Review: ‘Oh, Hello on Broadway’ Stars an Even Odder Couple


John Mulaney, left, as a writer of dubious distinction, and Nick Kroll as an equally sketchy actor.

Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

The dirty old men have occupied Broadway. They are an army of only two, yet they seem destined to conquer and slay anyone who ventures into the Lyceum Theater, where they have set up their festering — and, admit it, stupendously entertaining — camp.

Give it up, ladies and gentlemen, for Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, whose “Oh, Hello on Broadway” opened on Monday night. This wheezing, cranky, incontinent pair of roommates from the Upper West Side are bringing shabbiness back to sanitized, glamorized Times Square. What’s more, they’re losers (sorry, boys) in a city where success is the holy grail. And, oh, the pleasure of…

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