'Freestyle Love Supreme' announces digital lottery
The improvisational show begins performances October 7.
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.
In Freestyle Love Supreme, seven company members take the stage and create sketches, comedy bits, songs and riffs, and more from audience suggestions, providing a different show every night. Special guests including FLS co-creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, Christopher Jackson, Daveed Diggs, James Monroe Iglehart, Wayne Brady, and more also appear at select random performances. Thomas Kail, a co-creator of the improv troupe along with Miranda and Anthony Veneziale, directs the production.
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