Sunday, October 12, 2008

Family Guy – Live at Carnegie Hall

Join me in supporting the Writers Guild of America (WGA), in attending this great new event, with all proceeds going to the WGA.

See my review of Family Guy Sings here!

There are very few events in Carnegie Hall that make we want to mess with a black tie and tails, but this one promises to be very special.

"Family Guy Sings" features the entire cast of Seth MacFarlane’s Emmy Award-winning animated television series “Family Guy,”.

It promises to bring the house down at New York’s legendary Carnegie Hall on Monday, November 24 & Tuesday, November 25.

Conceived by Family Guy creator and star MacFarlane, the show will feature the cast singing live with a 40-piece orchestra conducted by Family Guy composer Walter Murphy. The actors will perform a live reading of two uncensored, classic episodes of the popular animated television show, as well as bonus material never before seen on FOX. The cast will also sing musical numbers from those episodes, along with many other classic songs that have been featured in the series.

This could be as good as Andy Kaufman’s legendary performance at Carnegie, where he took everyone out for milk and cookies afterwards . . . .

You can buy tickets here. All the best seats are already sold out, but there are a few good seats left in the mezzanine.

At last, a cultural event that you can share with the kids . . . .