Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's comedic on-stage counterparts, will be returning to their home, New York City, for a limited time.

Oh, Hello had its start in NYC during a limited run of sold-out shows at the Off-Broadway Cherry Lane Theatre.

Since then, the show has been traveling around the country for various limited engagements.

The show is headed to Montreal from July 28-31st, as part of the JFL Festival, which seems to be the last leg of their traveling tour before they settle down at the Lyceum Theatre in NYC.

Gil and George have been developing characters, featured on Kroll Show, and various comedy specials, ever since their debut at a comedy club nearly a decade ago, and it seems that they've finally come to their full form in Oh, Hello.

Previews of the show will begin on September 23rd, with an official opening on October 5th. Right now the show is set to run until January 8th.

Tickets are available now through the show's website, with prices beginning at $59.

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If you can't wait until the 23rd for a bit of these two 70-year-old gents, we recommend checking out their equally hilarious alter egos in the meantime.

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John Mulaney's most recent comedy special, "The Comeback Kid", is available on Netflix - and while Nick Kroll's "Kroll Show" wrapped up in 2015, you can still check it out on Hulu.

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[via Variety] 

[Feature Image Courtesy Chicago Tribune]