Two Mormon missionaries ring the doorbell of Ethel Merman in this new musical comedy. A diva-driven journey featuring original songs and show-stopping ballads. More…
Broadway’s greatest leading lady, Ethel Merman, returns to the New York stage as played by singer, actress, and viral video sensation Carly Sakolove.
See it if you enjoy a parody of Book of Mormon which includes Ethel Merman. The songs were very good and lyrics were excellent. I liked the story line
Don't see it if you like drama or musicals with big sets.
See it if An Ethel Merman impersonator belts it out with the help of a couple of clean-cut guys in white shirts and ties. Familiar sounding songs.
Don't see it if You would slam the door on a small-scale musical that promises a little bit of entertaining off-Broadway fun with rewritten songs and lyrics
See it if Great singing with some good tunes. Most jokes fall flat. Cast tries hard and delivers.
Don't see it if Do not see if you dislike small off Broadway budget musicals .
See it if your devotion to Ethel is not strong enough to hold you back from this disgrace to her memory. Wait for Merman's Apprentice to return.
Don't see it if seeing Ethel portrayed badly is upsetting, and if the memory of her Disco album induces a headache.
See it if you enjoy intimate theaters; you like outstanding vocal talent; you're familiar with both Book of Mormon and Ethel Merman
Don't see it if you never saw Book of Mormon, you don't know who Ethel Merman was; you don't like theaters with chairs all on one level, no rise at all
See it if you get a free ticket like I did. The actors work really hard and sing nicely. The Merman impression is quite good. It is a mild diversion.
Don't see it if you expect a full-length musical that makes sense. This doesn't. And many of the songs are blatant rip-offs of other songs. Amateurish show.
See it if You like parodies of Broadway shows, or Broadway songs, or want to see something silly and fun.
Don't see it if You don’t like raunchy humor, need refined/sophisticated staging and props.
See it if you believe there's a "Merman" inside everyone! Zippy tunes, delightful lyrics, and some very funny lines make this a wonderful musical.
Don't see it if you don't believe that we should never give up who we are to make others happy. The missionaries in this merry musical will convert you!
See it if you are familiar (expertise not required) with book of mormon and ethel merman and will enjoy 90 mins of easy shtick
Don't see it if you don't have a silly streak and/or don't have any familiarity or interest in a send-up of book of mormon and ethel merman
See it if If you like a silly, campy evening of some clever music, over the top acting and come very funny schtick. A pleasant 80 minute diversion
Don't see it if You don't get a certain type of camp esthetic and want something with a bit more substance
See it if You like musicals. Much better than anticipated. The cast of 3 are great. The title tells you most of what you need to know of the styling.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, or want lavish sets and costumes. Otherwise give it a go.
See it if You're an Ethel Merman fan, or a member of the Church of Latter Day Saints, or you enjoyed "Book of Mormon."
Don't see it if You're looking for something deep.
See it if If you want an incredible evening of a great show that makes fund of everyone in such a silly and innocent way.
Don't see it if Cannot understand satire or gets offended easily - cannot laugh at the world. Can get a little evil. :-)
See it if you like hearing good voices and amiable cast members
Don't see it if you don't like amateurish productions that run too long for their limited premise
See it if You have 60 min to waste before the good part, want to see a Gilbert & Sullivan hilarious rap.
Don't see it if You actually knew of Merman or know Mormon's.
See it if You like humor of Beavis and Butthead or South Park, simple hilarious but edgy. Be prepared that it makes fun of all religion.
Don't see it if You are religious. Some scenes a devout person could find sacrilegious.