Finally, here they are! After some researches, I finally found a few pictures of Rose and her co-stars on the stage for ‘You Can’t Take It With You’. You can find them on the gallery! I hope to get more, stay tuned! Also, the show is doing great, see the details below from Broadway.Com
The new Broadway season is in full swing! James Earl Jones, Rose Byrne and the starry cast of You Can’t Take It With You played their third full week of preview performances last week, bringing in its highest gross so far ($542,918).
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It looks like another promo is going on right now since two new ‘Annie’ posters have been released! Check it out!
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So you want to be on Broadway?
Daniel Craig and Daniel Radcliffe recently answered yes. Coming from a very different world, so did Cyndi Lauper and Billie Joe Armstrong. This season another crop of newcomers will test the autograph-seeking battlefields. Many come with stage experience. But that may not fully prepare them to navigate the two-show day, the cellphone interrupters, the best shortcut through Times Square.
Here’s a look at seven newcomers who will be part of the season (we’re including Sting-as-composer, though Sting-as-actor had a short visit a few decades back). Several of them were even game enough to ask Broadway veterans for a little guidance.
Claim to fame: Five seasons of legal warfare with Glenn Close in “Damages” on FX; genius of wedding one-upmanship in “Bridesmaids.”
Stage experience: “La Dispute” and “Three Sisters” with Sydney Theater Company.
Broadway debut: As Alice, the least eccentric member of the Sycamore family in “You Can’t Take It With You,” now in previews at the Longacre Theater.
Wants to know: “Where can I get a good martini?”
Answered by Ms. Close, starring in “A Delicate Balance,” which begins performances Oct. 20 at the Golden Theater: “My darling Rose, what a provocative question! You know I only drink milk.”
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2014 > Session 007 – New York Times by Tony Cenicola
Forget ‘Brother’s Keeper’, the upcoming project now has a new name : ‘Adult Beginners’. Right now, it’s in post-production and the director, Ross Katz is working hard as he tweeted a few days ago with a first look including Rose Byrne! Have a look (and follow us on Twitter too)!
Rose Byrne in my movie! Recording the music today! pic.twitter.com/MjEF2UuTk5
— Ross Katz (@rossakatz) 2 Juillet 2014
Huge news dear fans, Rose is set up to make her Broadway debut!
Neighbors star Rose Byrne will make her Broadway debut this fall opposite James Earl Jones in the upcoming revival of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play You Can’t Take It With You.
Byrne will play Alice Sycamore, the youngest daughter of an eccentric family who brings home her fiancé for their parents to meet. In addition to the previously announced Jones and Tony nominee Kristine Nielsen, the play will also star Tony nominee Annaleigh Ashford (Kinky Boots), Mark Linn-Baker (Perfect Strangers), Crystal A. Dickinson (Clybourne Park), Julie Halston (Anything Goes), Marc Damon Johnson (Lucky Guy), Patrick Kerr (Stage Kiss), and Tony nominee Reg Rogers (Holiday).
Directed by Scott Ellis, the production will begin previews August 26, 2014, at the Longacre Theatre before its official opening on September 28.