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The Bachelor Live On Stage Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 4



4.0 star rating Kim from Reno, Nevada


Saw the show at Grand Sierra Resort in Reno NV tickets were a gift from my sons girlfriend. I knew it would be cheesy but it was fun. It was great to see two of my favorites...Ben & Becca. Garrett & their corgi made a brief appearance. A briefer appearance from Vinny & Annaliese. Ashley & Jared were involved in cute segment. Sydney was one of the dancers. They shared a bit of bachelor inside info & answered questions from the audience. The audience participated by yelling out the favorite bachelorettes that night.

3.0 star rating VeeKay from San Jose, California


If it weren’t for the dancers and hosts San Jose would have not been entertaining. Unfortunately Ryan bachelor was nervous, stressed, did not smile at all and at the end tongue tied over the question, “Will you ask her for your number?” Twice! Producers - vet properly - someone with stage presence, humor, wit and can think faster on his feet.

2.0 star rating from Phoenix, Arizona


This review has no reflection on the Mesa Arts Center as a venue. The production was quite cheesy as expected. The good first...The place was filled with excited Bachelor Nation fans. It was a fun environment! Not a bad concept. The bad...The Bachelor’s personality was lacking desperately for a stage production. He did not seem like a good catch that the audience could get excited about. The microphone situation was BAD. So much was missed because the audience could not hear what was being said. No jumbo screens were used to get to see close ups of the stage. Looks, clothing, facial expressions and body language matter to Bachelor Nation fans. They need to up their game on content as well. I would also suggest creating an audience fan base for the contestants prior to the show with online bios, videos, photos. This would allow the audience to arrive with the same contestant fan frenzy that friends and family did last night last! The Mesa Arts center and staff is always top notch!

1.0 star rating Disappointed fan from Los Angeles, CA


What a disappointment! $80 per ticket… 3 tickets purchased for 2 hrs. of boringness, W/ a 20 minute intermission. The best part was the video Montague playing before the show began. Becca and James are adorable. Thomas coming out with there puppies was worth a smile. The venue was 1/4 full. The 10 women picked to be on stage were a joke! James must be having a fantastic laugh with his buddies in the aftermath of this debacle. Would have been fun to see a Q&A with multiple Bachelor Nation alums. Love to recoup my $ and 2 hrs back!


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