Rachel Bloom Will Bring Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Radio City Music Hall

Film & TV News   Rachel Bloom Will Bring Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Radio City Music Hall
The TV musical comedy series will perform a live show in New York City in May.
Rachel Bloom Scott Everett White/The CW

Rachel Bloom, creator and star of The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, announced that the cast of the television musical comedy will perform a live show at New York City’s Radio City Musical Hall May 14.

Tickets are not yet on sale, but interested attendees can sign up for notifications about pre-sale at RachelDoesStuff.com.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is currently airing its fourth and final season. Created by Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, the show has been nominated for four Emmy Awards; Bloom won the Golden Globe for her performance in the first season. Bloom stars as Rebecca Bunch, who quits her high status Manhattan law firm and moves across the country to West Covina, California, after bumping into an ex-boyfriend who lives there. Each episode features original songs by Bloom, Jack Dolgen, and Adam Schlesinger.

READ: How Rachel Bloom Made a Musical Comedy a Hit TV Show

The cast features numerous stage alumni, including Donna Lynne Champlin (Company), Vincent Rodriguez III, Skylar Astin (Spring Awakening), Gabrielle Ruiz, and David Hull (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), as well as Pete Gardner, Vella Lovell, Scott Michael Foster, and Erick Lopez. No word yet on who will take the stage in the live show.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has also featured Broadway stars in recurring and guest roles, such as Tovah Feldshuh, Patti LuPone, and Josh Groban. The show regularly parodies musical theatre, from numbers inspired by Chicago’s “Cell Block Tango” to Les Misérables “Do You Hear the People Sing?” The April 5 series finale will be followed by the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Concert Special.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend airs Fridays 9PM/8PM C on The CW.

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