Lea Michele heads to Funny Girl after breaking the box office record for the August Wilson Theatre
22.12.2022 - 01:51
Lea Michele was all smiles as she walked to Funny Girl after breaking the August Wilson theatre's box office record.The 36-year-old star strutted the streets of New York City on Wednesday while wearing a baby blue bubble jacket, black tights, and black boots.She had her hair down underneath a black beanie and wore a pair of oval sunglasses while she carried a large purse. Shining star: Lea Michele headed to Funny Girl after breaking the box office record for the August Wilson theatreAccording to Just Jared, Funny Girl's gross for the eight-performance week ending on December 18 was $2,005,696.80. Michele took over the role of Fanny Brice from Beanie Feldstein, who received less than fantastic reviews.
The show revived the original musical, which starred Barbra Streisand as the titular character. It opened on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theatre on March 26, 1964, and closed on July 1, 1967.
Soaking it all in: The 36-year-old strutted the streets of NYC on Wednesday in a baby blue bomber bubble coat Blending: The star paired the blue jacket with an all-black ensemble, including black tights, boots, sunglasses, a hat, and a bag Her moment: Michele helped Funny Girl make over two million dollars during a singular eight-show week Funny Girl's revival opened on April 24, 2022 and starred Feldstein as Fanny, Jane Lynch as Mrs. Bryce, and Ramin Karimloo as Nick Arnstein.Michele then took over for Feldstein in September, despite her contract not ending until early 2023.Feldstein left the show in July and stated that the show was going in a different direction.
Julie Benko, the understudy for Fanny Brice, took over the performances until Michele stepped in. Taking over: The Glee alum took over for Beanie Feldstein in September
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