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The Greatest Adventure of Your Life – The 6th Annual production of 420 The Musical!

What better way to celebrate 4/20 than to catch a showing of the 6th Annual Performance of 420: The Musical? The musical is an interactive experience that gives the audience the impression that they have actually paid a visit to the Land of 420 (along with the main character). Free munchies are handed out, and blankets and pillows are available. 

The story revolves around the main character Jerry who ends up smoking weed with some friends on 4/20. He crashes and finds himself in the Land of 420. In order to get back home, he must find the Mighty High. His friends help him along the way. The show is said to be a bit Wizard of Oz-esque, which means that everyone will enjoy it, not just weed smokers. 420: The Musical celebrates smoking pot, but in the end it’s a light hearted comedy that is pure unadulterated outrageous entertainment. 

Each year this musical is held at a different venue in Buffalo (it also shows in NYC). 420: The Musical was written in 2011 by Buffalo comedian, John Kehoe. The music is by Laura Lonski.

Starring: Ryan Kaminski, Jamie Nablo, Sam Crystal, Courtney Hoerner, Hannah Sharp, Thorin Vallentin, Jeremy Catania,  Elliot Fox, Al Baker AKA: Fattie King, Samantha Stack, Jamie Moore

Written by John Kehoe and Laura Lonski

The Greatest Adventure of Your Life – The 6th Annual production of 420 The Musical!

3 Performance at the Screening Room Cinema Café @ The Boulevard Mall

Thursday 4/20 – 7:20 pm

Saturday 4/22 – 4:20 pm

Sunday 4/23 – 6:20 pm

Get Tickets at:

www.420themusicalbuffalonewyork.brownpapertickets.com

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