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TONY® AWARD NOMINEE AND FIVE-TIME EMMY® AWARD WINNER
KELSEY GRAMMER
WILL RETURN TO BROADWAY IN

F I N D I N G   N E V E R L A N D

PREVIEWS BEGIN
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015
AT BROADWAY’S LUNT-FONTANNE THEATRE
OPENING SET FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15

New York – As was announced live earlier this morning on NBC’s “Today Show,” Tony® Award Nominee and five-time Emmy®Award winner Kelsey Grammer will return to Broadway in Finding Neverland as Charles Frohman (J.M. Barrie's theatrical producer).  Grammer appeared on the national morning television program alongside Matthew Morrison, who will be playing the role of Barrie, as was announced earlier this week.  Finding Neverland will begin previews on Sunday, March 15, 2015, at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (205 West 46th Street), and will open on Wednesday, April 15.

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TONY®, EMMY®, AND GOLDEN GLOBE® AWARD NOMINEE
MATTHEW MORRISON
WILL RETURN TO BROADWAY
TO STAR IN

FINDING NEVERLAND

PREVIEWS BEGIN
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015

AT BROADWAY’S LUNT-FONTANNE THEATRE
OPENING NOW SET FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15

New York– Producer Harvey Weinstein announced today that Tony®, Emmy®, and two-time Golden Globe® Award NomineeMatthew Morrison will return to Broadway to star in Finding Neverland as J.M. Barrie.  Morrison created the role of Barrie in early workshops of the Broadway-bound musical.  Finding Neverland will begin previews on Sunday, March 15, 2015 at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (205 West 46th Street), and will now open on Wednesday, April 15.

Published in Broadway

F I N D I N G   N E V E R L A N D

WILL OPEN ON BROADWAY
AT THE LUNT-FONTANNE THEATRE
ON APRIL 8, 2015

WORLD-PREMIERE ENGAGEMENT
ENDED YESTERDAY AS
THE MOST ATTENDED PRODUCTION
IN THE HISTORY OF
THE AMERICAN REPERTORY THEATER

New York, NY — Producer Harvey Weinstein and director Diane Paulus announced today that Finding Neverland will open on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on April 8, 2015.  This announcement comes on the heels of Finding Neverland’s sold-out, world-premiere engagement at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, which ended yesterday.   The production began previews at the Loeb Drama Center onWednesday, July 23, and ran for a total of 75 performances – all of which played to capacity crowds, making it the highest attended and highest grossing production in A.R.T.’s 34-year history.   Finding Neverland will begin preview performances on Broadway in March, 2015.  Casting will be announced shortly.

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