freestyle love supreme

freestyle love supreme

After wowing Broadway audiences in 2019, freestyle love supreme is back. freestyle love supreme is at the Booth Theatre from October 7 - Jan. 2, 2022. freestyle love supreme tickets are on sale now. Get freestyle love supreme Broadway tickets today.

freestyle love supreme is a high-energy show that is a blend of hip-hop, improvisational theater, music, and vocal stylings, all backed by live music from keyboards and beats. The concept began its life at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, as a hip hop comedy troupe. It was originally conceived by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Thomas Kail, alongside Anthony Veneziale.

Veneziale (aka Two-Touch) is still a full-time member of the troupe, joined for the 2021 run by Andrew Bancroft AKA “Jelly Donut;” Tarik Davis AKA “Tardis Hardaway;” Aneesa Folds AKA “Young Nees;” Arthur Lewis AKA “Arthur the Geniuses;” Kaila Mullady AKA "Kaiser Rözé" and Chris Sullivan AKA “Shockwave. A plethora of guest appearances have been promised sporadically throughout the Broadway run, including Hamilton favorites such as Tony Award nominee Christopher Jackson, Tony Award winner James Monroe Iglehart, Tony Award winner Daveed Diggs, and even Lin-Manuel Miranda himself. 

freestyle love supreme might well be the most unique trip to the theatre during the 2021-2022 Broadway season, encouraging audience participation and boasting improvisational skills that are second to none. And after all, it's not often you get to hear beatboxing on the Great White Way, so why not drop everything and head down to the Booth Theatre as freestyle love supreme drops the beat?

freestyle love supreme has won a special Tony Award, honoring outstanding performances. Find out more here

(Photos by Joan Marcus)

Running time: 
1hr 20mins (no intermission)
Categories: 
19 images
About freestyle love supreme:

freestyle love supreme features six talented performers providing non-stop action throughout this fast-paced evening, spinning cues from the audience into humorous bits, instantaneous songs and riffs, and fully realized musical numbers. The electrifying vocals of the performers – from singing to rapping to beat-boxing with harmonies and freestyle flow – are backed by tight tunes from keyboards and human percussion.

 

By:
Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Anthony Veneziale
Producer:
Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jon Steingart and Jill Furman
Director:
Thomas Kail
Lighting:
Jeff Croiter
Sound:
Nevin Steinberg
Design:
Beowulf Boritt
Costume:
Lisa Zinni
Cast list:
Andrew Bancroft AKA “Jelly Donut;” Tarik Davis AKA “Tardis Hardaway;” Aneesa Folds AKA “Young Nees;” Arthur Lewis AKA “Arthur the Geniuses;” Kaila Mullady AKA "Kaiser Rözé;” Chris Sullivan AKA “Shockwave;” and Anthony Veneziale AKA “Two-Touch.”
freestyle love supreme Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
October 7, 2021
Opening date: 
October 7, 2021
Available from: 
October 7, 2021
Booking to: 
January 2, 2022
Closes: 
January 2, 2022
MatineeEvening
Monday--
Tuesday--
Wednesday-8pm
Thursday-8pm
Friday-5:00pm9:00pm
Saturday-5:00pm9:00pm
Sunday--

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Address:
222 West 45th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue), New York, NY 10036
Nearest subway station:
42nd Street - Port Authority Bus Terminal Station

Latest freestyle love supreme News & Features

Freestyle Love Supreme
'Freestyle Love Supreme' announces digital lottery
September 30, 2021

We can't make this up! The improvisational musical comedy show Freestyle Love Supreme will host a digital lottery beginning with its first performance on October 7. The digital lottery will make a limited number of $25 tickets available for each performance. The show will play the Booth Theatre until January 2, 2022. This is its second run on Broadway, having played the Booth for the first time in 2019 for a limited run through January 2020. Freestyle Love Supreme earned a special 2020 Tony Award for the original run.

Photo credit: Freestyle Love Supreme in 2019 (Photo courtesy of Freestyle Love Supreme)
‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ to return to Booth Theatre this fall
June 16, 2021

After an acclaimed engagement in 2019, Freestyle Love Supreme will return to Broadway this fall.

Lin-Manuel Miranda in freestyle love supreme
Everything you need to know about ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ on Broadway
November 12, 2019

From humble beginnings at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, to two Broadway engagements, the hip-hop improv group known as Freestyle Love Supreme has come a long way. The troupe was co-created in 2004 by Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Thomas Kail alongside current FLS member Anthony Veneziale. And though FLS has toured the world, performing at festivals from Edinburgh to Montreal to Melbourne, the group's self-titled show could not feel more at home than at the Booth Theatre.

Lin-Manuel Miranda
A New York Theatre Video Guide to... freestyle love supreme on Broadway!
October 21, 2019

Have you had a chance to experience the most hip improvisational show in New York City yet? Co-created by the Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hamilton director Thomas Kail, alongside current cast member Anthony Veneziale, freestyle love supreme continues to provide lovely (and supreme) freestyle flow at the Booth Theatre on Broadway through January 5, 2020.

Andrew Bancroft, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Arthur Lewis & Christopher Jackson in freestyle love supreme
Official Broadway production photos released for freestyle love supreme
September 27, 2019

UPDATE: Freestyle Love Supreme returns to the Booth Theatre from October 7 - Jan. 2, 2022. Find out more information about Freestyle Love Supreme on Broadway in 2021 here. Drop the mic... and enjoy these brand new production photos! Producers of the Broadway premiere of freestyle love supreme, which began previews at the Booth Theatre on September 13, have now released official photography for the production.

Our freestyle love supreme Review

Improvisational theatre and comedy are long-standing New York traditions. I’ve always held in high esteem artists who create performance sequences, let alone entire shows, with little prepped content. The fiendish difficulty of coming up with material spontaneously is exacerbated by the need for a good show to have some semblance of pace and structure.