As we enter later into the fall season, more and more news begins to erupt regarding new performances and shows that will be taking the Broadway stage. With a number of big Broadway performances announced over the weekend and several big shows set to open in the coming weeks, there is plenty for Broadway fans to be excited about.
One of the most anticipated events of the 2013 Broadway season is sure to be the innovative new production of Jekyll & Hyde, which will feature talents such as Constantine Maroulis, Deborah Cox and Larid Mackintosh. The show is Broadway bound and will arrive on the Broadway stage in April of 2013. In the meantime, theatre fans from around the country, will get the opportunity to see the performance live before it settles in its new Broadway home. Beginning the week of the 23-28 of October, Jekyll & Hyde will embark on a tour beginning in Tampa, FL then off to Charlotte, NC, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Durham, NC, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, OK and then to Los Angeles before the tour ends and the performance arrives to New York and its new home on Broadway. Fans will not want to miss a chance to see this production as it tours around the country and are encouraged to act fast if they want tickets to the event.
One of the biggest openings of the season will start previewing the week of October 23rd. This of course, is the new Broadway production of The Performers. The play, which is slated to officially open on November 14th will feature several big names in entertainment and some of Broadway’s most acclaimed stars. The production will focus around the story of Chuck Wood, an aging adult film star, played by Henry Winkler and will include a cast of characters that includes Alicia Silverstone, Jenni Barber, Ari Graynor and Cheyenne Jackson. This highly anticipated new production has had audiences waiting anxiously for months. Tickets are on sale now, both for the preview and for the official opening of the production, which starts on November 14th.
With such a star studded cast you won’t want to miss out on your opportunity to see this performance live and will want to make sure you get your tickets as soon as possible.