See it if You’re a fan of any level-mild to super geek-you will find this engaging and fun. Lots of great costumes and content too.
Don't see it if You’ve not seen the movies...most if not all of them at the very least at a minimum. The more Star Wars you know the funnier it will be.
See it if If you like star wars series, the movies of star wars, you will like this. Has good humor too it
Don't see it if A no frills show that if you did not watch series or the star wars movies, a lot of it will get away from you.
Score: 85%. "Written by Elizabeth Ann Foster From the moment you turn into an alcove and enter St. Luke's theatre it is fun. Fellow theatre goers are dressed in Star Wars gear including the iconic Princess Leia hair style. It felt like you were at a private party. Last time I was at St. Luke's Theatre was […]"
"The set-up is admittedly rather silly, but in a format reminiscent of a 1970s variety show, the frame allows for some clever songs (by Billy Reece) and sketches. The best are those that merge Broadway musical kitsch with 'Star Wars' in-jokes...Not everything in the show works, and a whiff of tediousness and desperation occasionally creeps into the proceedings."
“For ‘Star Wars’ fans who liked the music in the cantina scene and need a fix until the next movie is out...The story moves along at a pretty quick pace under the direction of Michael and Tom D’Angora, although I would have been okay with trimming the characters' backstories. And Billy Recce has crafted many winning songs. I especially liked the rap, which is the perfect way to enjoy the three prequels without having to actually watch them.”
"This fun, light-hearted show provides lots of laughs and entertainment for all...This show is an irreverent tribute to the entire ‘Star Wars’ franchise, where nothing is sacred or off limits for parody, yet done so with a loving hand...The prequels are even brilliantly presented through a parody of one of Broadway’s greatest hits...The cast members are terrific...A well-executed professional production of an amateur cosplay show. I thought it was brilliant.”