You'll be back! Hamilton alum Michael Luwoye returns to the show's Broadway production in the title role on January 16 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Original company member Javier Muñoz played his final performance in the hit musical on January 14. Formerly an understudy on Broadway, Luwoye recently led the show's touring cast. In addition to his work in Hamilton, Luwoye appeared off-Broadway in a Lucille Lortel Award-nominated performance in the musical Invisible Thread.
Grammy-nominated songwriter and Tony-nominated Waitress composer Sara Bareilles rejoins the cast of her hit Broadway musical on January 16 in the role of Jenna. Bareilles will play a six-week limited engagement in the musical at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre through February 25. She appears alongside Jason Mraz, who will continue as Dr. Pomatter for a run through February 11, after which original cast member Drew Gehling will take over the role.
International stage star and recording artist Peter Jöback rejoins Broadway's longest-running show, The Phantom of the Opera, on January 16 as the musical reaches its 30th anniversary on the Great White Way. Laird Mackintosh (who normally plays Monsieur André) concluded his engagement in the title role on January 13 following the December 23 conclusion of longtime star James Barbour's run. Jöback will play a limited run through March 31.
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Selecting a term
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