews
1984 (Broadway)
Midtown W
Clever, Must see, Slow, Great staging, Great writing

See it if You were a fan of the book, and want a Trump era political play that is not lazy, and actually makes you think instead of spoof the man.

Don't see it if you hate shows that take a couple of minutes to get into, and then leave you thinking.

Dated, Great writing, Romantic, Overrated, Delightful

See it if you want to see a classic, with pretty music, and beautiful costumes. This show has broadway written all over it.

Don't see it if you want to see the same show you saw years ago. It has not been maintained well over the years.

Ambitious, Clever, Funny, Great writing, Great staging

See it if your family is in town, and wants to see a big fun broadway musical. Which has something for people of every ages.

Don't see it if you hated the movie, comedic musicals, the musical "Matilda."

Funny, Clever, Predictable, Great writing, Disappointing

See it if You read the original Doll House. There are a lot of nods to the original text that you will appreciate.

Don't see it if you hate comedies. It seems from the outside that it will be serious, due to the text its a continuation of. But it is not.

Midtown W
Ambitious, Great acting, Exquisite, Thought-provoking

See it if you like period pieces, that tackle religion.

Don't see it if don't like shows that try and be political, such as "Cabaret". Another flaw of the show is it becomes very repetitive after a while.

Overrated, Cheesy, Entertaining

See it if you like jut-box musicals, and want to leave the theatre humming and singing the songs.

Don't see it if you are going for plot and acting, both will disappoint you.

Absorbing, Enchanting, Exquisite, Intense, Epic

See it if you like puppetry, and the stereotypical Disney theatrical magic.

Don't see it if you don't like shows that drain a lot of energy from you, and leave you tired.

Peer Gynt
East Village
Intelligent, Great acting, Disappointing, Slow, Resonant

See it if you are a frequent theatre goer.

Don't see it if You want something light that you don't have to think about, and try really hard to follow the story.

War Paint
Midtown W
Delightful, White-male feminism, Disappointing, Slow, Great one-liners

See it if you want to see Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole kill it on stage, as always.

Don't see it if you hate when a man trys to explain the hardships of women in business to you. With songs that should have ended 20 years to late.

Wicked (NYC)
Midtown W
Absorbing, Clever, Overrated, Great staging, Entertaining

See it if you have family and friends in town, who have money. Also if you like special effects.

Don't see it if you hate big broadway musicals, which are self aware.

Seven Spots on the Sun
West Village
Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Entertaining, Clever, Great staging

See it if You want to see good theatre in a intimate space. It uses the stage really well, and all the actors kill it onstage, for the most part.

Don't see it if if you hate the breaking of the 4th wall, a slow and a bit confusing beginning, shows that tackle war, and a copout ending.

Significant Other
Midtown W
Delightful, Clever, Funny, Great acting, Romantic

See it if you like pieces comprised of monologues and strong acting.

Don't see it if you find it hard to follow shows where actors tackle more then one character.

Absorbing, Enchanting, Entertaining, Quirky, Character-based

See it if you want to watch a play with interesting characters, high energy, and fun music.

Don't see it if you want a strong plot and hate shows the fourth wall.

Delightful, Fluffy

See it if you have an old relative in town, who wants to see an old fun musical (with a nostalgic feel).

Don't see it if you hate jukebox musicals.

Waitress (NYC)
Midtown W
Fluffy, Indulgent, Great staging, Clever, Disappointing

See it if you want a fun/visually appealing rom-com type show, that will bring a tear to your eye.

Don't see it if If you hated the resent "Finding Neverland" or "Pippin", director Diane Paulus literally copy and paste her formula from these two shows.