The Shakespearean Jazz Show (NYMF)
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The Shakespearean Jazz Show (NYMF)

The Shakespearean Jazz Show (NYMF) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(5 Ratings)
Members say
Delightful, Great singing, Must see, Clever, Enchanting

About the Show

Part of the New York Musical Festival: The Nine Worthies provide a parade of Shakespearean sonnets, songs, and scenes set to original New Orleans-style jazz.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (5)

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142 Reviews | 20 Followers
Delightful, Enchanting, Great singing

See it if you like the classic work of Shakespeare, having a good time, and a dazzling musical score

Don't see it if you prefer the classics to stay as they were written

93 Reviews | 16 Followers
Clever, Delightful, Must see, Intelligent, Enchanting

See it if You love seeing fantastic, young musicians and singers perform so well! It will lift your spirits and give you faith in new talents!

Don't see it if You are a misanthrope who doesn't like music and a good time.

124 Reviews | 28 Followers
Loved it., Great band, Delightful, Great singing, Great concept

See it if Great evening of Cabaret. Talented cast has you hearing lyrics, not soliloquies. Band is amazing. I had a great time.

Don't see it if I wholly recommend it.

7 Reviews | 2 Followers
Clever, Delightful, Funny, Great singing, Must see

See it if you love Shakespeare and don't know Jazz or vice versa. You will see both in a brand new light.

Don't see it if you are just a sourpuss who doesn't like to have a great time.

1 Review | 1 Follower
Delightful, Entertaining

See it if If you like discovering Shakespeare in a fun and convincing modern context, see this show.

Don't see it if Even if you're not big on Shakespeare, you'll love this show.

Critic Reviews (1)

Cabaret Scenes
July 26th, 2017

"The players in this New York debut were young, attractive, enthusiastic, charming, and in fine voice, if not always up to the challenge of enunciating the poetry and putting it across…To realize its potential, the show needs a seasoned stage director....The band, especially the drummer, almost always overwhelmed the voices and therefore blotted out the words—always a sin in sung music. But when the words are Shakespeare’s, it felt more like a crime.”
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