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'Twilight' Goes to Broadway… Sort Of

With the Twilight franchise coming to a close in November, it was almost pre-destined that the lucrative franchise would live on somehow. While Twi-hards eagerly pine for Stephenie Meyer to pen her next book, Midnight Sun, Twilight is going to Broadway… sort of.

For one night only at the New Worlds Stages, you'll be able to see Twilight: The Musical, a lyrical parody of the series starring One Life to Live star Meghann Fahy as Bella Swan.
 
The show's press release reads:
 
"Examine our culture of obsession through the story of teenage outsider Bella Swan who risks everything when she embarks on a star-crossed romance with vampire Edward Cullen."
 
Songs include the emo Death Never Sounded So Good, the creepy I Imprinted on an Infant and the comical Life Sucks When Your Boyfriend is a Vampire, which you can listen to below.
 
Tickets for the January 16th show start at $51.50, with proceeds benefiting Blessing in a Backpack, a non-profit organization that provides kids with food during the school year. More videos are available here.
 

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