Something Rotten Hershey Tickets
“Something Rotten!” is considered one of the most prolific original productions of recent times, geared towards gaining big laughs and instigating critical thought amongst its audiences. Considered a quirky mix between reputable plays such as “The Book of Mormon”, “The Producers” and “Spamalot”, “Something Rotten!” engages the past and present of theater and creates an altogether original future out of it. Having made its Broadway debut at the St. James Theatre, the show is now headed to different cities for its off-Broadway run. Something Rotten Hershey tickets for the company’s stay-over in the prestigious Hershey Theatre are available now.
About the Musical
The play presents two brothers— Nigel and Nick Bottom— who are struggling to write a successful play while Shakespeare keeps getting one hit play after another. A local soothsayer prophesizes that the future of theatre is in dancing, singing and acting simultaneously, the brothers begin penning the world’s first ever musical. “Something Rotten!” is designed to tickle an audience which is well-versed in theatre. At the same time, it provides big laughs and endearing characters that keep new-comers entertained throughout. “Something Rotten!” is a play for everyone— the under-dog who feels they have yet to tap his or her potential, the theatre fanatic and the passer-by.
Over its run on Broadway, “Something Rotten!” has achieved great critical acclaim. With a staggering ten TONY award nominations including Best Original Musical, the play earned $524,944.50 on Broadway. Aimed at introducing new voices in the American theatre community, the play was penned by best-selling novelist John O’Farrell and Tony Award Nominee Karey Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick also worked on the music and lyrics with Grammy and Tony Winner, Wayne Kirkpatrick. Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw has choreographed the play to perfection.
The National Tour
After having closed on Broadway by the end of 2016, “Something Rotten!” has embarked on a national tour which expected to go into 2018 as well. With extensive runs in cities such as Boston and Pittsburgh, the company of “Something Rotten!” is now expected in Hershey. Something Rotten Hershey tickets have already been put up for sale.