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Heidi from Tempe, Arizona
I WAS SUPER UNCOMFORTABLE WATCHING THIS SHOW.
I thought this show was so inappropriate. I was uncomfortable and didn't want to see most of it. I also was disturbed that an adorable 3 year old kid is performing in it and being exposed to all of that.
Blake Woith from Costa Mesa, California
My wife and I looked forward to this show for weeks. What a disappointment. Do not waste your time and money on this. We left at intermission and spent the drive home talking about how bad it was. Very poor audio and very poor annunciation by the cast. We did not know the story line and we sure didn't get it from the show. Could only understand may 10% of the script. Lighting was bad. Could barely make out what was on stage. Music was way to loud (and I'm about half deaf!). Even the audience was rude with people talking in full voice and running cell phones in their laps. Many people bailed out at half time.
Phuong from San Jose, California
NOT MADE FOR THE PERFORMING ART CENTER
My husband and I left after 15mins. I expected to see performing arts instead I saw simulated sex acts on stage. There were kids, 12 and under in the audience. I paid to go see a Broadway show, performing art. There many ways to tell this story. They’ve done it in the past. Raunchy sex acts cheapened the story, mainly, it insults the audience.
Carmella King from Knoxville, Tennessee
Where do I begin? There was so much wrong with this play! The opening act was lewd, unnecessary and way too long. The sound was loud, and I couldn't understand half of what the cast sang...so critical to the story, the character's development, and for the audience to connect emotionally, which I never did, and quite honestly, didn't CARE when something tragic happened. The plot was hard to follow, and at times I wasn't sure if it was a flashback or happening in real time. The club owner isn't supposed to be likable, but he kept saying things to the audience to make them laugh; confusing, and didn't fit in with the content of this play. However, what shocked me the most is that the theater was full when the show began, but after intermission, there were empty seats everywhere. Even if I would have said nothing else, I think that speaks for itself!
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