Two River presents this world premiere family-friendly musical about a young girl who heads to NYC to see her first Broadway musical. Featuring a book by Tony Award winners Wendy Wasserstein and Christopher Durang. More…
The musical tells the story of Pamela, an unhappy, imaginative young girl whose mother has died. Her father, though well-meaning, doesn't fully understand his creative, unusual daughter. When Pamela's eccentric and fabulous Aunt Louise sweeps her away on her birthday to see her very first Broadway musical, Pamela meets many of the colorful personalities of the New York Theater world. In meeting them and watching a clever musical-within-a-musical, Pamela discovers her tribe and the place where, as she sings, "all the pieces fit"-the world of musical theater.
See it if You want to see a valentine to Broadway with a delightful young lead and a group of veteran musical performers
Don't see it if You want real comedy and depth of character , this is okay but wants to be great
See it if wish for a family friendly love for the theater show with inside theater references. done by a fun and good cast
Don't see it if music is still not quite there. could only really see this being done regionally or by high-school and colleges
See it if you want to see a solid, children's musical with great pedigree before it makes it way to Broadway.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a show that still needs some additions and refinement before it takes its next step
See it if you love theatre, love great singing love seeing new work
Don't see it if you are put off by the hour train ride from NYP to Red Bank. The theater is a block from the station with lots of restaurants nearby
See it if you want to see some great Broadway performers in a very comfortable theater. The music by Cy Coleman is nice.
Don't see it if if you want a coherent musical with a plot and concept that work together and makes sense. The musical needs a total overhaul.
See it if you like theater insider jokes (the leading lady is Mary Ethel Bernadette) and want to see a star in the making in Sarah MicKinley Austin
Don't see it if you are looking for something with deep meaning or don't like underdeveloped characters
See it if you are a big fan of the children's book, David Zippel's lyrics, Carolee Carmello, Howard McGillin, Andrea Burns, and David Garrison.
Don't see it if you are expecting the usual high standard of the late Cy Coleman's music, an interesting book, you don't want 2C a dated Auntie Mame clone.
See it if If you want a family friendly, delightful story with lots of inside Broadway jokes and if you enjoy Broadway musicals.
Don't see it if you don't like Broadway musicals and are looking for a profound, serious drama.
See it if you want a fun night. Also great for any child's first musical. Solid acting overall.
Don't see it if you are looking for something serious and thought-provoking. It is what it is.
See it if you enjoy classic musicals with a cheeky edge to them, sort of like Hairspray mixed with Drowsy Chaperone and Annie.
Don't see it if you prefer serious and dramatic musicals or can't stand children in leading roles.
See it if You wish to take a young musical lover to see a show that is fluffy, entertaining but not deep. The child actor is phenomenal & Ms Carmello.
Don't see it if If looking for great musical . Music and story are dated, could use a production streamline with more depth. Fantastic Cast though !
See it if It's closed, so you missed your chance. It has a nice score and had a wonderful cast. It was just missing an "umph."
Don't see it if You can't at the moment. But it is more family-based, if that helps you in the future.
See it if You love Wendy Wasserstein & Chris Durang at their silliest, want to see a light family musical, enjoy amusing references other shows
Don't see it if You're looking for a great new musical, sophistication and involving work
See it if You want to see genuine Broadway talent performing material that is beneath them.
Don't see it if Annoyed by musicals without even a minimal dramatic through line.
See it if you love wit, grand music, wise lyrics, a phenomenal cast, a tale for kids of all ages, plus Wassersteinian and Durangian verbal magic.
Don't see it if you are a stick in the mud with an inability to let a grand musical help you forget your sorrows and allow u to fly away to a land of glee.
See it if You want to see a show with an incredibly talented cast & creative team with great pedigree. Family-friendly but fun for all theater lovers
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a show-within-a-show. Pamela goes to see her first musical, which is a whackadoodle mash up of theater tropes & jokes
See it if You want to see a pleasant, entertaining show that you can take your granddaughter to.
Don't see it if You want a serious play that you will think about afterwards
See it if You have nothing better to do and want to hear some great singing. Do not expect a memorable show. The cast makes this show tolerable
Don't see it if You have anything better to do
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