Playbill actors create 'Jersey Shore' video spoof

Actors with Playbill have created a theatrical video mocking MTV's "Jersey Shore" in the style of a classic poet.The theater-magazine company made the videos following

EDISON - Actors with Playbill have created a theatrical video mocking MTV's "Jersey Shore" in the style of a classic poet.

The theater-magazine company made the videos following the work of Irish poet and writer Oscar Wilde, known for his brief and typically memorable statements. The actors used Wilde's influence to incorporate some of the show's more prominent plot lines.

"There's no way I'm coming to Jersey without my hair gel," one actor said. "I can't leave without my gel." Another actor was quoted as saying, "I'm hung over, I'm not having a good time, work blows."

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