Groundhog Day’s Raymond J. Lee Reveals His Biggest Stage Mishap

Video   Groundhog Day’s Raymond J. Lee Reveals His Biggest Stage Mishap
 
But it all turned out okay! See the Broadway actor on Playbill’s The Tyler Mount Vlog.

As we prepare to launch a brand-new season of Playbill’s The Tyler Mount Vlog this fall, check out this never-before-seen episode from last season featuring Groundhog Day’s Raymond J. Lee. Watch the video to see the Broadway actor open up about his most embarrassing moment on stage, and offer his advice for a successful career in musical theatre.

Lee’s Broadway credits include Groundhog Day, Honeymoon in Vegas, Anything Goes, and Mamma Mia!.

As previously announced, Groundhog Day will end its run September 17 at the August Wilson Theatre, where it will have played 32 previews and 176 regular performances upon closing.

The new Broadway is musical based on the 1993 film of the same name about a TV weatherman who relives the same day over and over again, with a score by Tim Minchin and a book by the film’s original co-screenwriter Danny Rubin. The production was nominated for seven 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Book, Best Original Score, and Best Musical.

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An 18-month national tour of Groundhog Day is scheduled to begin next year. The show’s producers have also stated that details of a London return, where it won the 2017 Olivier Award for Best Musical, will be announced in the coming months.

Flip through photos of the film’s original weatherman, Bill Murray, during a surprise visit to the show on Broadway.

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