It almost feels shameful talking about spring but we are technically in the spring season on Broadway, and that means even more big stars are coming your way. Below we look at where you find big stars and famous faces in Broadway shows.
Glenn Close, John Lithgow & Co., A Delicate Balance
Emma Stone & Sienna Miller, Cabaret
Before February 15, you get Oscar nominee Emma Stone; after Feb 17, you get BAFTA nominee Sienna Miller. No matter what you get Tony winner Alan Cumming.
Jennifer Nettles, Chicago
The name on everybody's lips is Grammy winner Jennifer Nettles beginning Feb. 2
Jake Gyllenhaal & Ruth Wilson, Constellations
Josh Radnor & Gretchen Mol, Disgraced
Matthew Morrison & Kelsey Grammar, Finding Neverland
'Glee' Emmy & Tony nominee Matthew Morrison makes his Broadway return opposite 'Frasier' Emmy winner & Tony nominee Kelsey Grammar and Laura Michele Kelly on March 15.
Larry David, Rosie Perez & Rita Wilson, Fish in the Dark
Tony Danza, Honeymoon in Vegas
Idina Menzel, If/Then
The Whole It’s Only a Play Gang
I spy with my little eye: Matthew Broderick, Martin Short, F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing, Katie Finneran, Maulik Pancholy and Micah Stock.
David Burtka & Tyne Daly, It Shoulda Been You
(You know this photo is just begging to be your new Facebook or Twitter cover photo...)
Derek Hough & Laura Benanti, New York Spring Spectacular
Kristin Chenoweth & Peter Gallagher,On the Twentieth Century
Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, Skylight
Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan returns to Broadway opposite everyone's favorite 'Love Actually' star Bill Nighy on March 13.
Christian Borle, Something Rotten
Tony Award winner and 'Smash' vet Christian Borle will play Willy Shakespeare in the hilarious new musical comedy 'Something Rotten' beginning March 23.
Helen Mirren, The Audience
Bradley Cooper, The Elephant Man
Elisabeth Moss & Jason Biggs, The Heidi Chronicles
You love 'Mad Men', you love 'Orange is the New Black', ergo, you'll love seeing Elisabeth Moss and Jason Biggs together in the first Broadway revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Heidi Chronicles' beginning Feb. 23.
Ken Watanabe & Kelli O’Hara, The King and I
Hugh Jackman, The River
Tony winner Hugh Jackman is back on Broadway and closer to audiences than ever in the intimate new play 'The River.'
Chita Rivera, The Visit
Anna Chlumsky, Richard Thomas & James Earl Jones, You Can’t Take It With You
Vada Sultenfuss, John-Boy Walton and Darth Vader together in one comedy? Sounds too good to be true.