In Transit Celebrates a Harmonious Opening Night on Broadway

Broadway's first a cappella musical pulls into Circle in the Square station.

In Transit made history last night at Circle in the Square Theatre, officially becoming the first entirely a cappella Broadway musical. Set on an underground subway platform, the show follows a group of Manhattanites whose lives intertwine as they attempt to get from Point A to Point B. TheaterMania caught up with Margo Seibert, Justin Guarini, and the rest of the ensemble after the opening performance to talk about the landmark musical. Take a look as they celebrate the last opening of 2016 and explain just how In Transit is bringing joy to the lives of every commuter who comes to see them.

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