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Something Rotten Orlando TicketsSomething Rotten is the brainchild of Karey Kirkpatrick and John O'Farrell. The story centers around two brothers, Nick and Nigel Bottom, who are desperate to write a hit play. They're feeling stuck in the shadow of a character called "The Bard," a Renaissance rock star. The brothers don't know the face of theater is changing and involves acting, dancing and singing at the same time. It isn't until a local soothsayer tells them about the future that they set out to write the first musical the world has ever seen. The show runs for a few hours, is family-friendly and features music by Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick.
There's Nothing Rotten About Something RottenSomething Rotten officially opened on Broadway at the St. James Theatre in New York City. The musical was nominated over a dozen times with different awards organizations. The ones that stand out most are Tony Award nominations for Best Musical and Best Book of a Musical. The nominations are nothing new to the creative team behind Something Rotten. Wayne Kirkpatrick is the Grammy-award winning songwriter of "Change the World" by Eric Clapton, taking home Song of the Year. Karey Kirkpatrick garnered nominations for Outstanding Book of a Musical and Outstanding Lyrics with the Drama Desk Awards. John O'Farrell co-wrote the book the show is based on with Karey. He's a well-known comedic author and scriptwriter from the United Kingdom. Some of his accomplishments include writing the bestselling novels May Contain Nuts, The Best A Man Can Get and The Man Who Forgot His Wife. He's written some nonfiction work as well and has had some of his work adapted to BBC Radio and Television. There's no doubt that O'Farrell's comedic chops played a role in the success of Something Rotten. Between the shared writing of O'Farrell and Karey Kirkpatrick and the musical tenacity of the Kirkpatrick brothers, it's easy to see why the show has drawn so many nominations along with the cast that performs throughout the tour.
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How long is the Something Rotten Orlando's performance?You can expect the performance to last around two hours and 20 minutes with an intermission.
Is Something Rotten the only show playing in Orlando?Being in the vicinity of global sensations productions at Walt Disney World, you can catch Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas in Concert at the Walt Disney Theater at the Dr Phillips Center.
Has Something Rotten won any awards?The production hasn't won any awards, but it did garner several nominations for the Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Outer Critics Circle and Astaire Awards. Something Rotten's Tony Award nominations include Best Actor in a Musical, Best Director, Best Choreography, Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score.
Who stars in the Something Rotten Orlando production?Matthew Baker stars as Shakespeare in the performance. He's known for his roles as Tony in the national tour of Saturday Night Fever and his role as Northbrook in a regional performance of Mary Poppins. He's joined in Something Rotten by Matthew Janisse as Nick Bottom, Greg Kalafatus as Nostradamus and Emily Kristen Morris playing Bea.
Are there any shows similar to Something Rotten?If you enjoy musical comedies, The Book of Mormon is a show to go see. It's a satire examining the beliefs and practices of The Church of Latter-day Saints that ends up showcasing the positive power of service and love.
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