Rupert Grint wins multiple Audience Choice Awards for his role in “It’s Only a Play”! Find out which awards he’ll be taking home here!
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Tune in to “Celebrity Taste Makers” this weekend to catch Rupert Grint appearing on the show! Read on for details.
“It’s Only a Play”, the Broadway hit starring Rupert Grint, continues to break box office records.
We reported earlier this month that Rupert Grint’s debut Broadway show, “It’s Only a Play”, would be extending its run through the end of March. While it was initially reported that only Nathan Lane would be leaving the production after its extension, it has now been announced that Rupert Grint and co-star Megan Mullally will be exiting the show as well.
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!
In a new interview with the “Guardian”, Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) answered some questions about living in New York and his first experiences on Broadway. Rupert is currently starring in “It’s Only a Play”, which was recently announced to have broken box office records.
The nominations for the New Now Next Awards have been announced, and the list contains several former “Potter” stars and projects that “Potter” stars are associated with. The awards take place annually.
“It’s Only a Play”, featuring our very own Rupert Grint, officially opened on Broadway on October 9. Now, it has been revealed that the play has already broken box office records.
Rupert Grint’s (Ron Weasley) first Broadway run in “It’s Only a Play” officially opened to the public this week. After the show, Rupert reflected on the first performance in a new interview with the “London Evening Standard”.