Theater Advisor

  • Acting
    5 stars
  • Choreography
    5 stars
  • Dancing
    5 stars
  • Direction
    5 stars
  • Lyrics
    4 stars
  • Music
    4 stars
  • Overall
    4 stars
  • Production
    4 stars
  • Singing
    5 stars
  • Story
    3 stars
  • Writing
    3 stars

I saw How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Broadway) on 09/18/11. Overall, I'd say it was a 4-star rating. I'd summarize it by saying “I had such a good time and cannot stop myself from YouTubing the Brotherhood of Man over and over!”

I had a thoroughly enjoyable time and left the show feeling happy and entertained. I'd describe the show as light, crowd-pleasing, and an overall high-caliber production. Harry potter himself was a highlight of the show because he kicked ass in the dance scenes. If this were a movie, I'd rate it G. I would recommend this show to everybody but not to someone who wants to see something serious.

I saw this show because I saw a clip of the Brotherhood number. I would see it again. I sat in the center mezzanine area of the theater. The view was fine and the seats were ok.

Supporting cast was quite good as well even though John Larroquette usually annoys me for some reason. Daniel Radcliffe was charming, but even more so I was impressed by his dancing and overall effort.

Was this helpful?

Be the first to comment on this review!