Oh Hello on Broadway Tickets
The creators of The Oh, Hello Show, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are taking their highly successful show to Broadway. Packed with hilarious performances, the duo will take the stage as two grown men in their 70s and will keep you entertained for over one hour at New York’s Lyceum Theatre. If you want to watch it live then get your hands on Oh, Hello on Broadway tickets now. The show has received critical success. Oh, Hello on Broadway has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from publications like The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Guardian and The Washington Post. Comedy stars like, Mel Brooks and Amy Schumer have also praised the show.
The famous comedians, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are going to present the theatrical version of their hit comedy act, The Oh, Hello Show on Broadway. Prepare yourself for an epic show which will keep you laughing uncontrollably for more than an hour as it makes its way to New York’s famous venue, the Lyceum Theatre. So, book your Oh, Hello on Broadway tickets as soon as possible and enjoy the duo’s hilarious performance live.
Kroll and Mulaney’s brainchild
John Mulaney and Nick Kroll are the creative minds behind the hit comedy skit, ‘The Oh, Hello Show.’ Nick is an accomplished comedian, actor, writer and producer. He is famous for playing the part of, ‘Rodney Ruxin’ in the comedy series, ‘The League.’ The New Yorker has also featured in many films like, ‘My Blind Brother,’ ‘Loving,’ ‘Date Night’ and ‘Get Him to the Greek’ among others. He was also the creator and star of his sketch comedy television series the ‘Kroll Show’ which aired on Comedy Central.
John Mulaney is a Primetime Emmy Award winning comedian. He has spawned three standup specials, ‘The Top Part,’ ‘New in Town’ and ‘The Comeback Kid’ out of which the latter received positive response from the AV Club. Mulaney is also as a writer on Saturday Night Live and has also voiced the character of Andrew for Netflix’s animated sitcom, ‘Big Mouth.’
Mulaney and Kroll came up with the idea of, ‘The Oh, Hello Show’ after watching a couple of men wearing blazers and turtle necks at The Strand bookstore as they purchased their own copies of Alan Aida’s book, ‘Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I’ve Learned.’ They two of them take after the men as they head into a coffee shop. That is when they decide to play host to a comedy show based on the two characters.
In early 2000s, Nick and John started hosting the show weekly at New York’s popular comedy club, Rififi and introduced the world to their alter egos, Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland. They soon began to hone their fictional characters and, Oh, Hello began to garner a massive fan following. The sketch was also performed on the, ‘Kroll Show.’ The duo has now taken the show to Broadway.
Meet Faizon and Geegland
The protagonists of, Oh, Hello on Broadway, George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon met each other in Toronto during the Vietnam War. They live in a rent controlled apartment and try to make a living while residing on the Upper West Side.
The role of Gil Faizon is played by Nick Kroll. Gil is Jewish, with an ex wife. He also has a stepson Joe Mande and a son Adam Brody. His introduction line when meeting people is, ‘Charmed I’m Sure, Gil Faizon.’ By profession, he is a mashed potatoes’ stand in model.
George St. Geegland’s part is performed by John Mulaney. George is a Newark native who was born in the mid 1940s to parents who were verbally abusive. He is a creative writer by profession and is the author of a novel titled, ‘Rifkin’s Dilemma.’ Geegland is short tempered who not only yells but also makes racist comments about people.
Under the direction of Timbers
Oh, Hello on Broadway is directed by Alex Timbers. He is known for directing Broadway shows like, ‘Rocky,’ ‘Peter and the Stracatcher’ and ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.’ Moreover, Timbers is also the co-creator of the Amazon series, ‘Mozart in the Jungle.’ He has also garnered several accolades throughout his career including, Outer Critic Circle Award, Golden Globe, Drama Desk Award and the London Evening Standard Award.
What the critics are saying
Oh, Hello on Broadway has received overwhelmingly positive response from the critics. Joe Dziemianowicz wrote a review for Daily News and stated, “Going for the funny bone, it’s a swirl with jokes and jabs at actors, stage hokum and overripe clichés. I was in stitches.” Many more publications like, The Huffington Post, Financial Times, The Hollywood Reporter, the New York Magazine and the New York Post among others gave the show rave reviews.
You now have the chance to watch the funny performances by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as they entertain you at the Lyceum Theatre. Get your dose of laughter by booking Oh, Hello on Broadway tickets today.