See it if Great music, fun story. Absorbing. Great voices all, but Jamson is beyond spectacular.
Don't see it if You don’t care for pop songs.
See it if You want to have a great time and enjoy pop music. Great sets, costumes, singing. Blown away by Cassidy Janson (Anne). Wow!
Don't see it if You dislike jukebox musicals or pop music.
See it if you want a fun evening of theatre.Pure fun and silliness.Keala Settle is amazing.Great voice,great comedic timing.Rest of the cast is super.
Don't see it if you like non-musicals,hate rock music,feel Shakespeare is an untouchable god,only like serious musicals.This is fun, funny, & very well done
See it if you want to go to a show strictly for a good time. You’ll live your early 2000s pop dreams in a ridiculously fun take on Shakespeare’s R&J.
Don't see it if you need more depth than this candy floss of a show will offer.
See it if a Max Martin jukebox musical appeals to you.
Don't see it if you're substance based. Read more
See it if u love the pop music & its' teen fans. The performance I attended was buy one teen tkt, get one adult tkt free. Lots of enthusiastic youth.
Don't see it if see above. Also, there's a pandering approach from cast & re female power vs male dominance in story, & by extension, real life. Men, beware
See it if you want to see an interesting new twist to the story of Romeo and Juliet.
Don't see it if you expect original music or don't like modern pop music.
See it if Want a really fun show with contemporary music applied brilliantly to the storyline. You will definitely be happy if you are a musical fan.
Don't see it if Don’t like sequels to your classics and aren’t a fan of 90s pop.
The plot is fun provided you refuse to take any of what happens seriously. It’s basically ‘Romeo & Juliet’ rewritten into a sort of woke panto.
& Juliet is a show that should not work in theory, it should come off as twee and inauthentic yet somehow it completely works. Told through the medium of a modern pop song that results in a tour de force of pop culture, feminism and Shakespearian in-jokes that has something for everyone to adore.
The plot and message of female empowerment are pretty thin but this jukebox musical is an absolute blast and features a powerful turn from Miriam-Teak Lee.
While this show isn’t in the same league as Mamma Mia! by fellow Swedes Abba, those with a willing ear for his brand of shiny pop should enjoy hearing his bangers rendered at high volume and landing with a swaggering, truant disposition.
It’s loud, irreverent and camp, the cast bumping and grinding on a set that is a cross between Cinderella and an episode of Eurotrash.
...likeable and sometimes spectacular production...The company is led by the extraordinary Miriam-Teak Lee in the title role of Juliet, who brings a sizzling presence, incredible vocals and moves to turn her into a force of nature.
The result is a jukebox musical with the broad humour and feelgood fairytale sentiment of a pantomime, plus a generous dash of The X Factor in its parade of bombastic production numbers.
[& Juliet] becomes something new. Nominally set in the past, with all kinds of shapes, sizes, colours and sexualities visible on stage, it feels more like a glorious vision of a Technicolor future.