The New York premiere of America’s longest running comedy is a whodunit set in a Hell's Kitchen hair salon, filled with up-to-the-minute humor and nail-biting suspense. More…
The set-up always remains the same, yet the script is rewritten to ensure the freshest, most relevant, even spontaneous humor—and a different ending every time. The audience plays along, too, questioning the suspects like a bona fide 'Sherlock Holmes,' as they try to solve the murder mystery down at the 'Shear Madness' salon.
See it if you want to have great fun and like audience participation. You'll leave feeling lighter.
Don't see it if you don't like any break in the forth wall and/or are ONLY interested in intellectual humor.
See it if you like a really funny whodunnit (like the movie Clue) and enjoy audience participation. It's a fun night out! Go with a group!
Don't see it if You take yourself or things too seriously, this is a fun show with sharp one liners performed by a talented cast.
See it if you like a lite, funny story, with good acting and a proven strong show. It is a fun show to go see and enjoy.
Don't see it if you don t like audience participation type shows.
See it if you want the bridge-and-tunnel experience. (This show is best left to community theater.) Or your TV broke & you're desperate for a sitcom.
Don't see it if you don't like audience participation; you expect an answer to the question, "Why is this one of the longest-running plays in the world?"
See it if you like sitcom-y jokes and pop culture references shoehorned into places they don't belong.
Don't see it if you have anything else to do for 2 hours.
See it if You like a fun whodunit, you want to be entertained, you want something breezy and light, you enjoy a little audience participation.
Don't see it if You want serious theater. This is purely light entertainment.
See it if You enjoy quick humor and action that doesn't let you catch your breath. Smart/funny actors deliver well while dealing with the audience.
Don't see it if You don't like audience participation or a broken fourth wall. Jokes are sometimes cringe-worthy or cliche. Go for fun, not brilliance.
See it if you want to laugh in spite of yourself at low denominator humor & absurd situations, & want the opportunity to determine the ending yourself
Don't see it if you think murder mystery is below your pay scale, you dislike audience participation & think you;ve seen this all before
See it if You enjoy a very quick witted cast in an interactive fun whodunit. They never break character. My 11 year old nephew loved it.
Don't see it if You don't care for any of the above.
See it if you want a whodunit with audience participation with funny one liners and performers who ham it up; a fun evening for a variety of ages
Don't see it if you want something intellectual or don't want the 4th wall broken; would be annoyed by some cliched jokes
See it if Banal, silly murder whodunnit that takes place in a hair salon; dated, worn, cliche jokes; audience participation felt like a gimmick.
Don't see it if You're looking for something with substance or you don't like audience participation.
See it if you enjoy improv. Strong cast, stays amazingly relevant to everyday current events. BUT, the jokes can be banal, sometimes provoking groans.
Don't see it if you don't like audience participation. They take you there, and THEN some. It was unexpected fun. Pay attention, there WILL be questions.
See it if I did not love it, found it a bit obvious and trite. Cast full of overblown enthusiasm. Seems it is just a job for the actors.
Don't see it if You want a good night at the theater.
See it if you'd enjoy a wildly talented cast and have a fun entertaining time. If you enjoy(ed) the game Clue, you'll appreciate this production.
Don't see it if you do not like audience participation or a "who done it." I enjoyed this show far more than I thought that I would.
See it if You want to laugh; you enjoy whodunits, interactive shows, and improvisation. If you want an even more ridiculous version of Edwin Drood.
Don't see it if You want to be a passive audience member, don't like whodunits or comedy, want something dramatic.