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Keira Knightley's Broadway Debut Interrupted By A Fan Yelling Seriously CRAZY Things From The Audience! Find Out How Keira Handled It!
Well, this is a little unsettling!
Keira Knightley was all set to lift the curtain on her Broadway debut Thursday night, playing the main character in Helen Edmundson's play Thérèse Raquin, when something strange happened.
Just minutes after the play began, the show was disrupted by a man yelling bizarre and scary things at Keira from a balcony on the second deck, causing the play to be stopped after several minutes and leaving the audience visibly confused.
According to sources, the man went a little overboard from the very beginning:
Carly Rae Jepsen & You're The Worst Star Kether Donohue Are The Newest Pink Ladies For Fox's Grease: Live!
Fox's Grease: Live just tapped another Broadway Cinderella — Carly Rae Jepsen!
On Wednesday, it was announced that the Call Me Maybe singer will be playing the role of Frenchy (AKA the beauty school dropout) in the popular musical! AH-Mazing!
And it seems the starlet is just as excited as we are for her addition to the cast as she took to Instagram to share her BIG news!
We did not enjoy the original Broadway production of Spring Awakening - for many reasons. To recap: too dark, felt unfinished and felt like it belonged more off-Broadway.
So, we went in to this new revival with very low expectations and were very pleasantly surprised.
This new production - done with hearing and deaf actors - makes the show feel super fresh. There is much more going on this time around.
There's also some much needed levity. There's more humor in this one. And Spencer Liff's choreography and staging adds sooooo much to the show!
Michael Arden did a superb job directing and some truly standout performances from Camryn Manheim, Andy Mientus, Austin McKenzie and Katie Boeck.
Definitely worth seeing, even if didn't like the original production!
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Musical Will Now Be 4 Hours Long & Split Into Two Different Parts!
This is great news if you're a Potterhead and somewhat awful news if you have a short attention span…
We were blown away when we heard that J.K. Rowling was crafting a brand-new Harry Potter story, but it was music to our ears when we found out that the new chapter was actually going to be told in the form of a musical!
Well, it's been three months since Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was officially announced, and now the team behind the West End production dropped yet another major bomb.
As it turns out, the musical is so grand that it's actually being cut into two 2-hour long parts that will be shown at different times!
Kind of exactly how Deathly Hallows worked in theaters, now only done on the stage.
J.K. made the big reveal herself on Friday, saying:
He'll always be our pal!
Jack Larson, the actor who portrayed Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen in The Adventures of Superman, passed away on Sunday in his Brentwood home at the age of 87.
Larson was born in 1928 in Los Angeles and made his film debut in 1948 in the movie Fighter Squadron. Jack originally wanted to become a Broadway actor, which is why he was hesitant to take the role as Daily Planet photographer Jimmy Olsen.
Larson was worried he'd be typecast if he took the role, but his agent assured him that the show was likely to be so bad it wouldn't air. Unfortunately for him, the show ended up being a hit and aired in syndication from 1952-1958.
As a result, his fears ended up coming true as he found it extremely difficult to find work after the hit superhero show aired.
Luckily though, he had a
We had such a blast doing Full House: The Musical in Toronto!
But now that we're back in New York, we're going through a bit of a shock to our systems.
In fact, we thought it was time for us to get real about the amount of anxiety we're currently going through at the moment!
Ch-ch-check out our open and honest thoughts on the matter (above)!!!
[This video made using Showbox.com]
SpongeBob Is Coming To Broadway — And Wait Until You See The List Of Stars Contributing To The Musical!
Prepare yourselves, because Mr. Squarepants is coming to Broadway!
The SpongeBob Musical is in the works, and it'll open in June 2016 in Chicago before moving on to the Great White Way for the 2016-2017 season.
Directed by Tina Landau, The SpongeBob Musical will feature original songs by Aerosmith frontmen Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, and include other original songs from The Flaming Lips, John Legend, Lady Antebellum, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T's, They Might Be Giants, and T.I.
What the what?! T.I.??
Landau said of the musical: