Big Bang Theory

November 20, 2011 by staff 

Big Bang Theory, The classic play “Harvey” by Mary Chase is going to become a Broadway production again. The show was on Broadway in 1944 and was revived in 1970. “The Big Band Theory” star Jim Parsons is reported in negotiation to star in the “Harvey” production.

“Harvey” became a classic when James Stewart starred in a 1950 movie version of the show. Various film versions have been made since. It was rumored Hollywood was looking to remake it again however it looks like Broadway will get the next version of “Harvey.”

Jim Parsons is an award winning actor best known for his television role in “The Big Bang Theory.” On that show he won two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award. He also won a Television Critics Award for that show. Parsons has also appeared in film and on off Broadway productions.

The actor could add a successful Broadway run if negotiations go well. Mary Chase won the Pulitzer Award in 1945 for “Harvey” and it has enjoyed runs on Broadway, television and movies. “Harvey” could be mew success on Broadway with the popular Jim Parsons in a starring role.

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