I love The Cher Show. I've been following the show since it was announced in September of 2017. I sadly did not get to see the show in Chicago but I followed it through the message boards on here. Lucky for me, I've been able to see the show 6 times on Broadway, including the first preview and be in the actual Cher's presence at a few of the shows! I'm going for a 7th time tomorrow for a final time before I come back to the city in October! I just love this show so much and it
I saw Dee this week in The Cher Show and was looking forward to seeing her take as "Star." I felt that she was good, but lacks in her portrayal as Cher. She couldn't do the voice (speaking and singing) or have any of her mannerisms. I would like to her portrayal as Lady, as I think she could do really well with that.
bwaybrent said: "I heard Cher was in the audience tonight. Can anyone confirm/have any updates?"
Yes she was there last night. She sat in the rear orchestra to the sides. Saw her walk in right as lights dimmed for Act 2. Apparently she was there for the whole show. She spoke to the cast afterwards and I saw her walk out of the theatre. Cast members said she loved it and that there isn't a better group of people to portray her life!
Lil Crazy said: "Saw The Cher Show in Chicago. Heard the curtain call was going to change. Can you tell me how it’s now presented..."
The curtain call is now to "Take Me Home." Everyone does their bow to the instrumental version of it and then they all sing the last few lines of the song...mainly just "Take Me Home" repeatedly. I wish they sang more of the song, but who knows maybe the will!
BroadwayBear2 said: "Important Question: Do they have a fun and sassy themed cocktail at the bar? If so, what is it?
Yes! They have a: "Bang Bang Apple-Tini," "Dark Lady Daiquiri," "Superstar Cosmo," "Believe Margarita," and "The Sonny & Cher Sangria." I had the Apple-Tini the other night and it was great! They also have show cups too!
I saw this show last night and I have to be quite honest..I loved it! I have been following this show since it was announced last season and paid very close attention to it in Chicago. What I saw last night was a very different show than the one in Chicago. The whole "variety show" story was cut and it's just about her life and the three Cher's tell the story. I think what made this enjoyable was not only the amazing performances, costumes, and music but the fact that t
Last time I went they sold about maybe 3-4 shirts? There's a unisex logo T that has the image of the playbill cover on the front and then like a list of her songs on the back, a shirt that says "Love to Love You Baby", a tank top that says "Hot Stuff" repeatedly, a bomber jacket, and I think there's one more shirt that I can't remember. They also sell shot glasses, sunglasses, and some other little trinkets!