September 19, 2014
Lyric Theatre (formerly Foxwoods Theatre), 213 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
November 20, 2013
Douglas Carter Beane brings a sumptuous new staging of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella to Broadway in this romantic take on the classic fairytale for all ages.
The classic fairytale of evil stepsisters, fairy godmothers, Princes and rags-to-riches is brought lovingly to the stage in this major new musical.
A tale of love, loss, family and romance, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s tuneful version of Cinderella is a magical night at the theatre.
“The ultimate and most enduring of makeover shows is back in town, and this CINDERELLA is no passive damsel waiting for a rescuing knight. She takes charge of her destiny.” ̶New York Times
“EYE-POPPINGLY OPULENT enough to wow any six-year-old at heart!” The New Yorker
“RESPLENDENT with A RADIANT SCORE!” The Wall Street Journal
May 14, 2011
Patina Miller revives her show-stopping London performance as Deloris Van Cartier in the joyous new musical based on the hit movie.
March 9, 2011
From London to New York: Priscilla, Sister Act, War Horse and Jerusalem to open on Broadway
Four big West End shows are opening on Broadway in the coming weeks. Priscilla Queen of the Desert is currently in previews at the Palace Theatre on Broadway (and the Palace Theatre, London!), starring Will Swenson as Tick. Swenson appeared in the recent Broadway and London productions of Hair, and is joined in Priscilla by Tony Sheldon, who revisits the role of Bernadette after wowing audiences in Australia and London, and Nick Adams (La Cage Aux Folles) as Adam.
Over at the Broadway Theatre previews start on 24 March for Sister Act, which wings its way to America following a decent run at the London Palladium. The star of the London show, Patina Miller, will reprise her role as nightclub singer Deloris Van Cartier, joined by Victoria Clark (The Light in the Piazza) as Mother Superior.
Also transferring to Broadway, the National Theatre’s production of War Horse will start previews at the Lincoln Center in New York from 15 March, and the Royal Court’s smash-hit production of Jez Butterworth’s play Jerusalem will play the Music Box theatre from 2 April. The play will feature its Olivier Award-winning London star Mark Rylance, who is sure become a major Tony Awards contender for his tour de force performance as Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron.
March 9, 2011
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October 8, 2010
West End musical Sister Act to move to Broadway; Jerry Zaks to make changes to the show.
Sister Act, based on the hit film, is moving to Broadway following its closure at the London Palladium on 30 October.
The Broadway version will get a new director, with Broadway veteran Jerry Zaks (The Addams Family) taking the helm. He is set to make substantial changes to the show and has immediately brought in Douglas Carter van Beane (Xanadu) to write a new book (and new jokes!) for the musical.
Stage Entertainment, owned by Dutch entertainment billionaire Joop van den Ende, will produce the show on the Great White Way, alongside the original star of the film Whoopi Goldberg.
Sister Act will open at the Broadway Theatre on 20 April 2011. Casting is yet to be announced. The New York theatre is currently home to Promises, Promises starring Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth.
In London the show currently stars Patina Miller, Simon Webbe and Sally Dexter. It will vacate the Palladium in October, leaving a three month gap before The Wizard of Oz opens at the theatre in February 2011.