Glory days are ahead if you’ve wanted to see Bruce Springsteen’s intimate one-man Broadway show but couldn’t get tickets because they were sold out.
“Springsteen on Broadway,” which earned the Boss a special Tony Award, was filmed for Netflix before an invited audience Tuesday, Playbill.com reported. It will begin streaming on Dec. 15, the show’s closing night at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
The special was directed Thom Zimny, who previously filmed documentaries for Springsteen albums “Born to Run,” “Darkness on the Edge of Town” and “The River.”
Originally set to to run for 8 weeks last fall, Springsteen’s show featuring stories and acoustic-driven songs opened in October, and was extended to the end of the year.
The Daily News review called it “intimate and persuasive, satisfying and soul-stirring.”
“The purpose of the film is to bring this incredibly intimate show to Bruce’s entire audience intact and complete,” says the star’s manager Jon Landau.
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