Already closed | 2h 15m | Brooklyn

Impossible But True

From 4 member  reviews
Members say: Great singing, Clever, Enchanting, Quirky, Great acting

About the show

An immersive musical that follows a small town in the Catskills through the American Revolution.


From the show:

Patrons sit at tables right in the center of the action, which takes place around the piano and moves through the room. Audience members may be asked to participate in small ways in the show--or to dance or sing along.

The show takes place in two acts with an intermission. Act I is set in 1775 (before the Revolution); Act II is set in 1795, 20 years later. This is a show about whether "things are possible!"

2h 15m | Already closed | Franklin 820 (Brooklyn)

Member Reviews (4)


Great singing, Clever, Enchanting, Quirky, Great acting
Avg Score

Enchanting, Clever, Absorbing

See it if you want a good concept, with excellent singing in a unique setting. The cast is charming and the story is basically solid.

Don't see it if you mind the unique setting at times having poor sight, minimal staging and music, and some iffy songs, seems like this maybe workshopping.

Also This was way better than it had any right to be given the setting etc.... Read more Read less

Great acting, Great singing, Ambitious

See it if You like musicals, although the songs are forgettable, the performance is still good, very talented casts. Should be better on regular stage

Don't see it if Turning your head many times throughout the show is annoying to you. Then you should get there early to get a good seat 😉

Also The setting was in a bar /restaurant, which the space is limited and i... Read more Read less

Quirky, Great singing, Entertaining, Delightful, Clever

See it if clever songs and beautiful voices are more important to you than flashy costumes and a gorgeous set.

Don't see it if you prefer a traditional theater setup with rows of seats facing a stage. This show is performed in an operating pub.

Also This scrappy little production packs a good punch. The cast is uniform... Read more Read less

Quirky, Great singing, Great acting, Enchanting, Clever

See it if you like musicals, you enjoy a fairytale and a little history. The characters are great!

Don't see it if you don’t like to participate: this is an interactive play in a bar!

“Impossible But True” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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