Gimme a Thrill Productions presents a revival of the Marx Brothers' debut Broadway revue, about an heiress looking for kicks. More…
Before they became film legends, the Marx Brothers starred in three Broadway musicals. Two of them, 'The Cocoanuts' and 'Animal Crackers,' were adapted into movies, and are often revived onstage. But the Marx Brothers' 1924 Broadway debut, 'I'll Say She Is,' was lost to history. Drawn from multiple sources, Noah Diamond's adaptation reconstructs, refines, embellishes, and otherwise grapples with this enigmatic entry in the Marx Brothers' canon. This 2014 Fringe Festival hit is enjoying a brand-new, fully realized production.
See it if you appreciate all things Marx brothers performed by a company that loves all things Marx brothers & its throwback to vaudeville stylings
Don't see it if you find the corn of early musical theatre & vaudeville below your pay level
See it if If you ever wished you could have seen the Marx Bros in person, here's your chance. Actors really channel Groucho, Chico, Harpo- a fun time!
Don't see it if You require a polished production; needed more and better sets. But the actors were obviously having a ball & the fun & joy was infectious.
See it if You're a nostalgia buff and a Marx Brothers fan.
Don't see it if You lose patience with a show that ambles along amiably.
See it if you like the Marx Brothers or funny, zany, slapstick, vaudevillian, shows performed by talented singers, actors, and dancsrs
Don't see it if you dis-lke the Marx Brothers or broad, repetitive, vaudeville-like skits
See it if like the Marx Brothers, want a good laugh, like musical comedies of the 20's and 30's
Don't see it if want elaborate staging or a strong plot, have Margaret Dumont's sense of humor
See it if you are a rapid Marx Bros.fan and missed this show last time around at NYMF; it's like seeing an early Marx Bros. movie live on stage, funny
Don't see it if you're not a Marx Bros. fan, don't like early musical comedies that had no real book or plot, don't like zany comedy or 1920s style songs.
See it if you love the Marx Brothers, puns, and great sight gags. Also if you want to laugh and aren't a stick-in-the-mud fuddy-duddy. :)
Don't see it if you take your theatre too seriously. Or hate puns. You won't find it funny, if you don't like them.
See it if you love the Marx Brothers! This is as close as you'll get to seeing them live, in a "new" show. Brilliant revival!!!
Don't see it if you don't love the Marx Brothers, 1920s revue-style shows, chorines and singing dowager aunts, and did I mention the Marx Brothers?
See it if you love the Marx Brothers, if you enjoy excavated theater history, or if you like old 1920's movie musical revues. Funny and charming.
Don't see it if you are looking for a plotted musical. This is sketch comedy, extremely well staged on a tiny budged.
See it if You enjoy old fashioned comedy of the Marx brothers and are looking for a non-complicated plot with songs used sometimes as scene changes.
Don't see it if Don't like over the top humor, old fashioned musicals, look for intense plots or songs that advance the plot
See it if You are a fan of the Marx Bros. It was uncanny how alike he actors looked like the original brothers.
Don't see it if You don't like anything from the past.
See it if You like the Marx brothers You can stand their humor You're in the market for a mustache
Don't see it if You like the modern era It doesn't appeal to you
See it if Yuu are a Marx brothers fan.
Don't see it if Because otherwise it is a 1924 musical which is historically appropriate but not paced for us today
See it if you like marx bros. AMAZING impersonations. Would give a 95 rating to Fringe version. New version lost a whole 20 points with me
Don't see it if you don't like marx bros. Honestly this production was not as good as the Fringe version, which had me in stitches. Not nearly as funny
See it if If you love the Marx Brothers you will love this play. It has a lot of bits that they used in other skits. I loved it!!
Don't see it if you don't like comedy or the Marx Brothers but I don't know anyone who doesn't like them
See it if You love the Marx Bros. and want to see an excellent portrayal of their antic brilliance. Actors playing the Bros. truly brought them tolife
Don't see it if You don't like small theaters and off broadway lack of big production values.
See it if you're a fan of musical comedy and want a glimpse at what it was like before it became "musical theater," or if you love the Marx Brothers.
Don't see it if you need a deeply engaging plot or won't appreciate how far this team stretched a too-small budget.