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FOXWOODS THEATER

Ford Center for Performing Arts, 214 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10019

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THE PIRATE QUEEN

Ended 17 Jun 2007 after 3 months

AN EPIC VOYAGE with soaring melodies and brilliant, world-class artists.

Chicago Tribune

Closed 17 Jun 2007
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful:
The Pirate Queen,
Oct 17, 2006
reviewer: from Cincinnati
This musical is incredible. Several Chicago bloggers have been dismissing it, but I tell them that they don't know what they're talking about. (Just becuase you don't come out humming a melody that hit you over the head doesn't mean that the score is bad) On second thought, the score is one of the best I've ever heard even at this early stage in the preview process. It's blend of rock, musical theater, and celtic music create a cohesive yet diverse score that "Phantom of the Opera" only attempts to achieve. The production values are also incredibe creating a beautiful atmosphere, and the cast is magnificent. (Especially Grania played by Stephanie J. Block and Tiernan played by Hadley Fraser) It is definately one of the most talented casts I've ever seen. The story is entralling, the music soaring, and the production remarkable. I hope critics and audiences alike realize the magnificance of this work and appreciate it as much as I have.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
Great Cast, Great Music, Great Show!,
Mar 06, 2007
reviewer: from Atlantic Highlands, NJ
A wonderful night out - Stephanie J. Block as Grace O'Malley is mesmerizing, she owns the show along with a superb supporting cast, beautiful sets and wardrobe, and incredible music. We particularly enjoyed Linda Balgordís performance as Queen Elizabeth I, and Hadley Fraser as Tiernan. We were very privileged to be at the 3/5 preview, and will certainly be adding this to our list of must see shows on Broadway when it officially opens in April. Our mid-center Orchestra seats afforded the perfect view and spectacular sound, allowing a full appreciation of this beautiful production. Highly recommended!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!,
Apr 28, 2007
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
Bought last minute tickets for the show and had perfect seats. The songs/singing were wonderful! The dancing was excellent. The choreography was terriric! And the actors were great! Loved every minute of the show. Would highly recommend it and would go again!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Yes !,
May 28, 2007
reviewer: from Rumeln / Duisburg / Nordrhein - Westfalen / Germany
I`m from Germany and I can`t belive this singing/dancig/acting ! Stafanie J. Block is the star of the night . The music is soooo great . I have other tickets and I will see this fantastic show at the 30th May . :-) And I hope thet Stefanie plays once more !
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Last Minute Ticket!,
Apr 13, 2007
reviewer: from Edinburgh, Scotland
We were a party of three from Scotland who bought last minute tickets to see Pirate Queen. First time show goers in Broadway. Loved the show. Great music and cast. Only problem we had was with seats. Way too little leg room and cold inside theatre. Air con on in March!

 

Would go again. Good experience.
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