The Nightman Cometh

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In what may be a new trend, last fall's "Family Guy" TV-to-stage event at Carnegie Hall has begat a live version of FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."  The cast of the twenty-something slacker comedy — Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito — will bring their crude, TV-MA sensibility to six cities around the time of the show's fifth season premiere (Sept. 17 at 10 PM ET).  The centerpiece of the live show will be a performance of The Nightman Cometh, the rock opera written by Charlie Day's character in the season four finale.  After the live performance, episodes of the new season will be screened.  

The Nightman Cometh will play New York's Beacon Theatre Sept. 16, as well as Boston, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.  Tickets for the shows in can be purchased by clicking here.

Here is an excerpt  from the opening of last season's "Nightman" episode.  

(Because of the show's TV-MA rating, Hulu requires age verification.)

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