most famous The Broadway show ends January 8th.
Based on the 2000 film, the musical features a book by filmmaker Cameron Crowe and music by Tom Kitt.
musical adaptation of most famousis based on the 2000 film by Cameron Crowe and will finish its Broadway run on January 8th. The new show officially opened at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater on November 3rd, following previews beginning October 3rd. 77 performances.
Set in 1973, the story follows an aspiring 15-year-old music journalist who is hired by Rolling Stone magazine to tour an up-and-coming rock band. Crowe won an Oscar for his semi-autobiographical screenplay chronicling his own time as a young journalist for The Allman Brothers His Band and Red His Zeppelin.
The cast features Solea Pfeiffer as young Kate Hudson’s Oscar-nominated Penny Lane. Chris Wood as Russell Hammond, the guitarist for the fictional band Stillwater. Casey Wrights as teenage journalist William Miller; Tony candidate Annika Larsen will play William’s mother, Elaine. Drew Gehring played the band’s lead singer, Jeff Bebe. Rob Colletti as Lester Bangs, a journalist played by Philip Seymour Hoffman in the film.
An official cast recording is scheduled for March 2023, featuring new songs written for the musical with music by Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Tom Kitt, and lyrics by Crowe and Kitt. Songs include “Morocco” performed by Rykes and Pfeiffer (listen in sneak here) and “The Night Sky Has Nothing to You” performed by Pfeiffer and Wood (listen here) increase. The stage show also features memorable singing moments from the film, such as Stillwater’s hit “Fever Dog” and Elton John’s “Tiny His Dancer.”
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Matt Bittner, Chad Barris, Gerald Canonico, Julia Cassandra, Brandon Contreras, Jakeem Hart, Van Hughes, Jana Jenne Jackson, Claire Kwon, Katie Radner, Danny Lindgren, Erica Mansfield , Alisa Melendez, Kevin Trinio Perdido, Andrew Poston, Emily Schulteis, Daniel Sovic, Libby Winters, Matthew C. Yee.
most famous is directed by Tony nominee Jeremy Herrin (Wolf Hall Parts 1 and 2), with choreographer Sarah Ogleby, music supervisor Brian Perry, landscape designer Derek MacLaine, and costume designer David Zinn. , lighting designer Natasha Katz, and lead the creative team, including sound. Designer Peter Hillenski, hair and makeup designer Luc Verschulen, and physical activity coordinator Lorenzo Pisoni. Kit wrote the arrangements and orchestrations, and his vocal design is by Anne-Marie Milazzo. The cast is Jim Carnahan.