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Something Rotten Atlanta TicketsSomething Rotten is an original musical comedy of the decade. The story follows two ambitious playwrights, Brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, in the year 1595 — a time when Shakespeare was stealing the stages. Desperate to emerge from Shakespeare’s shadow as original creators of their own artistic expression, the two brothers follow a lead from a soothsayer who foresees theatrical productions with song, dance and lines. The show explores the creation of the first musical amid a witty and enthusiastic cast donning Renaissance flair and catchy tunes. The first act introduces the hardships of being up-and-coming artists. By the second act — in pure Shakespearean form — the Bottoms Brothers learn the meaning of "to thine own self be true." The show presents a comical spin on many popular Broadway hits that audiences around the country have applauded with standing ovations. Time Out New York describes Something Rotten as "the funniest musical comedy in at least 400 years."
Bard of the BardsSomething Rotten is the creative child of Brothers Kary and Wayne Kirkpatrick, who developed the idea from the 1990s. The Kirkpatrick brothers are no strangers to entertainment. Kary Kirkpatrick is an American screenwriter, film director and producer who began his career as a writer for animation productions at Disney. Kary received a nomination for Best Book of a Musical along with John O’Farrell. The older brother, Grammy Award-winning Wayne Kirkpatrick, is an American songwriter and musician who has received several acclaimed awards, such as the 24th GMA Dove Awards. In 2010, in collaboration with John O’Farrell, and produced by Kevin McCollum, Something Rotten was on its way from an idea to the main stage by 2014. It was initially planned to debut at a tryout show in Seattle, but Kevin McCollom decided to take advantage of a Broadway opportunity that landed them a preview on the big stage in 2015. The Broadway production has been nominated for several Tony and Grammy Awards. Christian Borle won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.
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Where is Something Rotten performing?Something Rotten will be hitting the stage in cities across the nation, including Atlanta, Los Angeles and Buffalo.
How long has Something Rotten been on tour?Something Rotten debuted on Broadway April 22, 2015. A national tour was launched in 2017.
What are the musical numbers for Something Rotten?Some of the biggest hits of the Something Rotten musical production include "Right Hand Man," "A Musical," "Something Rotten," "I Love the Way" and the crowd-favorite "Welcome to the Renaissance." Also included are other great songs like "Bottom’s Gonna Be on Top," "The Black Death," "Make an Omelette," "It’s Eggs!," "Hard to be the Bad Bard," We See the Light," "To Thine Own Self Will Power" and "God, I Hate Shakespeare."
Who is the cast for Something Rotten in Atlanta?The Something Rotten Atlanta cast includes Mob McClure as Nick Bottom and Josh Grisetti as Nigel Bottom, Adam Pascal as Shakespeare, Maggie Leaks as Bea, Blake Hammond as Nostradamus, Scott Cole as Brother Jeremiah and Jeff Brooks as Shylock.
How long is the Something Rotten performance?Something Rotten consists of two acts. The entire show lasts approximately two hours, 20 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.
Which musicals are similar to Something Rotten?If you enjoyed Something Rotten in Atlanta, you may also find musical productions like The Producers and The Book of the Mormon entertaining.
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