"A funny and poignant show that has a DCPI sheet joke in it."
"Amazing musical! Go see Good Morning New York!"
"My brain’s still buzzin from Thursday’s performance of “Good Morning New York”! It’s a fantastic new musical comedy, populated by success-starved characters trying to navigate the grave yard shift at a local tv station. It’s got snappy, blunt dialogue.. balanced by a buoyant set of songs. Heartfelt, dynamic and at times, surprisingly devastatin. Lexi Rosenblum gets the biggest laughs as intern “Yaz”, and also stuns singing the shows penultimate truth bomb of a tune, “Station”. And “They Dim The Lights” brings tears of laughter, with the hilarious Lucien Coppola and show mvp Jacqueline Keeley (who plays 3 roles in addition to choreographing!) dishing out a dramatic dive bar dance routine. Can’t recommend it highly enough! "
Good Morning New York is a new Off-Broadway comedy musical about the behind-the-scenes of morning news shows. It is hilarious, heartwarming, and just incredibly awesome. The show tells of about the challenges New York brings in terms of life, dating, work, and pursuing your dreams. If you are in New York City before August 5th, I cannot recommend this show enough.
First off, the songs. Oh my. They are all so wonderful. I need there to be a cast recording of it on Spotify. I need these songs in my daily life.
Honestly, my friend and I chose this show because the tickets were cheap. I won't lie about that. I can't even remember how I stumbled upon it online. We had no idea what we were getting into, especially when we saw the tiny, 44-seat theater. I had listened to some of the songs on YouTube when I found the info about the show, but they didn't really give insight into the plot.
Again, seriously, go see this show.
" This is a MUST SEE production."
" Entertaining and heartfelt"
Good Morning New York is a new musical about the inner workings of an early morning news show. The show is very dramatic but there are some funny moments especially those which involve the scene stealing interns played by Lexi Rosenblum and John Vogel.