Look out, the Great White Way, Australian hottie Hugh Jackman is ready to return! That's right, the Tony Award winner will bring a one-man show to Broadway from October 25 until January 1 at the Broadhurst Theater in NYC. Plus, he'll have an 18-piece orchestra and will perform his all-time favorite musical numbers!
According to CBS News, he's already fine-tuned the show in San Francisco and Toronto. His last tryst on Broadway was in 2009 with Daniel Craig in the drama, A Steady Rain. Proving he is quite the malleable thespian, Hugh will appear in the next X-Men movie, Real Steel which opens in theaters nationwide on October 7.
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Hugh made his Broadway debut in The Boy From Oz when he portrayed the singer-songwriter Peter Allen from the '70s. He received the 2004 Tony Award for that role.