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Half of these reviews are of the North American Tour which has NOTHING to do with the
Las Vegas production. It's lazy reviewing. The Vegas cast has a cast from around the
country as well as international performers. They work so well together that they actually
seem like good friends in real life . I think the actors nailed the characters and the vocals
were really impressive. The Band sound AMAZING. I will be going back to this show and
bringing my family and friends. I was crying with laughter and touched at parts as well. If
you love Friends, GO GO GO. Also, the guy who plays Gunther covers lots of guest
stars...He is so funny I could have peed. SEE THS SHOW
from Toronto, Ontario
SO FUN TO WATCH!
On being Rachel, Sami nailed it! The cast
delivered! They are so funny! Great job!
Casey W from Las Vegas, Nevada
THE ONE WHERE THEY SING!
FRIENDS! The Musical Parody is absolutely hilarious. The show does a really
spectacular job of jamming 10 seasons worth of iconic moments (both
hilarious and heartfelt) into a single 80-minute show. But, even if you're just a
casual "Friends" fan, they do a great job of introducing you to each character
and their individual personalities, relationships and storyline. There's even
some great cameo appearances by some of the show's most beloved Guest
Stars. It's is an adult parody, but the production value is surprisingly high and
the talent is superb. You're really getting top-tier singers with tight vocal
harmonies and SNL sketch-comedy style acting chops!
from Las Vegas, Nevada
Great show! Did an awesome job of
encapsulating the highlights of the TV show
and character’s personalities. The harmonies
were spot on and the live band made this show
unique. Highly recommend seeing!
from Las Vegas, Nevada
FOR TRUE FRIENDS FANS
Can anyone compete with or replace our true F.R.I.E.N.D.S? Of course not, however this show comes a close second. Portraying some of the best friends moments throughout the show. If you’re a true fan you’ll love it no matter what.
Brent from New York, New York
I knew what to expect about the theatre. I read a few negative reviews, but I disagree. I found it very entertaining.
Toronto review from Toronto, Ontario
IT WAS OKAY
The actors are very talented, but the show
itself fell flat. They basically crammed the
iconic parts of the 10 seasons into a 2 hour
musical of poking fun, which was just okay.
Several times I felt like they expected more
laughter, and heads up, Chandler isn’t classic,
funny Chandler. I get that they are poking fun,
but I expected more. Some of the jokes just
weren’t that funny, and they over acted just
one aspect of each character throughout the
entire show. The best part is when “Janice”
makes her second appearance and does a
song on her own. Overall, too much money for
an overly low budget show, which couldn’t
even give us a look-a-like of the iconic sofa, the
actual font of the title, or Smelly Cat.
GOTfangirl from Chicago, Illinois
If you are/were a super fan of the show, you will enjoy this production. Set isn’t much to see, but that’s typical of other shows I’ve seen at Broadway Playhouse. Performers were really great. Just one oddity, we were sitting in the front row and Chandler repeatedly had spit flying out of his mouth when speaking/singing. I got hit multiple times and the person next to me was dodging to avoid it too.
Not-a-friend of this abysmal parody. from Toronto, Ontario
The first half is terrible. The second half extends
Allison C from Chicago, Illinois
DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY
Low budget, horrible acting production! It’s hard to watch. The acting was bad, the characters were so far off from the original cast that it was hard to relate it to the actual show. Way to corner to the point that’s it’s not even funny. If I could get my money back I would as for it immediately.
Laura from Denver, Colorado
The four of us went in with high hopes, they were deflated within the first 15 minutes! We left, along with others, after the first act. Very very very disappointing the only people that Thought it was hilarious supposed to group of drunk girls in the front row. Very very very disappointing, and we just could not listen to Phoebe squeal one more word!!
Mr Lewis from Las Vegas, Nevada
AWFUL!!! DO NOT WASTE YOUR $$$
Amateur at best!!! Not funny. Left within 20mins - as did others. No set, poor sound quality. Felt like we were watching a school production not a professional show. The actress who plays Phoebe was so squeaky and irritating! All the ingredients are there to make a great show but this was so off the mark. The only one good point I could make is that the actress who played Rachel was good and seemed to carry the show. She needs to join a more polished and professional company.
from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
FRIENDS MUSICAL PARODY
Horrible show with the music louder than the actors voices. Show lacked so much substance! Actors, especially Monica was way over acting. Difficult to watch! This show was at the Paramount in Cedar Rapids.
Jackie from Minneapolis, MN
90 minutes of my life I will never get back. Made me miss the early days of the pandemic. Terrible casting, especially Ross. "Musical" just translated to singing their lines without any real melody. The sound production was awful. Loud, no clarity, couldn't understand 90% of what was being said or sung. Set design b-o-r-i-n-g and amateurish. I'll stop now because I don't want to relieve one more moment.
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