New York City’s first Broadway production of ‘Gilbert and Sullivan’ is getting a major makeover.
The musical, which was a smash hit in the 1970s and 1980s, is getting its own version of the famous stage directions that are now standard on Broadway, and will be played on July 15 at the National Theatre in Washington.
The Broadway production is a remake of ‘The Nutcracker,’ a 1980s classic that starred the late Gilbert and Sullivan star, Benjy Balaban.
The play has already been filmed and is expected to be filmed in April.
Broadway producers have already started filming the production.
The new directions will feature more of the familiar stage directions, which are now seen at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
In the new version, Gilbert and company are trying to stop the world from ending.
There are several versions of the show that were filmed, and all have been shown on Broadway.
It is the first Broadway musical that is being filmed at a new location, and the first to be shown on the new stage.
The Royal Shakespeare company will use the new direction and play to help inform audiences on how to react to the events of the future.
They will also use the play to give audiences more details on the characters and events of this new play.
Gilbert & Sullivan will open in the National Theater on July 16.
The production is part of the Broadway musical revival season, which includes ‘Passion’ and ‘Ticket to Ride.’