Broadway's Next H!T Musical: the Award-Winning Musical Improv Show
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The last date listed for Broadway's Next H!T Musical was Thursday November 18, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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You've Got Hate Mail's off-Broadway run began in 2010 and is still going strong. This critically-acclaimed comedy about online hook-ups and break-ups proves that love "bytes" when an extramarital affair goes horribly wrong thanks to a juicy email left sitting on a desktop. Told entirely through emails read from laptop computers, the play even includes an unforgettable chase scene -- thanks to a network of smartphones. You've Got Hate Mail features a rotating cast and appearances by special guest stars from stage and screen. Authors Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, "the masters of modern farce," are among the most produced playwrights in the world, and have garnered multiple film and television awards for their work as actors, producers and writers. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
- "Hilarious!" --The New York Times
- "Remarkable... Something that few improvisers anywhere have the talent, experience and wit needed to successfully do...An 'A-list' of seasoned improvisers." --New York Post
- "A spontaneity, wit and inventiveness that must be seen to be believed!" --New York Post
- "A fun, snappy night of comedy and music" --NEXT Magazine
- "The swift and gifted troupe scores lots of laughs" --Daily News
- "At last! A musical of, for and by the people... That's entertainment!" --Time Out NY
- "This deliciously funny, clever and cute troupe improvises a full Broadway musical on the spot each week for the audience. Incredible, but true!" --Cabaret Hotline
Broadway’s Next H!T Musical features improv superstars Deb Rabbai, Rob Schiffmann, Robert Z. Grant, Kobi Libii, Stefan Schick, Rebecca Vigil, host Greg Triggs plus pianists Eric March and Andrew Resnick!
This seasoned cast has been recognized time and time again for their incredible talent and are a leading force in the world of improvisation.
The show’s first act is an award ceremony spotlighting “Best Musical” nominees based on audience-created song titles, and the second act is the entire musical based on the favorite nominee from act one.
Every melody, lyric, plot twist and jazz hand is made up on the spot!