‘My Window’ Heads to Broadway in Limited Nine-Week Residency – Deadline

Melissa Etheridge is going to Broadway with her theatrical show Melissa Etheridge: My Window, A limited nine-week residency begins on Thursday, September 14, with an official opening on Thursday, September 28 at the Circle in the Square Theatre.

“I truly love Broadway, and it has long been a dream of mine to be able to tell my story and share my music there. Last year, the Grammy and Academy Award winner opened her own Off-Broadway productions,” the Grammy and Academy Award winner said in a statement. I never felt more connected to this community and New York audience after telling a life story.”

“The intimacy of a live theatrical stage is like no other, and Circle in the Square is going to be a magical home for the Broadway debut of my show. I can’t wait to be back in town! Re-telling these stories in new and exciting ways and reconnecting with our fans and theater-goers is a deeply personal experience.

Etheridge has been entertaining for over two decades and Melissa Etheridge: My Window Provides an inside look at her life. Theater-goers experience an evening of storytelling and music interspersed with stories from her childhood in Kansas and highlights from her career.

“I’m the Only One,” “Come to My Window” and “I Want to Come Over” are just some of the hits performed throughout the night. Etheridge followed up the show with an Off Broadway production in October 2022, which ran for three weeks and sold out.

The Broadway Residency is produced by Michael Kohl and EMC Presents; In collaboration with Larry Mestel, Deborah Klein and Steven Greiner for Primary Wave Music. Glenn Osher serves as executive producer.

Melissa Etheridge: My Window Written by Melissa Etheridge with additional content by Linda Wallem-Etheridge (nurse jackie showrunner, that 70s show), and directed by Amy Tinkham (Aerosmiths deuces are wild Las Vegas Residency, dancing with the stars live, The creative team includes Emmy Award nominee Bruce Rodgers (Super Bowl Halftime Show from 2010), lighting design by Abigail Rosen Holmes (Phish, David Byrne’s “Contemporary Colors”), scenic design by Olivia Sebesky (James Taylor, Chad Deity) is included. , and sound design by Cole Bustin (west side story,