Local theater critics are calling SISTER ACT Heaven-sent! Just look at all of these great reviews!
Star-Telegram/DFW.com critic Punch Shaw calls the show, “habitually funny.”
“All musicals should be this much fun!” says Dallas Voice’s Arnold Wayne Jones.
Theater Jones calls the show a “lively two-and-a-half hours,” showering praise on the elaborate staging and choreography.”
John Garcia’s The Column said this is a “habit” you don’t want to break! “So many of today’s new batch of musicals suffers from lackluster scores. Bless the heavens above because Sister Act The Musical is a grand breath of artistic fresh air with their sizzling score.”
The North Texas arm of BroadwayWorld.com raved as well, zeroing in on Gisela Adisa, who is playing Deloris this week. Hey, Gisela, here’s the world’s best pull-quote for you: “Remember the name Gisela Adisa, it won’t be the last you hear of her.”
Adisa and Kingsley Leggs (who plays bad dude Curtis Jackson) appeared on Good Morning Texas, wherein Adisa did some serious roof-raising.
CBS came out on opening night to interview Kingsley and Jacqui Graziano, a graduate of SMU. Gooooooooo mustangs!
E. Clayton Cornelious, who plays “Sweaty” Eddie Souther, was interviewed on KTXD’s The Broadcast. And someone FORGOT TO TURN OFF HIS CELL PHONE.
E. Clayton also chatted with Broadwayworld.com writer Sara Brown.
And Star-Telegram contributor Mark Lowry wrote a big centerpiece about Sister Act music composer Alan Menken.
Sister Act runs through June 23. Tickets are still available here.