Adele from New York, New York
SAVE YOUR MONEY
This was so bad, the worst I've seen. I left before intermission and I've never left a show before. The singing was great, but was over powered by the band a lot of the time. The choreography was atrocious, story line flimsy and the acting so bad it was comical at times. I thin Freddy Mercury would be turning in his grave. Don't waste you money
Carolyn from New York, New York
NO STAR RATING IF I COULD
I can't tell you how the show was because I was sleeping during most of it, I didn't hear any "Queen" songs and the plot was ridiculous. Fights broke out in the theater, mass exit at intermission.
ZN from New York, New York
TERRIBLE SHOW -- MSG -- HOW DID THIS SHOW MAKE IT INSIDE?
I've seen a lot of shows in NYC in 20 years and this is by FAR the worst. I've never been to a show where people leave at intermission and they continued to leave through the second act. The plot, acting, costumes, stage background, awful jokes, silly music references...it was all terrible. Some of the cast is talented but the negatives FAR outweighed the few moments of quality singing. I am shocked that MSG allowed this show to make it inside.
Pierre from Rochester, New York
HARDLY QUEEN RELATED
I went to this show with my girlfriend because she's a huge Queen fan, and we were both dissapointed at how the show was hardly about Queen at all. All they did was mention Freddie Mercury a couple times, and sing a Queen covers that either sounded like Kidz Bop or had changed lyrics relating to their terrible "technology is bad" theme. The easiest way to describe the plot is to say "Ok, boomer." It was written by an old man who hates technology and thinks people who like rock and roll are oppressed. The villains were were just evil and with no other character traits. The romantic subplot was the most generic and predictable ever; they introduce a man and a woman as the main characters, then they meet and the woman is like "you can't have this we're just friends" and then the guy heroically saves the day and the girl is all like "my hero you can have me now." This has been done millions of times before. Anyway, if you're a Queen fan or a fan of good theater I would not recommend it.
Mammadukes from New York, New York
NIGHT AT THE OPERA WAS AN EVENING IN HELL
This show was so so bad we left at intermission as did nearly everyone else. We were expecting Queen songs, Queen related storylines- anything about Freddie really but no, it was nonsense. The plot was stupid. The book-UGH! How can you pronounce Scaramouche and not VIDEO? The choreography was awful. I don’t understand any of these 4 or 5 star reviews. They went to a different show.
Jimmy Smith from Indianapolis, Indiana
WE WILL NOT ROCK YOU!
Danielle from Calgary, Alberta
IF YOU LIKE HIGH SCHOOL MUSICALS.....
I REALLY wanted to like this. But it was awful and we left at intermission. Save your $200.00( that’s what we paid) it reminded me of my musical theatre days in highschool. Story line is awful, the actors had hair that made them resemble the doodle bops. The main girl and guy had great voices. I love broadway, unfortunately... this was a total flop
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