Everything's Coming Up Maureen; Bernadette Peters Misses May 5 Gypsy Performance

News   Everything's Coming Up Maureen; Bernadette Peters Misses May 5 Gypsy Performance Days after receiving glowing reviews for her performance as Rose, Gypsy star Bernadette Peters will miss the May 5 performance due to illness.

Her standby, Maureen Moore, will assay the lead in the Arthur Laurents-Jule Styne-Stephen Sondheim revival, as she did April 21-23 when Peters had to sit out performances on doctor's orders. The May 5 absence will make this Peter's fifth time out in under 40 performances of the Sam Mendes-directed production.

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Standby Moore has appeared on Broadway in Cabaret, Sunset Boulevard, Falsettos, Les Misérables, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Amadeus, Big River, I Love My Wife, Moonie Shapiro Songbook and as June in the 1974 production of Gypsy. She also was Peters’ standby in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Song & Dance, the show that garnered Peters her first Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.