LIVE BASSES FOR THE LIVE BACON LIVE BASCEL THEATRE (AUGUST 11-16, 2019) BASS STARS: Michael Caine, Emma Thompson, John Legend, Miranda Lambert, Anthony Anderson, Andrew Lincoln, Ben Affleck, Leslie Odom Jr., T.J. Miller, Alan Cumming, J.K. Simmons, T.R. Miller and Josh Gad as JOHNNY GRANDMA Theatrical premiere at The New York Public Theater (Oct. 21-24) Theatres nationwide: October 21 and 22, 2019 Theatre in New York City: November 14 and 15, 2019 In Los Angeles: November 21 and 23, 2019 in Universal Studios Hollywood, Calif.
LIVE BOSSES: The live bassists in this performance are: Matthew Bell, Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Taylor Hackman, Josh Brolin, Brandon Lee, David Koechner, Chris Oden, Josh Rosenbach, James Ritter, Andrew Stanton, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Adam Baldwin, and Zachary Levi.
THEATRES IN LOS ANGELES: December 14 and December 15, 2020 in Universal’s Hollywood Studios, Calif., Universal Studios Theater and The Grand Central Terminal.
NEW YORK CITY: December 18 and December 20, 2020 at the Warner Bros. Theatre in New City, N.Y. (All times are Pacific.)
NEW YORK (NBCSN) LIVE BASIC MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT: Theatrically-oriented music and entertainment from the “Hamilton” cast and producers will air on NBCSN.
The “Hamilton Live” production features a production of the musical “Widows Are Dead,” which was written by Aaron Spelling, the musical’s musical director.
The new “Hamilton,” which features lyrics from the show’s title character, premiered on Broadway last season.
The Broadway show is based on the original song and is produced by Hamilton’s choreographer, Alex Karp.
BASS PLAYERS: This performance is produced in association with The National Ballet Theatre, The National Theatre Company, the National Theatre Conservatory, the Royal Ballet Company and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
The National Theater Company is the official opera company of the United States and is responsible for producing the major orchestras of the world.
The New Orleans Symphony is the musical arm of the orchestra, composed by conductor Philip Glass.
MUSIC DIRECTORS: Director, Broadway, Robert Altman, producer, Andy LaBarge, choreographer Aaron Speling.