Tony Nominee Patrick Wilson Says He Will Perform in Broadway Musical in Spring

By Carey Purcell
September 16, 2013

Stage and screen star Patrick Wilson will return to Broadway in spring 2014, according to Examiner.com.



About his return to The Great White Way, the two-time Tony nominee told Examiner.com, "I actually am going to do something in the spring for a very short while — I won't go into it but I literally agreed to it about an hour ago. But yeah, I'm going to sing again in the spring, at least for a little bit. I'm trying to find something. This is the longest I've ever gone without doing a musical. It's been like 11 years."

Wilson described his earlier career, saying, "The first [half] of my career, like the first 10 years or so, that's all I did, save like two plays. I mean it was like musical, musical, musical. It's really all I did; that's just who I was. So to put it behind you — I always felt I'd never say that but it's been 11 years — that sort of makes me sad."

Wilson's stage credits include The Full Monty, Oklahoma!, Barefoot in the Park and All My Sons. His film work includes "Insidious: Chapter 2," "Watchmen," "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Angels in America," and his TV work includes "A Gifted Man" and "Girls."