"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 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 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 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 love Meatloaf and want to hear his best hits on stage. The performances are fantastic all around and the show is very entertaining.
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional musical. It is more concert than musical and the book is very weak and sometimes doesn't make sense.
See it if You like the songs.of Meatloaf, that is to say composer Jim Steinman, well sung.
Don't see it if You don't like: long operatic songs of teen-aged angst, silly futuristic plots that make little sense and rock concert choreography..
See it if You want to see a loud, crazy rock opera with some absolutely incredible vocal performances! This cast is impressive! The show blew me away!
Don't see it if You don’t want to hear some rock music really loud. This show is very, very loud. Some language and adult humor/situations.
See it if you have a thing for Meatloaf / love Steinman’s music. You’ll be in raptures with this show.
Don't see it if you can’t take loud sound effects (explosions, gunshots, the music itself), smoke, strobes, confetti-ish stuff flying at you (front orch)
See it if You are drawn to rock concerts, loud music, leather jackets and motorcycles. Though silly and inane, it is entertaining., especially
Don't see it if You hate loud music and muffled lyrics with mediocre acting. Meatloaf songs are the major draw and if you are turned off don’t see it
Also Meatloaf songs that dominate throughout. Great singing and staging.
See it if you love Meat Loaf songs, love fabulous voices on all the actors, and like surprises during the performance.
Don't see it if you are bothered by loud music, strobe lighting and those who don't always have their clothes on.
See it if you love meatloaf's music, like loud and high action, musicals, don't need much in the way of plot or likable characters
Don't see it if you don't like loud overblown musicals with little (and not very clear or compelling) plot
See it if you like the songs of Meat Loaf and want to hear them sung with the amazing voices of Lena Hall and cast. The singing makes the show.
Don't see it if you do not like the rock and Meat Loaf and are looking for a conventional musical. This is edgy, energetic, and pure rock and roll.
See it if you are a Jim Steinman fan. I am not, really. But friends wanted to go and I reluctantly agreed.
Don't see it if you loathe most jukebox musicals, as I do, and have never been a Meat Loaf fan.
See it if You enjoy amazing singing, great acting and you do not mind cliche plots about falling in love
Don't see it if You don't like strobing lights, sexual content and don't like cliche plots
See it if You like a rousing musical with great songs, dancing and staging.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a rock musical part Peter Pan/ part Romeo and Juliet.
See it if If you live Meatloaf music. The singing and dancing is great.
Don't see it if If you don't like the music or are looking for a bit of a less confusing storyline.
See it if You are in the mood for a rock opera, heavy metal, nostalgia, and Meatloaf (the singer, not dinner). If you want a loud, fun theatre night.
Don't see it if You want a meaningful, thoughtful, calm night at the theatre. This is not your father's musical ... Also, the words are often unclean....
See it if You enjoy Meatloaf music. If you love Lena Hall. If you are up for anything.
Don't see it if You want a straight up traditional broadway show. This is definitely something else.
See it if you're a fan of Jim Steinmen's music, this is a must. The actors sing the hell out of his songbook. You'll enjoy it more as a concert.
Don't see it if you don't like Meatloaf's music. The best thing about the show is the music. The story that ties all the songs together is weak.
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