Channel Nine: Stars of New Broadway Revival Make TV Appearances

News   Channel Nine: Stars of New Broadway Revival Make TV Appearances
The stars of the current Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Nine on Broadway will appear all over the television talk-show circuit this week, starting with Jane Krakowski appearing on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman," April 14.

Krakowski, who makes quite an entrance as mistress Carla for her big number "A Call From the Vatican," will sit with the late-night staple April 14 at 11:35 PM (ET).

The new David Leveaux staging of Nine features Spanish star Antonio Banderas making his Broadway debut as the show's focal character Guido Contini. Fans wanting to catch a glimpse of set designer David Pask's 1960's Venetian spa should tune in to NBC's "The Today Show" April 18 between 7-9 AM as Banderas will appear from the stage of the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.

Mary Stuart Masterson plays the filmmaker's wife Luisa Contini in Nine. The actress will co-host the ABC talk show "The View." Television viewers can catch the star April 18 at 11 AM.

Finally, April 19 between 7-9 AM, Banderas, Krakowski and Masterson will be joined by Nine co-stars Laura Benanti — who plays Contini's leading lady-muse Claudia— and Broadway legend Chita Rivera — who takes on the role of producer Liliane La Fleur on NBC's "Weekend Today." The cast members will be interviewed from the stage of the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.

All times listed above are ET. (Check your local listings) Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway revival of the Maury Yeston-Arthur Kopit musical Nine, recently extended its limited engagement to Aug. 10 at the O'Neill, 230 West 49 St. For tickets, call (212) 239-6200 or click here.

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