Tokyo, Japan – WOWOW, Japan’s leading premium pay TV broadcaster, announced that Matthew Morrison, Kelli O’Hara and well-known Japanese actor Yoshio Inoue have signed on as headline performers for WOWOW’s highly anticipated “Tony Awards Concert In Tokyo,” which will take place in March next year.
Morrison, who most recently starred as “J.M Barrie” in the Harvey Weinstein musical Finding Neverland, and was nominated for a Tony Award for his role in The Light in the Piazza, and O’Hara, the 2015 Tony-Award winner for The King and I, will bring cherished Broadway hits to life and recreate the magic for the Japanese audience. WOWOW will broadcast the concert from the Tokyo International Forum, which seats over 5,000 people.
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