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It was such a wonderful musical! The music was awesome! Highly recommended!
Jason from Seattle, Washington
I COULDN'T BELIEVE HOW MUCH I ENJOYED IT.
My wife bought a series of tickets to these musicals. I didn't really know what to expect. This was only the second live play I've ever been to, not counting school. I'm a fan of re-imagined fairy-tales by Neil Gaiman so I figured I'd like the plot at least.
The songs were great. It didn't seem like they were shoehorned in or out of place. The cast was excellent. The conventional princesses were creepy and our protagonists were lovable oddballs. There was a definite Stepford Wives vibe. At intermission, I told my wife that I was really enjoying the show and she said if we had a daughter I would probably take her to see it a couple times. I think she was right.
I did my best to hold it together, but did shed a few tears anyways.
from Seattle, Washington
BLISS...THE UNKNOWN STORY LINE.
I left after intermission. Story line was hard to follow. Great voices and Im sure great actors, but I would have rather stuck a needle in my eye than sit through the 2nd half. Hope it got better!
Don from Seattle, Washington
SO MUCH HEART WITH A FIST PUMPING ENDING!
The music and book are wonderful in this new musical . Add to this some pretty amazing talent, and you have a hit!
This show affected me more than I was ready for. I assumed there would be a women's empowerment theme, but it grew from a few small digs to a full-out celebration of using your voice to make your own choice. And in the audience, it went from a couple knowing laughs and applause when topical "me too" themes arose, to that tingling sensation when people all stand and cheer, not just for a great theatrical event, but for truth! It is great to see a musical with a cast that is female strong, especially with so many strong females. Bliss will likely be produced again and again, in high school, college, summer stock, and more, just because most musicals are more male-centric. This is certainly a musical that deserves to be mounted again and again - and especially because it is so wonderfully written , with so much heart and such a great message.
from Seattle, Washington
THE FIRST SHOW I HAVE EVER WALKED OUT OF
The show makes no sense, the music is all over the place, and the characters are unlikable. A couple of good voices, but except for two songs toward the end of act I it is an assault on your ears. The beginning of act II is intolerable.
Dana Constantinescu from Seattle, Washington
Bliss is irresistible entertaining! It grips you from the beginning...you laugh, you dance , you want more!
We’ll see you on Broadway!
Tully from Seattle, Washington
BLISS - KRAZY HOW GOOD IT WAS !
Nothing like you’ve ever seen. The acting, singing, comedy, choreography and direction was amazing. The music - yes it’s a musical, was extraordinary- this is a run don’t walk and bring your friends, kids, everyone. So poignant.
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