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There were some funny zingers, and some talented actors-but Michael/Dorothy fell flat, the story was all
Over the place, hard to follow, and the misogyny, transphobia and sexism was literally voiced in the lines of the show. The music was ok but super repetitive, As a long time Broadway show enthusiast, both in New York and locally in Denver, it’s the first time I have walked out at intermission, this show should have ended when the pandemic started.
Nancy Williams from San Jose, California
LEFT TOOTSIE AT INTERMISSION
Very disappointed! The writing was very entertaining but the songs were so boring! The actor portraying Tootsie was 1 star! At first it was funny but as time went on, it got worse! We never walk out. We think it is disrespectful. Never say never because we left with several others during intermission.
JJ from West Palm Beach, Florida
WHAT WAS THAT!
So disappointed in the performance at the Kravis Center in Palm Beach. First, the sound system continues to get worse with each production this year? Tootsie was so miscast. We appreciate the individual talented actors but in a million years there would be no chemistry between Dorothy and Juliet. Truly feel sorry for those involved in this show
Mike from West Palm Beach, Florida
Let’s skip to the 2nd Act due to my lack of interest in the first…a little boring for me.. Choreography and Music were sadly forgettable except for the rhythm and blues number performed by Julie.. However I give 3 stars to the orchestra in the pit which outshined the performances.Overacted at times. 0 chemistry between the 2 principal actors.
In fairness there were a few funny moments and it’s not entirely the actors faults that they had to cope with the hand dealt to them.
Caroline from Sarasota, Florida
Never leaving a show at intermission; I could not believe that such a well-known theater in which we have never seen a bad show there had such a deplorable cast; the stage presence was mediocre at best; the singing and plot absolutely boring. I felt that they should have paid us to watch the production. Thus definitely was a dud on Van Wezel.
from Sarasota, Florida
TOOTSIE WAS HIGHLY DISAPPOINTING PERFORMANCE
Poor performance. No beauty, no talent, no performance, no style, no mastery. Such performance is disrespectful to audience
Anonymous from Hartford, Connecticut
AWFUL ACROSS THE BOARD!
The acting, singing, dancing, blocking, casting, directing, and scenery were substandard. Barely at the high school level. The lead was talentless...as a male and female. While I respect the effort to be socially progressive, the effort fell flat! One of the worst plays I've seen! Left at intermission. A total bomb!
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