I Hope They Serve Beer On Broadway — the theatrical adaptation based on the books of Tucker Max that played a showcase engagement at Roy Arias Stages at Theatre IV in June — will have a limited run in New Jersey this fall.
Presented by Smugbug, LLC, performances at The Black Box at George Street Playhouse, which is located at 9 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick, will begin Oct. 30. Dan Swern directs the adaptation penned by Christopher Carter Sanderson.
Casting will be announced shortly.
Show times for I Hope They Serve Beer On Broadway By Tucker Max will be Oct. 30-31 at 8 PM, Nov. 1-2 at 8 PM and 11 PM, Nov. 3 at 8 PM and Nov. 5 at 8 PM.
The showcase featured Abe Goldfarb in the lead role. He was joined by Athena Reich, Jacklyn Collier, Molly Gillman, Robert Gonzales Jr., Mark Greenfield, Monica Hammond, Madame Rosebud, Samantha Opitz, Greg Petroff, Peter Reznikoff, Nicholas Teti and Kelly Tuohy.
I Hope They Serve Beer On Broadway By Tucker Max, according to press notes, "revolves around [Tucker Max's] own shocking and hair-raising adventures."
The creative team also included costume designer Chloe Chapin, fight choreographer Giselle M. Chatelain, assistant stage manager Katie Santos, assistant director Derek Butts, lighting, sound and set designer Ryan Hauenstein and production stage manager Katy Moore.
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