F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane

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It’s an all star cast headed for Broadway in “It’s Only A Play” by 4 time Tony winner Terrence McNally!

 

 

Producers Tom Kirdahy, Roy Furman, and Ken Davenport announced today that Rupert Grint, internationally known for his star-making, decade-long portrayal of Ron Weasley in the blockbuster 8-part Harry Potter film franchise, will make his Broadway debut as acclaimed young director Frank Finger in the star-studded Broadway production Terrence McNally’s uproarious comedy, It’s Only A Play.

get-attachment.aspxIn a brief statement, Rupert Grint said, “I’m thrilled to be making my Broadway debut alongside this amazing cast and creative team.”

The star studded cast includes Academy Award® winner F. Murray Abraham, Tony Award® winner Matthew Broderick, Tony Award® winner Stockard Channing, Tony Award® winner Nathan Lane, Emmy Award® winner Megan Mullally, and newcomer Micah Stock, will also star in It’s Only a Play featuring direction by Tony Award® winner Jack O’Brien. It’s Only a Play will play a limited 17-week engagement at Broadway’s Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street) beginning fall 2014, with an opening night set for Thursday, October 9.

Tickets are available by visiting Telecharge.com. For groups of 20 or more, call 855-329-2932. Tickets will be available at the Schoenfeld Box Office (236 West 45th Street) starting July 31. For more information, visit www.ItsOnlyAPlay.com.

In It’s Only a Play, it’s opening night of Peter Austin’s (Matthew Broderick) new play as he anxiously awaits to see if his show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big First Night with his best friend, a television star (Nathan Lane), his fledgling producer (Megan Mullally), his erratic leading lady (Stockard Channing), his wunderkind director (Rupert Grint), an infamous drama critic (F. Murray Abraham), and a fresh-off-the-bus coat check attendant (Micah Stock) on his first night in Manhattan. It’s alternately raucous, ridiculous and tender — and proves that sometimes the biggest laughs happen offstage.

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