Bridges on Broadway: The Bridges Of Madison County (Photos)

One of the nation’s best-selling novels has come to life on Broadway in a brand new stage musical. The Bridges of Madison County, written by Robert James Waller, has come to life on Broadway in a brand new stage musical featuring music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown with a book by Marsha Norman. The story tells the tale of married woman in Iowa in 1960 who finds herself wrapped up with a visiting photographer in the town. Not only do the two of them discover the bridges of Madison County, but they explore their potential relationship outside her pre-existing marriage. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you an exciting first look at The Bridges of Madison County on Broadway!

The Bridges of Madison County Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

The Bridges of Madison CountyGerald Schoenfeld Theatre

The Bridges of Madison County Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

The Bridges of Madison County Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

The Bridges of Madison CountyGerald Schoenfeld Theatre

The Bridges of Madison County Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

Beautiful photos from a production filled with a beautiful story and most likely beautiful music. The Bridges of Madison County is now in previews on Broadway! The production will officially open on February 20th at The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on 45th street. Luner on Theatre will be brining you more information about The Bridges of Madison County leading up until opening night and beyond that! Thank you to Joan Marcus for the photos used in this blog post! For more information, visit The Bridges Of Madison County’s Official Broadway website. Be sure to follow Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more!

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