Venue Details

72 Star Starred
The Theater Center
Times Square 210 West 50th Street New York City, NY 10019
212-921-7862
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3.7 / 5 Rated by 17 members
Review from A
91 events 50 reviews

It was entertaining and the actors were great!

reviewed Nov 21 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
6 events 3 reviews

Really fun. Pleasantly surprised. My 6 year old loved it, so did my husband and I. Cute theater.

reviewed Nov 09 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Theatrix9
8 events 2 reviews

FUN & FABULOUS!!!! The actors were great and the show spontaneous and adorable...great for ALL ages!!!!! Very imaginative!!!

reviewed Dec 23 2013 report as inappropriate
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“The actors are uncannily adept at improvising, … Mr. Leidenfrost has given the action enough structure so that young audience members can expect both a mutiny and a trial … and enough sophistication … to keep adults amused, too.” -The New York Times
“It’s really hard to explain how all of [the] details turned out how to be hysterically funny, but the show was non-stop laughter. Parents were laughing just as much as the kids…” -themamamaven.com
“The slapstick stage antics generate laughs all around, and adults will find additional amusement in the cleverness of the story within a story device.” -theaterpizzazz.com
“This off-Broadway musical is enjoyable for the whole family and will keep everyone entertained!” -mommynearest.com
“Puns run amok, and there are enough pirate jokes, New York City jokes, and self-referential actor as waiter jokes to keep a wide swathe of audience gleefully entertained, and feeling part of the action.” —thepublicreviews.com

Description

This show’s running time is approximately one hour, with no intermission.

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