Critics are saying:
"...hilarious, darkly campy [...] If you like The Sound of Music, you're certain to get a kick out of this show."
- Suzy Evans, Backstage
"...Parody is a tricky art to pull off and The Hills Are Alive! deftly and hilariously succeeds at it."
- Brian Gillespie, NYTheatre.com
"...reaps the rewards of producing a parody of exceptional quality that should continue to please theatergoers hopefully for a long time."
- Joseph Verlezza, Theatre Reviews LTD
"I laughed out loud and often and--beyond that--admired the craftsmanship, the mix of precision and loopiness, the go-for-it spirit and the bucketloads of talent."
- Rob Lester, NiteLifeExchange.com
"Come for the squabbling siblings in braids and lederhosen, stay for the witty musical numbers..."
- David Kennerley, Gay City News
Audiences are saying:
"Great big smiles from overture to denouement. Tight book and hilarious, dexterous lyrics."
- Jerrod, user review, TimeOut New York
"I couldn't stop laughing. When the body count starts to pile up, you begin to wonder whether there will be anyone left at the end...but I've already said too much, except that ultimately the end is very satisfying! No spoiler there."
- Chip Prince, B'way Conductor
Chosen as a Highlight of the New York International Fringe Festival by The New Yorker, Playbill, and a Top Ten Pick by Gay City News.