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Jack of Hearts, Master of None

Jack of Hearts, Master of None NYC Reviews and Tickets

(70 Reviews)
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Great singing, Absorbing, Clever, Intelligent, Entertaining

About the Show

Mind the Art Entertainment presents the world premiere of this modern operetta about a chronic gambler and the seven women who shaped his life.

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Female lead is fantastic, "jack" is stiff and dull., Score is solid and good, as is the musical talent of cast and orchestra., Minimal set and costumes effective, lighting is excellent., Cast never leaves the stage and sings for 80 mins, no break.

See it if An operetta of womanizing cad interests you & you're ok with a single set/2-hander. The music is good, but the script's weak and wandering.

Don't see it if Not in the mood for a story w little uplift/redemption, get fidgety, can't focus on story that is sung-through, want a traditional musical. Read more

Entertaining, Intelligent, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Great singing

See it if you enjoy alternative musical experiences; excellent singing; small, intimate theaters; lovely music and lyrics; an intelligent plot.

Don't see it if you love Broadway musicals above all else; you hated Fun Home, Dear Evan Hansen, operettas of any kind; dislike small minimalist shows.

Critic Reviews (1)

January 24th, 2017

"We are with Jack through each and every beat, wincing from the first note. Engrossed. Hypnotized. Playing Jack is none other than Aaron Ramey, who instills the nuances and the charm such a character needs…The direction by Brian Freeland merged excellently with De Gre’s aesthetic…This generates some powerful visuals to accompany the exquisite music…The play is a transitional play from an author reaching a new level of maturity. And as such, some moments are not as strong as others."
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