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Mandy Patinkin Reviews

ConcertsVocal & Classic PopJazz & Blues

Average customer review: 1.5 star rating (1.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 10



4.0 star rating Susie from Nashville, Tennessee


I've been loving Mandy's voice/style for decades and last night I finally saw him perform. I cried through the whole show. At first it was from happiness and then it was from sadness. It was moving - downhill slowly. I'm so sad that I left a Bucket List stunned and confused. People couldn't get out fast enough. :(

2.0 star rating Katya from San Francisco, California


I, too, was very disappointed in Mandy Patinkin's concert. An exhilarating performer in the past, he has chosen this time to sing a selection of songs that all sound the same: distressing, depressing, and deflating. Where has the old Mandy gone?

2.0 star rating Katya from San Francisco, California


I meant also to add to my earlier comments that it would have been helpful if Mandy had shared with the audience the origins of the songs he was singing and some sense of why he was selecting them. Perhaps such commentary would have leavened the darkness of it all.

1.0 star rating Lee from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Big Mandy fan. Very disappointed in the selection of numbers. Appeared to be very tired.

1.0 star rating Kelly from San Francisco, California


Love Mandy but his voice was just not there. It was shaky, weak and often simply off pitch. The song selections might have been touching if they didn’t continue on a dreary dirge of nostalgia and contrived sentimentality. His attempt at singing Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody was confusing as to whether we were meant to think it was parody or an earnest effort. I actually felt insulted that anyone would think an audience would enjoy the performance. I’m sorry to be so negative but i think there is a limit to how poor a show can be but banking on the draw of the name to sell tickets. Very disappointing.

1.0 star rating from San Francisco, California


Very morbid show. Songs depressing Audience almost stopped clapping half way thru

1.0 star rating Sammy from Washington, District of Columbia


I just don't get it. His voice is extremely limited. Yes, he's extremely dramatic, to the point of being overwrought. Very strange selection of unfamiliar songs that were uniformly depressing. Lots of empty seats in the theatre (we got decent tickets last minute, that should have been a sign). Most of the audience seemed pleased, but I assume they are long-time Mandy fans, applauding him for his lifetime of achievement -- not this performance. Maybe he used to be a good performer, but doesn't have it any more. Rather sad.


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