Horton announced her intention to withdraw from the drama business as an allegation of workplace abuse and intimidation. UK-based Horton and director Dominic Cooke lead the independent stage and screen production company Fictionhouse. The two’s cooperation also included leadership positions in the Royal Court Theatre. The subsequent broadcasts of dramas such as Jerusalem, Clybourne Park, and Constellation in the West End and Broadway. The remaining production team is Barry Diller and David Geffen. With the return of Broadway’s “Kill a Mockingbird”, a similar shift has taken place in this move. In the absence of Rudin, Olin Wolfe joined the team.
Kate Horton and The Music Man on Broadway
Hosted by Jerry Zaks and starring Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman (as Harold Hill) and Sutton Foster (as Marian Paroo) The Meredith Wilson. The musical will be officially released on February 10, 2022. Tickets will be on sale to the public at 10 o’clock on June 22nd in the morning ET. They joined the previously announced four Tony winners of the major companies. Jefferson Mays as Mayor Sinn, Jayne Hodyscher as Mrs. Sinn, Mary Mullen as Mrs. Palou, and Schuler Hen Sley plays Marcellus Washburn.
“The Music Man” is a musical adapted from the story of Willson and Franklin Lacey by Meredith Willson.The plot involves the liar Harold Hill, who pretends to be the organizer and leader of a boy band, sells band instruments and uniforms to naive Midwestern townspeople, and promises to train new band members. However, Harold is not a musician, and he plans to skip the town without taking any music lessons.
Marianne, the librarian and piano teacher, saw him through, but when Harold helped her brother overcome his slurs and social embarrassment, Marianne fell in love with him. In 1957, the show was popular on Broadway, winning five Tony Awards including Best Musical, and participated in 1,375 performances. The actor’s album won the first Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album and stayed on the Billboard charts for 245 weeks. The success of the show led to a revival, including the long-running Broadway revival in 2000, a popular film adaptation in 1962, and a television adaptation in 2003.