Oh, Hello on broadway

World Premiere at the Lyceum Theater September 23, 2016, New York

Final performance played January 22, 2017

Twist created a "Tunafish Nightmare" effect for the Broadway debut of the two hottest voices in comedy today, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney. Their cult hit, “Oh, Hello,” was transformed for the Lyceum Theater, a “famously haunted theater,” according to the two new residents. Their pre-established fan base from Comedy Central, alt-comedy clubs, obscure videos and new comers alike all go wild for this silly, inspired, and extended version of their honed comic shtick as two affected Upper West Side geezers named Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland.


"STUPENDOUSLY ENTERTAINING! Give it up for Nick Kroll and John Mulaney! They are an army of only two, yet they seem destined to conquer and slay anyone who ventures into the Lyceum Theater. And, oh, the pleasure of their company. As long they are there, it’s the best little spot in town." – Ben Brantley, The New York Times




production Credits

Written and performed by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney; Directed by Alex Timbers, Set Design by Scott Pask; Puppetry by Basil Twist; Costumes, Emily Rebholz; Lighting Design by Jake DeGroot; sound, M. L. Dogg; production stage manager, Arthur Gaffin. Produced by Patrick Catullo, Marcia Goldberg, Barbara Whitman, Marc Platt, Pierce Cravens, James G. Kernochan, Jonathan Reinis, Benjamin Simpson & Joseph Longthorne / Shira Friedman, Triptyk Studios, Bellanca Smigel Rutter, Nathan Vernon, Mike Lavoie, and Comedy Central of a Nick Kroll and John Mulaney production of a comedy in one act by Kroll & Mulaney.