My Name's Not Indian Joe
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My Name's Not Indian Joe
77

My Name's Not Indian Joe NYC Reviews and Tickets

77%
(40 Reviews)
Positive
88%
Mixed
12%
Negative
0%
Members say
Great singing, Ambitious, Entertaining, Thought-provoking, Relevant

About the Show

In this new musical, a young Texas woman and a homeless Native American man strike up an unexpected friendship. Directed by Emmy Award winner Don Scardino and starring Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis.


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75
Ambitious, Disappointing, Great singing, Thought-provoking, Resonant

See it if Davis' beautiful songscape is affectionate, poignant & melancholy as well as expertly sung But more autobiographical than politically adroit

Don't see it if The chaotic book is both naive & misguided Indian Joe's adversity story is sacrificed for Davis' "growing pains" saga & often looses empathy

80
Absorbing, Great singing, Refreshing, Great music, Entertaining

See it if Like music for alot of the show is music. As for the story it was good.

Don't see it if Hate music, small theater, but seat are comfortable and not alot of leg room.

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