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The Big Bang Theory: A Pop-Rock Musical Parody

Closed March 7, 2019

Half the fun in this outlandishly funny sitcom is that Penny is so spacey that she doesn't appear to recognize what hard-core nerds Leonard and Sheldon really are...even the presence in their bathroom of Luke Skywalker No-More-Tears Shampoo

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The Big Bang Theory Goes Off-Broadway

Math, science, history, unraveling the mysteries. That all started with the big bang... Hey!  Everyone's favorite group of bumbling scientists are now the subject of an unauthorised musical parody, coming to Off-Broadway gem the Jerry Orbach Theater this winter! Written and composed by award-winning musical producer Karlan Judd (Cheer Wars) and directed by up and coming New York theatermaker Tristan J. Shuler, the rib-tickling comedy presents an entirely new, time-bending adventure featuring Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Howard and Raj.

Over a decade ago, CBS debuted the plucky sitcom to mixed reviews but it really hit its stride in its third season, amassing over 10 million viewers. Forty-six Emmy nominations, seven Emmy awards and a spin-off show later, BBT continues its prime time reign as one of the channel's premier productions, it was just a matter of time before it was immortalised on stage! Intellectually brilliant but socially inept, the gang has spent over a decade broadening scientific horizons whilst looking for love with varying degrees of success. When their favorite Star Trek character comes to life, their neatly organised world is thrown into entertaining chaos, replete with an instantly memorable pop rock score.

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Previews from: 28 February 2019

Opening night: 7 March 2019

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2 reviews, average rating: (1.0 Stars)

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Gail Frances: “Walked Out”

I am currently in NYC for a sabbatical and have seen 14 broadway shows... more

Beth McHugh: “Please save your money”

it’s unbelievable that a show like this is in NYC. It is so amateurish.... more

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