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Average customer review: 1.5 star rating (1.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 33



5.0 star rating Rosemary from St. Louis, Missouri


I had been wanting to see Company for years and was so excited when it came back. The people who didn't enjoy it, obviously, didn't do their research and expected - I don't know what. The performers were phenomenal and the soundtrack was the reason I was here. So happy I went and it was one of the most enjoyable shows I have seen at The Fox. 😊

3.0 star rating Sol Wakefield from Washington, District of Columbia


Excited to see this show because it's Sondheim. Sadly, I agree with other reviews, that it was disappointing. I kept waiting for an "ah moment" but it never came. No one song that will stick with you that you'd love to listen to and sing. The Talents were very good but the music left me wanting....

3.0 star rating Henry from Washington, District of Columbia


The decision to change the show from someone who has too much space as a defense against commitment (1970), to someone who feels trapped with biological walls closing in was forced. Script is a free flowing series of vignettes that needs an open stage with quick transitions to keep the pace. Sets connecting doorways took too long to assemble and slows everything down. The Bobby/Bobbie script change didn't gel, and I don't remember the desire for a child mentioned in the new script. Today, being single isn't an impediment for a woman like Bobbie to have a child. Script changes in couples did work. Stay at home dad/working wife - great. Gay couple getting married - fine but maybe May/December with one thrilled to be allowed to marry? Joanne disappointing. Why not keep her original line? Better shock value. Large house like the Kennedy Center Opera House hurt the show, smaller Broadway house like the National is a better fit. Worth seeing anyway, if not the best production.

2.0 star rating Elizabeth from Columbus, Ohio


I had no expectations going in as I knew little about this show, so I can't chalk it up to "maybe my expectations were too high." I didn't find anything strong or inspiring in the music or the characters. The plot ( a woman turns 35 and still isn't married) was slow moving and failed to develop into anything more interesting. Overall disapointing. To be very honest, I've seen better high school level productions.

2.0 star rating Bruce Johnston from Washington, District of Columbia


The pacing is horrible. The sound needs to be improved. As with many productions, the show just opened 2 days ago, the sound amplification, clarity is horrible. Unfortunately, the actress playing Bobbie had little charisma. She is a bore. Other women have done better. The men who have played Bobbie in the past have done so vibrantly. That is why all of the unhappy married couples like him/her. It is one of Sondheim's worse plays. Don't expect a Sweeney Todd, Sunday in the Park..., Into the Woods, Pacific Overtures. I highly recommend that you don't waste your time or money on this show.

2.0 star rating Melinda from Memphis, Tennessee


Talented performers for sure. Not a knock on them at all! It was just not my flavor of show. I saw people leave at intermission . I’m concerned about 1 or 2 in the next season line up with the same potential let down. Hope I’m Wrong!

2.0 star rating Alex M from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


I was excited to see this as it was labeled a comedy, and though there were a *few* funny one liners, most of this show was depressing and repetitive. (The cast was very talented though.)


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PROFOUND refreshing Brilliant

It's profoundly refreshing to see Company not just as the famous score and witty one liners, but for it to place itself slap bang in the middle of 2018's debate, whilst still excelling at all the elements one needs for a truly brilliant musical.

In a production that could be dubbed an 'Instagrammer's dream' Company explodes back onto the stage! This time though it's a magical gender-swapped revamp of the classic Sondheim musical.

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