Sarah Silverman is setting her sights on Broadway. According to Broadway World, the comedian is adapting her 2010 memoir The Bedwetter into a Broadway play. She reveled this project during her interview on today’s Howard Stern Show.
The memoir details Silverman’s family and upbringing, and of course, how she wet the bed until age 16. The Bedwetter also talks about Silverman’s step into comedy, her influences, and the support she received from her family. The book also features an afterword from God himself, writing about Silverman in the year 2063, on the occasion of her death, with the epitaph “She loved dogs, New York, television, children, friendship, sex, laughing, heartbreaking songs, marijuana, farts, and cuddling.”
The project will feature music from Cry Baby‘s Adam Schlesinger. Silverman, however, said she will not act in the musical.