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The Devil Wears Prada: A New Musical Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 40



5.0 star rating Karen Herrmann from Chicago, Illinois


A very humorous and lively play. The actor, Megan Haley...(Emily-the 1st Assistant)... really stood out with her appearance and performance of this rich and funny character.

5.0 star rating J. Mitchell from Chicago, Illinois


We ABSOLUTELY LOVED EVERYTHING about this play! A 5 Star talented cast, tremendous musical numbers, excellent script, sets and wardrobe were beyond stunning! DO NOT believe any negative reviews; our Sunday evening audience gave this event an extended standing ovation at the end!, laughed throughout, and had ONLY positive things to say upon exiting!

5.0 star rating A.T. from Chicago, Illinois


Absolutely Bwy-worthy job. Strong cast, especially actors playing Miranda, Andrea, Emily and Nigel, costumed fashionably. (For our performance, Andrea was played by the understudy, Megan Masako Haley, just as beautiful and personable as Anne H, with great pipes. Cannot imagine the actor she replaced could be any better). Miranda was perfect — the gravitas and stage presence of Meryl coupled with a strong voice and impeccable timing. All of your favorite lines and the speech are intact, as is Andy’s familiar cell phone ring. Elton John’s music works (lyrics incorporate more movie script) and moves the plot along. The scenery is clever. The first production number (Andy’s fruitless job hunting and then the call from Elias Publishing) uses a big photograph of the Avenue of the Americas next to the publishing bldg with Radio City on the right as the backdrop. As Andy enters into the elevator and ascends to Runway’s floor, the photograph changes — from street view going upward to top of skyscrapers. There are some, minor differences from the movie to streamline the story. Emily falls in the office (not breaking anything) after feeling faint from a diet for the Paris Trip. Miranda tells Andrea that Emily isn’t going to Paris at the Met Ball. Eliminating some dance numbers with no songs might be another beneficial steamline. But, essentially it’s the same story we all love with great songs and strong actors, warmly applauded by the audience.

5.0 star rating Margo from St. Louis, MO


We thought this was better than the movie! Loved Nigel! Loved Andy and Emily. The stage design and direction was outstanding. We were thrilled to see this and feel lucky that we are a part of this world debut! Our audience was very into it!

5.0 star rating from Chicago, Illinois


We loved it and actually saw it twice! I loved the song Dress Your Way Up and Seen. I did wish Miranda had ice silver hair, and didn’t think the roommates were needed. I smiled and laughed and had a great time.

4.0 star rating Robert Domagala from Chicago, Illinois


Fabulous scenery & over the top costumes make this a feast for the eyes. Most talented & young cast make dance numbers awesome. Music works well & fits this well known plot from the smashing film.

4.0 star rating Laura from Chicago, Illinois


Opening song is boring. Main character is overdoing the excitement and giggles and needs more intelligent dialogs instead. Bf/friends being so scorned about Andy having no time for them ... i cannot even. It isn't really clear what Miranda pulled in the last speech. But everything else we really fun and entertaining.


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