Hugh Jackman Believes in Expecting the Unexpected From Live Stage
As we all know that the heartthrob of millions, Hugh Jackman is working very hard for his live concert show titled “Broadway To Oz” which will start from November 24 and will end covering Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth on Dec. 15. So, with each passing day the actor is revealing what he is hoping from his upcoming tour.
The “Les Miserables” actor revealed his thoughts related to the live stage, he said that live stage is something where anything can happen and something which is there today will not be seen tomorrow. According to Jackman, one must expect the unexpected while watching a live show. The Wolverine in Melbourne said, “For me the essence of live theatre is I want an audience to walk out and say `I was there the night when, and that thing never happened again, It makes live experience special. That’s what makes it special for me,” as revealed by AAP.
“It’s a show I’ve been working on for a long time with a goal of always coming here to Australia, It feels like, for me, a long time coming and I couldn’t be happier or more grateful,” the actor further added.
The show, which is produced by Robert Fox for The Dainty Group, will showcase the work of Jackman in the form of mix medleys, starting with his career’s first break and covering all of his works till date. It will also serve as a tribute to the classic musicals. A team of 150 dancers and musicians will be seen accompanying the X-Men star.
The actor is extremely busy these days as he is also promoting his movie “Pan” in which he played the character of Blackbeard, the ruthless pirate. The movie is an adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic work Peter Pan. On Sept. 3, he was seen posing with the child actor Levi Miller at a promotional event of the film.
“Pan” will release on September 24 in Australia. Well, Let us wish the great actor all the very best for his all the upcoming works.
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