Beautifully judged revival, as quietly enthralling as it is unassuming.
Absorbing and bittersweet character study . . . under director Nan McNamara’s deft staging.
Beautifully handled revival . . . McNamara knowingly avoids schmaltz . . . making us howl with laughter as we fight back tears of recognition.
McNamara’s excellent staging visually accentuates layer after layer of subtext, taking us far beneath the skin of stereotypes to a complexly woven emotional world, spun by the twin engines of character and history.
A breath of fresh air and a nostalgic trip into history . . . ensemble cast is outstanding and their vocal mix a pleasure.
Humor and heart . . . friendly and inviting . . .visual delight.
Family friendly, musical good time . . . splendid cast . . . feel good show with great musical entertainment and depth.
Truly wonderful production . . . every single actor and actress was immensely talented . . . fantastic big band . . . great voices . . . great dance numbers . . . a feel good experience.
Unabashed exercise in nostalgia . . . engaging production . . . rousing ensemble numbers.
Affectionate tribute to the olden days of popular culture . . . radio show ambiance is impeccably crafted . . . enchantingly lively mood.