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How to watch Opening Night (2016) on Netflix Costa Rica!

Yes, Opening Night is now available on Costa Rican Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on October 4, 2017.

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Opening Night

Opening Night
Netflix Costa Rica

  4.5 / 5.0 (compiled from 1 review source)
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Romantic Comedies, Romantic Movies, Comedies, Music & Musicals, Independent Movies, Musicals, Late Night Comedies, Romantic Independent Movies
Director(s): Isaac Rentz

Synopsis

Once a rising star on Broadway, Nick is now the perennially pestered production manager for a new musical dedicated to rock music's one-hit wonders. The leading lady is out cold and the producer is off his rocker. But like it or not, the show must go on.

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Cast

Topher Grace, Alona Tal, Anne Heche, Taye Diggs, Rob Riggle, Paul Scheer, J.C. Chasez, Lauren Lapkus, Lesli Margherita, Brian Huskey

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