Gypsy (Gallery Players)
Gypsy (Gallery Players)

Gypsy (Gallery Players) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(14 Reviews)
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Entertaining, Great acting, Funny, Ambitious, Delightful

About the Show

The Gallery Players present Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne’s classic musical about backstage mama Rose and her daughter Louise, who triumphantly emerges from her mother's shadow to become a star.

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Ambitious, Entertaining, Good singing, Good acting

See it if Solid, serviable production of B'way musical classic. Large, ambitious staging by Gallery standards. All three leads admirable

Don't see it if Demand great singers (not mic'd) & dancers. Unwilling to travel to Park Slope for high toned indie theatre

Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining, Must see

See it if you love musical theater. This is one of the best works by Gallery. Louise is a star in the making The young actors perform with uncanny sta

Don't see it if you cannot re-adjust to the classic 3 hour performances of yore Note: back to the + ..The youngsters perform as born for the stage. Read more

Critic Reviews (2)
September 26th, 2016

"The production boasts a highly talented cast and creative team and, equally important, a big collective heart...Harborth’s nuanced direction works tightly with Mittelhauser’s colorful sets and by-turns bubbly and sensitive choreography...Wickham’s sharp musical direction helps to get the most from the cast. The Gallery Players have gone all-out to give one of Broadway’s great musicals a staging just about as spectacular as one could hope for in a small theater."
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September 22nd, 2016

"The production of 'Gypsy' at The Gallery Players is huge. It contains 31 actors, all of whom are excellent in their respective roles. Rose tried mounting many shows to make her daughters stars but the depression and the talkies were ruining vaudeville. Gypsy Rose Lee eventually ends up in a burlesque house appropriately called The Bottom. Whether you have seen a production of 'Gypsy' or not, I guarantee you will enjoy this show, which received a standing ovation from the sold-out audience."
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