Have we dreamed of saying Jane Krakowski in her Tony-nominated spin in She Loves Me?
The former 30 Rock star showed off vital dancing chops alongside Zachary Levi and Laura Benanti in a musical’s 2016 revival, and we can get a glance of her chemistry with costar Gavin Creel in a array “Ilona,” where a dual govern a ethereal dance of courtship, including some majorly considerable splits.
And if you’re failing for some-more than only this clip, you’re in fitness — PBS is bringing a entirety of a Roundabout Theatre Company prolongation of She Loves Me and several other Broadway hits to a Friday night lineup via a tumble as partial of a “Broadway’s Best” programming series.
Krakowski as Ilona integrity is adult initial with a Great Performances broadcast of She Loves Me on Friday, Oct. 20 during 9 p.m. ET. She Loves Me is a low-pitched chronicle of The Shop Around a Corner (which in spin was remade as You’ve Got Mail), and it tells a story of dual feuding store office who are also tip regretful penpals operative in 1930s Budapest.
For a 5 weeks following She Loves Me, PBS will atmosphere Broadway-related programming each Friday night. Other recordings of live performances embody the Live from Lincoln Center presentation of a Christian Borle, Andrew Rannells, and Stephanie J. Block-led Falsettos (Oct. 27); Kevin Kline’s Tony-winning spin in Noel Coward’s Present Laughter (Nov. 3), Indecent, this year’s Tony Award leader for best play (Nov. 17); and a Roundabout Theater Company theatre prolongation of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn (Nov. 24).
An encore display of In a Heights: Chasing Broadway Dreams, a documentary chronicling Lin-Manuel Miranda’s initial large Broadway hit, is also partial of a lineup, airing Nov. 10. An encore display of a documentary Hamilton’s America, about that Broadway smash, is also slated to atmosphere in December.
Catch Krakowski and Creel behaving “Ilona” in a shave above. More information on a lineup can be found during PBS’ website.