Transport Group presents a revitalized version of the musical tale of Margaret “Molly” Brown.
From the show:
This is Molly as she really was: vibrant, progressive, and ready to fight for the underdog as a champion of women’s rights, labor rights, and immigration reform. Transport Group’s production, starring Beth Malone, marks this show’s off-Broadway debut, and the first production in New York since its Broadway premiere in 1960.
See it if You enjoy spunky, smart female leads, great singing and acting, and a story featuring themes relevant to our political landscape
Don't see it if You don't enjoy refreshed, feminist versions of old musicals, or if you don't enjoy well-meaning but sometimes cheesy or cliched material
See it if Pure nostalgia, pure Fun. Beth Maloney is energetic and convincing - what a talent. Great production values. Full orchestra, small theater
Don't see it if Earth shaking, no. Dated, a bit. Long, yes - needs a few cuts here and there. Broadway level sets, no.
See it if If you want to see Beth Malone shine in her hoydenish portrayal of Molly Brown.
Don't see it if If you are unwilling to endure a lengthy backstory that ironically left little time for Molly’s survival on a rowboat making her unsinkable.
See it if The show has a bonafide star turn by beth malone , some classic meredith wilson tunes, so there is plenty of fun entertainment to be had
Don't see it if If the original is firmly etched in your brain as something you loved.