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 revives the original 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 queuing up to see the show during its October opening at the stunning Stephen Sondheim Theater. But you can catch this emotionally moving and hilarious performance that’s led by Rob McClure. Don’t miss out! Click the Buy Tickets button below to secure your tickets now.
When the idea of a Mrs. Doubtfire musical was first pitched, audiences and critics alike were divided in what to think of the project. Even with the great care and respect given to Robin Williams’ popular film, there was question about whether the play would be suitable for a Broadway stage. This was further discussed when Alan Menken told Digital Spy that the project was on pause due to creative differences. But much like the titular character, this musical was going to do whatever it took, to reach its dreams. That’s why producer Kevin McCollum was excited to announce that the project was back on track with a completely new creative team that included writer and composer Karey Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick joined an elite creative team that included, John O’Farrel on writing duties, Wayne Kirkpatrick assisting on composing the score, and Tony Award-winner Jerry Zaks serving as the productions director. But the show still needed talented actors who could carry the performance and deliver it to a brand new audience. Reviewers agree that the play has succeeded, especially with Rob McClure’s portrayal of Daniel Hillard/Mrs Doubtfire, who manages to capture Robin Williams’ ability to play multiple roles, voice act, and charm the audience with his good-natured demeanour. If you enjoyed the original film, then the producers are confident that you will absolutely love the musical as well.