Burning Man: The Musical
Open run 1h 21m
Burning Man: The Musical
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Burning Man: The Musical NYC Reviews and Tickets

55%
(4 Reviews)
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50%
Mixed
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Negative
50%
Members say
Great singing, Entertaining, Quirky, Cringey, Funny

About the Show

A virtual production of the musical comedy following a young tech grad's experience at Burning Man. 

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866 Reviews | 898 Followers
30
Terrible story, Bad acting, Good melodies, Cringey

See it if You have been to Burning Man and are curious.

Don't see it if You have actually been to Burning Man and can see the travesty (not parody at all).

841 Reviews | 1006 Followers
40
Boring, Disappointing, Amateurish

See it if you want to support striving work

Don't see it if you want to see something with an engaging story

764 Reviews | 212 Followers
73
Great singing, Absorbing, Funny, Quirky, Entertaining

See it if you;d enjoy a short story based on destroying the annual festival with some high points of writing, acting, singing, choreography & costumes

Don't see it if you expect a filmed stage musical - this is a movie with effects that would not be possible in a live production. Some repetition of songs. Read more

211 Reviews | 121 Followers
76
Entertaining, Hilarious, Great singing, Delightful

See it if Molly's billionaire boss plans to destroy Burning Man ,the festival set@Rocky City every Labour Day.He sends her on a quest to BM where *

Don't see it if you expect a traditional musical.This is a quirky film that takes a while to be appreciated. Read more

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