Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Son ‘Dangerous’, Composer Misses ‘Bad Cinderella’ Broadway Opening
Andrew Lloyd Webber announces famed composer won’t attend Broadway concert due to son’s illness “bath cinderella” Opening night on Thursday.
Webber released a statement on Sunday, explaining that his son is “severely ill” with cancer and that the musical theater veteran is taking time to be with his son and family.
“I’m really devastated to say my oldest son Nick is seriously ill,” Webber said. doing.”
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Webber continues: We all wish Nick the best of luck. He fights bravely with his indomitable humor, but for now my place is with him and his family. ”
In addition to the musical Bad Cinderella, Weber is also working on Charles III’s coronation anthem.
Webber was also scheduled to attend a “Bad Cinderella” press event in New York City on Wednesday, which would also mark her 75th birthday. The musical’s opening night takes place on Thursday at the Imperial Theater.
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Best known for the music and libretto of “The Phantom of the Opera,” the longest-running production on Broadway. Webber’s other famous shows include ‘Cats’, ‘Evita’, ‘Jesus Christ His Superstar’ and ‘Joseph and Amazing His Technicolor His Dreamcoat’.
The composer is an EGOT winner with a Primetime Emmy Award, 3 Grammy Awards, an Oscar, and 6 Tony Awards.
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