Oh, Hello on Broadway Tickets
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney bring their popular geriatric alter-egos to the Lyceum Theatre. For the first time, Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland move from late-night television to Broadway, for a laugh-out-loud comedy confessional featuring their signature opinionated rants, uproariously crass jokes and, of course, Too Much Tuna.
Speaking of “Too Much Tuna”, performances will sometimes feature a special guest to take part in the infamous prank. Just like the ridiculous sandwiches of that popular segment, the entire night promises to be over-stuffed with the kind of antics the duo is best known for. Silly, inappropriate, wonderfully crass and often surprisingly astute, The Oh, Hello Show is a guaranteed whirlwind of humour inspired by life on the Upper West Side of Manhatten.
Alex Timbers (who won a Tony Award for Peter and the Starcatcher) directs this madcap 90 minutes, and proves that he is on the same wavelength as Kroll and Mulaney – skilfully taking them from beat-to-beat while allowing their own chemistry and skill with improvisation to be real drive of the show.
This is an unusual and riotously strange evening in a Broadway theatre, one that will definitely prove unique and entertaining, while offering the kind of fun that would usually be more associated with alternative comedy dens or late-night television.
Sorry this show closed 22 January 2017, we recommend these similar productions.