Honeymoon in Vegas is the latest film to leap off the silver screen and onto the Broadway stage. Coming off his Tony-nominated role as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin: The Musical, Rob McClure brings his comedic brilliance to the leading role, originally played by Nicholas Cage in the 1992 film. The show also stars Brynn O'Malley and Tony Danza. It's campy. It's charming. At times it's even downright absurd. Yet there is no denying it's fun. When McClure heard that composer Jason Robert Brown, someone he has admired for quite some time, had written a comedy, he knew he just had to get his hands on the script.
"The second I got the script, I couldn't remember the last time I had read one by myself in my living room and just laughed out loud," McClure said. "Then I heard the opening number, and the lyrics were so funny. I think it's surprising for a lot of people that the guy who wrote Parade and The Last ...
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