Hamilton star Jonathan Groff and the writer and star of Off-Broadway’s Ernest Shackleton Loves Me will be special guests for the May 22 edition of the live Broadway talk show Stage Fright at the Therapy lounge in New York.
Groff, who originated the role of King George III in Hamilton on Broadway, also starred in Spring Awakening and TV's Glee and Looking.
Joe DiPietro is a two-time Tony winner for Memphis, and also wrote the long-running I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and the libretto for Nice Work if You Can Get It. His new show, Ernest Shackleton Loves Me, is running Off-Broadway at Second Stage’s Tony Kiser Theatre, co-starring Wade McCollum, who will also appear on the May 22 Stage Fright.
Stage Fright is hosted by drag personality Marti Gould Cummings with musical direction by Bradford Proctor. Guests are interviewed, do a performance, then play a game with the audience.
Stage Fright is performed every Monday at 10 PM at Therapy, located on 52nd Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues. Tickets can be ordered by clicking here.