Daniel Goldstein to Take Over for Marc Bruni as Director for Goodspeed's HELLO, DOLLY!
Due to a scheduling conflict, Marc Bruni has withdrawn from directing Hello, Dolly! at the Goodspeed Opera House this season. Daniel Goldstein, director of the recent hit Broadway revival of Godspell, returns to Goodspeed Musicals where he previously directed The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown at The Norma Terris Theatre in 2011. Mr. Goldstein will helm the much-anticipated summer extravaganza Hello, Dolly!.
Daniel Goldstein was most recently represented on Broadway by the revival of Godspell in 2011. His recent projects include Anna Christie (Old Globe), Annie (St. Louis MUNY), God of Carnage, Falsettos, Les Liaisons Dangerouses and Sinan Unel's The Cry Of The Reed (Huntington Theater Company), A New Brain at the Toho Theater in Tokyo and the Off-Broadway commercial production of the hit Fringe Festival musical Walmartopia. He has served as the Associate Director for All Shook Up! and Fully Committed, and was the Resident Director for the First National Tour of Mamma Mia!.
Hello, Dolly! will begin performances at the Goodspeed Opera House on June 28 and run through September 8, 2013 . Advance season subscriptions are now on sale through the Box Office (860.873.8668), open seven days a week. Subscription prices range from $99 - $216 at the Goodspeed Opera House for one person, all three shows. Single tickets go on public sale beginning February 17, 2013.
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