Putting It Together! More Broadway-Inspired Lego Creations From Jack Abrams

By: Aug. 17, 2016
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Fourteen-year-old Jack Abrams may live in Los Angeles, but he's making quite an impression on the Broadway community.

Back in May, BroadwayWorld reported that the young artist had been filling his Twitter page with photos of figures made from Legos honoring Tony nominated shows like HAMILTON, SCHOOL OF ROCK, BRIGHT STAR, WAITRESS and SHUFFLE ALONG, and individual stars like Audra McDonald and Rory O'Malley. (Click here and here for previous articles.)

His website, broadwaybricks.weebly.com, includes quotes of approval from theatre luminaries such as Cynthia Ervio ("Brilliant XX"), Megan Hilty ("This is amazing!!!") and Lin-Manuel Miranda ("A+").

Abrams has now expanded his social media presence with BroadwayBricks on Instagram and Snapchat and BroadwayBrick on Twitter. Check out some of his newer creations below.

The name LEGO is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "leg godt", meaning "play well." Kids have been playing well with the creations of company founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen and his heirs for over 80 years.

The LEGO plastic brick that is known throughout the world was first manufactured in 1958, and imaginations have run wild with their interlocking pieces ever since.

BroadwayWorld has also reported on artist Janet VanD's Lego recreation of London's Her Majesty's Theatre and of Broadway Conductor Andy Grobengieser's HAMILTON Lego Logo.