PHOTO ARCHIVE: "What a Beautiful Mornin!" Hugh Jackman's Stage Career... So Far | Playbill

Photos PHOTO ARCHIVE: "What a Beautiful Mornin!" Hugh Jackman's Stage Career... So Far Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman will return to Broadway in the new Jez Butterworth play The River, which will begin performances Oct. 31 at the Circle in the Square. We look at his onstage career thus far!

Celebrating Tony Winner Hugh Jackman on the Stage

Hugh Jackman, who won a Tony Award for his Broadway debut in The Boy from Oz and was later seen opposite Daniel Craig in A Steady Rain, returned to The Great White Way in Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway. He received a special Tony award for that performance.

He is also known for his film roles in the "X-Men" trilogy, "Someone Like You," "Swordfish," "Kate and Leopold," "Van Helsing," "The Fountain" and "Happy Feet" (in voice). His stage credits also include Trevor Nunn's staging of Oklahoma! at Britian's National Theatre and award-winning work in productions of Sunset Boulevard and Beauty and the Beast in his homeland.

* Sonia Friedman Productions presents the limited 13-week engagement that will begin previews Oct. 31 towards a Nov. 16 Broadway opening at Circle in the Square. Performances are currently scheduled through Jan. 25, 2015. The play had its premiere in 2012 at the Royal Court Theatre.

Producers also announced that a limited number of $35 day-of seats will be available for every performance of The River. When performances are sold out, $30 standing-room tickets will also be available.

Ian Rickson (Jerusalem), who helmed the London premiere of the play, will again direct.

Tony winner Jackman (The Boy from Oz, A Steady Rain, "Les Misérables") will be joined by original London cast member Laura Donnelly and Cush Jumbo, who was seen in the all-female version of Julius Caesar at St. Ann's Warehouse last fall.

According to producers, "A remote cabin on the cliffs, a man and a woman, and a moonless night. Jez Butterworth’s The River asks when we find each other, are we trying to recapture someone we once lost? The writer director team who brought you Jerusalem returns with a bewitching new story."

The River will have production design by Ultz, with lighting by Charles Balfour, sound by Ian Dickinson for Autograph and music by Stephen Warbeck.

For tickets, visit or phone (800) 447-7400.

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