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Lin-Manuel Miranda To Bring Hip-Hop Improv Show To Broadway This Fall
Miranda, who co-created the crew with Anthony Veneziale and Thomas Kail, will co-produce and sometimes appear on the show, the New York Times reports. The show will run at Booth Theatre for 16 weeks, starting Sept. 13 and ending in January.
"There’s nothing like live theater and when it’s being created in front of you, there’s really nothing like it," Miranda told the Times.
Audiences can expect an unpredictable show. "Every show is different in material—and in who appears on stage," the show website said. Andrew Bancrof, Chris Sullivan and Veneziale are among the performers in the Broadway show.
The group, created in 2004 and featuring a hybrid of hip-hop, comedy and improv, toured the world, had a TV show for a small period of time and had an off-Broadway show at the Greenwich House Theater earlier this year, according to the Times.
General tickets for the Broadway show go on sale July 9. For more information, go to the show's website.