The delightful homage to some of the best moments in The Office kicks off by taking you back to the beginning — the day when, for some mysterious reason, a documentary crew starts filming the fairly average lives of Dunder Mifflin employees.
Luke's Theatre. And "that's what all our shows aim to do: Take a show that we grew up with, make fun of what we find messed up, and celebrate what we love about it.
Break the Musical! This is Dan Rosales, the talented young man who plays me. A Musical Parody.
In the eyes of the law, a parody will "transform" the original material by holding it up to ridicule. They laugh because it's a love letter, and we poke fun in a loving way.
Before the 20th century, popular song frequently borrowed hymn tunes and other church music and substituted secular words. And he had a good run until Julywhen the last edition of Forbidden Broadway closed in New York.
But a few modern references were also added to spice things up. Such preferences for Greek terms was a product of Renaissance humanism which was strong in Germany by that time, though the word's use at the time was infrequent and casual.
In their work, the McSmiths aim to please everyone from fans to casual viewers, with special attention paid to audience members who've never seen the source material. Pazakis suggests the "astounding craze" of nostalgic television reboots and series continuations are a factor in the genre's success, combined with audiences that "just want something different" out of their theatergoing experiences.
Seriously, they cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time.