This 6-Year-Old Is The Best, Most Adorable Theater Critic Ever

'It's so hard to be a six-year-old kid who loves theater!'

World, meet Iain Armitage. Iain Armitage, meet world.

Many of you might envision New York theater critics as a bunch of highfalutin fuddy-duddys like these guys, but this six-year-old theater maniac is here to prove that the Great White Way has a little something for everyone. (Except for “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” of course, which is not appropriate for those in Iain’s age range.)

Armitage — who is the son of actor Euan Morton, who famously played Boy George on Broadway, and producer Lee Armitage — has been filming glorious, too precocious for words reviews of the shows he regularly takes in with his family, and his mother has been capturing the footage on her YouTube account. (H/T to Nick Walsh for the heads up.)

We think his opinions are pretty spot-on — and also out-of-this-world adorable — so feel free to watch some of our favorite reviews if you’re thinking about heading up to NYC for a show anytime soon, or if you just really like things that are cute. (Be sure to check out his rant about not being allowed to see “Hedwig” since it’s essentially the cutest thing we’ve seen all week.)

On “Les Miserables”

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