In James Graham's Ink, a young Rupert Murdoch is on the verge of founding what could be the U.K.’s most influential newspaper. As the burgeoning media mogul prepares to revitalize The Sun, he must first find a reliable team of journalists: Where better than London's pubs and nightclubs?
Take a look at the musical scene from the Broadway production of Ink above.
Ink, directed by Rupert Goold, began previews April 2 at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, where it officially opens April 24.
The twice-extended limited engagement from Manhattan Theatre Club, The Almeida, and Sonia Friedman Productions premieres on Broadway following a critically acclaimed West End run. Leading the cast as Rupert Murdoch and Larry Lamb, the editor of The Sun, are two-time Olivier Award winner Bertie Carvel (reprising his Olivier Award-winning performance) and Olivier winner Jonny Lee Miller, respectively.
They are joined by David Wilson Barnes as Brian McConnell, Bill Buell as Frank Nicklin/Hetherington/Percy Roberts, Andrew Durand as Beverly/Christopher Timothy, Eden Marryshow as Ray Mills/Lee Howard, Colin McPhillamy as Sir Alick/Rees-Mogg/Chapel Father, Erin Neufer as Anna Murdoch/Diana/Chrissie/Apprentice, Kevin Pariseau as Bench Hand/TV Host/Croiset, Rana Roy as Stephanie Rahn, Michael Siberry as Hugh Cudlipp, Robert Stanton as Bernard Shrimsley/Brittenden, and Tara Summers as Joyce Hopkirk/Muriel McKay.
Performances are scheduled through June 23.