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Film & TV News Watch Complete PBS Documentary Reopening: The Broadway Revival, Spotlighting Tina, Wicked, Waitress, More

The documentary about reopening Broadway following the shutdown includes interviews with Adrienne Warren, Aaron Tveit, Chita Rivera, and more.

Adrienne Warren in<i> Tina: The Tina Turner Musical</i>, Lindsay Pearce in <i>Wicked</i>, and Sara Bareilles in <i>Waitress</i>
Adrienne Warren in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Lindsay Pearce in Wicked, and Sara Bareilles in Waitress

Reopening: The Broadway Revival, chronicling the reopening of Broadway following the COVID-19 pandemic, debuted on PBS stations around the country January 18.

The Great Performances broadcast, hosted by Frank DiLella, follows the casts and crews of Wicked, Aladdin, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Jagged Little Pill, The Phantom of the Opera, Waitress, and more as they reunite, rehearse, and ready themselves for reopening night.

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The film features a host of Broadway artists, including Tony winners Adrienne Warren (Tina) and Aaron Tveit (Moulin Rouge!), Sara Bareilles (Waitress), Michael James Scott (Aladdin), Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill), Alexandra Billings (Wicked), Jawan M. Jackson (Ain't Too Proud), Jeanna de Waal (Diana: The Musical), Rachel Tucker (Come From Away), Norm Lewis (Chicken and Biscuits), and Olivier winner Sharon D. Clarke (Caroline, or Change). Also featured: Tony winners Lea Salonga, Kristin Chenoweth, Chita Rivera, Laura Benanti, David Rockwell, and Andrew Lloyd Webber, as well as Tony nominee Andrew Rannells.

“When Broadway reopened this past fall, our cameras were granted unprecedented access to these incredible shows and the wonderful actors who bring them to life eight times a week. This hour will take viewers on a journey even we never saw coming,” said executive producer Stu Weiss, chief creative officer at Studio City/PXL, in an earlier statement.

Broadway performer Cody Williams (On the Town) directed the project, with Weiss, DiLella, and Williams also serving as executive producers; Dudley Beene is co-executive producer. For Great Performances, Bill O’Donnell is series producer, and David Horn is executive producer.

 
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