Producers Letty Aronson and Julian Schlossberg are proud to announce a special, limited time box office opening and additional casting for the world premiere production of BULLETS OVER BROADWAY. Be among the first to get tickets in person at the box office by visiting The St. James Theatre (246 West 44th Street) in the heart of Times Square for a limited time only through Saturday, November 23.
The new musical, written by Woody Allen and based on the screenplay by Allen and Douglas McGrath for the 1994 film, will be directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award® winner Susan Stroman.
Additional Broadway casting for the spring’s most anticipated brand new musical comedy features Nick Cordero (Rock of Ages) as “Cheech” and also includes Clyde Alves (Nice Work if You Can Get It), Jim Borstelmann (Chaplin), Janet Dickinson (How The Grinch Stole Christmas), Kimberly Fauré (Anything Goes), Paige Faure (Cinderella), Casey Garvin (Bare), Sarah Lin Johnson (Broadway debut), Andy Jones (Cinderella), Amanda Kloots-Larsen (Follies), Kevin Ligon (The Chosen), Brittany Marcin (Anything Goes), James Moye (Ragtime), Beth Johnson Nicely (Irving Berlin’s White Christmas) and Eric Santagata (Chaplin) among the ensemble cast of 29.
As previously announced, BULLETS OVER BROADWAY will feature Brooks Ashmanskas (The Producers) as “Warner Purcell,” Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominee Zach Braff (“Scrubs,” Garden State) as “David Shayne,” Vincent Pastore (“The Sopranos”) as “Nick Valenti,” Betsy Wolfe (The Mystery of Edwin Drood) as “Ellen,” Lenny Wolpe (The Drowsy Chaperone) as “Julian Marx” and Heléne Yorke (Grease) as “Olive Neal.”
BULLETS OVER BROADWAY will begin preview performances on Tuesday, March 11 and officially open Thursday, April 10, 2014 at The St. James Theatre.
BULLETS OVER BROADWAY tells the story of an aspiring young playwright (Braff) newly arrived on Broadway in 1920’s New York who is forced to cast a mobster’s (Pastore) talentless girlfriend (Yorke) in his latest drama in order to get it produced.
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Be among the first to get tickets in person at the box office by visiting The St. James Theatre (246 West 44th Street) in the heart of Times Square when it opens for a limited time only from Monday, November 18 through Saturday, November 23.