Why See The Office! A Musical Parody?
The Office Gets An Hilarious Musical Makeover
The doors of Dunder Miflin are opening once more! Running for nine seasons and 201 episodes, four-time Emmy Award-winning sitcom The Office entertained audiences with its off-the-wall brand of cringe comedy and instantly-quotable one liners. It's funniest moments are lovingly lampooned in this brand new Off-Broadway parody, brought to the stage by the creative team behind the cult hit musical parodies of Friends and Full House, Bob and Tobly McSmith.
Spend a day at Scranton, Pennsylvania's third largest paper business, in the company of an office of mismatched individuals led by Michael Scott, the totally tactless, insensitive and imbecilic regional manager who somehow still comes off as loveable. With song and dance numbers like 'Welcome to Diversity Day', 'Goodbye Toby, You're The Worsty' and 'That's What She Said', the send up combines the asides and straight-to-camera monologues of the TV show's 'mockumentary' style and the razzle dazzle of musical theater with hilarious results.
Cast and Creative
Sarah Mackenzie Baron as Michael Scott
Michael Santora as Dwight Schrute
Tom McGovern as Jim Halpert and Andy Bernard
Taylor Coriell as Pam Beesly and Eric Hannon
Katie Johantgen as Angela Martin and others
Rebecca Mason-Wygal as Phyllis Vance, Meredith Palmer and others
Ani Djirdjirian as Kelly Kapoor and others
Madeline Glenn and Patrick Swailes Caldwell as Swing
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