Brian d’Arcy James Returns To Hamilton on Broadway

Brian d’Arcy James Returns To Hamilton on Broadway

Brian D'Arcy James

Three-time Tony nominee Brian d’Arcy James originated the role of King George III in Hamilton, down at the Public Theatre in 2015.  James, returns to the role for a limited engagement on Broadway starting April 14. James went on to star in Something Rotten and Hamilton opened on Broadway with Jonathan Groff in the role, followed by Andrew Rannells, Rory O’Malley and Taran Killam.  Killam will play his final performance on April 13.

James was awarded the 2016 SAG Award, Critics Choice Award, Gotham Award and the Independent Spirit’s Robert Altman Award for Best Ensemble for his portrayal of Matt Carroll, one of the four critical members of the Boston Globe’s Spotlight team opposite Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams in the 2016 Best Picture Oscar winning film “Spotlight.” He has received three Tony nominations for his work on Broadway: Nick Bottom in the hit musical Something Rotten, Shrek in Shrek The Musical, and Sidney Falco in Sweet Smell Of Success.  Additional Broadway credits include: the role of Banquo opposite Ethan Hawke in the Lincoln Center production of Macbeth, starring alongside Laura Linney, Christina Ricci and Eric Bogosian in the the straight play Time stands Still and starring in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next To Normal.  Television fans know him most noticeably for his roles on NBC’s “Smash,” Showtime’s “The Big C,” and the award-winning HBO movie Game Change. He also appeared in the 2015 film Sisters with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. He has multiple projects in the works including Netflix’s new TV show, “13 Reasons Why,” and the feature films Felt, Molly’s Game, Song of Back and Neck, 1922 and Trouble.

T2C gives you  Jonathan Groff, Andrew Rannells and Brian d’Arcy James playing the Schulyer Sisters.

Broadway

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

More in Broadway

My View: “How You Gonna Make That Dream Come True” – The Hammerstein Museum

Stephen SorokoffMarch 27, 2017
Matthew Broderick, Brian d’Arcy James, Adam Kantor, Steven Pasquale, Danny Burstein, Ruthie Ann Miles, Laura Osnes, Paulo Szot, Jason Robert Brown

The New York Pops Celebrates Its 34th birthday With Star Studded Gala

Suzanna BowlingMarch 26, 2017
Betty Buckley

Betty Buckley, A Bronx Tale, Kid Victory, Anastasia and Amelie, A New Musical All Get CD Releases

Suzanna BowlingMarch 25, 2017
Mark Ruffallo, Tony Shalhoub

She Says: You Almost Expect Mark Ruffalo to Scream Stella in The Price

Suzanna BowlingMarch 24, 2017
Miss Saigon, Jon Jon Briones

She Says: Miss Saigon Will Not Make America Great Again

Suzanna BowlingMarch 23, 2017

My View: Everything Is Significant In SIGNIFICANT OTHER

Stephen SorokoffMarch 23, 2017
Paula Vogel, Rebecca Taichman

Part Two: Up Close With Paula Vogel and Rebecca Taichman Co-Creators of Indecent

Suzanna BowlingMarch 21, 2017
Come From Away

She Says: Come From Away is Where Humanity is Redeemed

Suzanna BowlingMarch 18, 2017
Mark Rufallo

Mark Ruffallo and Opening Night Of Arthur Miller’s The Price

Magda KatzMarch 17, 2017