A sneak peek. “Back To The Future – The Musical” is in full-blown rehearsal mode.

Rehersal. Back to the Future, the Musical. NYC
Rehersal. Back to the Future, the Musical. NYC

The Broadway cast of Back to the Future, the Musical is in rehearsal ahead of the show’s first preview on Friday, June 30. (Jacob and I are excited—we’ve invested in the production.) Rehearsals began in earnest on May 22 in preparation for the show’s formal opening night, August 3, 2023.

Over the last couple of days, John Rando, director, and Chris Bailey, choreographer, have been working with the cast to stage the Act 1 closing number, “Something About That Boy.”

On the first day of rehearsal, the cast, creatives, production team, and producers assembled for a get-to-know-each-other session at the rehearsal studio—followed by a presentation of the show design by Tim Hatley and John Rando—and, finally, a press reception and photo sessions.

Here’s a look at the action.

Here are a couple of my previous notes on the show:

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