Nora Ephron’s ‘Lucky Guy’ Begins Casting, Opening on Broadway in 2013

When Academy Award-nominated writer, director, and producer Nora Ephron died earlier this summer, she left behind “Lucky Guy,” her new play about New York newspaperman Mike McAlary that had been intended for Broadway. The play’s producers quickly announced that they were committed to finishing her final work, though, and according to a new Equity casting notice, they’ve kept their word: The show will open on Broadway for a limited engagement next spring, with auditions scheduled for early October.

“We are honored to be part of her legacy and remain committed to seeing her magnificent work ‘Lucky Guy’ shine on Broadway,” producer Colin Callender said of Ephron in a statement in June. He added that the producing team, which also includes Roy Furman and Arielle Tepper Madover, “can think of no more fitting tribute to her extraordinary writing and remarkable body of work” than to stage the show as planned.

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