Stephen Sondheim Theatre | New York, New York
In 1993, Robin Williams brought the charm and magic of Mrs. Doubtfire to movie theatres across the world. In November of 2019, Mrs. Doubtfire returned, but this time as a Broadway show. This production relives the classic film’s story and expands on it with an adaption that’s built for the Broadway theatre. Fans from all over Manhattan and beyond are already lining up to see the show during its June opening at the breathtaking Stephen Sondheim Theater. But you can catch this emotionally moving and funny performance that’s led by Rob McClure. Don’t miss out! Click the Buy Tickets button below to get your tickets today.
The team brought together to put on the Mrs. Doubtfire musical had a big job to do. Not only did they have to adjust an iconic 1993 film for a Broadway stage, but they also had to both honor Robin Williams’ role in the film while making something new for audiences to enjoy. Director Jerry Zaks was confident that he could more than fulfil these dual needs. First, he developed the story and worked with Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick to create a show that would capture the imaginations of audiences and deliver on the promise of the breathtaking story. From the minute “Pizza Rolls” plays to the finale, “As long as there is love”, the cast creates a story that is both relatable and absurd while also sincere and charming. Rob McClure’s portrayal of Mrs. Doubtfire/Daniel Hillard leads the cast in delivering their lines with passion and authenticity that you don’t often find in adaptations of Hollywood films. But even with the talent’s skills, they couldn’t possibly create a more fulfilling experience without the expert writing from Karey Patrick and John O’Farrell. Every line, whether borrowed or modified from the original film, tells us more about these characters than many audiences would have gained by rewatching the movie. When the play reopens at the world famous Stephen Sondheim Theater, you can trust that your time will be well spent with Mrs. Doubtfire – The Musical.