Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Juliette Binoche Will Star in International Tour of Antigone; Venues to Include BAM
Oscar winner Juliette Binoche (The English Patient) will star in an international tour of a new English language translation of Antigone. Directed by Ivo van Hove and translated by Anne Carson, the show will play venues including London’s Barbican Theatre March 4, 2015 through March 28 and, later in the year, the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. No word yet on the BAM dates. Binoche last appeared on Broadway in the 2000 revival of Betrayal.
Zachary Levi, Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes & More Team Up For Where The Sky Ends
This is some lineup! Broadway favorites including Zachary Levi, Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Justin Guarini, Orfeh, Jacqueline Petroccia, Josh Young, Bryan Terrell Clark and Ben Fankhauser all sing on the album Where The Sky Ends: The Songs of Michael Mott. The record is comprised of original Mott tunes and will be released on June 17.
Broadway Alums Debra Messing & Cristin Milioti Get Their Pilots Picked Up to Series
Debra Messing has landed another Big Apple gig after finishing her recent run in Outside Mullingar. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Emmy winner's previously reported pilot Mysteries of Laura, has been picked up by NBC. Meanwhile, the Peacock network also picked up Once alum and How I Met Your Mother star Cristin Milioti's rom-com pilot, A to Z, to series.
David Hunter and Jill Winternitz Will Star in London's Once
David Hunter and Jill Winternitz will lead the cast as Guy and Girl respectively, in the Olivier-winning Once in the West End from May 12. Directed by John Tiffany, the London production of the Tony-winning tuner opened in April 2013.