Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick will be reuniting on stage, as they are set to star in a Broadway play together.
The "Sex and The City" star and Broderick announced they will star in the first revival of Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite”.
The New York Times reported it is, “consisting of three one-acts, featuring six different characters, set in Suite 719 at the Plaza Hotel. Two of the acts are about married couples; one is about a movie producer and a married homemaker who was once his sweetheart.”
The revival will include 22 performances at the Colonial Theater in Boston. Parker and Broderick will then take the show to Broadway’s Hudson Theater for a 17-week run.
Parker wrote on social media, “A classic American comedyA legendary playwrightAn actor whom I get to love onstage and off2 actors, 6 rolesNeil Simon's comedy about love, marriage, children and all the absurdity and heartbreak that can happen in room 719Plaza Suite is back on Broadway.Starring Matthew Broderick and his wife.Directed by John Benjamin HickeyI feel I've waited a lifetime.X, SJ17 week limited run at Hudson Theatre beginning March 13th following a pre-Broadway run at Boston's @EmersonColonial For tickets and information please visit PlazaSuiteBroadway.com@PlazaSuiteBway”
The couple’s close friends already praised the project. Andy Cohen wrote, “THIS IS EVERYTHING” and Michelle Pfeiffer commented a bunch of heart emojis.
The last time the two appeared on stage was back in 1996. Parker and Broderick starred in “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”.
Parker and Broderick got married in 1997 and share three kids together.