Director Alexandra Spencer-Jones’ adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ landmark 1962 novel comes from London to New World Stages with its original star Jonno Davies as Alex. More…
'A Clockwork Orange' lures audiences into a glass-edged, testosterone-filled underworld of a dystopian future. The explosive story of little Alex and his rebellious gang of Droogs is a groundbreaking classic of orgiastic ultra-violence and sexuality. As hauntingly relevant today as when Burgess’ book was first published, 'A Clockwork Orange' is an unapologetic celebration of the human condition.
See it if You were a fan of the book or the Kubrick film. Knowing the story will help with the language of the play. A very handsome cast.
Don't see it if You want something exciting & creative. The bar was set high and was let down in a big way. I wanted more but cast did not deliver.
See it if You Have very low expectations. This production is definitely much worse than the movie/book.
Don't see it if You liked both the book and the movie. This adaptation is amateurish at best and the acting/dancing is totally forgettable. Just don’t go!
See it if You like hot musclebound guys showing off. (but that's the only thing that will keep your attention...)
Don't see it if you are interested in a plot. Go to a Chippendale show instead.
See it if Creative choreography, violent behavior, great men's abs.
Don't see it if If you compare it to 70's film, which was incredible. Dislike men taking on woman's roles. Could not understand this new language.
See it if You like good looking men showing off their bodies
Don't see it if For any reason other than the lead male. He gives an amazing performance but everything else pales in comparison
See it if You enjoy Beethoven, seriously.
Don't see it if You value your time, enjoy understanding the dialogue, like milk, or the color orange, because they will forever be soiled by this turd.
See it if You love deep British accents, hunky men without shirts, and a very confusing plot.
Don't see it if You have absolutely anything better to do for 90 minutes.
See it if you don’t have access to the internet and this is the only way you could see shirtless men.
Don't see it if you have any sense of dignity.
See it if you are a Clockwork Orange completist, I guess? Or if you want to see gorgeous guys with their shirts off and you don't care about the rest.
Don't see it if You value substance over style.
See it if the 90 minutes of semi-naked boys "acting" was only upstaged by folks leaving during the performance....a long 90 minutes
Don't see it if British poor man's accents are hard to take and understand. The pop songs are odd but entertaining unlike the rest of the show.
See it if you don't have access to the film. It was confusing with boring dialogue The choreographed fight sequences were silly.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy hunky guys in spandex shouting with British accents and jumping about on stage .
See it if You want to see a homo-erotic ballet where the content could be explained in a paragraph of English but was 90 minutes of jibberish
Don't see it if if you are offended by or disinterested in being in the Gay Men's Locker Room for an hour and a half
See it if I really can only recommend the shirtless bodies in the show. I couldn't understand the dialect...I cared nothing for any character in it.
Don't see it if You like to understand the words in the script. You don't like attractive shirtless men. You are forced to sit in chairs on the stage.
See it if you want a homo-erotic Magic Mike version of A Clockwork Orange.
Don't see it if you love the book or movie. Chippendale ballet aside, the play is confusing, random, and does nothing special with the source material.