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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



1.0 star rating Christi Shepherd from Chicago, Illinois


We planned our entire Chicago trip around this event. I’ve seen 30+ Broadway or traveling Broadway productions and I’m sad to report this is the most disappointing one I’ve ever attended. Honestly, I was shocked by how much work it needs. I’m not sure what was the worst aspect of the show - the off-key singing from nearly every cast member, the lack of choreography for long sections (though some moments were great), or the incredibly slanted woke agenda of the script that fell flat for the audience. Even the gay couple sitting next to us left at intermission and never came back, so we took their seats. I really hope the best for everyone involved - but sorry, I don’t see this show thriving on Broadway without some major improvements.

1.0 star rating Denise Smith from Chicago, Illinois


Was so looking forward to seeing this show. It was missed cast with marginal thought into the wardrobe or finesse a Broadway show should deliver. Andy Sachs, played by Jessie Hooker-Bailey was a far stretch. Not showing any transformation in a girl stepping up in the fashion world. To be honest there was not fashion in this show as Miranda Priestly played by Beth Leavel appears in a tweed pants suit looking like it came from Target in the a gala event seen. RREALLY! Don't waste your time and money on this one! I had a hard time keeping my eyes open after the intermission........

1.0 star rating Linda from Chicago, Illinois


Like others, I so wanted to live TDWP. Alas, for the first time in 50 years I walked out of a live performance. Although the set design was great, the dialogue was essentially the screenplay and lacked the zip. The direction was poor. The costumes were frightening. The great Sir Elton John’s music was just ok. Best performance was by the actor portraying Amanda Priestly. On that note, I’m so sad.

1.0 star rating KLF from Chicago, Illinois


I had High hopes but I was extremely disappointed. If you have never seen the movie, this play makes no sense. The nuanced parts of the movie that explain how hard Andys' s job is etc do not translate here at all. The dancing, the singing, the fashion all looked like dinner theatre. The dresses Andy wears looked like the clearance rack from Macys. Itt Made no sense when Emily shows up Ina hospital bed. Elton John wrote these songs? I just don't believe it. BORING!!!!! The biggest applause was for one set change to the Eiffel Tower. Says it all

1.0 star rating Robyn from Texas


This musical reminded me of a bad Disney show. A few popular one liners, 2 friends that had no purpose, a lame boyfriend, and terrible costumes. It was like they went to TJ Max for costumes. They put Miranda in a Hillary Clinton pantsuit for the finale. I can’t imagine this making it to Broadway. Skip the show and watch a replay of the movie online.


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