Yo, Adrian, Rocky's on Broadway
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Helen KopecRed Velvet
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After reading some mixed reviews, I was a bit hesitant. However, this play was phenomenal! I am an avid theater goer and was very impressed with the cast and well as the sets. The actor playing Rocky was very enjoyable to watch and does an incredible job of recreating all the endearing qualities and personality that Rocky fans enjoy. The actress playing Adrian nails her perfectly and also gives and incredible performance and is able to relay her personality and emotions spot on.
The stage sets were fantastic...everything from the pet shop to the boxing ring were incredible. I absolutely LOVED LOVED LOVED this play and I am sad to hear its closing. Did I mention I loved this play?! If you can, GO SEE it...you won't regret it. Promise!
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The spectacular stage production really made up for the lagging dialogue and drawn out scenes between Rocky and Adrian. There were quite a few scenes that could have been edited, as is expected since I saw the show during the review phase. Apollo...continued
Quotes & Highlights
- “Every few years, a piece of stagecraft drops so many jaws and pops so many eyes, it becomes a Broadway insta-icon: The Phantom of the Opera’s falling chandelier; the march of animals in The Lion King; Elphaba levitating while hitting the high F in Wicked’s ’Defying Gravity.’ Add to that list the spectacular final bout in Rocky.”—Time Out New York
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RUN TIME: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission
AUDIENCE: Recommended for ages 10 and older.