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This blog detailed the day-by-day insider’s account of producing my Broadway revival of Godspell, starting exactly 100 days before the very first performance. (You can read all about the inspiration for the blog by clicking here.)
Last night, our glorious production of Godspell played its final performance at the Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway.
As I tweeted earlier in the day, it wasn’t a closing, it was a celebration.
Thank you to each and every one of you who followed this incredible journey from Day 1 (Or Day 100, however you want to look at it). And I hope the joy that is Godspell stays with you for years to come.
I know it will be in my heart and mind forever.
To hear Director Danny Goldstein’s awesome thank you speech at the end of last night’s performance, click here to be taken to my blog. And while you’re there, sign up to get my newsletter, so you can hear what I’ve got going on in the future, because this will be the last official entry of the Godspell Blog.
I’m going to miss it. And I’m going to miss all of you.
I just left the Circle in the Square Theatre moments ago, where with a very heavy heart I told the cast and crew that Godspell will play its final performance on Sunday, June 24th.
While we certainly had hoped our show would run for years and years, we’re all very proud of the beautiful city we built.
Over the last nine months, our sensational cast has spread the joy of Godspell to over 153,000 people (and blasted them with over 1,000 pounds of confetti). And while this production of Godspell may not be at Circle in the Square past the 24th of June, it will be in our hearts and the hearts of everyone who saw it forever.
There are 15 more chances for you to celebrate the joy of Godspell with our incredible cast. And because you’ve followed this story from the beginning, I’m making some great seats available to you for as low as $50.
Greetings from the Godspell blog . . . which is almost one year old! Boy, time flies when you’re putting smiles on faces eight times a week. :-)
If you follow the “biz,” then you know that somehow Godspell was not nominated for the Tony Award for Best Revival yesterday. Yeah, I know. Color me (and much of the Twitterverse) shocked as well.
It really was a disappointment for me and the cast and crew that a beautiful, intimate experience like Godspell, with its amazingly talented cast, failed to get recognized. If you’ve seen the show, I’m sure you agree.
If you haven’t seen the show, now is a great time to do so. We’ve got Corbin Bleu from “High School Musical,” and it just so happens that I’ve got an incredible deal just for you.
See Godspell in May and for every ticket you buy, I’ll give you one free. Yep, a 50% off savings and no waiting in line at the TKTS booth.
Godspell has always had a tradition of launching the next generation of stars. People like Victor Garber, Jeremy Irons, Martin Short, Jennifer Lopez, and so on all got their start in Godspell.
And God(spell) knows that if you’ve seen our revival, then you know each one of our ten stars has a super bright future ahead of them.
So I thought, what if we could get a glimpse of the next generation of stars?
And that’s why we’re holding auditions for kids ages 6 – 16 for . . . the Godspell Cast of 2032!
On April 24th, we’ll pick 10 kids to portray all the characters in Godspell, and then, over the next week, we’ll rehearse them . . . in preparation for a one night only performance on our Broadway stage right after the curtain call on Tuesday, May 22nd.
It’s going to be awesome.
Click here for more information and spread the word! Hope to see you or your kids at the audition!
And then, wouldn’t it be just awesome if we ran long enough so that one of them could actually be in the show??? :-)
Two Godspell blogs in a week! It’s like the old days! (Can you believe it has almost been one year since the Day By Day blog began?)
More big news from the Godspell camp this week . . . the renowned Commercial Theater Institute selected Godspell as a case study for their intensive 3-Day weekend on producing! It’ll feature panel discussions with me, the marketing teams, the lawyers, and even Stephen Schwartz himself (!).
You can read all about it and get information on how to sign up here.