On this week’s episode, the hit TV show Nashville is being made into a musical, Beetlejuice is set to open on Broadway and The Big Bang Theory: A Pop-Rock Musical Parody, is currently running in New York.
Nashville Is Officially Becoming a Broadway Musical!
Get ready to put on your cowboy boots because Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, Scott Delman, is bringing ABC’s hit drama, Nashville, to Broadway. Nashville’s six season run evolved as a music drama to a soap opera throughout the years, and this new adaptation of the show is promised to deliver an original story with new and original music. Delman’s portfolio includes Broadway’s Ragtime, Book of Mormon, and Hello, Dolly! and he will now be helping launch Lionsgate’s first-ever Broadway creation. The plot, casting, and songs are currently in the works, but more details on production dates and a creative team are expected to be announced shortly.
Beetlejuice Musical Arrives on Broadway
Beetlejuice the musical has found its Broadway home at the Winter Garden Theatre, with an opening date set for later this month. The ghost-with-the-most comes to life on stage in this edgy musical comedy based on Tim Burton’s beloved film from the ‘80s, and tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a teenager obsessed with the supernatural. Following its premiere at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C., the creative team re-worked some of the songs and script, ramping up the comedy and making it bigger and better for Broadway audiences.
The Big Bang Theory Musical Parody to Debut Off-Broadway
Everyone’s favorite group of quirky scientists have arrived in New York City with The Big Bang Theory: A Pop-Rock Musical Parody, debuting at off-Broadway’s Jerry Orbach Theater in March. These charming nerds have spent 12 years finding love and experimenting with space age theory, and now their lives are about to turn upside down when a favorite Star Trek character comes to life in this musical comedy. The Big Bang Theory: A Pop-Rock Musical Parody hit the stage as the final season of the hit CBS sitcom is set to air, and promises that you’ll be laughing through past, present and future with the Big Bang Theory gang.