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Wasn’t sure how a musical could possibly be made from this story and was honestly more than a little skeptical. Have never meant a standing ovation and applause more. All events are handled with just the right amount of humour and/or sorrow. The music and sound resonated well and we had no problem understanding any of the accents. The actors versatility was astounding and we have spent time just trying to remember who played who and it’s surprisingly difficult because they transformed themselves, and the settings, so well by incredibly simple means.
Sharon G. from Buffalo, New York
MOVING, FUNNY, EXTRAORDINARY
This production is nothing short of amazing. The cast is on stage for 140 minutes without intermission and play both the passengers and the Newfoundlers, assisted by clever lighting and simple but effective stage props. The cast is talented, the music entertaining, and true story of human kindness and generosity moving. The light of the people of Gander in the midst of the darkest time in US history brings a sense of hope and a reminder that the world is a better place when we help another in need.
Anonymous from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Riveting from beginning to end. The audience roared with a well-deserved standing ovation. This might be my favorite musical ever.
S. Minsos from Palm Desert, California
LEARN TO BE A NEWFIE
Come From Away is theatre at its best. From the self-deprecating quips, to the first wary sips of screech, to the daring kissing-of-the-cod, you, who "come-from-away," are invited to peek into the world of Gander, NL. Jayzus, Mary, and Joseph, isn't Canada proud of the people on the Rock? Humour (love the griddles' scene) is brilliantly laced with sympathy. You may not catch every word? That's okay, you catch enough of Newfinese to appreciate the grandness and grace in small-town simplicity: Once upon a time, Canadians responded to an American tragedy with action, generosity, and compassion. Wonderful score and performance.
Linda Goeldner from Des Moines, Iowa
MY SON EXPERIENCED THIS
We have just bought tickets to attend Opening Night. so have not seen it yet, but he experienced it and I remember the phone call from him and his experience as a then single guy and the hospitality he received. Looking forward to seeing the show. He has come to DM from Madison WI
Molly S from Minneapolis, Minnesota
IF IT WASNT FOR HAMILTON, I WOULD GIVE THIS 5 STARS.
This was a great show. It hit on all the emotions; joy, fear, shame, sadness, funny. Cleverly written and amazing stage design. I could go back again and again and again. you will find yourself toe tapping to the music, crying with the characters, and laughing out loud. Everything you would want in a musical.
Pete Watson from Vancouver , British Columbia
HORRIBLE SOUND DESIGN
Great play in every way , except for the sound design, incredibly frustrating to not be able to hear the dialogue.! Had to leave 3/4 through last night in Vancouver. Went my Newfie friend , I was driving her crazy with a question of what was said every minute.! Get that right .and I would love to go again
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