BroadwayWorld has confirmed Twitter reports that the Chicago cast of MILION DOLLAR QUARTET will make an appearance on OWN's 'The Rosie Show' on December 6, and Broadway's GODSPELL will stop by to perform on December 8. 'The Rosie Show' premiered on Oct. 10 on OWN and airs weekdays at 7 p.m. Visit http://www.oprah.com/rosie/rosie.html for additional information.
GODSPELL features scenic design by David Korins (Passing Strange, Bridge and Tunnel), costume design by Miranda Hoffman (Well), lighting design by Ben Stanton (Angels in America) and orchestrations by Michael Holland (Hurricane).
Conceived and originally directed by John-Michael Tebelakwith music and new lyrics by Academy and Grammy Award winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin), GODSPELL's Tony-nominated score features instantly recognizable hits including "Day by Day," "Turn Back, O Man," "Learn Your Lessons Well, "Prepare Ye the Way," "Light of the World" and many more.
For tickets and more information, visit www.godspell.com.
Directed by Floyd Mutrux and Eric Schaeffer, with a book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, Million Dollar Quartet is produced by John Cossette Productions and Dee Gee Theatricals. The Chicago production of Million Dollar Quartet stars as Gabe Bowling as Carl Perkins; Sean Sullivan as Johnny Cash; Lance Lipinsky as Jerry Lee Lewis; and Shaun Whitley as Elvis Presley. Kelly Lamont plays Elvis' girlfriend Dyanne and Tim Decker plays the "father of rock and roll" Sam Phillips. Billy Shaffer (drums) plays the role of Fluke and Chuck Zayas (bass) plays Jay Perkins.
Tickets to Million Dollar Quartet are now on sale through December 31, 2012, through the Apollo Theater box office, 2540 N. Lincoln Ave, (773) 935-6100. Tickets are available online through Ticketmaster, www.ticketmaster.com. Tickets are $25-$77.50. (Standard ticketing fees apply.) Rush student tickets for select performances (Wed-Fri and Sun evenings only) are available 2 hours prior to curtain at the box office with valid Student ID. Student rush tickets are subject to availability.