See it if You are liberal and a fan of 60s folk music and history
Don't see it if You are a right wing conservative who opposes creativity and freedom of the human spirit and equality of all peoples
See it if you knew Pete Seeger or never knew Pete Seeger. We need someone like him now more than ever.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy singing along.
"There is little nuance to the singer as a personality, nor is there much of a plot. Because Noojin places Seeger on a pedestal, it is almost impossible for him to provide a truthful portrayal of the man...'Seeger' is great fun if you know your mid-twentieth-century folk music and are looking for some sweet nostalgia, but if you’re seeking a dynamic story, then this one-man show may leave you wanting more."
"While the sing-alongs were heart-warming, it was when Noojin shared the particulars of Seeger's life story that the audience really leaned in. Noojin pinpoints some of Seeger's life-changing moments…True, Noojin isn't saying anything strikingly new about Seeger in his solo show. But how he says it is memorable. Anybody who is a Seeger fan should make a bee-line for the Huron Club, where this song-fest is humming."
“Pete Seeger may have been taken from us over two years ago, but Randy Noojin brings him so much to life in his solo show it seems as if the great singer and activist never died...Should not be missed by anyone who loves Seeger or good music or our right and duty as Americans to stand up for justice...Seeger believed the right song at the right time could change history. ‘Seeger’ shows that the right show at the right time can make your day.”
"Noojin came on stage and effectively resurrected Pete Seeger. Not only is he a dynamite folk singer who performs around a dozen Seeger classics, he's written a brilliant script that perfectly captures the spirit, personality, and passions of Seeger. There are thousands of creative decisions that go into a show. In virtually each case, Noojin has somehow managed to make the perfect choice...Not only the finest musical of the festival, but a stellar production ready for a commercial run as is."