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The Light Rail (NYMF)

From 14 member  reviews
Members say: Great singing, Relevant, Must see, Resonant, Absorbing

About the show

Part of the New York Musical Festival: In this contemporary musical, movement and music combine to depict the realities of people living with mental illness, and the power we all have to live imperfectly and beautifully. More…

Stinging from old and recent loss, childhood neighbors Sam and Lindsay reunite by chance on Seattle’s light rail. As they begin to fall in love, they slowly learn that healing can be found in the most unusual places, and in other people just as broken as themselves. This event is part of the NYMF Concert series.

Member Reviews (14)


Great singing, Relevant, Must see, Resonant, Absorbing

Disappointing, Great band, So-so love story

See it if you like therapeutic love stories. I wanted to root for a happy ending but having actors play the normal & neurotic sides of the 2 leads ...

Don't see it if you're expecting a polished show. It's a great idea but needs lots more development.

Also took away much of the dramatic intensity of the play.... Read more Read less

Confusing, Contemporary, Uneven, Sentimental

See it if you like new musical theatre, you're interested in mental health, you're a straight Millennial.

Don't see it if you'd like to follow a narrative and learn more about the characters.

Also I understand what they were going for here - a quirky look at mental i... Read more Read less

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