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Preview: Lazarus by David Bowie and Enda Walsh @ Dice, 1/8-1/10/21



To remember David Bowie on his birthday and to mark the fifth anniversary of his untimely death, producers Robert Fox and RZO Entertainment Inc. are exclusively releasing the stream of the London production of Lazarus, captured live on stage.

The streaming will be available for three performances only via Dice.fm on Friday, Jan. 8, Saturday, Jan. 9, and Sunday, Jan. 10.

Lazarus includes songs from Bowie’s iconic catalogue as well as new songs written for the stage including the title song, Lazarus.

Inspired by the book, The Man Who Fell To Earth, by Walter Tevis (“The Queen’s Gambit”) Lazarus focuses on Thomas Newton, as he remains still on Earth – a ‘man’ unable to die, his head soaked in cheap gin and haunted by a past love. We follow Newton during the course of a few days where the arrival of another lost soul – might finally set him free.

Michael C Hall (“Dexter”, “Six Feet Under”) stars as Newton, the character famously portrayed by David Bowie in the 1976 screen adaptation of The Man Who Fell To Earth directed by Nicolas Roeg. Lazarus co-stars Sophia Anne Caruso (“Beetlejuice” on Broadway) and the production is directed by Ivo van Hove (“All About Eve”, “Network” and “A View From The Bridge”).

Watch Sophia Anne Caruso and Michael C Hall perform “Life on Mars” live at the King’s Cross Theatre in London via YouTube:

Lazarus opened at The New York Theatre Workshop in November 2015. The London production opened in November 2016 where it played a sold out run.

This live-streamed event will be available for three performances only in multiple time zones (GMT, AEDT, EST, PST, CST).

Buy your tickets online now!

Lazarus by David Bowie and Enda Walsh
Friday, Jan. 8
Show @ 9pm ET
Saturday, Jan. 9
Show @ 9pm ET
Sunday, Jan. 10
Show @ 4pm ET
All ages

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