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SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark on Broadway Update

The producers of SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark are announcing a schedule change for the new Broadway production opening at the Hilton Theatre this year.
 
The production will not begin preview performances on February 25.  As announced late last year, the production is moving forward.  A revised schedule of preview performances, and an opening date in 2010, will be confirmed shortly.
 
Ticketmaster is contacting ticket holders impacted by the delay.  Anyone who has purchased tickets may request a refund from Ticketmaster immediately, or wait for the announcement of the new performance schedule at which time further details for new dates and exchanges will be announced. Ticketmaster is on the web at:  www.Ticketmaster.com <http://www.Ticketmaster.com> or by phone at 1-800-745-3000.
 
Please note:  Ticket buyers will receive a full refund (including booking fees) on tickets purchased at Ticketmaster. The producers will pick up the cost of the processing fee which would not normally be refunded.

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Boneau/Bryan-Brown Kicks Off “Theatre Thursday”

BONEAU/BRYAN-BROWN

KICKS OFF “THEATRE THURSDAY”

ON TWITTER.COM 

FOLLOW BBB AT www.twitter.com/bbbway

BE A PART OF THEATRE THURSDAY BY USING #theatrethursday 

Boneau/Bryan-Brown is kicking off “Theatre Thursday” on Twitter, the micro-blogging website that is revolutionizing media and information distribution.

To be a part of “Theatre Thursday,” use the hashtag: #theatrethursday.

Below are links and information on the Twitter presence for Boneau/Bryan-Brown and our clients:

Boneau/Bryan-Brown:                         www.twitter.com/BBBway

The 39 Steps                                        www.twitter.com/39StepsBroadway

A Behanding in Spokane                       www.twitter.com/BehandingBway

Atlantic Theater Company: Oohrah!, Two Unrelated Plays By David Mamet: Keep Your Pantheon and School, Ages of the Moon, Gabriel

                                                            www.twitter.com/AtlanticTheater

BC/EFA                                               www.twitter.com/BCEFA

Burn The Floor                                     www.twitter.com/OfficialBTF

Bye Bye Birdie                                     www.twitter.com/B3OnBroadway

God of Carnage                                    www.twitter.com/GodofCarnageBWY

Guthrie Theater                                     www.twitter.com/GuthrieTheater

Hamlet                                                 www.twitter.com/HamletBway09

Jersey Boys                                          www.twitter.com/JerseyBoysInfo

La Cage Aux Folles                              www.twitter.com/LaCageBroadway

Mamma Mia!                                       www.twitter.com/MammaMiaMusical

Manhattan Theatre Club: The Royal Family, Time Stands Still, Collected Stories, Nightingale, Equivocation, That Face

                                                            www.twitter.com/MTC_NYC

The Neil Simon Plays                            www.twitter.com/NeilSimonPlays

Ragtime                                                www.twitter.com/RagtimeOnBway09

Roundabout Theatre Company: After Miss Julie, Wishful Drinking, The Understudy, Ordinary Days, Present Laughter, The Glass Menagerie

                                                            www.twitter.com/RTC_NYC

Shrek The Musical                                www.twitter.com/ShreksterOnline

Signature Theatre Company: The Orphans’ Home Cycle

                                                            www.twitter.com/SignatureTheatr

Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark            www.twitter.com/SpideyOnBway

Stomp                                                  www.twitter.com/StompNYC

 

Broadway: More Stars Than Ever in 2009-2010 Season

BROADWAY: MORE STARS THAN EVER!

2009-2010 Season Promises to be a great one

Look who’s coming to the Broadway stages this year.  More than a dozen new shows are scheduled to open between now and the end of the year.  Here are some of the amazing stars who are performing this season on the Great White Way:

Dennis Boutsikaris (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Alan Cumming (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark), “Dancing With the Stars” dancers Maksim Chmerkovskiy & Karina Smirnoff (Burn The Floor), Stephen Collins (The Royal Family), Carrie Fisher (Wishful Drinking), Nolan Funk (Bye, Bye, Birdie),  Victor Garber (Present Laughter), Ana Gasteyer (The Royal Family), Gina Gershon (Bye, Bye, Birdie), John Glover (The Royal Family), Rosemary Harris (The Royal Family), Dee Hoty (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Jayne Houdyshell (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Bill Irwin (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Linda Lavin (Collected Stories), Jude Law (Hamlet), Laura Linney (Time Stands Still), Jan Maxwell (The Royal Family), Laurie Metcalf (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Sienna Miller (After Miss Julie), Jonny Lee Miller (After Miss Julie), Tony Roberts (The Royal Family), Reg Rogers (The Royal Family), Alicia Silverstone (Time Stands Still), John Stamos (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Evan Rachel Wood (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark)

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BROADWAY SEASON ALREADY ANNOUNCED

                                         FIRST PREVIEW      OPENING NIGHT

BURN THE FLOOR                        July 25, 2009                                     August 2, 2009

WISHFUL DRINKING                 September 22, 2009                        October 4, 2009

HAMLET                                           September 12, 2009                         October 6, 2009

THE ROYAL FAMILY                  September 15, 2009                         October 8, 2009

BYE BYE BIRDIE                            September 10, 2009                         October 15, 2009

AFTER MISS JULIE                        September 18, 2009                         October 22, 2009

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS    October 2, 2009                                October 25, 2009

RAGTIME                                             October 23, 2009                              November 15, 2009

BROADWAY BOUND                        November 18, 2009                          December 10, 2009

PRESENT LAUGHTER                      January 2, 2010                                 January 21, 2010

TIME STANDS STILL                       January 5, 2009                                 January 28, 2009

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK     February 25, 2010                             TBA

COLLECTED STORIES                      April 6, 2010                                     April 28, 2010

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK NEW YORK CITY OPEN CASTING CALL

SPIDER-MAN

TURN OFF THE DARK

NEW YORK CITY OPEN CASTING CALL

MONDAY, APRIL 13 AT THE KNITTING FACTORY

 

DIRECTED BY JULIE TAYMOR,

MUSIC & LYRICS BY BONO & THE EDGE

BOOK BY JULIE TAYMOR & GLEN BERGER

 

SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark, featuring direction by Julie Taymor (Across The Universe, Frida, The Lion King on Broadway), music and lyrics by 22-time Grammy® Award-winners Bono and The Edge (from U2), and written by Taymor and Glen Berger (Underneath The Lintel), will be holding an open casting call Monday, April 13 (10 AM – 5 PM) at The Knitting Factory (74 Leonard Street) in New York City as part of an ongoing nationwide casting tour.

 

SPIDER-MAN is seeking principals and understudies for the roles of ‘Peter Parker,’ ‘Mary Jane,’ and ‘Female Lead Villain.’ The production is looking for performers with dynamic rock/pop voices including those with experience in bands and as solo performers. Regardless of experience, anyone who thinks they might be qualified is encouraged to audition.

 

The open casting call is being organized by Telsey + Company (Rent, Across The Universe, Sex & The City, Wicked). Following New York, additional casting calls will be held in the following cities:

 

LOS ANGELES, CA (Saturday, April 18; 10 AM – 5PM)

Hollywood United Methodist Church

6817 Franklin Avenue

Hollywood, CA 90028

 

SEATTLE, WA (Monday, April 20; 10 AM – 6PM)

Theatre Puget Sound
Seattle Center House
305 Harrison Street

Seattle, WA  98109

 

CHICAGO, IL (Thursday, May 7; 10 AM – 5 PM)

Visceral Dance Chicago

2820 N. Elston Ave

Chicago, IL  60618

 

AUSTIN, TX (Wednesday, May 27; 10 AM – 6 PM)

Dougherty Arts Center

1110 Barton Springs Road

Austin, TX  78704

 

The production is looking for candidates to fill the following roles (both principals and understudies):

 

PETER PARKER – Male. 16-20’s. Must have a great rock tenor voice. Can be nerdy with understated sex appeal and a good sense of humor.

 

MARY JANE – Female. 16-20’s. Beautiful girl next door. Strong pop/rock singing voice required.

 

LEAD FEMALE VILLAIN – Female. 25‐35 years old. All ethnicities encouraged. Must have an amazing rock voice. Think Sinead O’Connor with a Middle Eastern /Bulgarian/Greek twist. Foreign and/or world music types are great. Foreign accents are great.

 

WHAT TO BRING:

All interested people should bring a snapshot or photo of themselves and a brief pop/rock or rock song to sing. Please note that no accompanist or audio equipment will be provided.

 

For more information, updated casting call information, or if you are not able to attend any of the above casting calls, please e-mail: SpiderManCasting@gmail.com or visit www.SpidermanOnBroadway.com.

 

SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark will open in New York on Thursday, February 18, 2010.

 

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