The Nightman Cameth and Wenteth
The Nob Hill Masonic Center was filled to the brim last night with a boozy crowd lucky enough to snag tickets to the SF leg of the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, "The Nightman Cometh" live tour. The semi-sensical musical, performed by cast members Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney and Danny DeVito was a victory lap for one most delightfully dysfunctional TV shows in history. There was a bit of improv, there was a crowd sing-a-long to “The Dayman” and there was Danny DeVito in troll-gear. All-in-all, a win.
Pre-performance entertainment included a sneak-peak of an upcoming episode (which revolves around a flip cup rivalry – also, a win) and a preview of the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: It's a Very Sunny Christmas DVD. The latter includes a Santa vampire scene, which is reason enough to pre-order it for any respectable Christmas list.
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