Amy Heckerling takes us back to 90s Beverly Hills with this musical version of her beloved film "Clueless," a modern spin on Jane Austen’s "Emma." More…
With her singular voice, she gives us a score that reimagines 90s hits into parodies and yearning monologues for her lovesick characters. Director Kristin Hanggi ("Rock of Ages") and choreographer Kelly Devine ("Come from Away") drive this fresh take on the story of Cher, a girl so psychotically optimistic she can’t see that her bungling attempts at playing Cupid disguise her own fashion-plated isolation.
See it if you can't get enough of the movie, but it's no longer fresh & charming. Fast paced, well executed, fun dancing. Strong cast (saw understudy)
Don't see it if you want good lyrics; these are embarrassing. Still, gd voices/band. Will be gd for high sch/college prodns. Disappting, but entertaining.
See it if You are a fan of the movie; enjoy stories set in High School; like music from the 90's. I thought this was a lot of fun! Great dancing too!
Don't see it if If you want challenging theater or want something more than just entertainment. It's a fun time.
See it if *Dancing *Costumes *Nostalgia *Small theater. Not a Sound of Music or My Fair lady but our expectations were met.Swing Katie Goffman ALSO
Don't see it if Many youngsters in the audiences were quite upset re;. No Dove Cameron. New group must find a way to notify ticket holders early. ALSO
See it if You enjoyed the movie, and just want a fun night out with silly songs and enthusiastic singers & dancers. Take yourself back to high school.
Don't see it if You expect elaborate sets, melodrama, Evan Hansen, and a full scale musical.
See it if you like exuberant musicals. Cast is young and fresh.Very talented and enthusiast.Choreo is terrific but it is all the same dance.No variety
Don't see it if you want something new. It's basically Mean Girls, but without Tina Fey's wit or the brilliant staging and choreo of that show.
See it if you love the film and 90's music. Light silly energetic fun.
Don't see it if you're looking for anything original, including music. The "score" is re-purposed pop songs with updated lyrics - a bit awkward and cheesy.
See it if you’d enjoy a nostalgic trip to the 1990’s, or are a fan of one or more of the many popular musical theater actors in this cast.
Don't see it if you have high expectations for the score. They literally just added cheesy lyrics to 90s tunes.
See it if You are a fan or have never seen the movie.New lyrics are added to well known songs. The cast is energetic,with great singing and dancing.
Don't see it if This type of musical doesn't appeal to you. Prior experience with the movie may enhance your enjoyment of the musical components.
See it if You just want to have fun. Everyone on stage is and so is the very young audience made up of preteens through Millennials.
Don't see it if You dislike 90s music, which I didn't know from boo. The lyrics are original to the show and very funny.
See it if you are a 90s kid. This is 100% nostalgia, from the music to the story, to the iconic lines.
Don't see it if you don't know Clueless or 90s music/culture. I don't think it would be fun or funny without that background.
See it if you know who Dove Cameron is and you want to see her on stage; great dance numbers are enough for you; you are a teenager
Don't see it if you want something profound; you don't like exaggerated high school characters
See it if Dove Cameron SHINES in her NYC stage debut as Cher; casting, cast chemistry, singing and dancing chops uplift with a handful of scenes
Don't see it if ROCK OF AGES creatives have a more difficult time managing tone and humor; many awkward scene endings; more song misses due to new lyrics
See it if You loved the film, you love the 90's,you like energetic fluff and talented actors being very entertaining.
Don't see it if It's a musical about entitled kids in Southern California. All the pluses could also be seen as minuses. It's escapism, but in a nice way.
See it if you loved the movie. Incorporates virtually intact all the humor of the film plus dance numbers / song. Teens, especially girls, love it.
Don't see it if you did not care for the movie. This does not break new ground.
See it if you love the movie. I found it very entertaining with the interesting twist of using new lyrics for songs that everyone will recognize.
Don't see it if you are expecting something new. Or you don't like musicals. I usually don't but I enjoyed the energy and creativity of this show.
See it if You enjoy a high energy cast and get 90s music references.
Don't see it if You are a fan of the movie and expect the same level of chemistry and nuance - it feels rather flat and forced on stage.
See it if you love the classic movie - its almost word for word with parody songs of all the classics from the film!
Don't see it if you're looking for original music - this is more parody musical than new musical
See it if You want a fun show that doesn't take itself seriously and doesn't insult the audience either. You appreciate good choreography.
Don't see it if You want it to be as rich and moving as the film. You don't like song parodies.
See it if As if I had a clue. Decent, at times funny musical, interesting how words to songs were rewritten to fit the show. Brown, Cameron fine jobs.
Don't see it if Looking for something special. If fine work by cast is not enough. Young in audience seemed to love it.
See it if If you remember the movie fondly, enjoy pop musicals, 90's music, want fluffy entertainment & fun time, talented cast, great singing.
Don't see it if you don't like the film, don't care for 90's music, you want well written original music, this was okay lyrics set to fun familiar 90s hits