(AP) Hugh Jackman knows how to stop the show. He did it recently when a cell phone call interrupted a preview performance of “A Steady Rain,” the Broadway play that stars Jackman and Daniel Craig. The crude video shown by the TMZ.com Web site appears to have been shot from the audience. It shows Jackman breaking character to tell the owner of the ringing cell phone, “You want to get that?” as the audience erupts in cheers. As the ringing persists, Jackman pleads: “Come on, just turn it off.” He then paces the stage of the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, waits about a minute for the ringing to stop and the play resumes.
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The producers of the Tony Award-winning musical AVENUE Q, that will start previews on October 9th, announced the casting for the Off-Broadway (340 West 50 Street, New York) production along with the official opening night, now scheduled for October 21, 2009. A Rush Ticket policy for all performances is also announced.
The cast for AVENUE Q at New World Stages will be comprised of “Q alumni” representing the musical’s Broadway, Las Vegas and 1st National Tour companies:Anika Larsen (from the final Broadway cast and previously from the National Tour) as Kate Monster/Lucy; Seth Rettberg (Broadway and National Tour) as Princeton/Rod; CULLEN TITMUS (National Tour) as Nicky/Trekkie Monster;Danielle K. Thomas (final Broadway cast and National Tour) as Gary Coleman; Sala Iwamatsu(Broadway) as Christmas Eve; Nicholas Kohn (final Broadway company and Las Vegas) as Brian; and Maggie Lakis (National Tour) as Mrs. T/Bad Idea Bear.
via (Broadway World)
Jennifer Love Hewitt was born in February 21, 1979. Ms. Hewitt is an American actress, voice actress, and singer-songwriter. Hewitt began her acting career as a child by appearing in television commercials and the Disney Channel series Kids Incorporated. She rose to fame in teenage popular culture via her roles in the Fox series Party of Five, as Sarah Reeves, and the films I Know What You Did Last Summer and its sequel, as Julie James.
Jennifer Love Hewitt portrays “Melinda Gordon” on CBS’ hit drama series, “Ghost Whisperer.” She plays a young newlywed who delivers messages from the dead to the living.
She most recently appeared in Twentieth Century Fox’s hit live action/CGI features, “Garfield ,” and “Garfield 2: A Tale of Two Kitties.” She was also recently seen starring in two independent features, “The Truth About Love ,” and “If Only,” which she produced with her production company Love Spell Entertainment.
She also starred in the DreamWorks action/comedy “The Tuxedo” opposite Jackie Chan as an intelligence agent who takes on a malevolent corporate mogul, and in MGM’s “Heartbreakers,” with Sigourney Weaver, Gene Hackman and Ray Liotta.
Hewitt received critical acclaim as the title role in the ABC Original Movie “The Audrey Hepburn Story,” based on the life of the Academy Award-winning actress.
She is also known to television audiences as “Sarah Reeves” from the award-winning drama series “Party of Five.”
Her career has been linked to box-office success with such films as “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” for which she won a 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award. She also starred in the film’s sequel “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer” and the comedies “Can’t Hardly Wait,” “The Suburbans.” and “Sister Act 2.”
Hewitt resides in the Los Angeles area.
She later began a relationship with Ghost Whisperer co-star Jamie Kennedy; the two were reported to be engaged July 21, 2009, but the couples’ representatives and Kennedy himself later stated that this had not happened.
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Recent-premiered play staring Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman, “A Steady Rain”, has grossed up a total of $1,167,954 to come third this week in the weekly box office report published by The Broadway League.
It is rare to see that a non-musical play breaks into the Top 10 in Broadway. “A steady Rain” has even display “Jersey Boys” from the Top 3 and is catching up with smashing-hits plays such as Wicked and Billy Elliot.
The Top 5 comprised “Wicked” with $1,441,683, “Billy Elliot” ($1,342,233), “A Steady Rain”, “Jersey Boys” ($1,126,009) and “The Lion King” ($1,123,205).
Great Broadway hits such as West Side Story, Mamma Mia! and The Phantom of the Opera follow the above list in the top 10.
Great work for Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman! Watch out Broadway, this two guys come to crack everything up!
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