Heist! NYC Reviews and Tickets

(13 Reviews)
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Funny, Entertaining, Clever, Hilarious, Great writing

About the Show

This world premiere musical comedy about breaking into show business centers around a ragtag team as they attempt the biggest con Broadway has ever seen.

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Funny, Great staging, Intelligent

See it if A very entertaining show that had some good songs and good actors. Had some good humor and good camp between actors.

Don't see it if If you dont like campy musicals. The ending with yevgeny was stupid and not believable.

Entertaining, Fluffy, Funny, Fun, Silly

See it if You want a cute, light musical filled with hijinx, it was entertains and easy.

Don't see it if You want a high end production or don’t like fluffy musicals.

Critic Reviews (2)

August 23rd, 2018

"What's missing from the nondescript music is originality, soul or spirit, and the same can be said about the book. Under the guidance of director James Will McBride, the cast, however, features some strong performances. In addition to Bober, Irion, and Sabulis, these include especially the red-haired Claire Leyden as Cynthia--with a strong, soprano, operatic voice-- and alto Blair Medina as Patricia, who plays the 'Femme Fatale' in 'Three Card Monte.'"
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August 17th, 2018

"The basics are there: decent plot, some good songs, a strong sense of what is being spoofed...McBride keeps the piece moving along at a perfect clip and helps his performers find that silly-musical-comedy sweet spot of overacting just the right amount...The music is somewhat generic, which is fine for a spoof, but it would have been nice to have a little more individuality...The cast is also quite strong, with some excellent voices and dancing...A silly, entertaining, fun evening."
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