So I got this email this morning, I must have been on a mailing list or something: "I Hope They Serve (Free) Beer On Broadway I'm not joking, there's going to be a Broadway adaptation of my first book, called I Hope They Serve Beer On Broadway. This is a real thing, and yes, it kinda shocks me too. I didn't write the play, I'm not directing it, I'm not even going to a rehearsal. The first time I'll see it will be opening night. The one thing I do know about it is that it's all ripped directly from my book (nothing new, like the movie). But the director has asked me to be at every performance in June, and I told him I would do it under two conditions: 1. That I drink for free (yes, there's a full bar in the theater) and MOST importantly, 2. Each of my fans who come get a free drink. This is very serious, and no catch to it. Since I wasn't involved in any part of the creative process of this play, I can't guarantee or even comment on the outcome, but I can guarantee one thing: You come to any of the 16 performances in June, and not only can you drink with me, but one of those drinks will be free. Buy your tickets here [and hurry up, there are already sold out shows, the rest will sell out soon]" Since hes not involved (i.e. ruining) with the creative process, it might be pretty funny compared to the movie. Focus: What do you think about it being made into a Broadway show? Intrigued?