Odds & Ends: You Can Trust Jeremy Jordan & More

first_img Clever Little Lies View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend. You Can Trust Jeremy JordanAs we all know by now (if not, where have you been?!) Broadway fave Jeremy Jordan has landed a starring role in the upcoming TV series Supergirl, alongside Tony winner Laura Benanti. While we await the season premiere for the buzzy show on October 26, CBS has released another trailer to whet our appetites. Check out below as the show’s headliner Melissa Benoist asks Jordan’s Winslow “Winn” Schott if she can trust him. Uhm…we would. But then we’re still thinking of him more as troubled Smash hero Jimmy Collins not as someone who could turn into a supervillain such as Toyman. We didn’t spoil anything there, right? Related Showscenter_img Cast & Creative Team Set for Clever Little LiesBroadway alum George Merrick (Honeymoon in Vegas) will play Bill Jr. and complete the cast of Joe DiPietro’s new comedy Clever Little Lies. Directed by David Saint, the previously reported off-Broadway production will begin previews on September 18 for a limited 16-week engagement. Opening night, originally announced for October 14, has been moved to October 12 at the Westside Theatre (Upstairs). Scenic design will be by Yoshi Tanokura, with costume design by Esther Arroyo, lighting design by Christopher J. Bailey and sound design and composition by Scott Killian.Alan Cumming Goes on Tour!After debuting his solo show at the Café Carlyle earlier this year, Alan Cumming is taking the act, Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, on the road! The Tony winner will be visiting Indianapolis, Atlantic City, Tampa, Minneapolis and more—check out the full schedule here.Watch Uzo Aduba & Taylor Swift DuetBroadway alum and Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba was the latest big name invited on stage by Taylor Swift during her tour and the resulting duet didn’t disappoint. Check out the video below of the pair singing a mind-blowingly-awesome rendition of Swift’s 2009 break-up song “White Horse.” Aduba will soon be taking on the role of Glinda on NBC’s The Wiz Live! telecast and we’re crossing all fingers and toes her next stop will be the Great White Way… Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 24, 2016last_img

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