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218 West 48th Street, New York, NY 10036


Ended 5 Jan 2011 after 13 months

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Tony Winner

Tony Winner

There can be no greater current pleasure than to witness Bernadette Peters perform "Send In the Clowns' with an emotional transparency & musical delicacy that turns this celebrated song into an occasion of transporting artistry"

Charles Isherwood, New York Times

Closed 5 Jan 2011
Avg. Customer Review (4.4 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 11
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107 of 158 people found the following review helpful:
A little slice of heaven!,
Nov 29, 2009
reviewer: from Annapolis, MD
Bless you, Trevor Nunn, and this magnificent cast. Finally, a sexy interpretation of one of Mr. Sondheim's finest work. The actors and vocals could not have been better and I am just giddy waiting for the soundtrack.


I saw this 2nd preview in Mezz row G and my seat couldn't be better. I would not take young children as the runtime is very long and subject matter mature. Enjoy yourself for grownup night of theatre. After all too many viewings of Disney and Hollywood on Broadway, I assure you that you are in for a real theatrical experience (at last)!
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58 of 106 people found the following review helpful:
A rare treat,
Dec 20, 2009
reviewer: from New York
It is rare treat to see a serious professional production of ALNM and this one is thought-provoking, mysterious, enchanting, and beautiful.


I would not have missed the chance to see Catherine Zeta-Jones in her first Broadway role and what is bound to be one of Angela Lansbury's last roles (and first musical role for ages) for anything, This is the stuff of broadway legend.


Do see this if you can.
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48 of 95 people found the following review helpful:
Must See!!,
Jan 13, 2010
reviewer: from NJ
Just saw the play today. The Cast was outstanding, great writing, Sondheim musical (need I say more?) and very witty. Catherine Zeta Jones is absolutely beautiful in person and Angela Landsbury is classic. Wasn't familiar with Alexander Hanson, but now I am a fan. Great acting and music (Send in The Clowns). Go if you get the chance.
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48 of 95 people found the following review helpful:
A wonderful event!,
Jan 29, 2010
reviewer: from Garwood, NJ USA
We just saw the show and thought it was absolutely wonderful! The staging is just right and the performances are truly delightful! My family and I strongly recommend this show as part of a great time in NYC.
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46 of 93 people found the following review helpful:
Very poor service at this theatre,
Jan 31, 2010
reviewer: from New York City
Although we loved the show A Little Night Music, I have to concur with the reviewer who complained about the staff. We also needed a handicapped accessable means of getting to our seats, in the first row of mezzanine, which required my elderly mother with severe walking difficulty to climb 3 flights of stairs only to have to descend a yet another long flight down to our seats. And this was after we inquired about a handicapped accessable entry from the young woman taking our tickets upon enry who simply said "no"; and even after asking another usher and getting NO help what so ever. Now, you know the theatre is supported at large by the elders among us; and this is how they are treated? What about some service?!?! You can be sure the theatre will see its demise before long if we insist on ignoring the needs of its greatest supporters.
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