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18.03.2023 - 03:21 / justjared.com
Lea Michele is currently bringing the house down every night with her starring role in the Broadway musical Funny Girl, fulfilling a longtime dream of hers to play the iconic role.
The 36-year-old actress is also fulfilling a storyline that happened on Glee when her character Rachel Berry starred in the first-ever Broadway revival of Funny Girl after idolizing Barbra Streisand while growing up, just as Lea herself did.
Some of Lea‘s Glee castmates have already rushed to see her in the musical during the first two months of her run, while some other former co-stars have publicly voiced that they will not be attending the show.
Lea will be starring in the show through September 2023.
Browse through the slideshow to see who attended the show already, and who probably never will…
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“Funny Girl” starring Lea Michele — in the Fanny Brice role made famous by Barbara Streisand — is closing on Sept.
won’t rain on Lea Michele’s parade.Broadway’s “Funny Girl” announced Thursday that the musical will take its final bow later this year — despite seeing a massive boom in ticket sales following the casting of the “Glee” alum.The show revealed the news on Instagram. “Hey, gorgeous! We’re having so much fun with you on Broadway, we’re sticking around until September 3rd,” reads the post.Michele, 36, will continue to star as Fanny Brice — a role made famous by Barbra Streisand in the original 1964 production — through the end of its tenure at the August Wilson Theatre.
Lea Michele has extended her run with Funny Girl on Broadway, but with this news, we also learned that the show will be officially closing later this year.