‘Chaplin’ to Open on Broadway This September

Chaplin-the-musicalChaplin, a new musical depicting the life of film icon Charlie Chaplin, will open on Broadway on Monday, September 10, 2012 at the Barrymore Theatre (243 West 47th Street). Previews will begin Tuesday, August 21, 2012.

Music and lyrics are by Christopher Curtis and book by three-time Tony Award-winner Thomas Meehan (Annie, The Producers, Hairspray) and Christopher Curtis. Warren Carlyle (Finian’s Rainbow, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway) will direct and choreograph the production.

Casting and additional creative team to be announced soon.

 From the slums of London to the heights of Hollywood, CHAPLIN is the showbiz Broadway musical about the silent film legend the world couldn’t stop talking about –  Charlie Chaplin. The brand new 22-person musical reveals the man behind the legend, the undeniable genius that forever changed the way America went to the movies.

Chaplin comes to Broadway following the popular success of a production at the La Jolla Playhouse in 2010, under the name Limelight.

For more information, visit: www.ChaplinBroadway.com

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