"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 the songs made famous by Meat Loaf. The over-the-top treatment of them in this show make for some unforgettable, powerful moments.
Don't see it if you don't like Meat Loaf, rock music, or want a coherent and plausible storyline. Plot-wise, this is more of a jukebox musical.
See it if you are a fan of Meatloaf and the Bat out of hell album. The staging and singing were great. The show is a futuristic Peter Pan! More Below:
Don't see it if not a fan of the album. The story and lyrics could be confusing. The show is also very long so not for everyone. Read below for more.
See it if You love the album and the songs. I knew more of the songs than I thought.
Don't see it if Make no mistake, this show is LOUD. If you are not at least familiar with the album, you probably won't like the show.
See it if You love music by Jim Steinman, want to see a wild and crazy show that is more of a showcase for the songs than a traditional musical.
Don't see it if You need a show with a believable plot, or are more interested in content than spectacle.
See it if You love Meat Loaf and want to hear his songs live badly enough to sit through this dreadful excuse for a musical.
Don't see it if You value coherence or character development. You don’t want cliches shouted in your face for 2.5 hours. It’s laughably bad but also so LONG
See it if You enjoy Meatloaf's music with a great story about an underworld where you remain 18 foreverDancing, cast super Staging stupendous
Don't see it if If you don't like Meatloaf or netherworld stories
See it if you want to see what would happen if Hadestown and Peter Pan had a baby while on meth
Don't see it if you are there for anything other than the music...the plot is trite, the dialogue laughable
See it if you know and love all the music and wouldn't mind paying for a ticket just to hear things with your eyes closed
Don't see it if you care at all about plot or presentation. some of the worst choreography I've ever seen and nothing made sense.
See it if you're a Meatloaf fan; you enjoy "first love" stories about characters from different sides of the track; loud music is your thing
Don't see it if you hate Meatloaf's music; you're dead-set against the jukebox musical; you want a plot about characters who really should be together
See it if You love Meat Loaf music and great singing. Lena Hall and all the actors are amazing singers!
Don't see it if You want to see a good story with a strong story line. The story is very odd and nonsensical at times.
See it if you know and love the music. There are stunning vocal performances, but no coherent plot. The empty seats after intermission told the story.
Don't see it if plot, staging, and acting are important to you. This show is a rock concert, not more. The dancing is athletic but adds little to the tale..
See it if you like rock musicals, Meat Loaf/Jim Steinman’s music, and want to see a totally committed and talented cast
Don't see it if if you’d prefer to see a non-jukebox musical and or aren’t the biggest rock music fan
See it if You love the songs of Jim Steinman and/or Meat Loaf and hearing great singers perform them. You can tolerate a weak, confusing plot.
Don't see it if You are looking for character development, dramatic tension or a plot that makes sense.
See it if love dancing, and amazing voices. Add points for Meatloaf fans. Andrew Pollec is a superstar! What a voice!!!!!
Don't see it if LOUD music , strobes and flashing lights bother you, you don't like Meatloaf's music.
See it if you want to see all featured actors sing amazingly-best cast of singers I have seen. Andrew Polec is a show-stopper. This is a rock concert
Don't see it if you don't like the music; and the hand-held camera is annoying-ditch it. The story is lame; but the music-glorious; the singing incredible.
See it if you want to hear Meatloaf hits/epic Steinman songs sung beautifully by talented performers, gorgeous voices, you don't need a strong plot.
Don't see it if you hate jukebox musicals w/ songs strung thru weak plot, this is more a series of music videos than musical, not a Steinman/Meatloaf fan
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