Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Mamma Mia! On Broadway. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
After seeing this for 6 times in the Netherlands great to see it on Broadway as wel!
If I could rate this I would rate it a 100. We loved it. seats great
Congratulations !!! Our seats were super!!! No waiting line...although there was a really long one....!!! And the play one of the best!!!! Thankw to the Viator team and Management...
Loved this show! Everything was amazing - would go again!!!!!
I absolutely loved this show! I haven't seen it in London so I was really looking forward to it. We had very good seats in row B in the stalls and the whole performance was colourful and loud and really entertaining! The songs certainly get your feet tapping!
I was a bit sceptical about this show as I am not keen when people get up and start dancing around their seats. I find this distracting but this didn't happen at all in the theatre.
Our tickets were expensive booked online but we were not disappointed as they were good seats and a similar price to what we pay in the West End
It was the perfect Broadway show to see for a girls day out on the town celebrating a birthday. The seats we got were wonderful. We were in the center section, 3 rows from the front. It was just simply AWESOME!!! It helped to make my sister's birthday so memorable. The show was FABULOUS and had a few differences from the movie which I really appreciated.
This was a great production and we enjoyed it very much. Great seats too!
Excellent seats as we had a fantastic view. We picked the tickets up an hour before at the ticket office and they were ready and waiting. The show was great and we had a great time but the time passed too fast!
This show was super brilliant. I liked Abba music but i would never say i was a musical lover but this show was something special even if you don't know the music it will make you laugh. There were people of all ages and it ended with a standing ovation plus.