Phil from Hartford, Connecticut
ON YOUR FEET : INDEED !
A truly inspiring and compelling story! Wit, romance and the MUSIC! The Rhythm is gonna get you, more than once during this show. The foundation of the show is the orchestra and musical director Jorge Casas who drives the infectious rhythm via vintage Fender P-Bass. The percussion section was precise and relaxed at the same time. Timbales and conga basking in the Cuba Libre. The horn section was smooth as glass and opened up the score during scene changes and segues. The story moves along easily as told though infectious song and colorful choreography. Here is where we see truly gifted performers deliver non-stop movement and shimmering harmonies. Christie Prades (Gloria) and Mauricio Martinez (Emilio) are instantly lovable leads with charisma to spare. Whether in harmony, counterpoint or solo, superb performances by both. The supporting cast and dancers are joy to watch. Don't miss this one. Get on Your Feet!
Maria Luisa Castellanos from Miami, Florida
I came out of the theater and said to my friend that we had underpaid! It was such a good show that it was worth seeing again at twice what we paid. I have never seen such a good musical. Everything was excellent - the singing, the singers and dancers, the stage sets, the choreography, and the story! We had very good orchestra seats. Seats above the ground floor are not anywhere as good. I can't recommend the musical enough.
Ed Golden from Miami, Florida
ONE OF THE BEST EVER!
I laughed. I cried. I danced. Poignant and thoroughly entertaining. The storyline, supplemented by perfectly applied lyrics and song, made this my second favorite show of all time - second only to Jersey Boys. I have been going to Broadway Shows since I was a kid, growing up in New York City, and, at 71 years old, have seen some phenomenal performances. So for me to rank this show as the second best ever - is saying something. This is a show that the entire family will enjoy - albeit on different levels.
Kari from Minneapolis, Minnesota
GREAT MUSICAL...LEAD ACTRESS WAS NOT A GOOD SINGER
We loved the show and all of the singing was amazing except for the lead. THe woman that played Gloria was an outstanding dancer and looks just like Ms. Estefan but her voice was mediocre at best! When you are paying to watch a professional broadway show, the lead should be at minimum GREAT not disappointing
Penny from Seattle, Washington
ON YOUR FEET
I am an enthusiastic Season Ticket holder, but this show is weak in some major areas.: sets are cheesy, plot is slow moving, And predictable, the leads are "okay". .but Nancy Tucotin as Gloria's mom Is the stronger talent. We almost left at intermission and we were not alone. Stuck it out but this production on Tuesday night was disappointing. Seattle is sophisticated enough when it comes to theater to know a great production from an "okay" production. I would not go out if my way to see this show.
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