Get Excited, 'The O.C.' Is Becoming A Musical

Californiaaa, here we comeeee!

Forget the reboot -- we're now in the era of the musical adaptation. After news of a "Full House" musical and "Clueless" musical, "The O.C." is the latest TV show to get the on-stage treatment, according to Variety. The teen drama, which originally ran from 2003 to 2007 on Fox, is being turned into a musical in Los Angeles. The sad news? The show will only run for one night on Aug. 30.

"The O.C. Musical" comes from the producers behind "Cruel Intentions: The Musical," with Jordan Ross directing and Lindsey Rosin producing. They've even set up a Twitter account to share updates on the special production. So far, we know the show will feature characters Seth Cohen, Luke Ward, Sandy Cohen, Kirsten Cohen and show creator Josh Schwartz -- played by BuzzFeed's senior entertainment editor, Jarett Wieselman. Here's what else we know:

Who's playing Luke Ward:

...and Sandy Cohen:

Though they haven't cast Seth Cohen yet:

The show will feature songs from the series, such as "Paint the Silence" when Marissa and Ryan kissed on a Ferris wheel:

There will be a Death Cab for Cutie cover:

The show takes place before Taylor Townsend joined in Season 3:

Sadly, the won't be any Chrismukkah in the musical:

Keep your eye on The O.C. Musical's Twitter account for more details.



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