Clusterfest’s Interactive “Comedyville” to Include the Dunder Mifflin Office, Seinfeld Apartment, MorePhoto by Monica Schipper/Getty Comedy News Clusterfest
Comedy Central’s Clusterfest has announced the lineup for their immersive attraction Comedyville, with exhibitions from The Office, Seinfeld, Atlanta, Crank Yankers and Drunk History.
FX and Donald Glover’s Atlanta will host the Benny Hope & Teddy Perkins Memorial Museum, which will feature memorabilia from the show such as Benny’s wheelchair, Teddy’s father’s mannequin and the ostrich egg holder.
The puppets of Crank Yankers will mark their return to television (yeah, that’s happening) with an interactive Yankerville, where attendees will be able to interact with a giant wall of phones where they can listen in on classic crank phone calls, take photos with puppets and recharge their phones.
Derek Waters’ Drunk History will host a themed pub where folks will create, and try to remember, their own drunk history alongside food, drink (naturally), karaoke, trivia and special appearances from Waters himself.
And in honor of the 30th anniversary of Seinfeld, NBC is bringing a full-scale replica of Jerry’s apartment for attendees to giddy-up into a Kramer-style entrance through the door and pose for photos on the blue couch.
Lastly, The Office’s Dunder Mifflin Paper Company will take a work trip to San Francisco with opportunities for photo ops around the iconic office itself (B.Y.O. Jello molds).
Read more about the full Clusterfest lineup, which includes performances from Amy Poehler, John Mulaney and Fred Armisen, right here.