Once Upon A Time, A Musical Based On Britney Spears, Is Going To End On Broadway:
The show “Once Upon a Time,” which was based on fairy tales and used Britney Spears’ music, is ending on Broadway.
The show, which started in June, will end on September 3 at the Marquis Theatre. “Once Upon a Time” is expected to have had 123 shows by the time it ends the Great White Way.
The Broadway show “Once Upon a Time,” which was inspired by Britney Spears’ songs, is about to end its run.
The Last Performance Of The Show Is Set For September 3 At The Marquis Theatre:
The show started in June and will end on September 3 at the Marquis Theatre, where it has been running since then. By the end, there would have been 123 performances.
The last show of Once Upon a Time will take place on September 3. On May 13, the previews for the show began, and on June 22, it opened for real at the Marquis Theatre. By the time the show ends, it will have had 42 openings and 81 full shows.
Hip-hop dancers Keone as well as Mari Madrid directed “Once Upon a Time,” a dream that flips the script upon classic fairytale characters through the assistance of many Britney Spears songs, such as “Oops, I Did It Again,” “Lucky,” “Circus,” and “Toxic.”
The Story Starts When Cinderella, Snow White, As Well As The Little Mermaid:
The story picks up when Cinderella, Snow White, as well as the Little Mermaid read “The Feminine Mystique” by Betty Friedan. This book gives them a feminist awakening and makes them think again about the idea of “happily ever after.”
In a joint statement, producers James L. Nederlander as well as Hunter Arnold said, “We could not be more proud of this beautiful, joyful, and exciting show, that is not just a love letter to Britney’s iconic artistry and unique effervescence but additionally a brilliant display of the limitless talent of our cast as well as creative team.”
“We want to thank this dream team of partners, actors, designers, staff, crew, as well as funders from the bottom of our hearts for continuing to share our excitement and love for this project. As plans for the show’s future around the world come together, we can’t wait to share additional information with you soon!”
Shakespeare Theatre Company Was The First To Create And Put On “Once Upon A Time”:
Briga Heelan from “Great News,” Justin Guarini from “American Idol,” and Adam Godley from “The Lehman Trilogy” are the stars of the show.
Jennifer Simard, Brooke Dillman, Aisha Jackson, Ryann Redmond, as well as Tess Soltau are also in the group.
“Once Upon a Time” was created and put on for the first time through the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., where it got mixed reviews.
Peter Marks of the Washington Post said that it was a “frustratingly rushed sensation.” “While it lacks finesse,” he stated, “the show’s potential is brought out by lead performer Briga Heelan.”
“Once Upon A Time” Often Had 50% Of Its Seats Full:
Since “Once Upon a Time” moved to Broadway this summer, where it was often 50% full, the show’s box office numbers have been going down.
Producers say that plans are being made for a nationwide tour and various foreign shows, which will be revealed at a later point.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company within Washington, D.C., was the first to create and put on the show. The reviews were all over the place.
Plans Are Currently Being Made For Once Upon A Time To Go On A National Tour As Well As Be Performed In Several Countries:
Even though fewer people went to see the show when it moved to Broadway this summer, the usual capacity stayed at 50%.
The makers are making plans for a national tour as well as versions for other countries. More information will be given later.
But at least there’s nevertheless promise on one of those fronts preparations are being made for a national tour as well as multiple foreign shows of Once Upon a Time, which will be released at a later date.