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It's time for a night at the theater.

You've bought your tickets, now grab your Playbill and head down to Broadway and catch the show.

Oh, did we say Playbill?

We meant Olaybill.


Olay has been producing musical advertisements for its products for about eight months.





Last month there was Be Sensitive: An Ode To Skincare.


"Be Sensitive" The Musical: An Ode to Skincare | PureWow x Olay www.youtube.com

There was also Olay Is Home For The Holidays:


PureWow x Olay present the Holiday Musical: Have you heard about…? www.youtube.com

And of course, #FaceAnything:


#FaceAnything | Olay www.youtube.com

But really, this all started with a dream and The Daily Facial Musical.


The Daily Facial Musical | Olay www.youtube.com

But Olay had more potential than that, and they knew it.

What they came up with was a fifty minute, one act musical starring Kristolyn Lloyd, Ana Gasteyer, Hannah Rose, Alysha Umphress and Courtney Daniels.

Watch below:


The New Hilarious Musical about Skincare | Olay Goes to Broadway www.youtube.com

The musical ran at New World Stages in New York City for one night only on April 9th.

The show itself follows the journey of a twenty/thirtysomething woman named Steph who has seemingly lost her "glow."

As her friends try and lift her spirits, they twist the lid off an Olay Whips jar and enter the magical land of Glow, where Glinda The Good Wi-ahem-the "Skin Advisor" (played by Wicked alum Ana Gasteyer) meets her and begins the art of consultation with all of her friends.






If the amount of puns don't make you laugh, the almost satirical levels of product placement, complete with airhorn, will. Olay spared no expense with fully producing this show.

With every product that the skin advisor gives out, Steph is one step closer to finding her glow. Finally, by looking within, she is able to get her "glow" back.

Yaaas, girl!



Sadly, the Olay musical seems to have been snubbed for Tony nominations this year.

Perhaps next season!

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