THIS WEEK IN PICTURES October 4-11
Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week, or you're just in the mood for a recap of everything theatre, BroadwayWorld's feature, 'This Week in Pictures' is here to satisfy your end of the week fix. Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more!
Paper Mill launched it's 75th season of shows with the Broadway-Bound Jason Robert Brown muscal, HONEYMOON IN VEGAS, starring Rob McClure, Tony Danza, and Brynn O'Malley. For more pictures of their opening night curtain call, click here.
LES MISERABLES opened this week, with rave reviews, starring West End favorite Ramin Karimloo, Earl Carpenter, as well as Samantha Hill, former Christine on Broadway. For more promotional pictures of the show, click here.
Beautiful - The Carole King Musical opened in San Francisco this week, and is due to move to Broadway this winter. The show will take the audience through Carole King's early life, career, and how she became the icon she is today. For more pictures of the San Francisco opening night, click here.
The Trip to the Bountiful, which opened April 23rd closed this week on Broadway. This Tony Award winning show was responsible for bringing Tony Award winning actress Cicely Tyson back to Broadway. For more pictures from the closing night curtain call, click here.
A NIGHT WITH Janis Joplin opened on October 10th, and is a musical about the career of the queen of Rock and Roll. The musical also features Janis's biggest musical influences, including Aretha Franklin and Etta James. To see more pictures from the after party red carpet, click here.
The AMERICAN IDIOT cast and creative team got together this week to show a screening of Green Day's BROADWAY IDIOT, a documentary of how the show came to Broadway. Tom Kitt, as well as original Broadway cast members Rebecca Naomi Jones, John Gallagher, and Libby Winters were in attendance. For more pictures, click here.