Rupert Grint’s “It’s Only a Play” extends Broadway run

For the past few months, Rupert Grint‘s Broadway debut It’s Only a Play has been breaking records and pulling in rave reviews. Since the play’s opening night, Grint’s turn as neurotic director Frank Finger has delighted fans, and now the show’s run has been extended!

It’s Only a Play was originally slated to run only through January 4 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre but will now continue performances there through January 18 before switching to the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, where it will run January 23–March 29.

Grint and most of the other actors in the production will remain a part of the show through the extended run of the play, but his co-star Nathan Lane will be replaced by Martin Short, who will join performances beginning January 7. Tickets for all shows are now available and can be purchased here.

You can read the original article here.

This is certainly exciting news for everyone hoping to make it into New York to see Rupert on stage! Have you seen It’s Only a Play? Would you see it again? Let us know in the comments!

Jessica J.

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