New Brunswick's George Street Playhouse has just announced that Edward Hibbert will join previously announced Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris in the premiere of new musical IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU- directed by David Hyde Pierce. For season ticket information, visit: GSPonline.org.
The show features a book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove and music by Barbara Anselmi, and will run October 4 through November 6.
In 1993 Hibbert won an Obie Award for his co-starring role of "Sterling" in Paul Rudnick's "Jeffrey". Hibbert starred in Broadway's The Drowsy Chaperone and the 2007 premiere of Curtains (which reunited him with his Frasier co-star David Hyde Pierce). His most recent role on Broadway is as 'Mr Praed' in Roundabout Theatre's 2010 production of Mrs. Warren's Profession starring Cherry Jones. He guest-starred on TV shows including Cosby, Murder, She Wrote and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, but is probably best known for his recurring role on Frasier
Founded in 1974, George Street Playhouse is one of New Jersey's preeminent professional theatres committed to the production of new and established plays. With a staff of 50 artists, technicians and administrators, George Street Playhouse develops innovative theatre that encourages the growth of the theatrical art form, while reflecting and addressing the needs of the community.
Through the Mainstage Series and education and outreach initiatives, The Playhouse reaches an ever-growing cross-section of the diverse New Jersey community, and contributes to the development of the American theatre repertory.