Who didn’t see this one coming?
With the film franchise soon coming to an end, the book series buried, and hopes for Stephenie Meyer’s next book “Midnight Sun” vague, “Twilight” is going to Broadway, ladies and gentlemen! Well, sort of.
Mark your calendars for January 16th, Twi-hards, because for one-night only at the New Worlds Stages, you will be able to see “Twilight: The Musical,” a lyrical parody of the series, starring “One Life To Live” star Meghann Fahy as Kristen Stewart‘s “Bella” character.
“Examine our culture of obsession through the story of teenage outsider Bella Swan who risks everything when she embarks on a star-crossed romance with Vampire Edward Cullen,” reads the show’s press release.
Song titles include the emo ,”Death Never Sounded So Good,” the cringe-worthy “I Imprinted on an Infant,” and the chuckle-inducing “Life Sucks When Your Boyfriend’s a Vampire.”
Can’t score a seat or make it to NYC? We’ve found snippets of the group on their YouTube page BellaandtheCullens to satisfy your vampire craving.
Hmmm, someone taking a page out of the wizard’s handbook? Sounds a bit reminiscent of “A Very Potter Musical.”
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