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 It's original and worth seeing. I wanted to like it more than I did. I think I was expecting more. It's a sad and depressing play and lea
Don't see it if If you don't like historic plays about the depression and how people manage to merger out an existence. This play is one to skip.
See it if You want to hear some fresh interpretations of Dylan songs.
Don't see it if You're expecting a riveting piece of art. The plot was boring and though the songs were highlights, it wasn't enough to keep me entertained
See it if You love Dylan's music re-interpreted. Can't wait for the cast album. Excellent singing
Don't see it if you want even the tiniest bit of hope about life. Couldn't be more depressing. Desperate in freezing cold Minn. -- lot sof them dying.
See it if you have an open mind and want to see genius staging, acting, singing and story line. The characters are extremely well developed
Don't see it if you are expecting a jukebox musical. The score sets more of a mood than integrates with the istory.
See it if You adore Bob Dylan's songs and music. If you enjoy realism one moment with fantasy and mystery the next.
Don't see it if You do not like plays about poverty, death, and adultery.
See it if The voices are excellent, interesting staging most of the actors were good
Don't see it if Did not think the music fit the story and the story did not move forward well. Disappointed in the show
See it if You want to hear some of Bob Dylan’s songs in a musical with a strong story line Along with some serious themes.
Don't see it if You do not like the music of Bob Dylan or plays that have some serious themes.
See it if you love Bob Dylan's music and are moved by a collage-style view of the plights of people living under difficult circumstances.
Don't see it if you need songs to reflect the exact experience of the characters who are singing them. The poetic license ultimately pays off hauntingly.
See it if Mare Winningham & others- great. Songs often creative & beautiful, good singers, but too many in SAME mushy style, no bite, frustrating!
Don't see it if Didn't even sing most of Girl From the North Country! Unrealized potential. Challenging to create story from these songs!
See it if You enjoy seeing something new. This is a beautiful show. Bob Dylan’s music arranged masterfully to a story set in Depression era
Don't see it if You like sugary musicals or theater based on movies. Otherwise, I think everyone should see this piece!
See it if Beautiful treatment of Bob Dylan's work -- some of the earlier, more obscure songs. Great acting. Absorbing story of the depression.
Don't see it if You only want to hear Dylan work as he, or well known covers, perform it. You want fast moving action. This is a quiet play.
See it if You love Dylan's music & won't mind a weak and in certain ways cliched plot. The playwright is Irish & misrepresents America's racial past.
Don't see it if You are looking for a great play that showcases Dylan's songs. The music is stellar, the play less so.
See it if you want an interesting play and use of Bob Dylan's music. Although the writing was somewhat cliched, it really takes off with the music
Don't see it if you are expecting a concert of Bob Dylan songs.
See it if you are familiar with Bob Dylan music, you’re looking for a cross between a play and a musical
Don't see it if you want lighter fare that’s energetic and happy, you don’t enjoy bleak Depression-era stories, you prefer intricate story lines
See it if you love the plays of Conor McPherson and Bob Dylan’s songs, and are interested in seeing two disparate artistic visions working together.
Don't see it if you are only interested in mindless musicals.
See it if The music and singing were beautiful and astonishing. The arrangements were lovely and when they were singing the show was wonderful.
Don't see it if But the play seemed jammed in and didn’t coalesce into one thing. The stories were melodramatic and some of the acting was with a capital A.
See it if You like Dylan and want to see a new and creative take on his music brilliantly interpreted by a (mostly) younger generation.
Don't see it if You don't like Bob Dylan, you enjoy upbeat, conventional musicals,
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 You like shows in the vein of Once and The Band’s Visit. However know those two are far superior to this production.
Don't see it if You value dramaturgical consistency and have a good grasp on common sense. Most of this show is nonsense.
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 Great cast and Bob Dylan.
Don't see it if The book was really bad. I EXPECTED A LOT and had to fight falling asleep. I did not like the story or characters. AWFUL!
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.