SAVED BY THE BELL's Dennis Haskins Appears in Off-Broadway's BAYSIDE! THE MUSICAL! This Weekend

SAVED BY THE BELL's Dennis Haskins Appears in Off-Broadway's BAYSIDE! THE MUSICAL! This Weekend

Bayside! The Musical!, the unauthorized musical parody of TV's #1 teen drama "Saved By The Bell" welcomes Bayside High Alumni Dennis Haskins, who played the iconic Mr. Belding on "Saved By The Bell", tonight and tomorrow, February 7th and 8th.

For tickets and more information visit www.BaysideTheMusical.com.

From the twisted minds that brought you Showgirls! The Musical, Bayside! The Musical! tackles all the tough questions: Will Zack and Kelly break up? Will Slater quit wrestling forever? Who will develop an incurable caffeine addiction? Will the gang save The Max? Will Screech die? Bayside! The Musical! has it all: large cell phones, wrestling, feminism, ducks covered in oil, teenage pregnancy, and proms.

Previews began on September 12, 2013 with an official opening on September 21. Bayside! The Musical! received unanimous critical acclaim and was named a Critic's Pick by the New York Times. The show's run has been extended four times.

Bayside! The Musical! features book, music, lyrics and direction by Bob and Tobly McSmith (Showgirls! The Musical!, JonBenet! Murder Mystery Theater!). Jason Wise (Cats, Beauty and the Beast) is the choreographer and associate director. Susan O'Dea is the music director. Scenic design is by Bryan Hartlett. Costume design is by Marcus Desion. Lighting design is by Adam Lash. Sound design is by Shane LaRue. Bayside! The Musical! is produced by John Capo and MediumFace Productions.

The cast features Sam Harvey as Zack Morris, Katie Mebane as Kelly KaPOWski, John Duff as A.C. Slater, April Kidwell as Jessie Spano, Justin Cimino as Samuel "Screech" Powers, Shamira Clark as Lisa Turtle, Amanda Nicholas as Every Other Student at Bayside and former New York City mayoral candidate Seth Blum as Mr. Belding.

To purchase tickets, log onto www.BaysideTheMusical.com or visit the Theatre 80 box office. Theatre 80 is located at 80 St. Mark's Place. By subway, take the 6 to Astor Place, the N/R to 8th Street or the L to First Avenue.




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