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 the musical or want to see Sutton Foster up close and if you're OK with a very stripped down production
Don't see it if you want great choreography or costume design, or if a bare bones production of what should be a lavish and showy musical would bother you
See it if you want to see a wonderful score performed by a superb cast in a way that makes you feel for this classic musical in an entirely new way.
Don't see it if don't like musicals that have a darker side that makes you feel something or if you don't like choreography-heavy musicals.
See it if SUTTON FOSTER, SHULER HENSLEY, JOEL PEREZ.... need I say more?
Don't see it if You care too much about the musical itself. Sweet Charity isn't my favorite show, but the performances here were amazing and intimate.
See it if you want to see Sutton Foster lead a spectacular company. She's fantastic, as is the rest of the cast (particularly Joel Perez).
Don't see it if you aren't a fan of SWEET CHARITY. The show honestly doesn't make a ton of sense.
See it if you want to see a beautifully choreographed and performed production of a well known show
Don't see it if you don't want to see a 1960s show and the gender roles that implies.
See it if Agree with comments below. Sutton Foster is great in the role.
Don't see it if if you are familiar with Fosse's original choreography you might be disappointed. Some directing/design issues.... (and THAT wig!)
See it if you've never seen a production or if you can forgive bad production concepts. Miss Foster, however, is wonderful as is the rest of the cast.
Don't see it if you're expecting to see an inventive reimagined concept. It's really pretty tacky - and replacing the Fosse choreography was a huge mistake.
See it if you love Sutton Foster (and who doesn't). This is a great opportunity to see her up close and at her best.
Don't see it if you are expecting a big Broadway stage.
See it if Enjoy musicals with a plot. Plot is eternal. Great singing and both seeious and funny.
Don't see it if The use of entire theatre as stage would bother you. You must turn in your seat for some scenes.
See it if Sutton Foster can light up a dark room with her smile. Her Charity will break your heart.
Don't see it if You don’t like revival. But this one you would. Just saying.
See it if If you love Sutton Foster. She is the only reason to see this show.
Don't see it if You miss Bob Fosse-you still will. It is a really stripped down version of a classic.
See it if it's a really funny show that gives the audience lots to think about
Don't see it if you prefer shows with neatly wrapped up endings
See it if you can get a ticket (right now I'm assuming you either have a ticket or you have missed out)
Don't see it if you don't like Sutton Foster, or female-centric shows
See it if You love to see the amazing actors Sutton Foster and Shuller Hensley at their best. Great acting, dancing & singing.Wonderful songs/lyrics.
Don't see it if you want to see musicals on a large stage with lots of scenery. Don't like to see some actors play a couple of different roles.
See it if You loke Sutton Foster, dancing, theater in the round, Fosse
Don't see it if You only like new shows or have a problem with breaking thr 4th wall
See it if You like slightly dated musicals, stripped down to their essentials, with star performances from Sutton Foster and others.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of musicals and Sweet Charity in particular, and prefer more contemporary works.
See it if you're a fan of Sutton Foster. She sparkles in this production with her usual charm. Ensemble is also great.
Don't see it if you're expecting to be blown away. It's a small production so some of the numbers felt small and underdone.