Following a run at London’s Old Vic and a West End transfer, the new show from Olivier winner and Tony Award nominee Conor McPherson and music icon Bob Dylan makes its American premiere. More…
Dylan’s inimitable songbook is transformed into the story of a down-on-its-luck community on the brink of change in Duluth, Minnesota in 1934.
See it if You like beautiful staging and singing. You like dylan's songs. Decent story weaved into it.
Don't see it if You want amazing acting, or a fast paced story that will keep you on the edge. It is just good enough that you won't hate it.
See it if Depression-era drama built around Dylan songs appeals to you. Virtuosic ensemble doubles as musicians. Creative staging, strong performances
Don't see it if You don't like Dylan's music. You want a traditional, old-style musical. Don't like seeing struggling down-and-out characters on stage.
See it if You’re into seeing a concert during the Great Depression. Not much of a book but the singing,staging & lighting all create a haunting mood.
Don't see it if You are expecting a traditional musical where you get to clap after each song. Or you want to sing along to Dylan tunes.
See it if You are a true theatre lover of great ensemble acting beautiful moving music songs and dancers and characters you come to know andbelievein
Don't see it if But DO if u are not a lover of Bob Dylan and his music the singing musicians and orchestrations fit seamlessly into the story and this show
Also Ould not be missed- truly!
See it if You love Dylan music You like Dylan, but love listening to great singers You are ok with sad, at times depressing stories I saw in Toronto
Don't see it if You like your musicals to be up beat You like the songs in the musicals to advance the plot You don't like Dylan music
See it if Dylan songs as a back drop to a drama set during the Great Depression - yes it works. The cast turns in a "John Doyle" like performance.
Don't see it if If the Dylan songbook is not for you then the show is not for you.
See it if Of course if you ar a Dylan fan. But even if you aren’t the singers are fantastic and the songs are transcendent
Don't see it if You want to see a traditional uplifting musical with a linear plot. It’s pretty dark, but beautiful.
See it if You are a massive fan of Bob Dylan's music and are looking for something new and original on broadway. The music and performances are great
Don't see it if You are looking for a simple story or well integrated music. The first act was kind of all over the place, but the second was beautiful
See it if you're a fan of Bob Dylan music; you aren't too worried about plot; you like some depression era misery.
Don't see it if you're looking forward to seeing the title song featured in the performance. You prefer a tight story to follow.
See it if You're interested in a character-driven story. It is a musical, but feels more like a play with songs to underscore characters' emotions.
Don't see it if You're just in it for the Bob Dylan music--the show isn't about the songs, they just help tell the story.
See it if Hear Dylan’s songs in a new light. arrangements are incredible-I Want You brought me to tears. If it moves to Broadway, grab tickets
Don't see it if It takes place in depression era Minnesota. It’s not an up play
See it if I thought the singing and story line were great. The songs tied in very well with the story line. I would recommend it.
Don't see it if You don't understand the hardship of the depression. Also don't see if you don't like musicals
See it if you appreciate the resonance of Bob Dylan's music. The arrangements of songs across his entire career exemplifies his music's timelessness
Don't see it if you're looking for an upbeat jukebox musical with everyone happy in the end.
See it if you love Dylan's music, you can handle a show that is dark and moody, and you like innovative uses of music in a play.
Don't see it if you are expecting a show that is about Bob Dylan, or a traditional musical in which songs carry (rather than being accessories to) the story
See it if you are curious how a canon of work can be presented as a song cycle/ thematic story of a community during a specific era of history.
Don't see it if Standard musical theater (i.e. songs advance the plot) is your preference. This is more of a mood piece in its totality.
See it if Excellent use of 20 Bob Dylan songs by a very strong cast. Sad story of life's difficulties in hard times. Very well done
Don't see it if You are looking for exciting. This is thoughtful and rather slow.
See it if You can appreciate a wildly visionary interpretation of Bob Dylan songs. Superb cast and Mare Winningham shines. Sit close if you can.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of depression era themed plays and dislike Bob Dylan songs.
See it if you love Dylan and want to see great performances of his songs set in a fairly predictable story that showcases the music.
Don't see it if you object to a fairly predictable story with standard characters, or if you don’t like Dylan.
See it if you would like to see music woven into a musical in a unique way.
Don't see it if you like one main storyline. This weaves together snippets of the stories of people who have come together by chance for a short time.