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Friends! The Musical Parody Announces National Tour!



Right Angle Entertainment, McSmith Family Entertainment and Lynn Shore Entertainment proudly announce a brand-new U.S. tour for Friends! The Musical Parody the off-Broadway hit currently playing in New York City. 

Friends! The Musical Parody is an unauthorized musical parody based on the wildly popular television series. This loving lampoon follows the wacky misadventures of six 20-something pals as they navigate the pitfalls of work, life and love in 1990s Manhattan.

Friends! will be PIVOTING to your city soon! The tour opens in October with dates and cities to be announced soon.

Bob and Tobly McSmith (Creators/writers) are distinguished gentlemen who met while working at Dippin’ Dots in the mall. The duo are the creators/writers of the following masterpieces: Friends! The Musical ParodyBayside! The Saved by the Bell Musical (NYTimes Critic Pick), 90210! The Musical and many others. Coming this Fall to The Theater Center (Times Square, NYC): The Office! A Musical Parody!

Songs from Friends! The Musical Parody include:

· “495 Grove Street – How Can We Afford This Place?”
· “How you Doin?” – Joey
· “We Were on a Break!” – Ross
· “Oh. My. God. It’s Janice!” – Janice
· “Will They or Won’t They” – Ross and Rachel
· “The Ballad of Fat Monica”

· “The Chick and The Duck Song”
· “I am Marcel, the Monkey!”
· “Could I BE Anymore...in Love with You” – Chandler
· “The One Where We Make a Million Dollars an Episode”
· “We’ll Always Be There For You

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