Ahead of her return to the Broadway stage, Bette Midler is making headlines due to her social media presence. Midler took to Facebook Sunday night to weigh in on the Oscars, discussing everything from Leo Dicaprio's big win and the diversity issues. That is not all. Midler has also been weighing in Republican Presidential race and the feud between Trump and Rubio.
Bette Midler is set to star in a Broadway revival of "Hello, Dolly!" in 2017 produced by Scott Rudin and directed by Jerry Zaks.
'Hello Dolly' is coming back to Broadway and I think we can all agree that we want to see her never go away again. Bette Midler will be stepping into the shoes of the famous matchmaker originated by the incomparable Carol Channing in the Original Broadway 1964 run. Directed by Tony winner Jerry Zaks, Dolly will return to the Great White Way in the spring of 2017.
The Tony-nominated McKnight has been embodying one of the 20th century's first female mega-stars since 1996.
With a new book by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason ('Designing Women'), the Holland-Dozier-Holland musical will make a new try for Broadway glory next year.
Tony and Grammy Award-winning superstar Bette Midler will return on the Broadway stage for the first time in 30 years to play famous Hollywood 'superagent' Sue Mengers in a play titled 'I'll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers.'