Oh, Hello On Broadway ran for 138 record breaking performances at Broadway's
Lyceum Theatre. David Letterman declared it "the funniest thing I've seen
in years." Mel Brooks said "After seeing Oh, Hello, I never wanted
to say goodbye!" The New York Times called it as "stupendously
funny," and The Hollywood Reporter named it "The funniest show in
town!" You will see for yourself how Gil Faizon and George St Geegland, two legendary bachelors of New York's Upper West Side, created the greatest work of art of the 21st or any century.
Michael John Warren
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