Go behind the scenes with Broadway icon John Cullum — from his 1960 debut in CAMELOT and Tony Award-winning performances in Shenandoah and On The Twentieth Century, to starring roles in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Urinetown and The Scottsboro Boys. John captivates with songs from the Golden Age of the American Musical and never-before-heard stories of working with friends Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Goulet, Julie Andrews, and more. An Accidental Star is a rare opportunity to revisit the making of some of Broadway’s greatest shows, and the funny, moving and fascinating encounters John had along the way. Runtime: 80 minutes
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For ON DEMAND Tickets, streaming April 8-22:
Choose the “April 22” performance date. Once you purchase your ticket, you will receive a link that can be used any time between 8PM on April 8 and 11:59PM on April 22.
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Join us for a Live Watch Party on April 17 at 2PM. Chat with audience members from around the world as we all gather together to watch a live recording of John Cullum: An Accidental Star. Please note that these live events will start promptly at their scheduled time, without the ability to restart if you join late. We encourage you to login 30 minutes prior to the start time and join in the chat.
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