Around the World in 80 Days

Theater

Comedy

Hell's Kitchen

Until Sun Jan 5

  • $$$
  • Photograph: Michael Blase

    Around the World in 80 Days

  • Photograph: Michael Blase

    Around the World in 80 Days

  • Photograph: Michael Blase

    Around the World in 80 Days

Photograph: Michael Blase

Around the World in 80 Days

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Phil

This show is a lot of fun. It was really wonderful. James Seol who plays several roles is wonderful. All the actors are great but James Seol really was amazing.

Joyce

Fun and creative. Uplifting and entertaining throughout. I knew the story from childhood but was never bored The acting was excellent , with many amusing subtle gestures The special effects mimicking weather conditions were ingenious. Tiny details, including shadows of attacking Indians were hilarious

Susan

So happy we got to see this show. We got discount tickets to see this play and figured we had nothing to lose for the cost. If choosing to see this play, you have to remember this is off-Broadway, so the venue will not be as grand, nor will the effects be like a Disney production. If you are looking for a REAL New York City play experience though, and not a tourist attraction (for example Lion King) this is the one to see. The story line is good for kids, no nudity or bad words, although it might be hard to children under 9 to follow the plot. The stage, although small, is elaborately and creatively done in a steampunk fashion with some great lighting effects and a circular screen image which all really ad to the show. Great period costuming as well. The cast is small, but the talent huge. Some play multiple roles and all are fantastic. Lots of subtle humor, not slapstick but definitely funny stuff! Don't want to ruin the show, but the train scenes and an elephant scene were very funny. The cast does a great job of acting out being on a train. Very happy we were able to see this play and wish it a long run.