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Hugh Jackman, Back On Broadway Opening Night!

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Aww! We wish we could have been there! We bet he was stupendous!

Last night, Hugh Jackman's one man show, Hugh Jackman, Back On Broadway, opened at the Broadhurst Theatre. We'll make sure to check the reviews when they come out later, but from the look on his face and the faces of his fans, we can't imagine he didn't deliver!

He's just that good!!!

Congrats, Hugh! Here's hoping for a sold-out run!!!

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5 comments to “Hugh Jackman, Back On Broadway Opening Night!”

  1. 1

    I saw the show on Wed matinee and it took my breath away. He was as charming as ever, simply stupendous and it was sold out. I don't expect anything less of him. Absolutely amazing!

  2. 2

    Perez, if you do a press release, you'll only find positive reviews, even from NY Times, NY Post, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, EW, etc. Yes, Absolutely amazing…

  3. 3

    Even from the New York Times a good review, though a bit hingy on sex, which is kind of telling, but they had earlier tried to discourage people by claiming that the seats were all $350, which is a lie, as that is the front row seats, and there are plenty of $50 and up seats in the balcony, etc. So I wouldn't pay attention to the NYT. They do not like Jackman as they have said that he, being a movie star, is taking money away from regular Broadway actors' pockets. Why do so many entertainment writers resent Jackman? Just asking….

  4. 4

    Bravo Hugh!
    Regis said your magnificent!

  5. 5

    Hugh IS a one man show
    and you can only say that about an extremely small number of "stars" that you can probably count on one hand
    also heard Regis and a few others on TV say it's the best thing they've ever seen on Broadway and I believe it
    all that talent wrapped up in such a handsome, humble man- who makes his family his top priority
    could we love him any more?
    think not
    Hugh is the man!!