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Purposely made a stop over in Toronto on my flight home to catch this show. The hustle from the airport by UP train and subway and back was worth it! The Mirvish kindly checked my suitcase at the coatcheck. Loved every minute!
I was 3rd row (EE) and on the stage right side. I noted most of the action was on stage right.
Best enjoyed by people who love the album Bat Out of Hell
Christopher Shand from niagara Falls, Ontario
Don't blame me for the review title, BooH was on the backs of the folks working at the theatre.
It took a couple of songs for me. Bat 1 is my favourite album (yes, I had it on cassette, vinyl and still on CD.), Me and Bat have been together longer than me and my wife (we met in '79).
While everyone was pretty darned amazing, the four of us who went together were utterly stunned by the performances and voices of Danielle Steers as Zahara, Rob Fowler as Falco, Sharon Sexton as Sloane,
We saw the show Saturday 21 Oct. at Mirvish Theatre. I was unsure for the first song sounded like the music was too loud and drowned the voices a bit. Also hearing multiple people singing was a bit weird. But he cast soon pulled me into the story and I was caught!
Like the music? See the show.
Laurie Chapman from Bluevale, Ontario
BAT OUT OF HELL
Outstanding performance- very emotional at
times. Would consider a high school trip to
teach about relationships. So glad to have lived
in the time of Meatloaf
Would go again in a heartbeat!
Darlene Freeman from Toronto, Ontario
I guess I am one of the few who wasn't impressed with Bat Out of Hell. The cast had
incredible singing voices, the special effects were really good, and that was it. The story
line was a bit familiar... very Peter Pan, and, sadly, a bit boring.
If the play didn't provide that little newspaper on every seat, and the story out line
projected on the stage before the play started, nobody would have known what was going
on. I couldn't get into the characters, and I felt that some scenes were random just so
that they could use a particular song, (Two Out Of Three Aint Bad).
I feel that the story could have been more intriguing, and the characters more endearing.
I have been going to plays for over 30 years, and most grab you from the beginning and
take you along for the ride. Bat Out Of Hell just didn't do that for me. I wish it had. I
wasn't wow'd. Disappointing.
I don't recommend Bat Out Of Hell, unless you are a die hard Meatloaf fan. Pretend it's a
concert. Singing was amazing.
Cynthia from Toronto, Ontario
THE NEW CAST IS VERY DISAPPOINTING
I saw the original version 6 times and would see it 100 more if I could. Sadly the new north
American tour cast is terrible with no chemistry. Sloan is now whiny and Falco looks like a
mob boss and they seem like strangers with no history which is not what they are meant
to be. These 2 characters were my favourite but not in this production.
The new Raven is portrayed as jeuvenile and so weird and her twist on many classic songs
made it unenjoyable. She is very very talented, don't get me wrong but not the right fit for
That said, if you haven't seen Andrew Polec play Strat then you haven't lived! He is worth
every penny of ticket price.
I'm not surprised it was cancelled. It should never have returned to Toronto where the
people LOVED the UK actors and the original big splashy set. This was a total letdown to a
Amy from Kitchener, Ontario
SADLY IT WASN’T THE SAME
Saw this in 2017,was excited it’sback.While it’s
an ok production,it wasn’t close to the
theatrical performance it was last year.The new
Raven needs to feel more comfortable in this
role &to develop more chemistry with Strat.The
new actors playing the parents didn’t have as
much chemistry &really didn’t pull at our heart
strings as much in“What part of my body hurts
the most”.We didn’t see the tear-jerking,love
story between them.They all can sing well
&they all bring a different flavour to this
production.Of course if you never saw it
before,it was still decent but if you heard how
great it was in2017,you might be very let
down.As for the set,the motorbike wasn’t in
mid stage,the car never fell off stage,there
wasn’t a pool of water on stage,the motorbike
never broke into pieces &floated;the time line
of days/weeks/hours wasn’t needed,Moms
solo dialogue wasn’t needed as It gave an odd
vibe.Andrew P. still brings his electricity & it’s
worth it to see him,but this cast needs
S gurard from Toronto, Ontario
BAT OUT OF HELL
Very good production last evening! They have made some
changes,such as the story line,seemed pared down,not as good. in my
opinion. The solo by the main girl was cut, and there didnt seem to be
as many songs off the album this time. Some of the special
effects,such as the car going into the pit, the man jumping into the
water and the motor cycle blowing into pieces and flying into the air
had been changed, not as good IMO. Though the show was very
good,I personnally preferred the opening night performance last year.
The performers were very good, high energy show. I would
reccomend this as a must see while in Toronto. Bravo!
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