September 04, 2015

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More Highlights From Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway

A Tony winner for his portrayal of Peter Allen in The Boy From Oz, Hugh Jackman returns to the Great White Way in the aptly titled Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway. The one-man song-and-dance spectacular finds Jackman fronting an 18-piece orchestra and performing an array of songs from across the musical spectrum — Rodgers and Hammerstein, American Songbook classics, movie medleys, Peter Allen pop hits. There's even a surprise musical nod to his native Australia. He spoke to Playbill on the Nov. 11 opening night. Click here.








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