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I have been to many shows on Broadway and Cher was one of the good ones. Was it the best show I ever saw, no...was it a good show yes. There are three women who play Cher...they are all good. Cher’s life as she tells...More
My wife and I caught the show last night. We sat center mezz front row....so great seats. Show was disappointing. First off, I don’t think one song was completed and so many classic songs are not in show. Second, songs do not flow in chronological...More
The latest show at Neil Simon is Cher, the Show. Starting with the super advertising words of ‘Let’s do this b!tches’ you can’t help celebrating the life of a super amazing human being. The performances are electric and the use of three Cher’s in the...More
I spent 7.5 hours in this theater watching Angels in America and it was the best experience ever. I saw Part 1 from Orchestra Centre (Paid $170) and then Part 2 from Right Orchestra (Paid $99). Strangely enough the Right Orchestra was a better seat...More
The Neil Simon Theatre is a perfectly sized house. The house itself it beautiful, with lovely ceilings and lights. The aisles are wide, and the seats are extremely comfortable. There is a reasonable amount of leg room, too. I sat in one for 7 1/2...More
We saw both parts in one day, and the time flew by. You would think that in a 7 and a half hour play that you might get antsy or tired, but this was a very moving, beautifully staged and fast moving show that held...More
Last week I went to see Angels in America. When my friend and I presented our tickets there was a problem. We were dircted to the box office manager. She could not or would not help us. My friend felt the manager was yelling at...More
This is a superb production directed by the genius Marianne Elliott (War Horse, Curious Incident...). Andrew Garfield is exceptional and TONY worthy. Nathan Lane was a no show tonight (the forth time he has not shown up for a performance in my own personal experience)...More
Last week I ventured to New York City and saw the current NT production of AinA there, both parts, all seven-and-a-half hours, in one day. And it blew me away. Many have said the Neil Simon Theater they are in on Broadway is larger and...More
Response from jcmtl1965 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I went to this theater twice, both times on the mezzanine, the first time was in the 3rd row and the second was in the first row. One thing to consider is that the mezzanine starts over the orchestra's 14th row. The... More
Hi, I went to this theater twice, both times on the mezzanine, the first time was in the 3rd row and the second was in the first row. One thing to consider is that the mezzanine starts over the orchestra's 14th row. The theater itself is rather small rows being close together, I do believe you will have a good view of the stage.