Overall, I thought the production value was very high, but I did not love the show. I found it to be sort of slow and had some issues with the script and score (but no matter how good a production, you can't fix these things).
I thought Moses and Baldwin were great. I thought Baldwin's voice was just wonderful and she hit every note with perfection. Especially in the show-stopper, "Till There Was You," her voice was perfection throughout the entire show.
Donna Migliaccio (Ragtime), who played Mrs. Paroo, was also a standout among the ensemble of great actors, both established and those making their debut. Migliaccio really found the humor in her character and the power as the matriarch as well.
I also thought the dancing was awesome. The extended dance sequences (like Shapoopi) were fantastic and I thought all of the actors seemed truly naturals.
Overall, I think this production was enjoyable and good, but not the best I have ever seen. I don't quite think it rivals Smith's previous musical hit, OKLAHOMA!