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Web-series-turned-TV-show Broad City opens door for further adaptations with live tour

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Since launching in 2010, Broad City has taken the form of a web series, an occasional stage show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and a half-hour series currently airing on Comedy Central. Now comes the Broad City Live Tour, a sign that there’s no stopping Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson’s portrait of 20-something life in New York from turning into a book, a tie-in breakfast cereal, or a literal portrait of 20-something life in New York. Beyond a series of dates that begins March 4, details on the tour are minimal—though the number of rock clubs on the itinerary suggests that Glazer and Jacobson might end up putting their percussion skills to good use. Glazer and Jacobson will be on the road through April 5 (presumably not riding the Citi Bikes in the image above), at which point Broad City is free to morph into its next incarnation. Maybe it’ll be an alternate reality game in which Hannibal Buress drops by every 15 minutes to brighten your players’ days with a non sequitur.  


Tour dates follow; tickets go on sale at noon Eastern on January 31.

March 4

Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair

March 5

Philadelphia, PA—Trocadero Theatre

March 6

Washington, DC—9:30 Club (tickets for this show on sale at 10 a.m . Eastern on January 30)


March 7

Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle

March 8

Atlanta, GA—Terminal West

March 12

Pontiac, MI—The Crofoot

March 13

Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall (2 shows)

March 14

Madison, WI—Majestic Theatre

March 15

Minneapolis, MN—Triple Rock Social Club (2 shows)

March 20

Austin, TX—Stateside Theatre

March 21

Houston, TX—Walter’s Downtown

March 22

Dallas, TX—The Kessler Theater

March 24

Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater (2 shows)

March 26

Seattle, WA—Neumos

March 27

Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios (2 shows)

March 28

San Francisco, CA—Great American Music Hall

March 29

Los Angeles, CA—Troubador

April 5

Brooklyn, NY—The Bell House


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