Ina Finn from Norfolk, Virginia
Loved the back drops, the wonderfully talented children, the real dog and pixie dust. The song about all the children games that I played as a child brought back sweet memories. Always pleased with the seats because I purchase the package for the season. Always choose Saturday mantinee so lunch is various places around Norfolk. This time was Aldo’s on Laskin Road. Don’t have the need to see it twice but thoroughly enjoyed the show!
Lover of the arts from Syracuse, New York
The music and actoring in itself was 5 stars and to be delighted by wonderful Choreography was a true treat - I could see it 3 times and still not catch all the subtle nuances all the characters put into the performance- was a spectacular performance- recommend it highly
Joan Parker from Evansville, Indiana
This play was magical from the very beginning. Loved each of the characters, the songs, the dances, the set, the effects, the music - everything. The actors all seemed to enjoy their roles & each other. Thank you for a great evening!
Allyson J from Thousand Oaks, California
Leaving Neverland at the Civic arts Plaza in Thousand Oaks whas the best, most professional show I have ever seen anywhere. The actors were flawless! The choreography was breathtaking. And the dog! Amazing! Highly recommended for all age groups.
Craig from Las Vegas, Nevada
BEST SHOW SO FAR THIS SEASON
After the stinker Fun Home and so so Motown, This show was a welcome relief. Stagecraft was amazing, Choreography superb. Most highly rounded musical. Highly recommend. if you can get tickets.
E Carlson from Sacramento, California
WANTED TO LOVE IT, BUT NO
Sorry. I hated the show. Every song was over the top and most of them brought the story to a halt. Show stoppers, by definition, STOP THE SHOW. Not that there was much story to begin with. A couple of lines, Big Fancy Song. A few more lines, Big Fancy Song. Start. Stop. Start. Stop. I'm really tired of real life being white washed for the stage. PT Barnum was a racist prig, but The Greatest Showman made him a hero; Peter Pan ruined the lives of the Llewelyn Davies children. Infidelity is okay if it is REAL love? Children will forget the death of their parents after a chipper song or a hug from a stranger in the park? Oh, for the love! There were some nice touches, such as whenever the kids were the focus and the opening London song. The sparkly death of a character was very pretty but totally weird and the rest of the characters had glitter on the bottom of their shoes for the rest of the performance. Talk about keeping her with them forever...
Shirley Davis from Texas
Very disappointed in the message of the play. Made the wife out to be awful so ok to pursue this other woman. Not child friendly message at all and one guy mouthed a terrible expression which was very offensive in the second half. The singing was good, the dog adorable and the children were excellent but I would not recommend to children or adults.
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