Finally, a non-Disney age appropriate show in New York City for everyone in your family ages 7 and up! My family was super excited to attend the New York City Off-Broadway premiere of Mad Libs Live! at the New World Stages on 340 West 50th Street.
I am thrilled to offer to you guys a chance to win 4 free tickets to come see this super fun show!!!
Mad Libs Live! is the official musical inspired by the popular fill-in-the-blanks game, Mad Libs premieres tonight at New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street, NYC for a limited run through January 3, 2016.
With an infectious pop score, Mad Libs Live! fully embraces the spirit of the “World’s Greatest Word Game” and is the perfect musical for audiences 7 and up who want to stop being serious and start getting goofy! The script and score are full of blanks that are filled in by words contributed by the audience members and selected at random by the actors, ensuring a hilarious and different show every single time!
In Mad Libs Live! Virtuosa, Gogo, Geyser, and Merrily, four teenagers from Blankville Central High School with little in common, come together to form a singing group to try and win the title, “Teen Superstars!” Mad Libs Live! is set during the live, televised competition when the teens realize that the songs they are about to sing have words missing. Thank goodness these discombobulated kids have THE AUDIENCE there to help them fill in the blanks! But…will this be enough to help them win the competition?
Mad Libs Live! stars Jeanfranco Cardentey (Spring Awakening/Hangar Theatre), Lindsey Brett Carothers (Bring It On:The Musical/Broadway), Max Joseph (Curious George/TheatreWorks USA), Melody Madarasz (Academia Nuts/NYMF), Zachary Noah Piser (Godspell/Marriott Theater) and Santina Umbach (Mamma Mia!/Broadway)
Critically acclaimed Book Writer/Lyricist, Robin Rothstein (Samuel French Short Play Festival Winner) collaborated with award-winning Composer Jeff Thomson (Trails) on the musical. The New York production will also feature direction by Austin Regan (Drama League Directors Project Fellow), choreography by Robin Levine (The Addams Family, All Shook Up – Cortland Repertory Theatre), scenic and prop design by Julia Noulin-Merat (Rocky Horror Show – Hangar Theatre), musical supervision by Aaron Jodoin (Broadway: Kinky Boots, First Date, Side Show) lighting design by David M. Upton (The Mnemonist of Dutchess County) sound design by M. Florian. Staab (The Library, Uncle Vanya – The Public Theatre) and costume design by Tony Award nominated, Bobby Pearce (Taboo).