That's MISS FITS, to YOU! (FringeNYC)
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That's MISS FITS, to YOU! (FringeNYC)
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That's MISS FITS, to YOU! (FringeNYC) NYC Reviews and Tickets

63%
(13 Reviews)
Positive
54%
Mixed
31%
Negative
15%
Members say
Confusing, Entertaining, Clever, Ambitious, Disappointing

About the Show

Part of FringeNYC: A mystical poly-gender tale - That’s MISS FITS, to You! - concocts an elaborate journey to self-awareness with cameos by Rosa Parks, Judy Garland and Radical Faeries, oh my. The musical extravaganza will leave you singing with liberation spirit.

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Member Reviews (13)

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60
Confusing, Insipid, Slow

See it if campy irreverence is your forte

Don't see it if coherent plotlines, adaquate singing & air conditioning!! is desired

64
Ambitious, Cliched, Confusing, Disappointing, Dizzying

See it if You like drag shows, musicals, campiness, small theatres, hot spaces, and confusing plot

Don't see it if You hate all of the above...

77
Clever, Entertaining, Hilarious, Confusing, Slow

See it if you want to see some wonderful drag queens dressed up in outrageous outfits and acting just as outrageously.

Don't see it if you don't have the patience for a long and convoluted plot with some confusing bits.

65
Ambitious, Entertaining, Confusing

See it if You're looking for an entertaining show with singing and characters in drag performed by talented actors.

Don't see it if You're looking for a well-rounded, clear story. The 2nd act especially is unclear and unexplained.

82
Enchanting, Entertaining, Great singing

See it if You want to get inside the heads of classic drag queens, go beyond gender binary constructs, and see some beautiful questions.

Don't see it if [as a wise man one said: we're here, we're queer, get used to us. Ergo, why not see the show]

20
Confusing, Disappointing

See it if you're high on mind altering drugs

Don't see it if sober

77
Clever, Entertaining, Quirky

See it if You enjoy fun shows with fun people

Don't see it if if you like to not have fun. It was a fun show(and a personal friend was amazing in it!)

79
Funny, Original, Profound, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if You love diversity and drag queens!

Don't see it if If ignorant and still live in the past

Critic Reviews (3)

The New York Times
August 16th, 2016

"The history of police violence plays a part in this glittering paean to a polygender counterculture that’s increasingly, victoriously mainstream. Lively one moment, torpid the next, the show is utterly overstuffed yet winsome anyway."
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Theatre is Easy
August 19th, 2016

"'That’s MISS FITS to You!' deserves praise both as a lovely, thoughtful exploration of gender, and as an oral history project about the trans liberation movement...Though it runs long and could use some significant edits, the show is memorable for its campy sense of glee and the hard work of the performers...'That’s MISS FITS to You!' comes across as a labor of love, and despite some tarnish on its overall polish, still shines with enthusiasm and joie de vivre."
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Theater In The Now
August 19th, 2016

"Not your well-made musical...Fernandez's musical is inexcusably far too long. Aside from the fluff material, there was far too much going on with way too many ideas jammed into one piece...Fernandez is desperately seeking a dramaturg...Fernandez needs some assistance reigning his story in and making it sensibly believable...This giant cast looked like they were having fun. And isn't that what theater is all about? Despite the material, the company committed."
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