Andrew Lloyd Webber to Transfer His Cinderella to the Broadway

Andrew Lloyd Webber is expressing farewell to his final show on Broadway and inviting another.

The melodic theater symbol declared Monday that his retooled variant of "Cinderella" will land in New York at the Majestic Performance center in February with new tunes.

"Terrible Cinderella" — getting the title from a vital melody in the show as opposed to utilizing London West End's blander name "Cinderella" — will star Linedy Genao in the lead spot.

She had gathering jobs in "Dear Evan Hansen" and "On Your Feet!" Carrie Trust Fletcher played the title character in London.

Lloyd Webber trusts his fantasy has a preferable completion on Broadway over it did in London, where "Cinderella" shut under a year in the wake of opening and experienced weighty misfortunes.

The writer at a public interview outside the theater noticed that the show will formally open — and the surveys will be posted — on Walk 23, a day after his 75th birthday celebration.

Genao then, at that point, utilized a cannister of splash paint to splash "Terrible" over the show's unique logo.