The York revives this musical comedy where a reporter gets a new point of view when she goes undercover to get the scoop on an unusual group of New Yorkers: well-dressed homeless people sleeping in the NYC subway system. More…
'Subways Are for Sleeping' tells the tale of Angie, a reporter sent to get the scoop on a segment of NYC society that lives by their own rules. Going undercover, Angie learns how the carefree other half lives and begins to see there might be another way to experience the world.
The Musicals in Mufti Series presents three to five concert revival readings of underappreciated Broadway musicals for 10 performances each. "Mufti" means "in everyday clothes, without all the trappings of a large production," and each show is presented script-in-hand, with minimal staging
See it if you can get to the York. Everything gels: acting, singing, script, lyrics, tunes, staging. SAFS is dated, but who cares? It's delightful.
Don't see it if you need a good plot; this is silly, contrived. But charming characters & terrific songs.Strong performances. Did I mention, it's delightul?
See it if you'd like to see a rarely performed show with some great Jules Styne tunes, eager, enthusiastic cast overcoming odd,dated book,
Don't see it if you expect a fully staged production, not attracted to musical about the "quality" unemployed/homeless living temporarily on subways
See it if you want to see a truly bizarre golden age musical performed expertly, especially by Alyse Alan Louis and Eric William Morris.
Don't see it if a staged reading doesn't interest you. There's very little staging, and some moments really suffer for that.
See it if You appreciate Mufti productions with no frills and have always wondered about the show
Don't see it if You are expecting full tilt costumes and sets and have no curiosity about this score
See it if you want to hear a great Jule Styne score with clever Comden/Green lyrics.
Don't see it if you need to see a big, polished work. Actors are on book here, but they manage some terrific acting--even while connected to music stands.
See it if you like musicals; you enjoy the Mufti series; you like Jule Styne's work; you like intimate theater; you didn't get to see the original
Don't see it if for some reason you need a big, splashy Broadway musical
See it if A fun cast brings this mufti musical to life again with a charming score and music that bounces along with this serious story.
Don't see it if You may find this musical a bit dated and the subject about people on the edge sleeping in the subway a turn off.
See it if you want to see a well acted rarely produced musical with good songs by a famous composer, Jule Styne.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals that deal with serious subjects in a somewhat light way.
See it if you love musicals. Eric Morris was wonderful; Gino Milo added the right comic touch as did David Josefsberg. Ms. Louis' voice was lovely.
Don't see it if you do not like shows where the cast uses a script. But in truth, it did not matter in this fine production.
See it if curious about other shows by Styne; to see charismatic talented leading man Eric William Morris.
Don't see it if you're expecting a hidden gem. It's not bad, but it never convinced me that homelessness would be a viable option for these characters.
See it if you enjoy an old-fashioned musical that leaves you feeling happy. Wonderful revival features Julie Styne's music with great songs.
Don't see it if you don't like musical comedy or wonderfully talented actors singing a great score.
See it if Like old fashioned musicals. Interesting take on homelessness. Delightful music. Talented cast.
Don't see it if You dislike old fashioned rather ridiculous story.
See it if you like old fashioned musicals with terrific music and wonderful performances and are forgiving of a book that needs work.
Don't see it if You can't appreciate elements of an entertaining, hopeful musical when the overall might not be firing on all cylinders.
See it if You love Jule Styne’s oeuvre and musicals from Broadway’s golden era
Don't see it if You would be offended by a lighthearted look at a deadly serious subject: homelessness and joblessness
See it if You want a chance to see a rarely revived musical (even with some reworking) in a concert style production.delightful - fun & terrific cast
Don't see it if You don’t appreciate past musicals that are a bit quirky or only want to see a full production.
See it if you accept on-script, street-clothes, no set show; you love old musicals with tuneful songs & clever lyrics, a talented cast and NO MICS!
Don't see it if you need full staging, orchestra, costumes Broadway show. You don't like musicals. You are cynical and mean-spirited.
See it if you want to experience a rarely performed musical that has many qualities including a charming score and performers.
Don't see it if you want fully staged musicals...performers are in script and scenery is modest.
See it if You love musicals from the Golden Age. The score is one glorious Jule Styne tune after another.
Don't see it if don't like seeing the actors holding their scripts or have aversions to hope and happiness.
See it if you like musicals with clever lyrics, fun story lines, strong singing
Don't see it if you expect an attractive set, you don't enjoy a performance that's similar to a read-thru rehearsal.