"Bat Out of Hell" brings to life the legendary anthems of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf, in a production that combines the magic of a musical, with the immense energy of rock 'n' roll. More…
Join Strat, the forever young leader of rebellious gang ‘The Lost’, as he falls in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the tyrannical ruler of post-apocalyptic Obsidian. Featuring Meat Loaf’s iconic hits including "I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)," "It’s All Coming Back To Me Now," and "Paradise By The Dashboard Light."
See it if You like Meatloaf's music well sung. You are up for lighthearted fun.
Don't see it if The plot concept is eye-rollingly silly. But the music and talent make up for it. Especially Lena Hall who practically steals the show.
See it if You are a fan of the music. The music and the singing were amazing, especially Lena Hall.
Don't see it if You dislike the music. Also, many scenes and songs seemed to go on for too long. The show could definitely benefit from some editing.
See it if Great singing and staging. The music of meatloaf is a fun show with a weak storym
Don't see it if If you want a play or a musical with a better plotline to it. Plot is weak at best.
See it if you're nostalgic for Steinman's catchy, bombastic, epic songs & want to hear them well-sung by a hell-bent, indefatigable, beleaguered cast.
Don't see it if a deafening, gyrating, bloated, fustian, dystopian, Peter Pan-meets-Rocky Horror-meets-Mad Max rock-n-roll melodrama does not appeal to you.
See it if Powerful singing from OUR TIME. Innovative staging.Meatloaf is real again Great idea to keep some of the UK talent too..
Don't see it if Not sure if the videos work. Divided opinion in our group. Rock n Roll has to be in your head City Center is huge..
See it if Raucous, over-the-top evening fueled by energetic ensemble, imaginative visuals & a Steinman/Meatloaf score Evening's stars are Dean & Hall
Don't see it if A hot mess of a show Book (of sorts) references Shakespeare, Peter Pan, Greek mythology & a dystopian teenage wasteland 2nd act too lengthy
See it if You’d love a dystopian acid trip of a musical that doesn’t make much sense, but which is a campy spectacle.
Don't see it if You loathed Dance of the Vampires.
See it if you love Meat Loaf's music. There's a lot great singing and interesting use of the huge City Center stage.
Don't see it if you are interested in a realistic story with a logical plot line. The dialog is stilted and the characters tend toward stock cliches.
See it if Love high energy musicals with superb cast and great singing. Not one weak link in the cast.
Don't see it if You prefer documentary theater instead.
See it if You are a Meat Loaf fan who loves loud rock music sung by incredible actors, including the incomparable Lena Hall. Plot is pointless.
Don't see it if You never heard of Meat Loaf, want a coherent plot, a tightly edited musical, comforting melodies, and non-raunchy behavior.
See it if You’re a Meatloaf fan. Visually Interesting from grand tier seats
Don't see it if You’re looking for a great story. If you’re not a fan of the music this probably isn’t for you.
See it if a fan of Jim Steinman's music &/or Meat Loaf, performed by a cast of terrific singers. Some funny moments.
Don't see it if you want a story that makes sense; music that is not deafening; subtlety; better staging & choreography.
See it if you like loud and over the top rock music with glaring light show effects then this is for you,
Don't see it if you have any respect and love for the American musical stay away. The audience was laughing in all the wrong places. Just a mess.
See it if you want to enjoy an evening of well-sung pop/rock hits from a talented cast.
Don't see it if you need a compelling or at least coherent protagonist/storyline. In the lead, Andrew Polec does the most w/the least comprehensible role.
See it if You enjoy great music with amazing effects and incredibly talented cast. Story was weird but with music like this who cares?
Don't see it if You hate rock music.
See it if you want to see a different type of jukebox musical that's a bit more imaginative, strange, & edgy than the typical fare, though imperfect.
Don't see it if uncomfortable / offended by some sexuality--in good fun here, mostly; you dislike the use of video screens ; not a fan of Meat Loaf’s music.
See it if you're a fan of Meatloaf or rock music of the 80's. It felt like we were at a rock concert a lot of the time. Good choreography.
Don't see it if You want a "theatre" production. This is a rock concert with dialogue. It's all over the place.
See it if You are a fan of Meat Loaf and enjoy his songs. The singing is very good and the performances are entertaining but absolutely no plot.
Don't see it if You want a show that has some direction and makes sense.
See it if enjoy Meatloaf music in a loud over-the-top show. love 80s music.
Don't see it if need a better/coherent story line, need better staging and choreography. not into big hair and cheesy then skip this.
See it if You are satisfied with totally boring, ridiculous, book, another Mad Max wanna be. If you arfe happy hearing songs you know and love ruined
Don't see it if You love, like, care at all about the original music, still remember Meatloaf's voice. Saw it Friday night, the mezzanine was 25% occupied!