If you love David Bowie, musical theater and the 1963 classic sci-fi novel The Man Who Fell to Earth, boy, do we have some news for you. According to the New York Theatre Workshop, David Bowie is heading Off-Broadway to work on a musical/play inspired by Walter Tevis' book-turned-cult-film. And it's going to debut this year.
Yes, Bowie will be co-creating the stage production, titled "Lazarus" and based on the story of The Man Who Fell to Earth, along with playwright Enda Walsh and director Ivo van Hove. No, he's probably not reprising his role as a marooned extraterrestrial named Thomas Jerome Newton, a stranger who ve...
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