The actress' first stop is the lead guest on the Dec. 6 airing of "Live with Regis & Kelly," which airs at 9 AM ET. Mullally will also appear with the ladies of "The View" on Dec. 13 at 11 AM. Both shows air in the metropolitan area on WABC-TV, Channel 7; check local listings.
The actress's late-night appearances include CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" on Dec. 27 at 11:35 PM, and NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" on Jan. 3, 2008, at 12:35 PM; check local listings.
Mullally's credits include the Broadway revivals of Grease!, How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying and the hit television series "Will & Grace." The Emmy-winning actress returned to the Broadway stage in the Mel Brooks comedy Young Frankenstein, which is based on his popular film. Her latest album with her band the Supreme Music Program, entitled "Free Again!," was released this fall. Mullally recently launched the interactive story-telling website www.supremestoryprogram.com.
In the latest Mel Brooks movie to stage musical adaptation, Mullally stars as Elizabeth, both the love interest of the doctor and the monster, alongside Tony winner Roger Bart as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein. The cast also features Tony winner Sutton Foster (as the doctor's assistant Inga), Tony winner Shuler Hensley (The Monster), Tony winner Andrea Martin (as Frau Blucher), Fred Applegate (as Transylvanian policeman Inspector Kemp, and a Hermit) and Christopher Fitzgerald (as hunchback Igor) with an ensemble that includes Heather Ayers, Jim Borstelmann, Paul Castree, Jennifer Lee Crowl, Jack Doyle, Renée Feder, James Gray, Amy Heggins, Eric Jackson, Kristin Marie Johnson, Matthew LaBanca, Kevin Ligon, Barrett Martin, Linda Mugleston, Christina Marie Norrup, Justin Patterson, Brian Shepard, Sarrah Strimel, Craig Waletzko and Courtney Young.
Young Frankenstein opened at the Hilton Theatre on Nov. 28 with a book by Tony Award winners Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan and music and lyrics by Brooks. Young Frankenstein is directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman. For more information visit www.YoungFrankensteinTheMusical.com