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FRIENDS! The Musical Parody

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Facts

Type of Event

Comedy

Price

$75 (Plus Tax & Fees)

Contact

(702)-777-2782 or (855) 234-7469

Venue

Anthony Cools Showroom

Additional Info

GROUPS

If your group exceeds 25, please call 855-234-7469 or email our team

AGE LIMIT

FRIENDS! The Musical Parody includes some adult references and language (We’re looking at you, Joey!) Recommended 16+. 

THE ONE WHERE THEY GO TO VEGAS

FRIENDS! The Musical Parody is the hilarious new musical that lovingly lampoons TV's Friends. You'll laugh! You'll cry! You'll Unagi! The show celebrates and pokes fun at the wacky misadventures of a group of 20-something pals as they navigate the pitfalls of work, life and love in 1990s Manhattan. 

Immerse yourself in all things Friends as Phoebe sings her heart out in Central Perk while Gunther serves up some coffee. Brought to life in New York City, FRIENDS! The Musical Parody pivots to Paris Las Vegas to continue its successful off-Broadway run that pokes fun at the show we know and love. 

Drawing celebrity attendance, bachelorette parties, anniversary celebrations and more – fans of the Friends brand bring nostalgia and enthusiasm to each musical performance. From those who watched on NBC to the ones who streamed it on Netflix, generations alike are yelling “It was a break!” and “PIVOT!” as they reminisce on the iconic moments from all ten seasons of their favorite sitcom. 

Follow FRIENDS! The Musical Parody on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @AFriendsMusical. 

THE ONE WITH THE REVIEWS

“Every Friends fan’s dream!” - POPSUGAR 

 “FRIENDS! The Musical Parody will make you laugh so hard your face will hurt.” - Theatre Life  

“Best New Show” - Las Vegas Review Journal’s Best of Las Vegas Awards 

“Smart, Moving, Funny!” - Broadway World 

“Could it BE any funnier?!” - Los Angeles Times