'Friends' to debut as musical parody; song named 'We Were On A Break' part of show
The unofficial musical parody of 'Friends' will debut in New York this fall.
Los Angeles: A new musical parody of the iconic sitcom Friends is scheduled to premier in New York this fall.
Titled, F.R.I.E.N.D.S.! The Musical!, the show is an is an unofficial production from the creators of other parodies such as 90210! The Musical!, Kardashians! The Musical! and Full House! The Musical!, reported Billboard.
The off-Broadway production will hosted at The Triad Theatre, according to their official website. The dates for the shows have not been disclosed yet.
According to Huffington Post, the musical has been scripted by Bob and Tobly McSmith. It will include songs such as 'The Only Coffee Shop in New York City', '45 Grove Street? How Can We Afford This Place?' and 'We Were on a Break'.
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