Some of your favorite Hollywood actors are acting on Broadway starting March!
For you, the lucky ones, who’ll be there to catch these shows, theater productions with A-List celebs get sold out pretty fast, but you never know, amirite?
Thanks to New York Daily News for announcing these productions.
8. Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother)
A musical about a gender-bending singer.
(Belasco Theater. Previews begin March 29; opens April 22.)
7. Denzel Washington (The Taking of Pelham 123)
About a Chicago family struggling with racism and striving for better lives.
(Barrymore Theater. Previews begin March 8; opens April 3.)
6. Zach Braff (Scrubs, Oz the Great and Powerful)
Woody Allen adapts his 1994 comedy about a playwright coping with mobsters and an egomaniacal actress.
(St. James Theater. Previews begin March 11; opens April 10.)
5. Michael C. Hall (Dexter), Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny), Toni Collette (Sixth Sense)
The colliding lives of two couples with the same surname.
(Lyceum Theater. Previews begin March 13; opens April 6.)
4. James Franco (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Oz the Great and Powerful), Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl), Chris O’Dowd (Girls)
John Steinbeck’s story of hard times.
(Longacre Theater. Previews begin March 19; opens April 16,)
3. Tony Shalhoub (Monk)
Autobiographical play about Moss Hart.
(Beaumont Theater. Previews begin March 20; opens April 17.)
2. Michelle Williams (Dawson’s Creek, Oz the Great and Powerful), Alan Cumming (X-Men)
A musical about the love lives of Kit Kat Club regulars as the Nazis rise to power.
(Studio 54. Previews begin March 21; opens April 24.)
1. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)
Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy about a small Irish community whose lives change when a Hollywood film crew shoots a documentary nearby.
(Cort Theater. Previews begin April 12; opens April 20.)Find other shows with big name stars at Nydailynews.com. Which ones would you see? Let’s talk about them in the Comments Section.