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The Simon and Garfunkel Story Reviews

MusicalsVocal & Classic PopTribute ActsConcerts

Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 19



3.0 star rating Francie Dupuis from Penetanguishene


Very dissapointing. There were too many songs that were unfamiliar and the backdrop pictures were horrible.. there could’ve been so many pictures that told us more of a story. The whole background was highly boring. Why not have pictures of the actual singers at different times and events in their lives? I would not suggest anyone visit Toronto to see this show. I saw the Simon and Garfunkel show last May in Niagara Falls, there was the very odd unfamiliar was better by far!

2.0 star rating Anne Louise from Providence, Rhode Island


The music was beautiful of course, but the show was poorly executed. There was a huge screen behind the performers that, most of the time, showed mundane images such as the London skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge and various nature shots. To be fair, there were occasionally iconic photos of the 60s which served to rouse the audience’s nostalgia. The worst part of the show was the dialogue. It was just awful! It was more like a high school freshman’s essay than the work of a professional playwright. Then there was that embarrassing/insulting moment when “Art” forgot where he was performing. “Providence” his partner stage whispered. Really, this was just an overpriced tribute band. If they were playing at Lupo’s there’d be fifty people watching the instead of the 2000 at the Vets at one third of the price. This show was pure exploitation of a great band and a bamboozled audience.

2.0 star rating Maureen B from Toronto, Ontario


This performance was closer to a cover band than to a theatre experience. Though the two title performers had excellent voices the band overpowered them for much of the performance, the visuals did nothing to add to the overall experience and the dialogue was at times difficult to hear. I would not recommend spending your money on this show.

1.0 star rating Diana from Dayton, Ohio


The venue is wonderful but for this concert, the sound was very bad. Any dialogue between the songs was unintelligible, the stage was very dark with only a few lights to highlight the performers, and the visuals on the large screen did not match the timeline that they were portraying. You know, the show is disappointing in both quality and expression of the performers.

1.0 star rating Cingo from Los Angeles, California


Totally disappointed…music sounded good but lacked engaging stage show. Plenty of space on the stage for props, actors or even a rug but no, only dry dialog with several long pauses of background music while the actors took a break off stage just after performing 2 songs. Don’t waste the money…


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