Amy Schumer simply received an important evaluate of her Broadway profession.
Schumer is about to make her Broadway debut in Steve Martin’s new comedy, Meteor Bathe — which begins previews on Nov. four — and on Saturday, the comic posted a photograph of her dad stopping by rehearsals to check out how she’s doing.
“My dad got here to look at rehearsal yesterday and liked it so the vital critiques are in!” the 36-year-old wrote alongside a candy photograph of the father-daughter duo hugging within the theatre.
Martin’s grownup comedy tells the story of two married who collect to look at a celestial occasion. “Two discover themselves in a marital free-fall matched in velocity and peril solely by the smoldering house rocks tearing via the sky,” reads the manufacturing notes.
@meteorshowerbwy previews start subsequent week. My dad got here to look at rehearsal yesterday and liked it so the vital critiques are in!
On Saturday, the Trainwreck star additionally shared a video of herself joking round with the play’s director Jerry Zaks.
Pretending to be a member of the paparazzi, Schumer asks Zaks if she will be able to get only one query. After initially waving her off and telling her to “go away,” he reluctantly agrees to reply her query.
“What’s it prefer to direct Good day Dolly and Meteor Bathe,” Schumer asks. (The theaters the place each of the Broadway reveals — which are literally each directed by Zaks — are positioned proper subsequent to one another.)
“Oh Amy,” he says whereas laughing. “I’ma love you. I’ma love you.”
Schumer captioned the photograph, “I really like our director Jerry Zaks very a lot. He in all probability wants a lil break from me tho.”
I really like our director Jerry Zaks very a lot. He in all probability wants a lil break from me tho @meteorshowerbwy
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Schumer shall be joined by an all-star solid, together with veteran Broadway star and Tony Award winner Laura Benanti, Star Wars: Rogue One actor Alan Tudyk and comic Keegan-Michael Key — who may also be making his Broadway debut.