The Pretty Woman Musical Will Get a Fall Developmental Lab

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Jerry Mitchell will direct and choreograph the new musical based on the Garry Marshall film.
Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in<i> Pretty Woman </i>
Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman Touchstone Pictures

A developmental lab of the Broadway-bound musical Pretty Woman, based on Garry Marshall's 1990 film that starred Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, will be held in Manhattan in September, according to an Equity casting notice.

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Jerry Mitchell Joseph Marzullo/WENN

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Jerry Mitchell will direct and choreograph the workshop, which is scheduled for September 11–October 6. Pretty Woman features a book by the late Marshall and J.F. Lawton (the film's screenwriter) and a score by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. Will Van Dyke serves as the music director.

Mitchell, a two-time Tony winner for Best Choreography for Kinky Boots and the 2004 revival of La Cage aux Folles, recently said that the new musical, about a call girl whose life is transformed when a millionaire businessman falls in love with her, is aiming for Broadway in the 2018–2019 season.

Casting for the upcoming lab is by Telsey & Company; the general manager is 101 Productions, Ltd.

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