Hold on to your Xanadu tickets, especially if they are for the shows from now until September 7. The legendary Whoopi Goldberg is joining the cast on Broadway for the roles of Calliope and Aphrodite. She is covering for Jackie Hoffman, who normally plays the role, as she promotes her recent album, Jackie Hoffman Live from Joe’s Pub.For those who know her as an incredible actress and as one of The View co-hosts, it may be surprising to know that Goldberg first got her acting start on stage. Goldberg had her first role in a production at the age of eight, which was part of a children’s program. Her talent led to roles in the choruses of Broadway greats including Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pippin. She was soon working more on her standup routine, however, but that too would lead her back to Broadway. Her one-woman show was on Broadway for 156 performances and catapulted her to stardom. Her star power will definitely make Xanadu tickets hot items while she is with the show.Like so many other Broadway shows, Xanadu’s story of creation is almost as interesting as the plot itself. It started off as a musical movie in… Read full this story
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