It’s time to experience all the highs and lows of Broadway at its raucous best with Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging at the 47th Street Theatre. ShowTickets.com has your chance to see this hilarious production with tickets at prices that won’t bust your budget. You’ll realize quickly that nothing is sacred in this Off-Broadway show. Watch as four of New York’s best performers do the work of 14 on stage as they lampoon Rocky, Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, and Wicked, to name just a few. This show not only tackles the stories of those popular Broadway productions, but it puts its own clever take on their songs.
Recently named as one of the Top 10 Plays and Musicals to see by Time Magazine, Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging is a popular show that’s been three years in the making. Gerard Alessandrini first performed the original Forbidden Broadway in 1982, and his brainchild has been running ever since -- even earning him a Tony Honors for Excellence in Theater Award in 2006. Alessandrini rejoins his long-time director Phillip George to bring this incarnation to life. And ShowTickets.com has discount tickets for this show that’s been dubbed “the funniest 100 minutes on stage today!”
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Hilarious spoofs of Broadway's best!
Anyone that loves to laugh and watch a fun change of pace is going to enjoy Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking. This Off-Broadway musical finds ways to poke fun at classics and modern Tony Award winners like Kinky Boots. The cast may be small, but is wild on stage with humor and dead-on impressions while singing hilarious rewrites of the songs of Broadway’s most popular shows. So if you’re new to the Broadway experience or a well-seasoned theatergoer, Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging is your ticket to non-stop laughs in New York City from ShowTickets.com.
“Back onstage, and Showing no mercy.” - <strong>The New York Times</strong>
“Forbidden Broadway is the funniest 100 minutes on stage today!" - <strong>WCBS</strong>
“Riotous, biting and brilliant!” - <strong>New York Daily News</strong>
“A glorious celebration of theatre!” - <strong>NY1</strong>