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Average customer review: 1.5 star rating (1.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 33



1.0 star rating Laura from Washington, District of Columbia


Purchased very expensive box seats for myself and my husband as a birthday gift for him. The sound was awful. This play has no actual story and no character development. All of the songs sound alike. Al of the dances are alike. If I knew the second part was going to be even worse than the first, I would have left at intermission. Do not buy tickets for this show. No disrespect to the actors. It was obvious that they worked very hard. Also the set was super cool and I liked the costumes. Really everyone did their job well except the writer.

1.0 star rating David from Washington, District of Columbia


This is first time I've ever walked out of a musical at intermission. Part of me wanted to see the second half to see if it got better, but I couldn't risk it being as bad as the first half. Echoing what a lot of people have said, the cast and stage setup were cool. The songs and the story were just awful. The one song that repeats "100 people get off the bus" over and over made me feel like I had a day pass to hell. It took all I had to not shout out "wrap this up!" I have no idea how a producer could listen to these songs and think "people will enjoy this." Someone's being blackmailed to continue performing this terrible show.

1.0 star rating James Shaw from Washington, District of Columbia


This is a pointless musical. So much angst about a 35 year-old female considering marriage. Who cares? The first act had some humorous portions. The second act was painfully slow. Besides, what is funny about a drunk female whose singing/acting occupied a large percentage of the second act? Horrible! The songs are difficult to understand and certainly don't have a sing-along quality. Do not waste your money!

1.0 star rating LoganMA from Boston, Massachusetts


I was bored, beginning to end. Cast wasn't given anything to work with. The play simply had no WOW numbers. The onstage sets simply put were boring and didn't make use of the full stage. It has not kept up with the times at all. Actors were not given the chance to develop, including the main character, Bobbie. I do not blame the actors for this. Whoever adapted this "new version" didn't really have a vision of what it should have been. When Bobbie blows out that final candle at the very end I was glad it was finally over. Stage adaptation was horrid. No real what I would call humorous moments. No big numbers to remember. Again, I don't think any of Company's failures were the fault of the actors. Simply put, they didn't have anything to work with, to make us like/dislike their characters. While I was able to follow the story, I didn't care about the story. Get it over with already. As a season subscriber of many years, this was one of the worst. Don't blame the actors!

1.0 star rating Maureen Hamilton from Boston, Massachusetts


Left at intermission with my husband and we NEVER do that. Wondered if the second half was better but daughter who went the next night said second half was worse (but shorter)

1.0 star rating PG from CT from Providence, RI


We bought the tickets at an auction as a donation to a charity. All we knew was that it was a comedy. I was so looking forward to it and then so disappointed. I’ve since researched the show’s history - 1970’s, single male… The story should’ve been kept in the past. No one thinks twice about being unmarried at much older ages now. An attempt should’ve been made to join the separate stories somehow too. Finally, I love musicals, but not EVERYTHING needs to be done in song. Guess what I’m saying is almost everything needs fixing.

1.0 star rating Scott from Cleveland, Ohio


2 sets were fun before they turned depressing and stupid Left at intermission as many did Performers were very good just a bad play


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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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