Watch One-Minute (1!) of ‘Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway’

Hugh Jackman‘s one man show, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway, started previews October 25th and everything I hear is that it’s excellent.

And why shouldn’t it be? Michael Riedel wrote in his NY Post column that “he’s rehearsed it eight hours a day, every day, for the past two months in New York. “He’s exhausted,” says a confidant. “But watching him onstage, you would never know it.”

In the show, he has a 18-piece orchestra and performs Broadway tunes, old classics and aboriginal music from Australia. shot a minute – seriously, only a minute – of the show that you can watch below. 

For tickets, click here.


1 Comment

  1. Thomas Garner via Facebook

    November 3, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Oh, shut up and put the claws back on

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