NYU LAW REVUE PRESENTS: THE FIRMINATOR! Law Revue returns for its 41st season with a parody of the 90s Sci-fi classic, Terminator 2: Judgment Day. At this year's thrilling, action-packed law school parody musical, you can expect some of the following: Actual Explosions! Portmanteaus involving the word "law"! Death-defying acrobatic stunts that make Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark look like Les Misérables! Pelvic Thrusts! Robot Battles! An appearance from former California Governor Gray Davis! And for the second year in a row, DEAN TREVOR MORRISON!
The 41st ANNUAL NYU LAW REVUE will take place Wednesday, April 15th through Saturday, April 18th at 8 p.m. in Tishman Auditorium! Tickets will cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door, and they will be on sale on weekdays from 10-3 in Golding starting on April 6th.
About Us: Law Revue is the annual musical parody of life at NYU Law that is written, produced, and performed entirely by law students. The show enjoys an annual attendance of more than 1,500 students, alumni, faculty, and friends. Every year Law Revue looks for writers, actors, singers, dancers, musicians, and technical crew to help make the production a success. Students of all levels of talent and experience are encouraged to participate.
Past show themes have included: Ocean's Elawven, Back to the NYUture, Alawddin, West Fourth Story, How to Succeed in Law School Without Really Trying, and more!
Want some more? Here are some of our favorites from the past: