Lin-Manuel Miranda Co-Creation ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ Announces Broadway Debut

Lin-Manuel Miranda Co-Creation ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ Announces Broadway Debut
Freestyle Love Supreme, the hip hop theatrical improv show co-created by Lin-Manuel Miranda in 2004 and staged intermittently since, will make its Broadway debut in September, producers – including Miranda – have announced.

The show, which recently completed an Off Broadway run, will begin previews at Broadway’s Booth Theatre on Friday, September 13, with an official opening on Wednesday, Oct. 2. The strictly limited 16-week run concludes Sunday, January 5, 2020.

The show combines singing, rapping, comedy, beat-boxing and human percussion, with the performers taking suggestions from the audience to create “humorous bits, instantaneous songs and riffs, and fully realized musical numbers.”

The production’s core company will be Andrew Bancroft Aka “Jelly Donut,” Arthur Lewis Aka “Arthur The Geniuses,” Bill Sherman Aka “King Sherman,” Chris Sullivan Aka “Shockwave,” Anthony Veneziale Aka “Two-Touch,” and Utkarsh Ambudkar Aka “Utk.” Special unannounced guests are planned for select performances during the run, including Miranda, Christopher Jackson, Daveed Diggs, and James Monroe Iglehart,
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