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We decided at the last minute to see a play and were fortunate to get tickets to Dear Evan Hansen. The play was recommended by a friend but we had no idea of the plot. The play had some deep messages and really struck a...More
Dear Evan Hansen is a very special show to me. I loved the soundtrack and would repeat it even before seeing the show. Seeing the show in person was magnificent. The entire cast did wonderful. As a bonus, pretty much everyone managed to come to...More
If you are in New York this is a play/musical that you want to go to. The cast is phenomenal the graphic design on the stage is phenomenal! It deals with today's reality on certain issues and is done so perfectly. The main actor who...More
Take my daughters to a Broadway show every year in May. This year we saw Dear Evan Hansen and it was great. Loved the stage set up with the band in the air instead of the pit. Acting was so good and realistic. The message...More
Broadway never seems to fail to deliver. What a cool stage set up with screens all over displaying text messages and social media feeds as part of the show. The characters were great, but Evan Hansen stole the show. Incredible talent at such a young...More
I have seen numerous broadway shows over the years and this ranks as one of the very best. If you are looking for a show and can get tickets, I highly recommend this.
This show is good for everyone except kids(some of the themes are...More
The production has an important message for us all and is told through the eyes of a young group of people.
The songs are powerful and the actors quite good. Not your typical song and dance musical, has more of the “drama” feel to the...More
The music is entirely forgettable and the touching story, played hard for tears, is a ripoff of the Bobcat Goldthwait movie "World's Greatest Dad" starring Robin Williams; there, the dead high school student becomes the vehicle for his father's writing skills (dad being a teacher...More
This show speaks to everyone! From the school age, the grandparents, to the single mother. This show transcends all bounds and opens your eyes to the pain of depression and mental illness. The small cast makes the show intimate and brings the message home. This...More
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My favorites are Carmine's, Tony's Di Napoli and Bond 45. All are Italian and quick enough to go to pre theater. I always make a reservation and always have dinner at 6:00 for an 8:00 show. The restaurants are packed so... More
My favorites are Carmine's, Tony's Di Napoli and Bond 45. All are Italian and quick enough to go to pre theater. I always make a reservation and always have dinner at 6:00 for an 8:00 show. The restaurants are packed so you have to allow a little more time so you are not late to the theater. Many people like to have dinner after the theater. Personal choice.
NOTE- BROADWAY THEATERS HAVE ADOPTED A POLICY NOT TO SEAT LATECOMERS. BE ON TIME TO THE THEATER!