This week, there were several big announcements regarding some upcoming live theatrical performances. One of the biggest announcements of the week came regarding the play Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. This Broadway production is officially set to hit the stage on November 21st at Stephen Sondheim Theatre. This Broadway musical spectacular will be featuring the talents of Jessie Mueller who will be playing Grammy Award winning singer Carole King in the show. The production will also feature performances from Jake Epstein, Anika Larsen and Jarrod Spector. The score of this production features several songs that King herself penned. Those who are looking to see this biographical production unfold live will find that tickets are on sale now and available to the public.
Another big live production that is getting the attention of theatre fans is a show by the name of The Commons of Pensacola. This play is a family drama that was written by actress Amanda Peet. The production features several big name performers including Michael Stahl-David, Ali Marsh, Blyth Danner and Sarah Jessica Parker. This funny take on family drama has already received positive reviews for its unique take on the traditional family story. The play has just entered into its previews and it will officially be opening on the Broadway stage on November 21st. Tickets are on sale now for those who want to see the production unfold at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
Finally, one of the biggest announcements of the week came when it was revealed that tickets are officially on sale for the new Broadway version of Romeo and Juliet. This new modern Broadway take on the classic play has just opened in theaters and it has fans and critics alike singing its praises. The production stars Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean Star, Orlando Bloom in the role of Romeo. Condola Rashad will be playing alongside him in the role of Juliet. Tickets are on sale now and available for those who want to see this love story unfold on the Broadway stage. Will you be getting tickets to see Romeo and Juliet live?