Gary Barlow Will Fly from Neverland to Around the World

first_img Additional details about the project, including a timeline, book writer and director, have yet to be announced. The show is based on the adventure novel of the same name by French author Jules Verne. It follows Phileas Fogg, a Londoner who, after a bet with his friends, attempts to circumnavigate the entire globe in—you guessed it—eighty days with his valet Passepartout. Scherzinger, along with stage and screen favorite and upcoming Late Late Show host James Corden, will join Barlow at film honcho Harvey Weinstein’s pre-Oscar dinner ceremony on February 20 to perform five numbers from the new tuner. Rita Ora will also be in attendance and will perform the number “Play,” which she recorded for Neverland’s forthcoming concept album. Weinstein is the executive producer behind Finding Neverland and is also attached to Around the World in Eighty Days. Gary Barlow may be bringing the second star to the right to Broadway this spring with Finding Neverland, but he already has yet another project up his sleeves that will take him to even more fanciful locales. According to the Daily Mail, the Take That singer-turned musical theater composer is at work on a musical version of Around the World in Eighty Days, collaborating with his Neverland partner Eliot Kennedy. Pussycat Doll and West End Grizabella Nicole Scherzinger is on board during the show’s early developmental stages.center_img View Commentslast_img read more

An American in Paris’ Brandon Uranowitz to Offer Live Periscope for on Opening Night

first_img Related Shows View Comments An American in Paris If you’ve joined us #liveatfive, you know thinks Periscope, Twitter’s new live video streaming app, is “‘​S Wonderful.” Now we’re getting Brandon Uranowitz to join in on the fun!The An American in Paris  star will be taking over’s Periscope account on the musical’s opening night on April 12. Keep an eye out on Twitter, so you can ask questions, send hearts and get a close-up view of all the live excitement backstage at the Palace Theatre followed by the celebration at the after–party.So put on some fancy duds, grab a glass of bubbly and pretend you’re at the swanky party with Uranowitz and his co-stars Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope, Veanne Cox, Jill Paice and Max von Essen on their big night.  Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 9, 2016last_img read more