Flashdance -- The Musical: Based on the Hit Movie
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The last date listed for Flashdance -- The Musical was Sunday January 19, 2014 / 1:30pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from JohnRed Velvet
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After reading the lukewarm reviews, I didn't know what to expext, but was pleasantly surprised. We really enjoyed this show. The singing was great across the board as was the music. The dancing, although technically good, appeared pretty dated, but this was supposed to be the 80's. The new songs were all catchy, which is unusual considering how many there were. The lead actress and actor did a very good job as did the supporting roles. It was a very fun afternoon.
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I went into seeing Flashdance with low expectations. The show was okay but nowhere near Broadway caliber. I have to respect how the composers created original songs with an 80s feel. However, the show needs to be trimmed in a big way and the...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“An astonishing musical spectacle … Superbly choreographed. A pulsating, electronic score of old hits and new material.”__ -Atlanta Journal-Constitution__
“Vibrant, colorful, over-the-top dance fun.” __-Pittsburgh Tribune Review__
Due to some adult situations, the show is recommended for ages 13 and older.
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