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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 5



5.0 star rating Regina from Washington, District of Columbia


Truly laughed all the way through! What wonderful talent. I certainly wouldn’t take little kids- lots of swearing! But fine for teenagers and up!

5.0 star rating George from Greenville, South Carolina


Saw the show last night with my wife and we had the best time. First show we’ve seen at the Peace Center in almost two years, and it was wonderful. Hilarious cast, funny script.

3.0 star rating Paul Richard Jr from New Orleans, Louisiana


Started as you might expect building the story and saving the better moments. The cast is superb and talented. The middle of the show is unfortunately the "climax". The latter part of the second act just dies in impact, song and humor that it takes away from the experience. Julia has an amazing voice but the score doesn't let her shine. Sandy Is amazing and was a big part of the enjoyment factor. In conclusion, if your easy going and enjoy the theater, you will be satisfied. If your more particular and need spectacular, try Netflix.

2.0 star rating JR Norton from New Orleans, Louisiana


Based on the applause factor, i felt like the performance was enjoyed by the many, however, I found the subtle messaging and the new progressive wave reflected in the casting and performance way more than I can handle. Would have been a decent high school play, but way off target for my expectations.

2.0 star rating Anne from Baltimore, Maryland


The first part was enjoyable, but it fell flat. I had a hard time stayng awake during the second half. The two secondary characters were way better than the stars. I had trouble understanding the lead when he played Dorothy. He sure didn't have the lines from the film. Just a lot of fluff. Costumes were great and also the set.


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fun Fabulous FIERCE

This is a classic musical comedy with laugh-a-minute dialogue, you can't go wrong.

This review is about the original Broadway production.

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