If you’re psyched for the return of FX’s gloriously offensive sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia this September, the cast might be bringing their particular brand of madness to a theater near you.

Fans of the show will remember that last season ended with Charlie (Charlie Day) and the rest of the Paddy’s Pub gang staging a rock opera based on Charlie’s catchy yet powerfully inane song “Nightman.” A while back the cast performed some of the songs at the Troubadour club in LA, and the AP is reporting that response was so positive that now they’re taking the show on the road.

That’s right, if you live in Boston, New York, Philadelphia (of course), Seattle, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, you could get the chance to see the unique magic that happens when Danny DeVito sings. Click through to the show’s official site for details.
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