This week the official Broadway revival of The Winslow Boy hit theaters to anxious fans who have been looking forward to this new stage rendition. The Roundabout Theatre Company has brought about this Broadway revival of a story that talks of family loyalty and love. The new production officially debuted on October 17th at the American Airlines Theatre. The production stars Tony Award winner Roger Rees and Academy Award nominee Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. The cast is filled with award winning actors who bring this classic tale that first appeared on the stage in 1946, to life. Those who are looking to see the story told once again on Broadway can get tickets to see the production now. Tickets are expected to sell fast so those who want to see all of the action unfold live are encouraged to act quickly when getting their tickets.
There was another big announcement this week regarding a highly anticipated upcoming production. This Thursday, it was revealed that a new world premiere stage adaptation of An American In Paris will be hitting the Broadway stage in 2015. The production will be directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon and will first premier at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris in late 2014 before coming to the United States to make its official debut on Broadway. Tickets are expected to go on sale early next year with an expected opening date in Paris for December 2014 and an expected premier on Broadway for early spring of 2015.
However one of the biggest Broadway announcements of the week came when this week, tickets officially went on sale for the 2014 Broadway return of Les Miserables. The official opening date of this highly anticipated return will be March 1st, 2014 at the Imperial Theatre. This is the same theatre that was home to the show for almost 13 years. The new production is directed by Laurence Connor. Tickets for this musical rendition are expected to sell out fast, so those looking to get tickets to see Les Miserables will want to act quickly. Tickets went on sale this week; will you be getting your tickets to see Les Miserables live?