Hopefully you’ll “Get Yo Man” in time for Valentine’s Day so you can watch Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad in Romeo & Juliet, because the hit play is being adapted for the movies.
This from People.com
Content provider Screenvision and the new company BroadwayHD teamed up to record the recent Orlando Bloom-led production of Romeo and Juliet and broadcast it to movie theaters across the country.
Before it closed in December, high-definition cameras recorded the show on Nov. 27 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre under the direction of Emmy Award-winning Don Roy King. That recording – the first time in over 36 years Romeo and Juliet had been on Broadway – will be available in more than 2,000 movie theaters in all 50 states from Feb. 13-19.
Will you be watching?