Swan Lake Rock Opera
Ends Dec 30 1h 30m
Swan Lake Rock Opera
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Swan Lake Rock Opera NYC Reviews and Tickets

63%
(4 Reviews)
Positive
25%
Mixed
25%
Negative
50%
Members say
Cliched, Disappointing, Confusing, Contrite, Splendid costumes

A sexy, sizzling new musical set to Tchaikovsky’s legendary music. 

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88
Fluffy, Great singing, Funny, Entertaining, Delightful

See it if Wonderful light operetta style interpretation of the famous Tchaikovsky ballet with excellent actors who can play, sing, dance and be funny

Don't see it if Small auditorium in Actors Temple affects your sense of beauty;trying to reflect your political beliefs to everything;rejecting humor Read more

65
Shallow, Sexy, Splendid costumes

See it if Costumes are outrageously beautiful, a few standout musical numbers.

Don't see it if Story and characters feel underdeveloped, and ending quite abrupt. Why is there no opening number? Read more

30
Contrite, Raunchy, Disappointing, Confusing, Cliched

See it if You enjoy fluffy nonsense. This show does not have the bones of a bonafide musical. It is a low-budget confusing burlesque.

Don't see it if You enjoy plot structure, entertainment, and musical theatre.

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Disappointing, Confusing, Banal, Cliched

See it if You enjoy seeing women being objectified while dancing to cliche playback pop music inspired by Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.

Don't see it if You support the Me Too movement

Critic Reviews (1)

TheaterScene.net
November 5th, 2021

"Swan Lake Rock Opera isn’t an actual opera and its rock sound isn’t bonafide, but it is an entertaining musical treat assembled with care and performed by a gung-ho cast."
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