See it if you want to see a revival of a lost musical from the 1970's. Great score by Cy Coleman and witty lyrics by Dorothy Fields.
Don't see it if you want to see a larger-than-life musical performed on a small stage.
See it if if you're interested in Broadway shows from that era, or just Cy Coleman in general. This is RARELY done--not great but worthy.
Don't see it if you're expecting a full production or if you have already seen a good version of this. It's done on a very small stage.
"J2 Spotlight Musical Theater Company Commences Premiere Season With 'SEESAW': The 1973 Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields and Michael Bennett musical is energetically done on a small scale."
"Although...Schneider who staged this show has given it a vigorous production and cast a delightful Gittel in Stephanie Israelson, he is unable to disguise the show's flaws. He is not helped by the trite, derivative choreography by Caitlin Belcik for a show that is mainly dance."
Score: 87%. "Written in 1973, the musical 'Seesaw' takes us back to a moment of great uncertainty in New York City's history. The musical tells a love story of contrasts - country boy and city girl, and, in retrospect, the dichotomy between a time of innocence and a city in dire need."