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We Will Rock You Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 21

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4.0 star rating Randy from Detroit, Michigan

VERY ENTERTAINING

So it's not the most complex storyline, big deal ! Music was fantastic, absolutely nailed Brian Mays' guitar sound, the band was super tight. Great sets.

4.0 star rating Anonymous from Los Angeles, California

CRUD CROWD

Saw the show last night. . I felt so bad for the performers. They did such a good job with a crowd that forgot how to enjoy life.. If you are going to pay hundreds of dollars for a show. Enjoy it people. Live in the moment. Stop trying to impress the doll next to you. Why did you get tickets to a show called We Will Rock You if you had no intention of rocking! !! Myself, I didn't care who was next to me. Mr Six figures I suppose. Next time go see Cats or something sir. I paid my money and I'm going to rock!!!!! Never go to the Ahmanson again, that's for sure?

4.0 star rating Anonymous from Detroit, Michigan

OPENING NIGHT-DETROIT

This was a ton of fun. The plot typical of most rock plays is just a way to fit the music in. The performers are outstanding, the costumes look like a rock-off of Mad Max. The dialogue is especialy great if you know lyrics to songs from all artists. they are woven throughout as integral parts of the script. My 25 year old son is still talking about it.. The band is amazing.

2.5 star rating Anonymous from Toronto, Ontario

DISAPPOINTED

Good voices..dorky acting..strobe lights terrible!!! Blinded by the lights..why??? Why would the audience be blinded? By the time I unsheided my eyes the scene was over, which was ok it was stupid anyway!!!

1.0 star rating Anonymous from Seattle, Washington

THE LONDON VERSION WAS LIGHT YEARS BETTER

I saw this show in London in 2003 and it was the best stage show of my life...even better that Mamma Mia on Stage The Seattle version bore no resemblance my London experience. As an aside, I recently went to see Second Hand Lion on stage... the audience waited and waited but the lion (as lovingly seen in the Movie) never showed up...many were disappointed I waited and waited for Queen to show up, today, watching We will Rock you.....and Queen never showed up What I saw was a "Hair" type ensemble with bits of SNL, unending references to old Rock and Roll Songs and a Rocky Horror show type narrator .The songs were loud, rarely good and never reminded one of Freddy and Queen...the choreography was dodgy and the costumes weak I can't prove it but I felt that the show, was pre recorded and actors were mouthing the words This review is honest and cannot hurt the show as tomorrow is the last show date in Seattle Lesson: If you see a great show once...You will not see it repeated

1.0 star rating Dave from Toronto, Ontario

APRIL 29TH 2014 TORONTO SHOW

full of flat jokes and lame social commentary. Broadway singers lacking the range to recreate the genius that was Freddie Mercury. I was very disappointed. Oh and Killer Queen is the worst written character I have ever seen.

2.0 star rating from New York, New York

MUSIC TEN, BOOK TWO

Of course, musically, the show is great. Singers are fantastic, especially the encore when the lead guy comes out and does Bo Rap (which I think is not in the show itself). Musicians are stellar; lead guitarist is hand picked by Brian May and will dazzle you with his phenomenal playing. Now...the book... it's..ah...pretty dumb. Silly, is a better word. The plot has nothing to do with Queen, excepting that the "god" they are seeking is none other than Freddie - who's a gold statue with glowing green eyes... Saw the show in DC, and KNEW they'd never dare bring it to NYC. Well, thanks to the movie, they think there's a market. The NY critics are going to obliterate it.

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