Re-live your “younger years” and see your favorite Animaniacs characters sing live on stage in Animaniacs in Concert – a musical revue starring original cast members Rob Paulsen (Yakko, and Pinky from Pinky & the Brain), accompanied by Emmy winning composer Randy Rogel, who wrote and created many of those memorable songs you STILL can’t remove from your brain!
«Rob Paulsen and Randy Rogel don't just put on a great show for 'Animaniacs' fans. They put on a great show period. You could know nothing about Yakko, Wakko and Dot and still have just as good of a time as the people who grew up watching 'Animaniacs' every day afterschool in the 90s.»
− Danny Gallagher, Dallas Observer
“What an honor to have Rob Paulsen and Randy Rogel perform “Animaniacs in Concert” in our room. Rob’s energy and Randy’s music were truly a thrill!“
− Joe’s Pub (New York) 8 show run
«Animaniacs live is a fantastic show, and great for the whole family!»
− The Rialto Theatre (Tucson)
“Two sold out shows! 'Animaniacs in Concert' is pure delight!”
− La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
«The ANIMANIACS were ANIMAGICAL! It was an incredible musical journey that had the entire audience- kids, parents and grandparents- on their feet and making memories! Can't wait to bring the show back!»
− The Arcada Theatre (St. Charles)
«In a surprisingly intimate setting, Rob Paulsen and Randy Rogel's hilarious stage banter and involving storytelling bring these beloved animated characters to life and beyond through inspired songwriting and mischievous performances.»
− Louis Fowler, Red Dirt Report (Oklahoma City)
«An afternoon of musical fun and great memories of the Animaniacs show. Randy and Rob are both so very talented; the audience loved them! The post-show talk back session was very good, lasting a little over an hour. This show was a special memory the audience will remember for a long time.» James Lumber Performing Arts Center
Animaniacs in Concert: Now available as Two Man Show with Piano and Audio Visual projection for cartoon clips, shows how the songs went from writer's studio to the TV screen!
Watch Animaniacs, all 99 episodes on HULU! and 26 new episodes in production from Steven Spielberg and Warner Brothers coming for 2020!