Alec Baldwin to Develop a Broadway Musical
According to contactmusic.com, 30 Rock's Alec Baldwin revealed in an interview with Men's Journal Magazine that he is developing a new Broadway musical with director Scott Ellis. No dates have been set and few details have been released.
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The show is about a man from Ohio who auditions for a community musical theatre production to save his marriage. He doesn't make the cut, but his wife does, and eventually the two end up on stage together.
In addition to his starring role on NBC's 30 Rock, Baldwin appears in the Rock of Ages film based on the Broadway musical. On Broadway, Baldwin has taken the stage in 1986's Loot, Serious Money in 1988, followed by A Streetcar Named Desire revival in 1992, a Short Talks on the Universe benefit production in 2002 and Twentieth Century in 2004. Off-Broadway, Baldwin appeared in Prelude to a Kiss in 1990, Macbeth in 1998, South Pacific in 2005 and Entertaining Mr. Sloane in 2006. Baldwin also starred in a 2010 production of Equus at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY. Baldwin has also made numerous television and film appearances.
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