The Broadway cast of The SpongeBob Musical (Joan Marcus, courtesy Boneau/Bryan-Brown)

"The SpongeBob Musical" Will Be on TV This Saturday

Get ready to have the best Bikini Bottom Day ever: The SpongeBob Musical is heading to TV screens across the country this Saturday at 7pm EST!


The taped performance, which will air on Nickelodeon, features oh so many original Broadway cast members reprising their roles, including the effervescent Ethan Slater as Spongebob, Danny Skinner as Patrick Star, and Gavin Lee as Squidward. And, quick refresher, the show features choreography by Tony-Award winning Christopher Gattelli, original songs by pop icons from David Bowie to John Legend to Cyndi Lauper, and an ensemble of mega-talented dancers, including Jon Rua, Oneika Phillips, and Robert Taylor Jr., who shared, "Going back with the rest of the cast for this was a glorious experience! It's very rare to be able to go back to a show for a second run, and on top of that, it's one full of positive energy that will be captured on film forever."

Can't get enough of your favorite yellow sponge? The SpongeBob Musical national tour is also in full swing, with tons more stops planned through the rest of the year and into 2020.


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