Hugh Attends NY Giants Vs NY Jets Game

[cpg_album:569,4]
(From Dec. 24th. Sorry about the delay on these — completely overlooked them!)

Hugh and Ava Play at the Park

[cpg_album:568,4]

Hugh Plays Tag with Ava on the Way to School

[cpg_album:566,4]

Hugh and Deb Walk the Dog

[cpg_albumnew:563,4]

Hugh Attends a ‘Seminar’ with Alan Rickman

[cpg_album:564,4]

On Wednesday, January 4th, Hugh Jackman stopped by the Golden Theatre to check out Seminar, starring Alan Rickman. It looks as though Hugh may catch up on some missed Broadway productions while he was singing and dancing in his one one-man show, with this being the first. Seminar is a hit comedy play, written by Theresa Rebeck. Check out a summary below:

In Seminar, four young writers are thrilled to be participating in a private seminar taught by the brilliant but unpredictable Leonard, an international literary legend. But as Leonard deems some students more promising than others, tensions arise. Sex is used as a weapon, alliances are made and broken, and it’s not just the wordplay that turns vicious.

Hugh Jackman Will Perform More Magic on Broadway in Sorkin’s ‘Houdini’

There have been many rumors about Houdini for years now, but it looks like the musical is finally taking shape. In a statement released earlier today, more details about the production came out, including the intended release: Broadway’s 2013/2014 season. It was also announced that Hugh Jackman has officially signed onto the project.

As has been previously reported, the talent behind the musical on the late and great magician is extensive, with Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, The West Wing) writing, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell) composing, and Jack O’Brien (Hairspray, The Coast of Utopia) directing. Set designer David Rockwell (Hairspray) is producing alongside Scott Sanders (The Color Purple).

Hugh released a statement on his involvement, while Aaron Sorkin provided a brief summary:

“I have been deeply fascinated by the life of Harry Houdini since I was young, and in many ways I’ve been preparing for this role my whole life,” said Jackman. “I am thrilled to be collaborating with this collection of artists who are all at the top of their game.”

[…]

“Rather than being a biography, Houdini — told in a contemporary tone — tells the story of an epic battle that took place between the world’s greatest illusionist and a trio of women, known as ‘Spiritualists’, who convinced millions of people, including the editors of Scientific American and The New York Times, that they could communicate with the dead,” said Sorkin.

SOURCE

Post Archive:

Page 74 of 123 1 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 123