‘Zuckerberg: The Musical’ Hits YouTube As Facebook Prepares To Go Public

Facebook is going public on Friday and to celebrate cdza music has written a musical all about Mark Zuckerberg.  ‘Zuckerberg: The Musical’ tells the story of Facebook, set to the tune of songs from popular musicals like Westside Story, RENT, Phantom Of The Opera and more.

The musical is broken down into 12 scenes, beginning back in 2004 with ‘The Awakening’, when Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook at Harvard, and going all the way through this week’s IPO.  It features singers Lora Lee Gayer, Tess Soltau and Ryah Nixon.

Earlier today, our sibling blog AllFacebook.com reported that “Facebook filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday morning to add 83,818,263 shares to its Friday initial public offering, bringing the total offering to 421,233,615 shares of class-A common stock.”  The final decision about the share price for Friday’s IPO will be announced on Thursday evening.

What do you think about Facebook going public later this week?  And, more importantly, what do you think about ‘Zuckerberg: The Musical’?

Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times.  Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.

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