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Fantastic show very funy with a lot of energy.
The cast seem me to have a lot of fun. It’s one
of the best show I did see this year. I do
recommend to see it. I would not mind to see
from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
LAUGH OUT LOUD
If you are looking for an evening of laughter, this is
your show. Saw in New York a few months ago and will
be seeing it again in Pittsburgh!!!
Bruce Parker from Seattle, Washington
DON'T MISS "SOMETHING ROTTEN" AT THE 5TH AVENUE
Oh boy, I can't wait to see the touring company of this show in Seattle! I saw the
original Broadway cast in 2015 and I've never enjoyed a show more. Dazzling sets and
costumes, great score, and lots of laughs. Theater geeks will get all the parodies but
everyone of all ages who likes musical theater will be enchanted with this funny,
charming show. See it while it's here!
Gisela Suski from Omaha, NE
GA447 - OMAHA, NE
I saw this "musical" in Omaha and have to see it again. Laugh, music the cast is awesome and so is the music director. The cast loves applause.
Michelle from Boston, Massachusetts
GREAT SHOW AND AMAZING ACTORS.
We loved this show, everyone laughed out loud and standing ovation was well deserved.
Jan Lenox from Tulsa, Oklahoma
I had been anxiously awaiting this show after hearing some of the songs on the Broadway station on Sirius and reading about it. It was even better than I imagined. I want to see it again to see if I catch more of the references to other great Broadway shows. I was laughing so hard I know that I missed some. The cast was very talented in both singing and dancing.
Our seats were perfect. I wouldn't take anyone who is offended by spicy language.
We ate at Daily Grill in the Hyatt Regency which is just across the parking garage. The food is very good.
from St. Louis, Missouri
WOW WHAT A SHOW!!!!
Great night at the FOX. What great songs and performances. The cast was held on stage after the chorus type of scene due to the audience applause, they just would not stop clapping. Every minute was exciting and oh so funny.
What fun references to all the musicals. Even got Oklahoma included.
If you miss this one, Thomas Nostradamus will foresee that you will have missed a realllllllllly great show.
Kathleen from Boston, Massachusetts
UPBEAT AND DOES NOT DISAPPOINT!
I see many, many musicals each year on Broadway and missed this before it left the
Great White Way. This show does not disappoint theater going patrons who love a
musical along with a fabulously written show. No wonder is won Tony's.
Scott Law from Boston, Massachusetts
THIS SHOW WAS GREAT!!
Saw the opening show last night (1/17/17) at
the Boston Opera House and loved it. The
cast was absolutely fantastic, I was very
impressed. A feel good fun time musical that
will have your toe tapping and laughing at all
the references to other classic musicals. Great
A Bottom brothers fan... from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Great show to start out the Broadway season in Milwaukee. If you love
musicals and song and dace, you’ll love this show. Quality voices,
quality dancing, quality characters and quality fun! A musical about
Shakespeare - what’s not to like? Go to this quality production and just
Scott Toner from Seattle, Washington
FUN SHOW (4.5 STAR), DISAPOINTING AUDIO (2.5 STAR)
Great story, well performed, fun over-the-top costume, fantastic set, and lots of laughter -- for the portions of that could be heard/understood through the new audio system and mixing. Voice projection was clarity required a lot of effort (even in solo acts), but was too frequently over by combination of low enhancement or instrumental bass notes. Would loved to have been able to make out The Bard's words in opening of Scene 2. (My synopsis of a 6-person post-show discussion). But still, Yes, DO See It!
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