This fall, Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing the group’s improvisational shows to Broadway, The New York Times reports.
His upcoming project is called "Freestyle Love Supreme;" and is about a unique blend of improvisational theater and hip-hop music that even ended up on TV for a bit in 2014.
This is what the artist shared about what we will see.
"Fifteen years ago, when ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ was first developed, the idea of bringing our little improv show to Broadway seemed completely out of the realm of possibility,” Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail said in a statement.
“But it is out of that improbability that FLS has found this new home, thanks to legions of loyal fans—first at Ars Nova, at various festivals around the world, then with one-off shows, and most recently with our off-Broadway run last winter. We’ve had many of our happiest and most fulfilling creative moments working on FLS and are excited to see its next chapter unfold at the Booth Theatre. It is a show that consistently surprises us: we have no idea what to expect any time we do it— and isn’t that the true beauty of live theater? ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ wouldn’t want or have it any other way!”
Tickets will go on sale on July 9.