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I’d never seen Cats staged and (ahem, embarrassing) did not realize it was from T.S. Eliot. This ignorance aside, I was puzzled during the first number, Jellicle Cats. During the break I checked out Eliot’s poem, and some info about the play itself. Was much more involved during the second half. Had I prepared beforehand , the poor acoustics that muffles lots of the group singing would not have been such a bother. The talent was unmistakeable, however, and Grizabella’s solo, Memory, was thrilling. What I did not care for was the overly dark set and skimpy lighting. The battery pack enhanced costumes in the second act were a bit alarming and way too Las Vegas. I’d love to see the production again, and the next time be prepared.
Tina P from Chicago, Illinois
I saw CATS for the first time over 20 years ago & was excited to bring my little girls and husband this time. The dancing was great, as always. I do remember a stronger ballet dancer for Mistoffelees, so I was anticipating a strong solo from him that never came. I did like the lit up rainbow jacket, but thought it would have been a stronger statement had the lights completely gone out and he was dancing around. Grizabella was so powerful, it brought many tears. Meeting her after the show, I was pleasantly shocked to meet such a young & sweet- voiced young lady. My husband remarked that the 1st act was hard to get into, but the 2nd act was much more lively. He appreciated the many different genres of music offered- opera, classical and progressive rock. My girls enjoyed the dancing and whimsical songs and continue to sing them at home. Overall, it is a family friendly play that can explore the theme of the heaviside layer (life & death) through the whimsical eyes of playful graceful feline friends.
BW from OTTAWA, Ontario
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?!
I can’t believe the reviews by people, saying they are surprised that there is no plot! I agree, this show may not be for everyone, but it’s been around for 30 years - lots of time to find out that it is based on poems by TS Eliot, before dropping money on a ticket. The fact that ALW could string them together to create a show is actually quite a feat. We totally enjoyed it, as did the audience on the night we went.
Rich. Rock from Columbus, Ohio
Good performance orchestra was excellent. Cast voices subdues and vocals could. E improved. Overall it was great evening out and well worth the time and price. Dancing was above average in fact very very good
from St. Louis, Missouri
FIRST TIME SEEING CATS
I did love the play but I could not understand the words half the time which was disappointing. I still highly recommend and will see again!
Lynda from Austin, Texas
4 IF I COULD HAVE UNDERSTOOD MORE LYRICS AND JESTING
This is definitely a production for which I wish I was prepared. Loved the set with all the peeking and disappearing and and visual dimension. Would have loved seeing various cats in the audience but couldn't see that. I'm sure the make-up and costumes were fantastic but from my seats couldn't really appreciate it. Note to self: when seeing it next, buy closer seats or take a pass. The dancing and awesome interpretation by cast in playing their cats was much to enjoy. Stand out performances by many as well as chorus performances I enjoyed. Like many, much of the story got lost in translation--simply couldn't understand the words at least 50% of the time `(Only time this season.) It did help at intermission to read a synposis of what was happening. Wish I had done that to begin with along with a reading scan of lyrics. We always have a great time but would definitely sit closer at next performance of CATS.
Joanhelen from Albuquerque, New Mexico
NO STORY LINE
Even tho I knew the story, I had several problems with this production. One-I couldn't hear the words from the chorus. Two-the costumes were blah. Three-frankly, all it was was dancing around the stage. Good dancing, mind you, but mostly just dancing and tumbling. We were disappointed.
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