Sal, Q, Joe and Murr star in truTV’s hit series, Impractical Jokers, and when they return in 2018 with their seventh season of hidden camera pranks on each other, they’ll also get to celebrate being memorialized in their native borough of New York City.
The Staten Island Museum announced today, that in partnership with truTV, it’ll host a new exhibition, Impractical Jokers: Homecoming, opening in June 2018.
“The Staten Island Museum is excited to showcase the Impractical Jokers and how, through commitment and comedy, they built longstanding friendships into a Staten Island success story. The exhibition will explore their roots and highlight the creativity of the Jokers’ humor, and be a really fun and surprising experience in the Museum,” shared Janice Monger, Staten Island Museum President & CEO.
Sal Vulcano, Brian “Q” Quinn, Joe Gatto, and James “Murr” Murray began joking around as students of Monsignor Farrell High School, and after six seasons on truTV, touring and cruising, they sold out Madison Square Garden this November during the New York Comedy Festival.
Their museum exhibit will feature iconic objects, costumes and clips from the series.