New York (ANI): It seems that a new play about the Rolling Stones music will need major alterations before reaching Broadway. The play, called "Satisfaction," which just opened in London's West End, shows ballet dancers representing the hits of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. However, the stage show failed to earn accolades and got severe bashing from critics.
"[It's] an under-powered, under-choreographed muddle. Instead of having the humor and energy of a rock concert, it is two slow hours of dated sentimentality..." the New York Post quoted Evening Standard critic Sarah Frater, as stating. “The able, young dancers do their best, but there's little hope when they're asked to move like chickens. If I was Mick Jagger, I'd be hopping mad," she added.