Watch Hugh Jackman’s Emotional Speech at The Music Man’s Final Broadway Curtain Call


Watch Hugh Jackman’s inspiring speech at music manThe Last Broadway Curtain Call of

The Starry Revival played its final show on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theater on January 15th.

Sentiment was high as Meredith Wilson’s Broadway star revival music man had its final run at the Winter Garden Theater on January 15, with record-breaking grosses of 46 previews and 373 performances.

After the final curtain call, Tony Award-winning star Hugh Jackman delivered a moving thank-you speech, addressing the cast and crew families, as well as one in the audience. , almost half of the total number of performances. Check out Jackman’s full speech above.

Jackman as Harold Hill stars fellow Tony Award winner Sutton Foster as Marion Palou, Shuler Hensley as Marcellus Washburn, Jane Hoodishel as Mrs. Singh and Marie as Mrs. Palou.・Leaded the revival with Mullen. The closing cast includes Mark Lynn-Baker as Mayor Singh, Remy Auberjonois as Charlie Cowell, Gino Coscruella as Tommy Gillas, Emma Crow as Zanita Singh, and Benjamin Crow as Winthrop. Also included were Pajak, Emily Jewel Horder as Amaryllis, Garrett Long as Ethel Tofermier, and Linda Muggleston. Jessica Sheridan as Alma Hicks, Jessica Sheridan as Maud Dunlop, Lemma Webb as Mrs. Squire, Tony Candidate Philip Boykin as Orrin Britt, Eddie Corbick and Ewart Dunlop as Jaycee Squires Daniel Torres as Oliver Hicks, Nicholas Ward as Constable Rock, Lance Roberts as Constable Rock, and Max Clayton as Harold Hill’s standby.

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The ensemble was completed by Nick Alvino, Jordan Beale, Lauren Blackman, Ronnie S. Bowman Jr., Audrina Bradner, Michael Cash, William Thomas Collin, Cammy Crumb and Aydin Akan, Esen Green-Younger, Andrea Jones-Sojola, Amanda Lamott, Kayla Lavigne, Devin Miles Lugo, Drew Minard, Sean Montgomery, Kennedy Pitney, Tanner Quark, Sherrith Springer, Mitchell As Tobin, Branch Woodman, Maria Briggs, Richard Gutta, Daniel Patrick Russell, Anne Saunders, Kathy Voitko, Ryan Worthing Swing.

music manFeaturing music and lyrics by Meredith Wilson, and a book by Wilson and Franklin Lacy, this production tells the story of what happens when con man Harold Hill arrives in River City and falls in love with strict librarian Marian. It tells us something. It premiered on Broadway at the Majestic Theater on December 19, 1957. A 2000 revival was staged at the Neil Simon Theater.

Revival directed by Jerry Zax, choreography by Warren Carlyle, sets and costumes by Santo Locusto, sound design by Scott Lehrer, lighting by Brian McDevitt, vocal and dance arrangements by David Chase. , orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick, and featuring musical direction by Patrick. Thomas Recktenwald was the production stage manager.

Kate Horton was named producer following the resignation of Scott Rudin, who announced his intention to step down from his theatrical venture after allegations of workplace abuse and intimidation came to light.Also, Barry Diller and David Geffen led the production team.

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