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Interview: A New Musical
Midtown W

Interview: A New Musical NYC Reviews and Tickets

(62 Reviews)
Members say
Intense, Great acting, Confusing, Absorbing, Thought-provoking

About the Show

Double K Film & Theatre and Dimo Kim Musical Theatre Factory present a musical thriller about a psychologist, a criminal defendant, and a legal system that would stop at nothing to gain an alleged killer's confession.

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Member Reviews (62)

Entertaining, Ambitious, Confusing, Predictable, Dizzying

See it if You can get a free or almost free ticket. It's got some good points but they threw everything but the kitchen sink in there so it's muddled.

Don't see it if If you have to have a clear sharp show. This definitely needs some work but if you go in with that in mind you can see some great talent.

Absorbing, Great singing, Great staging, Intense, Everything works, except for the music

See it if You want to hear great voice & see tremendous performances, especially by Josh Bardier. You want an interesting, riveting story.

Don't see it if You go to musicals to hear great music: the music is discordant & droning.

Critic Reviews (1)

February 28th, 2017

“Convoluted, confusing and pointless, this overwrought tale of the psychological examination of a serial killer with multiple personalities might have made for an interesting dramatic thriller along the lines of ‘Agnes of God.’ Instead, ‘Interview: A New Musical,’ is a musical…Composer Soo Hyun Huh’s original music is a fine and eclectic assortment of modern melodies. The English lyrics are written by Bryan Michaels. The combined results are stilted and pedestrian."
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