Valerie from Costa Mesa, California
The combination of dance, music, comedy, story of love along with great set design and transformation was fabulous. Sara Esty who has a lead role as Lise is both graceful and energising ultimately stealing the show with her talent for both ballet and singing. The big tap-dancing scene done by the three male leads along with a full stage of dancers exceeded my expectations. We had Orchestral Terrace seats that were optimal for viewing the entire stage. I loved it so much I would go again!
Dee from Los Angeles, California
Dancing, sets, singing! It has it all. Fantastic performance!
Jan G. from Sacramento, California
We are huge fans of Gershwin music and have seen this show twice. Don't hesitate---see its stellar cast in a superb production.
Milton lewis from Hamilton Ontario
A brilliant piece of work. The dancing and staging are spectacular. Do not miss this underrated musica/ballet.
Claudette Moniz from Providence, Rhode Island
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
One of the best shows I have seen recently at PPAC. The dancing is unbelievable. Don't know how they do two of these shows in one day on the weekend. It has to be exhausting. The singing was also very enjoyable and the scenery was beautiful. Fabulous cast, great job. Totally recommend this show.
from Providence, Rhode Island
It starts with the cast and the cast was amazing. Good score, wonderful dancers. Had an old Broadway feel with a fresh look.
Carl Olson from Detroit, Michigan
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Excellent! The Detroit Opera House is a great venue. The cast was absolutely wonderful. Not one mistake was apparent.
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