Game of Thrones: The Rock Musical Extends and Changes Name
The parody will now be called Shame of Thrones.
Off-Broadway's Game of Thrones: The Rock Musical has announced that it will extend it's limited engagement NYC run through December 30 at The Theater Center. In addition, the production will continue with a new name: Shame of Thrones: The Rock Musical – An Unauthorized Parody.
Game of Thrones: The Rock Musical follows the first season of the hit HBO series, which is based on novels by George R.R. Martin. It debuted at the Macha Theatre in West Hollywood, where it played 40 performances, and played a sold-out run at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. It is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with HBO or the series Game of Thrones.
The cast features features Ariel Barber, Peter Berube, Drew Boudreau, Jeff Bratz, Konrad Jeffrey Custer, Billy Finn, Mandie Hittleman, Zachary Evan Kanner, Randy Wade Kelley, Delilah Kujala, Allison Lobel, Ace Marrero, Meghan Modrovsky, Ryan Pifher, Milo Shearer, Kacey Spivey, Erin Stegeman, and Jay Stephenson.