Sometimes, he feels the depth of the casting announcement (or the announcement of a potential choice, as it were) truly. So it’s up to the news (per diverse) who – which Bridgeton‘s Jonathan Bailey Talks to play Fierro in the movie adaptation of the Broadway musical evil. In fact, if Billy wanted to spend the rest of his career playing charming, handsome, and effective romantic heroes, this writer would say: keep coming!
For those unfamiliar with Stephen Schwartz’s musical score, Fierro is the third princely point of the love triangle between G (a)Linda (Ariana Grande) and Elfaba (Cynthia Erivo). While first coming as Carelessness and neglect in pleasing the masses “Dancing Through Life”, his relationship with Elphaba unlocks the hidden depths of his personality. Sounds like any malicious viscount you might know?
It’s not just Billy’s romantic prowess like Anthony Bridgeton that proves he’s the right man for the role. He’s also got an impressive theatrical resume that includes the original London production of American Psychoand Off-West End production of past five years (Directed by composer Jason Robert Brown himself), a West End gender swap revival a company, for which he won a Laurence Olivier Award in 2019. Fangirls can find examples of his vocal ability on Spotify and YouTube; Suffice it to say, he definitely got the chops for Fiyero.
The evil Film directed by in the heightsJohn M. Chu has been split into two films. In a statement, Chu promised that the controversial move will bring “more depth and surprise to the journey of these beloved characters.” It is also assumed that it will mean more commitment for the actors. Billy is already busy with more Bridgeton (Although there is a precedent for the previous season Romance Departure After Happy Ending) as well as the new limited series Other travelers opposite Matt Bomer.
But being a part of evil The adaptation might be Billy’s biggest achievement to date, and once again, he fits right in for the part. We hope to complete the transaction soon.
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