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The entire cast, the staging, the choreography, the voices, orchestrations and so on and so on ....outstanding and a thrill to watch. I work at a library and told s o many patrons to drop
everything and get tickets pronto! !. I still can'tt get over Buddy and the exquisite cast who backed him up. ...Kevin , Roger, Cam, Dara ....all of you...congratulations! I'm seeing you guys
again. Talent and laughter abounds.
And, James, I'm still laughing
I loved Chris in The Buddy Holly Story and now he's Buddy again in Elf. Chris possesses a character with body movements and facial expressions that convince us that we're privileged to get to share in the story and make it part of our own legacy. I honestly didn't know what to expect with this show...and in fact were prepared to be ho-hummed as we were with the movie Elf. But we loved it because of the energy and sheer joy that is on stage. It's a holiday show that delivers and will endure, I'm sure. I'm planning to see it again and will bring a few fairy-tale loving friends with me.
Loved it! Loved the music, dancing and fun. Definitely different from the film, but refreshingly so. Special kudos to the vocals of the young man who played Michael. His voice was incredible! The actor who played Buddy was perfect for the role. Deb was a hoot (and quite a dancer!) and Jovy also had some dynamite pipes. Enjoy and don't take it too seriously. It is light hearted fun and you will walk away smiling. What more could you ask for? Would have given 5 stars but felt the main Santa was rather bland and a bit of a disappointment and I found Emily's character in the play odd.
My family and In-Laws love the move Elf so we were very excited to see this
production. The plot follows about 20% of the movie plot and they had a very good
production and acting.. The disappointment is they made some plot and dialogue
changes that made it not kid friendly. Elf yells "screw you", the store manager talks
to Elf about getting the Jovie character home and into bed, they say "Hell" in various
ways and stress the questioning of a belief in Santa very frequently with the reporter
at one point saying "nobody believes in Santa!".
Looking around the theater, they majority of people had young kids who
presumably wanted an Elf themed show in a "G" environment and to enjoy a theater
experience. If they remove this teen themed additions, I could recommend it. I
would not see it again or recommend it based on how it is.
This is something you should take your children to see if you want to share a theatre experience with them...NOT a
date night for adults. It did not compare on any level to the movie and left us wondering what happened. It is not that
the cast did a bad job...but elf was such a hysterical movie the musical just did not meet our expectations. This would be
a nice family play to watch with your kids if you have young children but would recommend something else for a more
adult crowd or for those looking for a proper rendition of the Elf movie with Will Ferrell.
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