Movin' Out: The Billy Joel Musical at Chicago's Rosemont Theatre
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The last date listed for Movin' Out was Sunday February 22, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Driven by an innovative Leonard Bernstein-Stephen Sondheim score featuring all-time favorites like… More
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I'm always hesitant when I don't know exactly where we'll be sitting. We bought Tier 1 seating (which were the best seats available through Goldstar). They were AMAZING seats. The show was alright. The piano guy was AWESOME and he did an amazing job. The dancers were talented but I didn't realize that it was only going to be the songs and absolutely no dialogue between the people on stage. I've been to a lot of musicals and this was a first...just seemed a little odd to me and maybe I (along with my friends) just weren't used to that. But if you like Billy Joel songs, the music was great.
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The dancers were good, and the guy who sang the score, known as the “Piano Man” was spectacular. Not a boring moment in the entire production for me. If you don't like watching dance, you'll be bored because there isn't much of a storyline, and no...continued
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“I don’t think anything quite matches the dancing in this musical for sheer virtuosity or visceral appeal.” —The New York Times
5-time Grammy winner Billy Joel and legendary director/choreographer Twyla Tharp have joined forces to create the spectacular new musical Time Magazine declares “The #1 show of the year!” The New York Times calls Movin’ Out “a shimmering portrait of an American generation. These tornado driven dancers and rock musicians propel the audience into delirious ovations.” _Movin’ Out _brings 24 Billy Joel classics to electrifying new life as it tells the story of five life-long friends over two turbulent decades. It all adds up to one unforgettable Broadway musical.