This new rock musical dramatizes master builder Robert Moses’s evolution from a young idealist to a power-insulated enemy of the people. Starring Constantine Maroulis ('Rock of Ages') as Robert Moses. More…
Seemingly impervious, Moses bulldozes without consequence on the road to complete his vision for the city. A staggering story of fantastic accomplishment and personal defeat intertwining intimate themes of love and loss with the great social issues that gripped the 20th century urban environment, 'Bulldozer' charts the rise and fall of one man, the young woman who loved him, and the great human toll that was paid to build the city we live in today.
See it if You want to learn about some of the impact that Robert Moses had on NYC and the politics surrounding his rise and fall.
Don't see it if You hope for a show with a heart. Most songs sound the same and are just biographies. Choreography is a mismatch too. Not much set.
See it if This is musical has alot of great singing voices with alot of ranges, with good music. The singing is excellent! as for the story so so.
Don't see it if If you want a talking not alot in this. You don't like musical. like musical.
Also I really enjoyed going to see this.
See it if you like a well staged and well sung show about Robert Moses. The songs are good and the performances excellent.
Don't see it if you like Robert Moses. This show concentrates more on the latter part of his life where he was criticized than his earlier successes.
See it if You love rock/folk musicals, you love Constantine & strong Broadway voices, you'd be intrigued by a true Robert Moses vs Jane Jacobs story.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.
See it if If you enjoy rock music, are a fan of Robert Moses or are ready to enjoy an interesting little musical with some NYC historical content.
Don't see it if you prefer elaborate staging, are not a fan of rock music or want more of a detailed Robert Moses biography.
See it if For NY this was a deaster, reaked of country twang.In depth research needed for a more accurate story.A musical ok,but drop the rock!
Don't see it if Don’t see if you do not like loud music and a thin inaccurate storyline.
See it if you enjoy Constantine Maroulis, Kacie Sheik, city planning, and/or shows w/unsympathetic protagonists. The performers exceed the material.
Don't see it if you want to like the lead character.
See it if you want to see one of the few--if only--discussion of Robert Moses that honestly portrays who this powerful yet flawed visionary was.
Don't see it if like most New Yorkers,you've become accustomed to understanding Moses as being tantamount to the devil or don't want to shake those beliefs.
See it if you want an entertaining, if light, bio-musical story of a major NYC influencer - Robert Moses. Staging was story appropriate.
Don't see it if you want a strong plot or lyrics. The music and lyrics were pretty forgettable, but the cast was good.
See it if you want to see a poorly written book with some great songs telling the rise and fall of Robert Moses in a show that is nicely acted & sung.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of stories that are bland and don't build up the characters through dialog and songs.
See it if you want good story about corrupted power, urban planning, and community organizing. Creative team worked hard to convey interesting tale.
Don't see it if you want perfectly assembled work. This is clearly a good story - albeit clumsily told with hit or miss folk-rock score. Good singing.
See it if You are interested in an intimate, new musical about Robert Moses.The cast of 5 all have great voices and do justice to the rock score.
Don't see it if Biographical musicals are not of interest to you. The characters and story line could have been better developed. The score has a mix of
See it if you want to hear some really great singing by entire cast, especially Constantine Maroulis. Overall production is not so good
Don't see it if singing and some fun scenes are not enough for you.
See it if great musical talent..musicians and singers--interesting- a concert - not truly " muscial" theater..
Don't see it if want a concrete easy to follow story line..don't like great music of mixed genres.Know or care nothing about Robert Moses-
See it if Jeremy Kushner was in this show for a week. He was the understudy and kicked ass. The music and story was not strong. The vocals: STRONG
Don't see it if You want a story told well and historically correct from all sides.
See it if Like new musicals with a history lesson. Small theatre that showcases GREAT talent. See it for the gem that is Molly Pope.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals or don't like to support new musicals.
See it if You like rock musicals, history of NYC and want to be entertained
Don't see it if You already know the story of Robert Moses and dont like musicals
See it if You're a fan of Constantine's or are interested in Robert Moses. Singing was fantastic, albeit a little too loud for such a small venue.
Don't see it if you're not interested in learning about Robert Moses or if you don't like musicals.
See it if Enjoy a fresh play, great songs & voices, short history on Moses, entertaining.
Don't see it if big music production, historical depth, mostly musical dialogue, minimal set
See it if You like great lighting, this is the shows best feature...Talent is good, but what they have to say and sing isn't.
Don't see it if Over amplification bothers you, stage fog (very light but still there) on from the minute you walk in till you run out at the end).
See it if you like rock concert-type shows, you are interested in Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs, you like the actors.
Don't see it if You dislike musicals, you want a plot, you want more insight into the history.
See it if you are interested in Robert Moses and/or city planning - the cast is also great (especially Molly Pope as Jane Jacobs)
Don't see it if you are not interested in NYC history/planning