Estréias na Broadway! E o que vai vir em 2011…


A broadway não para e com ela funciona o mercado turístico mundial dos Estados Unidos. Essa máquina financeira investe e descarta em questão de minutos. O fast entertainment pode ser off ou on brodaway.

E nesse Caso aqui comento apenas o que acho interessante e descarto completamente se será off broadway ou On BROADWAY.

AS grandes estréia estão para WONDERLAND, que conta a estória após alice no país das maravilhas quando alice tem uma filha e ela regressa a essa psique.

O video já diz tudo, colorido, alegre, mega produção e pronto para arrazar na broadway. Vale a pena conferir, eu não vejo a hora de ir.

Wonderland (MUSICAL)

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Teatro: Marquis Theatre
Preview: 21 de março
Abertura: 17 de abril
Direção: Gregory Boyd
Elenco: E. Clayton Llana, Cornelious Jose, Karen Mason, Janet Dacal, Ritchie Darren,Shindle Kate, Staudenmayer Edward, Danny Stiles
O novo musical de Frank Murphy Wildhorn e Jack é uma história “, sobre uma nova Alice que perdeu a alegria de viver. Alienado de seu marido, alienado de sua filha e no perigo de perder sua carreira, Alice se vê no País das Maravilhas, onde ela encontraestranho que personagens familiares que o ajudem a redescobrir a maravilha da suavida enquanto busca por sua filha. “

Além de WONDERLAND TEREMOS pRISCILA A RAINHA DO DESERTO VIRA MUSICAL O QUAL JÁ ESTAVA EM LONDRES E DEVIDO AO SEU GLAMUROSO SUCESSO CHEGA A ILHA REPLETO DE BORBULHAS GAY PARA UM DELÍRIO DE FÃNS ENTRE HETEROS E NÃO HETEROS (glbt)

Priscila promete arremeter new york para uma esfera de alegria  que só La Cage Aux Folles foi capaz, e agora Priscila chega a big apple para transforma a ilha num resort.

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT – Priscila A Rainha do Deserto

Teatro: Palace Theatre
Primeiro pré-estréia: 28 de fevereiro
Abertura: 20 de março
Diretor: Simon Phillips
Elenco: Tony Sheldon, Will Swenson, Nick Adams
Um novo musical, escrito por Stephan Elliott e Allan Scott, baseado no filme de mesmo nome.

ALÉM DE DIVERSOS NOVOS MUSICAIS QUE PROMETEM ESQUENTAR AINDA MAIS O VERÃO DA BIG APPLE VEJA AI A LISTA.

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK

  • Foxwoods Theatre
  • First Preview: Nov. 28, 2010
  • Opening: March 15
  • Director: Julie Taymor
  • Choreographer: Daniel Ezralow
  • Cast: Reeve Carney, Jennifer Damiano, Patrick Page
  • New musical based on the Marvel comic book hero featuring songs by Bono and The Edge with a book by Taymor and Glen Berger.

GOOD PEOPLE

  • Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 8
  • Opening: March 3
  • Director: Daniel Sullivan
  • Cast: Frances McDormand, Tate Donovan, Estelle Parsons, Becky Ann Baker, Patrick Carroll, Renée Elise Goldsberry
  • Manhattan Theatre Club’s world premiere presentation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Boston-set story about a newly-unemployed woman and an old fling.

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON

  • Theatre: Bernard Jacobs Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 9
  • Opening: March 6
  • Director: Gregory Mosher
  • Cast: Brian Cox, Jim Gaffigan, Chris Noth, Jason Patric and Kiefer Sutherland
  • Gregory Mosher directs this new revival of Jason Miller’s 1972 drama about a team of high school basketball players who reunite to hash out the past on the anniversary of their winning game.

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GHETTO KLOWN

  • Theatre: Lyceum Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 21
  • Opening: March 22
  • Director: Fisher Stevens
  • Cast: John Leguizamo
  • Emmy Award-winning comic, writer and actor John Leguizamo brings his new solo show to Broadway for a limited run.

THE BOOK OF MORMON

  • Theatre: Eugene O’Neill Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 24
  • Opening: March 24
  • Director: Casey Nicholaw
  • Cast: Andrew Rannels, Josh Gad, Nikki M. James, Rory O’Malley, Michael Potts
  • A new musical from “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker with Avenue Q creator Robert Lopez based on the title tome.

ARCADIA

  • Theatre: Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 26
  • Opening: March 17
  • Director: David Leveaux
  • Cast: Billy Crudup, Raúl Esparza, Margaret Colin, Glenn Fleshler, Grace Gummer, Edward James Hyland, Byron Jennings, Bel Powley, Tom Riley, Noah Robbins, David Turner, Lia Williams
  • A new Broadway revival of the Tom Stoppard work, based on the 2009 London revival, which Leveaux directed at the Duke of York’s Theatre.

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

  • Al Hirschfeld Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 26
  • Opening: March 27
  • Director: Rob Ashford
  • Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, John Larroquette, Mary Faber, Rose Hemingway, Tammy Blanchard
  • Tony and Emmy Award-winner Rob Ashford directs and choreographs this 50th anniversary revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical comedy. Daniel Radcliffe makes his Broadway musical debut as Finch.

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT

  • Theatre: Palace Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 28
  • Opening: March 20
  • Director: Simon Phillips
  • Cast: Tony Sheldon, Will Swenson, Nick Adams
  • A new musical, written by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott, based upon the film of the same name.

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

  • Theatre: Neil Simon Theatre
  • First Preview: March 11
  • Opening: April 10
  • Director: Jack O’Brien
  • Choreographer: Jerry Mitchell
  • Cast: Norbert Leo Butz, Aaron Tveit, Tom Wopat, Kerry Butler
  • Marc Shaiman (Music, Lyrics), Scott Wittman (Lyrics) and Terrence McNally (Book) adapt this new musical based on the film of the same name.

ANYTHING GOES

  • Stephen Sondheim Theatre
  • First Preview: March 10
  • Opening: April 7
  • Director: Kathleen Marshall
  • Cast: Sutton Foster, Joel Grey, Colin Donnell, Adam Godley, Laura Osnes, Jessica Stone, Walter Charles, Robert Creighton, John McMartin Elisha Whitney, Jessica Walter
  • Roundabout presents this revival of the Cole Porter classic, featuring such tunes as “You’re the Top,” “Blow, Gabriel, Blow,” “It’s De-Lovely,” “I Get A Kick Out of You” and “Anything Goes.”

BENGAL TIGER IN THE BAGHDAD ZOO

  • Richard Rodgers Theatre
  • First Preview: March 11
  • Opening: March 31
  • Director: Moisés Kaufman
  • Cast: Robin Williams
  • Rajiv Joseph’s ferocious comedy follows the intertwined lives of a tiger (Williams), two American marines and an Iraqi gardener as they roam the streets of Baghdad in search of friendship, redemption and a toilet seat made of gold.

WAR HORSE

  • Vivian Beaumont Theater
  • First Preview: March 17
  • Opening: April 14
  • Director: Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris
  • Cast: Seth Numrich, James Anthony, Zach Appelman, Alyssa Breshnahan, Richard Crawford, Sanjit de Silva, Matt Doyle, Austin Durant, Joby Earle, Joel Reuben Ganz, Ariel Heller, Peter Hermann, Alex Hoeffler, Brian Lee Huynh, Jeslyn Kelly, Ian Lassiter, Tom Lee, Jonathan Christopher MacMillan, Jonathan David Martin, Boris Mc Giver, Prentice Onayemi, Bhavesh Patel, David Pegram, Katy Pfaffl, Stephen Plunkett, Leenya Rideout, Liam Robinson, Jude Sandy, Hannah Sloat, T. Ryder Smith, Zach Villa, Elliot Villar, Cat Walleck, Enrico D. Wey and Madeline Yen.
  • Lincoln Center Theater’s transfer of the National Theatre’s production based on the Michael Morpurgo novel.

WONDERLAND

  • Theatre: Marquis Theatre
  • First Preview: March 21
  • Opening: April 17
  • Director: Gregory Boyd
  • Cast: E. Clayton Cornelious, Jose Llana, Karen Mason, Janet Dacal, Darren Ritchie, Kate Shindle, Edward Staudenmayer, Danny Stiles
  • The new musical by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy is a “story about a new Alice who has lost her joy in life. Estranged from her husband, alienated from her daughter and in danger of losing her career, Alice finds herself in Wonderland where she encounters strange though familiar characters that help her rediscover the wonder in her life while searching for her daughter.”

MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT

  • Theatre: Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
  • First Preview: March 15
  • Opening: April 11
  • Director: Anna D. Shapiro
  • Cast: Chris Rock, Bobby Cannavale, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Annabella Sciorra, Yul Vazquez
  • Stephen Adly Guirgis’ new work is “a new high-octane, verbal cage match about love, fidelity, and misplaced haberdashery.”

SISTER ACT

  • Theatre: Broadway Theatre
  • First Preview: March 24
  • Opening: April 20
  • Director: Jerry Zaks
  • Cast: Patina Miller, Victoria Clark, Fred Applegate, Sarah Bolt, John Treacy Egan, Demond Green, Chester Gregory, Kingsley Leggs, Marla Mindelle, Audrie Neenan, Caesar Samayoa
  • Currently playing in London, this stage adaptation of the film features a score by Academy Award winner Alan Menken and Glenn Slater and a book by Cheri and Bill Steinkellner.

HIGH

  • Theatre: Booth Theatre
  • First Preview: March 25
  • Opening: April 19
  • Director: Rob Ruggiero
  • Cast: Kathleen Turner, Stephen Kunken, Evan Jonigkeit
  • Matthew Lombardo’s play, according to production notes, “explores the universal themes of truth, forgiveness, redemption and human fallibility. When Sister Jamison Connolly (Turner) agrees to sponsor a 19 year-old drug user in an effort to help him combat his addiction, her own faith is ultimately tested. Struggling between the knowledge she possesses as a rehabilitation counselor and a woman of religious conviction, she begins to question her belief in miracles and whether people can find the courage to change.”

BABY IT’S YOU

  • Theatre: Broadhusrt Theatre
  • First Preview: March 26
  • Opening: April 27
  • Director: Floyd Mutrux and Sheldon Epps
  • Cast: Beth Leavel, Christina Sajous, Erica Ash, Kyra DaCosta, Crystal Starr Knighton, Allan Louis, Geno Henderson, Erica Ash, Kelli Barrett, Kyra DaCosta, Crystal Starr Knighton, Barry Pearl, Christina Sajous, Brandon Uranowitz, Alison Cimmet, Erica Dorfler, Berlando Drake, Adam Heller, Jahi A. Kearse, Annette Moore, Zachary Prince, Ken Robinson, Chelsea Morgan Stock
  • The new musical tells the true-life story of a New Jersey housewife who discovered the all-girl group the Shirelles and became a driving force in the music business.

BORN YESTERDAY

  • Theatre: Cort Theatre
  • First Preview: March 31
  • Opening: April 24
  • Director: Doug Hughes
  • Cast: Jim Belushi, Nina Arianda, Robert Sean Leonard
  • Garson Kanin’s 1946 comedy, one of the first commercial theatrical hits in post-World War II America, focuses on Billie Dawn, the dumb-blonde girlfriend of Harry Brock, a corrupt businessman. Brock hires Paul Verrall, a New Republic reporter, to smarten her up. Judy Holliday starred in the original Broadway run and in the film version, for which she won an Academy Award. Madeline Kahn starred in the first (short-lived) Broadway revival, in 1989.

THE PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE

  • Theatre: Studio 54
  • First Preview: April 1
  • Opening: April 28
  • Closing: June 19
  • Director: Leonard Foglia
  • Musical staging: Andy Blankenbuehler
  • Cast: Donna Murphy
  • Roundabout Theatre Company in association with Tracy Aron will produce the new musical, to feature a book and lyrics by “Beaches” novelist Iris Rainer Dart and music by Mike Stoller (of “Leiber & Stoller” fame and Smokey Joe’s Café) and Artie Butler (a composer, arranger and producer).

JERUSALEM

  • Theatre: The Music Box
  • First Preview: April 2
  • Opening: April 21
  • Director: Ian Rickson
  • Cast: Mark Rylance
  • Following a hit run in London, the Royal Court production comes to Broadway for a limited run. “In the woods of South West England,” press notes state, “Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron (Mark Rylance), former daredevil motorcyclist and modern-day Pied Piper, is a wanted man. The council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, his son wants to be taken to the country fair, a stepfather wants to give him a serious kicking and a motley crew of friends wants his ample supply of drugs and alcohol.”

HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES

  • Walter Kerr Theatre
  • First Preview: April 4
  • Opening: April 25
  • Director: David Cromer
  • Cast: Edie Falco, Ben Stiller, Jennifer Jason Leigh
  • Revival of John Guare’s dark comedy about American dreamers in Sunnyside, Queens

FAT PIG

  • Theatre: Belasco Theatre
  • First Preview: April 12
  • Opening: April 26
  • Director: Neil LaBute
  • Cast: Dane Cook, Josh Hamilton, Julia Stiles
  • Neil LaBute ‘s Fat Pig, according to press notes, “tells the story of Tom (Hamilton), a very eligible bachelor who falls for the beautiful, bright and plus-sized Helen. Tom is overjoyed with his new relationship but his shallow co-workers are less enthusiastic. Tom shrugs off their objections but eventually the cruel jabs of his acerbic friend Carter (Cook) and Jeannie, a former flame, force him to question his own values and the importance of conventional good looks.”

MASTER CLASS

  • Theatre: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
  • First Preview: May 24
  • Opening: June 21
  • Director: Stephen Wadsworth
  • Cast: Tyne Daly, Sierra Boggess
  • According to MTC, “Terrence McNally’s award-winning play about Maria Callas takes us to one of her famous master classes where, late in her own career, she challenges the next generation to make the same sacrifices and dare to rise to the same heights she did, making her the most celebrated, the most reviled and the most controversial singer of her times.”

GODSPELL

  • Theatre: TBA
  • First Preview: Spring/Summer 2011
  • Director: Daniel Goldstein
  • Cast: TBA
  • Revival of the Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak musical based on “The Gospel According to St. Matthew.”

DEATH OF A SALESMAN

  • Theatre: TBA
  • First Preview: Fall 2011
  • Director: Mike Nichols
  • Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman
  • Hoffman takes on the iconic role of downtrodden American businessman Willy Loman in this Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s classic.

DETROIT

  • Theatre: TBA
  • First Preview: Fall 2011
  • Director: Austin Pendleton
  • Cast: TBA
  • The new American play by Lisa D’Amour received its world premiere at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. “In a ‘first ring’ suburb outside a mid-sized American city,” press notes state, “Ben and Mary fire up the grill to welcome the new neighbors who’ve moved into the long-empty house next door. The fledgling friendship soon veers out of control – with unexpected consequences. Shining a light on middle class American Dream, Detroit looks at what happens when we open ourselves up to something new.”

ONCE

  • Theatre: TBA
  • First Preview: Fall 2011
  • Director: John Tiffany
  • Cast: TBA
  • Enda Walsh pens the book for this new musical based on the Academy Award-winning film of the same name.

THE OLD MASTERS

  • Theatre: TBA
  • First Preview: 2011
  • Director: Michael Rudman
  • Cast: Brian Murray and Sam Waterston
  • Simon Gray’s work premieres at Long Wharf in January prior to a Broadway transfer.


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