Generation Me (NYMF)
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Generation Me (NYMF)

Generation Me (NYMF) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(31 Ratings)
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Great singing, Relevant, Must see, Funny, Absorbing

About the Show

Part of the New York Musical Festival: This new musical explores the heartbreak, confusion, and survivor’s guilt of those left behind after a teen's suicide.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (31)

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91 Reviews | 19 Followers
Delightful, Great acting, Great singing, Quirky, Great characters

See it if You want to see a good telling of teenage issues. Enjoy seeing new talent.

Don't see it if Triggered by suicide, self harm, rape and domestic abuse. Don't want flashbacks to highschool. Also story takes place in flashbacks. Read more

318 Reviews | 61 Followers
Cliched, Entertaining, Funny, Relevant, Quirky

See it if You liked "Dear Evan Hansen" or "Saved by the Bell". Youthful, but, can be enjoyed by older. Just over 2 hours, with intermission. Mixed bag

Don't see it if You hate musicals. Cliched middle America high school setting. Suicide. Told in flashback. Humor mixed in, with grief. Worth the $

279 Reviews | 202 Followers
Ambitious, Entertaining, Intelligent, Intense, Explaining teen age angst

See it if You like musicals, are disturbed by growing #s of teen suicide, want to have a sense of teen to teen cruelty. And good performances, music.

Don't see it if You want a big stage, lavish costume show. You want a happy subject, nothing as disturbing as reel teen age suffering.

605 Reviews | 145 Followers
Relevant, Ambitious

See it if Much better than the 2014 Fringe NYC production. A relatively realistic portrayal of teen angst.

Don't see it if You have a problem with a show badly in need of a better choreographer. You believe teen "problems" cannot excuse mistreating others.

206 Reviews | 25 Followers
Relevant, Intelligent, Intense, Good acting, Good singing

See it if you like shows are not always lighthearted and deal with teenagers and the issues that affect them in a serious way

Don't see it if you don't like shows that deal with heavy topics like teenage suicide.

48 Reviews | 9 Followers
Absorbing, Clever, Entertaining, Funny, Masterful

See it if If you want to be inspired and moved and if you love new, fresh theatre with wonderful music. If you have any young people in your life.

Don't see it if No reason not to see it! Don't miss it!!

42 Reviews | 5 Followers
Absorbing, Well paced, Character driven, Lively, Provocative

See it if you appreciate subjectivity in how teens perceive themselves and others and the and immediacy of those years. And juxtaposed timelines.

Don't see it if you prefer straight forward, chronological storytelling (my companion complained of being confused). He also thought it cliched - I didn't

40 Reviews | 12 Followers
Great acting, Great singing, Thought-provoking, Relevant, Ambitious

See it if You are looking for musical insight to teenage drama that includes difficult issues. Kickoff talks about friendship, suicides, relationships

Don't see it if Issues of bullying, cutting, teen sexual mores, and suicide are triggers. The difficult subjects need a talk Back session.

Critic Reviews (4)

July 30th, 2017

"'Generation Me' is absolute perfection in its ability to prove how kindness and cruelty are of the same unfortunate hand...It has every right to boast of a beautifully heartbreaking story...This show is so amazing because it brings to the audience characters that are slaves to their feelings, which in turn give them permission to remain shrouded in their own delusions...Honestly, what a beautiful show to see. The entire stunning...Really, kudos to everyone."
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Theatre is Easy
July 29th, 2017

"An emotionally gripping musical...It’s a gripping, if common tale of parental abuse, romantic confusion, and a perceived betrayal by someone once considered a close friend. There’s tragedy here, and pathos...It not only works, it works well. First, the cast members...are uniformly excellent...The music sidesteps clichés to address compelling themes...Thought-provoking and sobering."
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Times Square Chronicles
July 30th, 2017

"Manheim holds his own in a lead role, but the standouts here are Nightingale and Ronson-Benenati as the two girls who affect Milo’s world...The book, lyrics, and music are powerful and touching...The music is energetic, with emotional solos that cut...Warren does a great job keeping his young cast fresh and layered. Montoya’s balletic choreography is done well...A show that needs to play in the junior high and high school levels so that kids no longer feel so alone."
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Nitelife Exchange
August 3rd, 2017

“Gripping, powerful stuff…Rings true as very moving drama, especially in the final scenes that are often wrenching. This painful payoff is earned via palpable, gutsy emotional currency in the writing, staging, and some excellent, convincing acting…Ryan Warren’s direction is well paced…There’s not a weak link among these cast members…Inventive material that presents teen characters with respect, dignity, and three-dimensionality.”
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