More big rumors surrounding Mrs. Doubtfire – after its announced official debut next Thursday (April 14), the show will also release a Broadway cast recording.
The cast recording
Distribution details and release dates will be affirmed soon. The cast album will be recorded this week in New York.
Mrs. Doubtfire on Broadway – debut details
Everything is set for Mrs. Doubtfire and its long-awaited debut on Broadway. COVID canceled the show several times. The first one was in March 2020, due to the COVID-19 breakout. The show returned on December 5.
The second one, again due to COVID-19, was on January 9, after several cases amongst cast and creative. Creative and management decided to take a longer break and announced the date April 14 as the date for Mrs. Doubtfire’s return.
The Broadway cast of Mrs. Doubtfire features prominent names like Tony nominee Rob McClure as Daniel Hillard, Jenn Gambatese as Miranda Hillard, Peter Bartlett as Mr. Jolly, Charity Angél Dawson as Wanda Sellner, Mark Evans as Stuart Dunmire, J. Harrison Ghee as Andre Mayem, Analise Scarpaci as Lydia Hillard, Jake Ryan Flynn as Christopher Hillard, Avery Sell as Natalie Hillard, and Tony nominee Brad Oscar as Frank Hillard.
New names starring include Titus Landegger and Tyler Wladis sharing the role of Christopher Hillard. Also, Austin Elle Fisher and Ava Gail Prince sharing the role of Natalie Hillard.
The Stephen Sondheim Theatre
The Sondheim has a seating capacity of 1,055 with high interest in the show.
All wheelchair and transfer spaces are in rows H, S, T, and U of the Orchestra, which is mainly step-free. Patrons with limited mobility can access the Mezzanine and other levels of the Stephen Sondheim Theatre using the venue’s elevators.
A wheelchair-accessible unisex restroom is located on the second level of the theater. Other restrooms are on the lower level of the theater, one flight of stairs down from the Orchestra.
There’s a high demand for tickets for Mrs. Doubtfire on Broadway. All vendors provide seats for the show and such competition can definitely be a huge advantage for those, who are looking for tickets.
Broadway.com has plenty of cheap tickets, however, in the case of Mrs. Doubtfire, their tickets are sold-out until mid-June. Their tickets start at $69 which has a service fee of about $24.15. The service fee is progressive – the more expensive the ticket, the higher the fee.
The ticket prices on Seat Geek start at $91. Add to that their service fee and the price will go well over the $100 mark. Still, they have a lot of tickets and can be used as a viable last-minute option.
Mrs. Doubtfire goes on stage every day of the week, besides Monday. There are two shows on Wednesday and Saturday, evening shows on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and a matinee only on Sundays.
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