Fela! Returns To Broadway For A Limited Period

Fela! The Tony Award-winning musical which debuted on Broadway in 2008 is returning back to New York for a limited period as the production continues on its world tour. The world tour production merges the cast of the London National Theatre and the original Broadway cast. The New York show will run between July 9th and August 4th 2012 at the Al Hirschfield Theatre.

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Everybody Say Yeah Yeah!!!

You May Also Be Interested In Past Fela! Posts:

*Fela! National Theatre Live Screening London
*Fela! Heads To Lagos
*Fela! Returns To London


I am obsessed with Fela! The Musial

Greetings Peeps,

Its Saturday and I am taking a break from editing my interview with New York singer “J’Sun” and also watching London Riot and Fela! London show clips on YouTube.


Fela! The Musical to head to Lagos

Greetings Tojettes and Tojeknights,

I hope you had a blessed weekend. I spent most of my weekend working on my CV and also chilling with my friend ‘Cheeks’. I was busy reliving my Fela! The Musical experience when I discovered that the show will be going to Lagos, Nigeria; The home of the legendary Fela Kuti.

The show which will feature the original Broadway cast will run from April 20th to 25th at Eko Hotel’s New Expo Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. For more information and to purchase tickets please click on the link below:


Everybody Say Yea Yea

Stay Blessed, Stay Connected


National Theatre Live to Broadcast Fela! Worldwide January 13th

The Tony Award winning FELA! is the true story of the legendary Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, whose soulful Afrobeat rhythms ignited a generation.

Inspired by his mother, a civil rights champion, he defied a corrupt and oppressive military government and devoted his life and music to the struggle for freedom and human dignity.

FELA! Is a triumphant tale of courage, passion and love, featuring Fela Kuti’s captivating music and the visionary direction and choreography of Tony-Award winner Bill T. Jones.  In short it is a fusion of dance, theatre and music. More