David Bowie's 'Lazarus' musical is coming to cinemas
The 2015 musical debuted a month before the musician's death
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David Bowie’s musical ‘Lazarus’ will be screened in cinemas. The production was written by Bowie and Enda Walsh and is based on Bowie’s film ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’, which came out in 1976. The musical debuted in New York City back in December 2015, just a month before Bowie’s death. ‘Lazarus’ also opened on the West End in 2016. A theatrical cut of ‘Lazarus’ will be screened at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn on May 2. A live band will be there to play songs from the production, which includes Bowie tracks both old and new. For more details head over to Ticketmaster.
‘Lazarus’ has taken many forms since its announcement in 2015. The musical was adapted into a virtual reality experience at the 2017 Performance Festival. The scriptbook, featuring liner notes and lyrics, was released in 2016. New Bowie tracks were also released in 2016, as part of the ‘Lazarus’ official soundtrack.
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