|‘Baby Wants Candy’ Rocks SoHo Playhouse Again
Categories: Comedy Shows,Latest News,Off-Broadway Shows
Posted: March 4, 2013
by Ted Greenberg
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Late night shows that tickle the funny bone are a great reason to live in New York City or plan a visit. There’s nothing like being charmed or captivated by a unique, downtown experience. Something not quite like another. And, I’m happy that Baby Wants Candy, that juggernaut musical improv show, has returned to Soho Playhouse through the end of April. Get your tickets now before the show sells out its Friday night at 10:00 pm run.
It’s widely accepted in the industry that developing a musical takes, on average, eight years. That’s right. 70,158 hours to bring a musical to life. At Baby Wants Candy, all it takes is ONE HOUR for the zany cast to come up with a musical you will never, ever forget. A Chicago import, Baby Wants Candy, according to its website, has featured performers Stephnie Weir and Nicole Parker (MadTV), Rachel Dratch and Seth Meyers (SNL), Jack McBrayer (30 Rock), Garry Tallent (Bruce Springsteen and the E St Band), Mark Pender (Max Weinberg 7) to name a few.
Don’t just take my word for it. The New York Times has made the show a “Critic’s Pick”. And Buzzfocus.com raves, “This gathering of comedic geniuses is the one show you want to see before you die.” All I can say is welcome back to New York and Soho Playhouse, Baby Wants Candy. You’re sure to heat up the rest of winter.
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