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If you are a fan of The Office don’t miss this show. The cast is incredibly
talented. The writing is super clever. The music is terrific. Original and right on
the mark from beginning to end. The venue is perfect as well.
Charlie from Edinburgh, UK
WHAT AN OPENING! THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!
Well, what can one say? Admittedly at first I
was a little reserved about the idea of the
Office the musical, would everyone’s favourite
TV series really work on stage? Well was it
rubbish? False. It was phenomenal! I don’t
often go to the theatre as the last time I visited
a man dressed as a cat sat on my lap. But, I’m
so glad I did, The cast were amazing, and whilst
I can’t personally critique each member (as it
would take all day!), I have to give a special
mention to the world’s best boss; Sarah M
Baron, She completely gave justice to the role
of Michael, why should doctor Who have all the
fun!? So in short, I would highly recommend
the show to any office fans, and if you didn’t
enjoy it, you are an ignorant slut!
I declare I love the Office musical parody!
Nick from Toronto, Ontario
WOW WHAT A OPENING!!!!
Let me admit, first I was really skeptical to watch Office musical . Well I was wrong, all cast members are phenomenal and music is great.
I had gala time to watch Office musical parody with my wife. I personally enjoy every characters but special Kudos to Sara, Angela and Mindy. One thing I noticed predominantly, the way the other cast members changes their costumes and change their roll, is simply amazing. All cast members are office fans and giving 200% on stage and that’s what is great to watch.
It is a must watch show for all office fans as well as original cast members of Office sitcom.
Abby from Toronto, Ontario
I guess it got the overall message but kind of missed the overall theme of the office’s charming humour. The humour in the office is subtle and it’s almost small enough to miss sometimes but that is what is genius about the office’s comedy. The jokes were not only in your face, they were very graphic and very immature. A lot of swearing and unnecessary bathroom humour. I don’t blame the actors, they were great. The writing however was poorly executed.
Jessica S from Jacksonville, Florida
My husband is a huge “The Office” fan, so I bought these tickets as a surprise. I am sad to say, we were both very disappointed. First of all, the main character, Micheal, is played by a woman?? He is the most important and pivotal character, and u can’t even picture the real Micheal Scott when this actor is playing him. Some of the characters were close (Jim, Dwight) but the others are a far cry from the real actors. I’m not a professional critic by any means but I am a theater major, and it just seemed more like a high school production than an off Broadway production. On top of all the bad writing and casting, the Florida Theater really needs a make-over. The entire time I was left with forcing myself to chuckle and clap out of respect for the actors, but it really was awful and would never recommend this to anyone.
Ryan from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NOT AS EXPECTED
The timeline through was totally off. The Michael character was not even close. I would have no idea she was doing Michael Scott, had I not known this in advance. Jim impression was ok. Dwight’s ok. They made Karen straight off the boat Italian? I didn’t get that one bit. I think the actors had enough talent, but the writing and directing was awful. I looked forward to this so much, and really wished I did anything else w my Saturday.
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