Tony Danza, Brynn O'Malley, and Rob McClure star in Jason Robert Brown and Andrew Bergman's Honeymoon in Vegas at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
Tony Danza, Brynn O'Malley, and Rob McClure star in Jason Robert Brown and Andrew Bergman's Honeymoon in Vegas at the Nederlander Theatre.
(photo courtesy of Boneau/Bryan-Brown)

The upcoming Broadway productions of Honeymoon in Vegas and Love Letters will trade their theaters before they begin previews this fall.

Honeymoon in Vegas, starring Tony Danza, Rob McClure, and Brynn O'Malley, has been long-announced to play the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, while A.R. Gurney's Love Letters, with a rotating cast that includes Carol Burnett, Martin Sheen, Alan Alda, and Diana Rigg, had been set for the Nederlander Theatre. Honeymoon will now play the Nederlander beginning November 18, with Love Letters taking up residence at the Brooks Atkinson on September 13. Both shows will begin as scheduled.

Tickets already purchased will be issued for the appropriate theater, and no further action is required by the customer. Both the Nederlander Theatre, on West 41st Street, and the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, on West 47th Street, are owned by the Nederlander Organization.

The Nederlander was expected to be home to the heretofore unannounced revival of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, a vehicle for Tony winner James Corden, in the spring. However, now that Corden is no longer attached to Forum (owing to his offer to take over Craig Ferguson spot on CBS' The Late Late Show), the revival is currently up in the air.

Click here for tickets to Honeymoon in Vegas.

Click here for tickets to Love Letters.