Customer Reviews for On Your Feet!
One of the Season's Best!
We enjoyed this show so much! Of course the music is fantastic, but combine that with amazing performances and glorious choreography and you have a winner! Became emotional at the sheer artistry and entertainment of it all. As soon as we left the theater, we walked right up to the box office and bought tickets to the July 28th performance. I can't wait to see it again!
I would watch this again and again and again
LOVED OYF!! Saw it in New York and I laughed and I cried and I wanted to keep crying after it ended. Can't wait to watch it again
On Your Feet SF Golden Gate newly refurbished theater
Absolutely awesome!! My husband and I laughed and cried!! Loved the music,actors and choreography!! Wish my mom could of seen it!! Guess we will need to buy more tickets and see it again! Definitely a must see!
On Your Feet
Due to our busy schedules, very seldom manage to get tickets on time to go to the different shows in Seattle, however, we found tickets available for the Sunday performance and it was absolutely fantastic! Truly enjoyed the entire show and we "feel" the music was leaving us with lovely memories of the past. Congratulations to the entire "On Your Feet" team!
Fantastic musucal and such a talented cast.ðŸ’•
My husband and I loved "On Your Feet". We're long time fans of Gloria and Emilio Estefan musical talent. Seeing this moving musical left us happy and feeling like we just saw Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine in voncert. Talented and beautiful cast, showed they loved sharing their passion of music and dancing. I remembered Senora Gloria Fajardo from Emily's Instagram videos, iImisd her too. You wil appreciate the inspiring journey of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.
On Your Feet : Indeed !
A truly inspiring and compelling story! Wit, romance and the MUSIC! The Rhythm is gonna get you, more than once during this show. The foundation of the show is the orchestra and musical director Jorge Casas who drives the infectious rhythm via vintage Fender P-Bass. The percussion section was precise and relaxed at the same time. Timbales and conga basking in the Cuba Libre. The horn section was smooth as glass and opened up the score during scene changes and segues. The story moves along easily as told though infectious song and colorful choreography. Here is where we see truly gifted performers deliver non-stop movement and shimmering harmonies. Christie Prades (Gloria) and Mauricio Martinez (Emilio) are instantly lovable leads with charisma to spare. Whether in harmony, counterpoint or solo, superb performances by both. The supporting cast and dancers are joy to watch. Don't miss this one. Get on Your Feet!