The Vineyard presents this new adaptation of Henry James’s classic 1903 novella, which fuses dance, drama, and music in its telling of the powerful and romantic tale of love and loss. More…
From composer John Kander, Tony-nominated playwright David Thompson, and five-time Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Susan Stroman, 'The Beast in the Jungle' is the story of John Marcher, a man haunted by personal demons, whose great yet unfulfilled love affair with an unforgettable woman spans decades and continents. With a waltz-inspired instrumental score, and choreography that traverses the worlds of ballet and contemporary dance, this reunites the creative team behind 'The Scottsboro Boys.'
See it if I really cant. I was so looking forward to this and could not wait for it to end.
Don't see it if You want three dimensional characters doing anything of interest. Redundant, repetitive. Misses the point entirely.
See it if You want to see Tony Yazbeck shirtless. It was just about the only thing that kept my attention during this 100 min slog of a "dance play."
Don't see it if You're expecting to catch light in a bottle twice after the success of The Scottsboro Boys. There's very little to enjoy here.
See it if You like dance, and stories told through dance.
Don't see it if You want any surprises in the plot; paint by numbers. Are looking for a musical.
Also Wasn’t for me. Found it very boring. But beautiful lighting.
See it if You love watching dance—the dancers are takentes and the staging was quite clever at times.
Don't see it if You desire a piece with a good or believable plot. The story was one big cliche and didn’t provide anything new to the audience.