We are thrilled that the critics have been lavishing praise on our production of Man of La Mancha. Those of you with the foresight to buy your tickets are in for a treat!
Here’s what the critics are saying –
“… this perennial favorite fully lived up to the high standards we have come to expect from the Princeton Festival.” –Toby Grace, Out in Jersey, 6/12/17
“Great songs, voices, message … a summer gem. Better than more elaborate renditions, [this production] gets to the tragic, comic heart of it all.” –John Timpane, philly.com, 6/13/17″
“Jesse Malgieri [as Cervantes/Don Quixote] has a wonderful baritone voice … and a great presence on stage.” “Sandra Marante [as Aldonza/Dulcinea] will captivate you.” “Jordan Bunshaft [as Sancho Panza] is sheer perfection.” “It’s enchanting and refreshing!” –Robin Berkel, princetonfound.com, 6/14/17
“… an expressive, engaging show … a universal cast of glorious singers beautifully perform [this] potential trap of a score.” “Marie Miller’s costumes are loaded with [wit].” –Neal Zoren, U.S.1/princetoninfo.com, 6/14/17
“There is nothing quixotic about this beautiful production, which makes effective use of the intimate space.” “Malgieri, Marante, and Bunshaft have an entertaining chemistry between then.” “[Marie} Miller’s [costume] work is particularly effective in a scene where Quixote is forced to confront another knight; and a torn but armored costume for Aldonza.” –Donald H. Sanborn III, Town Topics, 6/14/17
“I can’t imagine having many opportunities to see performers so good in such an intimate setting.” –Anthony Stoeckert, The Princeton Packet/centraljersey.com, 6/16/17
Read the full reviews on our Reviews & Articles page.
All remaining performances are now sold out but you can join the waitlist at the door starting one hour before each performance.as we do occasionally get tickets turned in at the last minute.
If you do have a an extra ticket, please consider donating it back to The Princeton Festival by calling the McCarter Ticket Office at 609.258.2787 in advance. We will gladly send you an acknowledgment letter from The Princeton Festival for tax purposes.
And if you are unable to come to a show, please enjoy this preview presented at the Princeton Public Library on June 8th –