Musical Parody of "Full House" to Premiere Off-Broadway

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From the creators of Bayside! The Musical!, which will soon finish up a two-year run Off-Broadway, comes another 90's-inspired show, Full House! The Musical!, an unauthorized musical parody of the hit ABC family sitcom TV series.

Performances of Full House! The Musical! will begin Sept. 7 at Theater 80 in Manhattan's East Village.

In the musical, the beloved Tanner family faces a crisis: Patriarch Danny has lost his knack for sensible dad speeches and as a consequence begins a descent into madness, turning from lovable, wholesome Danny Tanner to the dark and crass Bob Saget.

Fans of the sitcom can expect to have important questions answered, such as "Will D.J. Tanner develop an eating disorder?!" and "Can Uncle Joey get on Star Search even though he’s not funny at all?!"

The show features book, music, lyrics and direction by Bob and Tobly McSmith; choreography by Jason Wise; scenic design by Bryan Hartlett; costume design by Shamira Clark; lighting design by Adam Lash; and sound design by Lauren Vargas.

Bayside! The Musical! extended 12 times at Theater 80 and is scheduled to end its run Aug. 8.

Tickets are $30. To purchase, visit FullHouseTheMusical or the Theatre 80 box office. Theatre 80 is located at 80 St. Mark’s Place at First Ave.

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