From screen stars to stage favorites, a number of great talents and recognizable faces will grace the Broadway stage this Spring.
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Bette Midler on Broadway: “I think people don’t understand how hard this is. Those kids who work so hard in eight shows a week, I bow to them”
Bette Midler just wrapped a hugely successful run on Broadway in Sue Mengers: I’ll Eat You Last (trust us, it was one of the most successful examples of “star casting” in recent years), her first appearance on Broadway since 1980.
Bette Midler was featured on “CBS Sunday Morning” this past weekend talking about her new one-woman play, I’ll Eat You Last.
One of the best perks of being one of the 868 Tony Awards voters (yes, I realize I am saying that like I’m one of them) is the free tickets all eligible productions. Voters are expected to see all the plays and musicals over the next few weeks in order to vote.
Bette Midler on Her Staying Power: “I made my own work, I made my own shows, I put them together in a way that made people want to see them”
Bette Midler has returned to the Broadway stage this month as real-life Hollywood agent Sue Mengers in I’ll Eat You Last, the first time Midler has appeared on Broadway since her concert show Bette! Divine Madness ended its limited run in January 1980.
Bette Midler: “I just took what the studios gave me, didn’t do my homework and avoided roles that would risk my image”
Bette Midler spent most of her career creating the persona of “The Divine Miss M.” But looking back, the actress regrets not taking more chances.
Appearing on Broadway for the first time in 30 years, Tony and Grammy Award-winner Bette Midler will play the legendary Hollywood agent Sue Mengers (who died in 2011) in a new, one-character play titled, I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers.
In Theaters: Christmas Day