The Boy From Oz, Hugh Jackman, Hits Small Screen with TV Appearances

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The Boy From Oz star Hugh Jackman is prepping for his Tony Awards hosting duties — while promoting his latest movie "Van Helsing" — with a number of television appearances.

The schedule of Jackman sightings can be seen as follows (all times ET, check local listings):

  • May 6 - 5 PM - MTV's "Total Request Live"
  • May 7 - 7 AM - NBC's "Today Show"
  • May 7 - 10 AM - NBC's "Ellen Degeneres"
  • May 7 - 8 PM - NBC's "Dateline"
  • May 7 - 11 PM - HBO's "On the Record with Bob Costas"
  • May 10 - 1:35 AM - ABC's "Entertainers" Jackman currently stars in the new musical which began on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre Sept. 16, 2003, and opened Oct. 16.

    The Boy from Oz is "a musical true story" of the late entertainer Peter Allen who was a protege of Judy Garland — and briefly married to her daughter Liza Minnelli. Martin Sherman (Bent) provides the libretto for the score which features the music and lyrics of the pop superstar.


    Philip Wm. McKinley directs the production featuring Jackman (as Peter Allen) and a cast that includes Stephanie J. Block, Beth Fowler, Isabel Keating, Jarrod Emick, Mitchel Federan and Michael Mulheren. For tickets to The Boy From Oz at the Imperial, 249 West 45 Street, call (212) 239-6200 or click below. For more information, visit the show's website at

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