Ben Brantley, New York Times
8 reviews, average rating:(4.4 Stars)
From the minute the Orchestra starts the overture,(Played by the most amazi... more »
We flew up for one day from South Carolina. It cost a thousand bucks and ... more »
While many in the audience are drawn to Gypsy due to Patti LuPone's perfo... more »
This people's got it, and this people's spreadin' it around! The legendary Patti LuPone is Mama Rose in Gypsy.
A consummate show-biz musical suggested by the memoirs of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. She was once just plain Louise, the awkward daughter of an unstoppably ambitious stage mother. When her pretty sister runs away from the family's minor vaudeville act, Louise tries to fulfill her mother's dreams.
But it's not until trouping with Mama dwindles to appearing in burlesque, that Louise finally finds pleasure in the spotlight. The vibrant score includes 'Some People,' 'Let Me Entertain You,' 'Together,' 'Everything's Coming Up Roses' and 'Rose's Turn.'
Previews from : 3rd March 2008
Opened : 27th March 2008
Closes : 11th January 2009
Audience: Gypsy is suitable for audiences of all ages
Run time: Two hours and 30 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission
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