Me and My Girl
Closed 2h 15m
Me and My Girl

Me and My Girl NYC Reviews and Tickets

(124 Ratings)
Members say
Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Great singing, Fluffy

About the Show

Encores! brings this delightfully old-fashioned musical comedy to New York for the first time in nearly 30 years, in a new staging starring Christian Borle ('Peter and the Starcatcher') and Laura Michelle Kelly ('Mary Poppins').

Read more Show less

Show-Score Member Reviews (124)

Sort by:
  • Default
  • Standing in our community
  • Highest first
  • Lowest first
  • Newest first
  • Oldest first
  • Only positive
  • Only negative
  • Only mixed
145 Reviews | 19 Followers
A rom-com lover's dream--with music.

See it if you like old-fashioned musical comedies with a little romance, lots of laughs...and the always entertaining Christian Borle.

Don't see it if you think most romantic comedies are just plain corny--and bad puns are even cornier. Read more

51 Reviews | 20 Followers
Enchanting, Funny, Great singing

See it if Delightful, funny musical about the follies of class—and who really has it

Don't see it if You don’t like fluff and word puns. Also, it was a limited run, so it’s closed

261 Reviews | 37 Followers
Delightful, Great singing, Hilarious, Must see

See it if You love musicals and like to have a good time. Revel in joyous dancing.

Don't see it if You are a bah-humbug.

783 Reviews | 149 Followers
Delightful, Funny, Great singing, Entertaining, Refreshing

See it if Classic musical comedy with great dancing and signing. You will laugh and have a great time. Good feeling show.

Don't see it if You don't like musical or classic.

559 Reviews | 286 Followers
Delightful, Entertaining, Enchanting, Funny

See it if you want to see some of the best dancing in town!! Warren Carlyle's choreography is astounding.

Don't see it if you do not like featherweight musicals. Read more

155 Reviews | 23 Followers
Delightful, Funny, Entertaining, Masterful, Romantic

See it if you enjoy wonderful musicals, great dancing and romance.

Don't see it if you never can be pleased.

273 Reviews | 36 Followers
Delightful, Entertaining, Great acting, Hilarious, Clever

See it if You like corny charming shows. The talented cast did a great job. City Center’s “Encores!” Is absolutely wonderful for musical theater fans.

Don't see it if You don’t like musicals.

77 Reviews | 92 Followers
Delightful, Hilarious, Entertaining, Great acting, Great singing

See it if You enjoy musicals that are fun, beautifully choreographed and funny.

Don't see it if You expect a drama.

Critic Reviews (19)

The New York Times
May 10th, 2018

"Its basic stupidity should have required a content advisory: Pay no attention to the story...Amid the Gilbert and Sullivan pastiches and dance band ditties, all serviceable but unremarkable, a few stand out...If nothing else, it’s fascinating to hear an ’80s interpretation of a ’30s musical idiom in Chris Walker’s orchestrations...Those orchestrations are played to the usual Encores! standard. The performances are perhaps a notch down...Mr. Carlyle’s staging is generally charming."
Read more

The Hollywood Reporter
May 10th, 2018

"The show demonstrates Encores' amazing ability to put together polished productions, featuring elaborate musical numbers, in just a few weeks...As usual, the music sounds glorious as performed by the Encores Orchestra under the musical direction of Rob Berman...Effectively streamlined by adapter John Weidman to two and a quarter hours, this 'Me and My Girl' is careful not to wear out its welcome...A delight from start to finish."
Read more

AM New York
May 10th, 2018

"It is nice to attend a feel-good show that leaves you at intermission with a smile on your face, a catchy tune in your head and a dance in your step...Director-choreographer Warren Carlyle misses no opportunity for showmanship, making production numbers as splashy as possible. He also deserves credit for the superb casting and getting the actors cast to gamely walk the fine line of being silly but sincere and not campy."
Read more

May 10th, 2018

"Theater at its silliest. And that's what Encores! does best...A delight from start to finish. Even when the book scenes teetered, Carlyle's staging smartly played to his actors' strengths...The 'Lambeth Walk' is the highlight of the show, the best production number of the season in New York City, and a perfect way for Encores! to conclude its first quarter-century. You won't be able to get it out of your head, but you won't want to, either."
Read more

May 11th, 2018

“The top-shelf company of musical comedy masters sure doesn't disappoint...One of the great pleasures of this mounting is that the stage is never lacking for talented performers who know how to delight an audience...Borle incorporates an acerbic Groucho-like delivery that bats every joke out of the park...Berman conducts the 27-member orchestra, with Walker’s orchestrations emphasizing the glorious period sound that's heavy on the strings and muted brass.”
Read more

Talkin' Broadway
May 10th, 2018

“Spritely and highly entertaining...An on-stage orchestra of 27 doing the honors under music director Berman's consistently dependable baton...As close to a full-scale treatment as you are likely to see this side of Broadway...Carlyle, who directs and choreographs, fills every song with crowd-pleasing dancing and clever staging, so that there is never a dull moment...A feast for the eye and ear, filled with top-notch performances.”
Read more

New York Stage Review
May 10th, 2018

"The estimable Christian Borle clowns his way through the evening with the style and panache of his predecessors...Matching him, slug for slug, is Harriet Harris...Director/choreographer Warren Carlyle outdoes himself in number after number...As a piece of stage material, let’s just say that 'Me and My Girl' is a worthy-enough affair buoyed by 'The Lambeth Walk' as well as a few other irrepressible numbers."
Read more

New York Stage Review
May 10th, 2018

"Delightful new staging...Scrumptious, tuneful trifle of a musical...I doubt that anyone who saw it would be disappointed with the star turns in this concert staging, or with the wit and whimsy director/choreographer Warren Carlyle has brought to it. Borle is one of those rare performers who can inhabit a character while suggesting a certain ironic detachment, where less comedically skilled or likable actors would stumble in this effort."
Read more