So in typical Cleesian fashion, the comedian announced that they would "...start to work on the songs for the show with Bill Bailey, who, among his many achievements, is an honorary member of the Society of Crematorium Organists. This musical is destined to be a hit amongst funeral directors," and according to Bailey, the plan is to premiere the show in San Diego before moving on to Broadway and London's The West End (also known as 'the big time'). Considering the success of another 'Python's' success on the Great White Way, you can't blame Cleese for looking to get in on the action, and while money probably isn't his only motivation, keep in mind, this is the same man who named his comedy tour How To Finance Your Divorce.
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