See it if You want to be thoroughly entertained by a super talented cast in a classic musical with just a tiny touch of drama. Sit back and enjoy.
Don't see it if Frothy throwback musicals are not your thing.
See it if you love Noel Coward and shows set in the 1940s.
Don't see it if You need a high octane musical to be happy. Read more
See it if You like old-fashioned, lightheaded and -hearted musicals
Don't see it if You need substance and contemporary relevance in your shows
See it if want to see a probably never-to-be-seen Noel Coward world premiere musical that may not be perfect but is so entertaining.
Don't see it if you only want to see shows like HAMILTON. Read more
See it if you enjoy a sweet, world premiere with music and lyrics by Noel Coward, written in 1949, well cast with good acting.
Don't see it if you cannot appreciate energetic performances in a minimalist setting. Read more
See it if You would be interested to see a never-before produced Noel Coward musical. Bare bones production with strong acting & singing, no sets.
Don't see it if You expect the usual witty, tuneful Noel Coward fare; not his best work, probably why it was never produced before. Read more
See it if you love Noel Coward and you want to see a show you've never seen before.
Don't see it if you don't like old-fashioned girl meets boy stories.
See it if Fans of Noel coward and nostalgic theater fans
Don't see it if Looking for big production and lots of scenery. Cast does great job but not a great book
“At this vantage point, the tour of London plot seems trite and Coward’s
characters are paper thin. Both the Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park sites now
seem like the merest clichés to take a tourist to on their first day in
London. The cast’s accents vary all over the place, and although
‘Harry Hornby’’s name suggests that several of the characters should speak
Cockney and drop their haitches, there is not much evidence of that. Many of
the unfamiliar songs are extremely prosaic.”
"A warm, charming, often moving and thoroughly delightful evening, with a talented cast in a sweet-spirited production...The tiny Lion Theater stage and its loft are imaginatively put to use by the show’s director/choreographer, Mindy Cooper. The stage is also where the orchestra sits, in the form of a single piano, richly played throughout...The cast—acting, singing and dancing—is among the finest you’ll see on any stage...The score is a rich one, with two Coward classics."
"While some songs are pleasant though unmemorable, the musical also features iconic numbers...Act II is a bit overstuffed with songs, but entertaining...Director/Choreographer Mindy Cooper uses the theater well, aisles and balcony inclusive, creates attractive tableaus (clearly a signature), and affects a light, stylized (wink, wink) touch befitting the piece. Her characters could be more unique, but the show is not harmed."