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Pretty Woman Reviews

Broadway ShowsMusicals

Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 66



1.0 star rating Tina from Vancouver, British Columbia


This was painful. Talent was not there and definitely didn’t deserve a ticket price of $150. Voices were pitchy and amateur. I’ve seen better highschool musicals . Opera singer , Kit and doorman guy carried the show . Songs were not good either. Sooo disappointing

1.0 star rating Susanne Koenig from San Antonio, Texas


This was probably my most unenjoyable (if that is a word) performance at the SA majestic ever. Story line ok but whoever did the casting reversed Julia snd her side kick. When ‘Richard Gere’ sang I put my hands over my ears. He sounded like a woman, too high pitched. On the other hand we had a gentleman sitting behind us who was quite entertaining so he saved the evening.

1.0 star rating J. Sokolowski from Sarasota, Florida


@Van Wezel, Sarasota Trying to create a musical based on such an iconic movie with Julia Roberts and Richard Gere was going to be an enormous feat. So it was. The set was poor and amateurish – some high school production has better set. It was hard to enjoy the show when the main character was obnoxious and not at all charming. It was completely unbelievable that she had charm enough to win the affections of anyone, let alone a billionaire. Vivian’s musical voice was at times frail, lacking projection and timbre. Synthesizer instead of an orchestra which has always been a vital part of musicals, really? Maybe the actors' performances of songs were also recorded? The Kit character was great and so were so many other roles. I enjoyed the actors playing the hotel manager and main bellboy. The Opera singer’s performance was also great although short. Playing the theme song at the end of the show was a disappointment.

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It's a must-see for anyone who loves the original movie or for anyone who wants to experience something truly special.

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