Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster stars in The New Group's revival of this classic musical about a sassy yet naive dance hall hostess whose overeager embrace of every man she meets lands her in hot water. More…
Fifty years after it debuted on Broadway, Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields' musical is revived in an intimate setting. The production features new choreography by Tony nominee Joshua Bergasse ('On the Town') and direction by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman ('Violet,' 'Well'), who brings a fresh, modern perspective to the age-old story of a woman who thinks she needs a man to save her.
See it if you love triple-threat Foster; she lights up the stage. Music is strong, but book dated. All-female band. Strong cast, but Oscar disappoints
Don't see it if you want Fosse's choreography. Or to be able to see action. Some songs are extraneous. Many jokes fall flat. But the joy of seeing SF!
See it if you like Foster. Amazing performance. Powerful small production. Grittier, truer. Touching story.
Don't see it if You prefer more more varnished productions of this harsh reality. Choreography is not the best. Her costume is distractingly silly.
See it if You want to see an intimate production w/ an incredible performance by Sutton Foster. The entire experience felt quite special.
Don't see it if You dislike small productions & intimate settings. The costumes/wigs could be better & would have liked more musicians but its a great show
See it if Sutton F. was wonderfully spunky. The music and dancing were catchy. The theme was timeless: I could identify with Sweet Charity!
Don't see it if You're not a romantic at heart. Substitute "strip club" for "dance hall" to bring the setting up to date.
See it if A Charity Hope Valentine for the Trump era Foster delights in Silverman's seriously downscaled version of the Fosse/Verdon classic vehicle
Don't see it if Bergasse's cheorography more Robbins than Fosse Coleman/Fields score still charms Simon's book hoary Sutton shines as her own 'brass band'
See it if you like musicals that make you feel thaty are part of it Sutton Foster is a winer Having seen the original and the revival about 10 .. cont
Don't see it if You cannot handle being THERE with the dance hall hostesses.
See it if the Sutton Foster & the Cy Coleman score, its adaptation as a proto-feminist chamber work, see great perf from Joel Perez & the female band
Don't see it if you want a big, brash Broadway show with elaborate numbers, don't identify with characters who are dance hall hostesses, pimps & johns
See it if you want to see a production at odds with itself. Some things come off really well but other choices seem to go against the writing.
Don't see it if you love Sweet Charity for what it's always been (a big dance musical) and don't want to see a production that undercuts that.
See it if you like Sutton Foster who makes this show her own; you enjoy great songs & music; hard working cast; great splits and leg lifts.
Don't see it if you're looking for a big, splashy production; some supporting cast is weak; aside for Foster and Hensley the production is a little flat.
See it if You love musicals, Sutton Foster and an ensemble of great dancers & singers; revival about dance hall hostesses trying to make it in life
Don't see it if you expect a grand scale musical with elaborate sets & production numbers;
See it if U want to have a great night! Fun, funny, endearing. Intimate venue makes you feel part of the show. Great songs u can almost sing along 2.
Don't see it if If you’re looking for a BROADWAY production, this isnt it but it’s more uplifting and at least as much fun.
See it if you love good musicals well done. Sutton Foster was perfection in the role. Rest of cast was very strong. Well directed, well staged.
Don't see it if you are silly! There is zero reason not to see this. It is a good show with a terrific score and an excellent cast. Hope it transfers.
See it if you want to see Sutton Foster in a role she dominates - tender, funny, heartbreaking - in a boutique sized production that suits this show.
Don't see it if you want a happy ending. If you can get a ticket, this is not to be missed.
See it if you love Sutton Foster. She is fully committed, comically gifted, and a joy to watch. The ensemble is earnest and talented, as well.
Don't see it if you find the material old/annoying. There is some relevance as women are still held to a different standard, but the purity theme is dated.
See it if you love Sutton Foster or the music from the show ("Big Spender", "I'm the Bravest Individual"). Beautiful stripped down production.
Don't see it if you enjoy more modern productions or big, flashy musicals. This felt a little dated, but is worth it for Ms. Foster's portrayal of Charity.
See it if you want to see Sutton be absolutly charming, and lovable as Charity. However, felt a little like a thrown together staged reading version.
Don't see it if are expecting Fosse's choreo. Disappointing new choreography. Darker ending than most versions. Small cast that doubles a lot. Felt long.
See it if You appreciate the talents of Neil Simon,Sutton Foster,Shuler Hensley and a terrific supporting cast.This is a musical with classic songs.
Don't see it if You prefer large scale musicals with big casts. This revival is a good fit for the Linney at Signature Theaters.
See it if you love the score with 12 actors, & love Sutton Foster in a show performed on a small stage with no scenery & a few props at Bwy prices.
Don't see it if you have fond memories of another production or movie of Sweet Charity.
See it if You like musicals, and want to see Sutton Foster in a truly great performance. While the rest of the cast is superb, she carries the show.
Don't see it if You want something edgy or modern. This is well within the musical theater canon, and a strong production of a charming and fun show.
See it if You are a Sutton Foster fan (as I am). Love a good song and dance musical. Enjoy an impressive, stripped down version of a 60s based musical
Don't see it if Are needing a night of pensive drama. You are having to have a splashy l, huge cast and full orchestra.
See it if you can deal with musical theatre stripped down to its essentials: terrific material, a talented cast & Sutton's pitch perfect technique.
Don't see it if You're expecting Fosse or his Rich Man's Frug, a large orchestra or the usual bells and whistles that so often make the Bway musical go.
See it if you're rightfully awed by Sutton Foster, who is oh-so terrific on all fronts, and enjoy a surprisingly intimate staging and glorious tunes
Don't see it if you're expecting nonstop glee, as there are many poignant moments, or if you demand elaborate staging or bristle at actors in multiple roles