actress announce Sunday in a post on Instagram that she will be leaving the show on July 31. Last month , Producers said She and her co-star Jane Lynch They will be leaving their roles on September 25 instead of the end of the year, which was originally expected.
Feldstein said in her post that the decision came after the producers “decided to take the show in a different direction,” but she did not provide further details.
“Playing Fanny Price on Broadway has been a lifelong dream, and doing so in the past few months has been a great pleasure and a true honor,” she wrote. “Once the production decided to take the show in a different direction, I made the very difficult decision to walk away sooner than expected.”
She went on to praise her fellow actors and crew and thank those who came to watch her performance.
She wrote: “I will never forget this experience, and from the bottom of my heart I want to thank everyone who came to August Wilson for the love and support you have shown me, the team and our amazing crew.” “People I’ve been so happy to bring to funny girlLife with every night, both on and off stage, they are all remarkably talented and exceptional human beings and I hope you will continue to join them on Henry Street after my departure on July 31.”
The official account of the program on Twitter chirp Sunday’s “Exciting Actors Announcements” will be revealed at 1 p.m. ET on Monday. Understudy Ephie Aardema made her her for the first time At the turn on Sunday, according to a tweet, the official account retweeted it.
The revival debuted in April to mixed reviews, with many arguing that it failed to fill the big boot left by Barbra Streisand, who originated the role on Broadway in 1964, earned a Tony nomination, and later won an Academy Award for her performance in 1968. Film Adaptation.
Feldstein “has a beautiful, light lyrical voice in a part that often evokes the power of the big belt,” The Hollywood Reporter David Rooney He wrote in his reviewnoting that “Streisand’s legacy is a lot to live up to, for any artist”.
Feldstein last month missed several shows after positive test for COVID-19.
in their own statement Last month, producers indicated that Gimes and Karimloo would continue to work.
“Beanie is back tomorrow!” The program’s official account was posted on Twitter on June 15. 14 weeks left to see Beanie Feldstein & Jane Lynch until September 25th. Stay tuned for more casting news to join Ramin Carmelo, Jared Grimes & Company funny girl. “
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