Entertainment News: broadway
"On The Red Carpet" the show went on the road! Host Rachel Smith traveled from Los Angeles to New York City to preview some of Broadway's biggest and newest shows.
Check out details about eight of them.
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"Aladdin" is headed to Broadway.
Disney Theatrical Productions, which produced Broadway hits like "The Lion King," "Mary Poppins" and "Newsies," is preparing a new musical based on the 1992 animated film. The musical will officially open on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre on March 20, 2014, according to Playbill.com.
Billy Crystal is returning to Broadway in the fall.
The 65-year-old comedian will reprise his one-man autobiographical show "700 Sundays" for a 9-week run on Broadway in the fall, Crystal announced on Tuesday, May 14, according to The Associated Press.
It is the end of the line for "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
Producers of the Broadway play, which is an adaptation of the 1958 novella of the same name by Truman Capote, said on Monday, April 15, the show will close after the matinee on Sunday, April 21, according to The Associated Press.
A bird in hand is worth two in the -- 'Weeds'? Mary-Louise Parker, who starred in the recently canceled Showtime drama, is confirmed to play the lead in the world premiere of 'The Snow Geese,' a Broadway show written by Sharr White. The period drama will debut this fall.
The actress will portray a Gilded Age widow, who plans a shooting party for her family in upstate New York. As the bullets fly, Parker must face the harsh realities of World War I, which threatens to take her oldest son overseas, as well as the sizable debt her late husband had accrued for her family.
Idina Menzel could be making her return to Broadway.
The 41-year-old performer is set to make her highly-anticipated return to the stage in the new musical, "If/Then," according to her official website.
Good news for Broadway fans - "Les Miserables" is making its return!
The Tony award-winning musical, which is based on an 1862 novel by Victor Hugo, is set to return to Broadway in 2014 as a re-imagined adaptation, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Katie Holmes is making her return to the Broadway stage.
Holmes, who has has been residing in New York City since her high-profile split from husband Tom Cruise, is set to appear on Broadway in the fall with family comedy "Dead Accounts" by Theresa Rebeck, according to the New York Times. The 33-year-old actress will play Lorna, a woman who lives in Cincinnati while trying to piece her life back together.