Ever wish you could see It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia live? Gonna go ahead and assume you said ‘yes.’ Well…check out this carefully worded press release!
Fans of the hit show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia will have their chance to see the gang up close and in person as they take “The Nightman Cometh” on the road. The musical performance was written by Rob McElhenney (Mac), Charlie Day (Charlie) and Glenn Howerton (Dennis) who all star along with Kaitlin Olson (Sweet Dee), and Danny DeVito (Frank) with special appearances by Mary Elizabeth Ellis (The Waitress) and Artemis Pebdani (Artemis). “The Nightman Cometh” is a live stage adaptation of a fan favorite episode from season four in which Charlie writes a rock opera to woo his longtime obsession, The Waitress. The stage show originally premiered in Los Angeles last Spring and, based on the success and fan buzz generated by the musical, producers decided to bring the live show on the road.
I’ll give you a chance to clean out your underwear.
Nightman is coming to New York City, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and (duh) Philadelphia. Be forewarned that tickets will likely sell out very quickly! So be at your computer tomorrow morning at 9am or try to track down presales online. You don’t want to wind up sucking some guy off in a parking lot for tickets, do you? Do you? Trust me, I’ve been on both sides of that equation, and no one goes home happy. Either you get some sweet mouth-weiner action but miss the show, or you do get to enjoy the concert but you’re trying to sing along with a mouthful of spunk. It’s just not worth it. Get your tickets in advance, folks.
Here’s the link for tickets, through Live Nation. For some reason, it doesn’t list the Beacon Theater show in New York, but I’m sure it will be updated before the day is out.
I had the privilege of seeing the show twice in Los Angeles earlier this year, and it is truly awesome. This is your chance to see Charlie, Mac, Dennis, Sweet Dee, Frank, Artemis, and The Waitress performing with an amazing band…LIVE! Don’t miss it!
P.S. If you are unable to get tickets, I’ll be in the parking lot with a trenchcoat and some poppers.