As If She Never Said Goodbye, Glenn Close and Lonny Price Bring Sunset Boulevard to Broadway

Close returns to the role that won her a Tony Award in a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's acclaimed musical.

In 1994, Glenn Close set Broadway on fire with her turn as Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard. In 2016, she did the same in London's West End when she starred in a revival of the acclaimed musical directed by Lonny Price. Now, she's prepared to become the toast of the Great White Way again, bringing the show to the Palace Theatre beginning February 2. With her U.K. castmates — Michael Xavier, Siobhan Dillon, and Fred Johanson — Close says hello once again to a role for which she could never say goodbye, one that has come to define her stage career.

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