Not long ago, Taylor Swift and Alicia Keys both attended a workshop in New York City for a new musical called Finding Neverland , based on the Johnny Depp movie of the same name. Now, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein , who is producing the musical, says that the two stars may be part of a Finding Neverland concept album that will be released before the show hits Broadway.
Speaking to Deadline.com , Weinstein says that Jennifer Hudson , who performed a number from Finding Neverland on Sunday night's Tony Awards, will be part of the concept album, and that Taylor and Alicia are "likely" to be involved. Weinstein has worked with Taylor before: he tapped her to write the song "Sweeter than Fiction" for the movie One Chance , which ended up earning her a Golden Globe nomination.
Neither Taylor, Alicia nor J-Hud are expected to actually appear in Finding Neverland , which will have its premiere at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 23. It's being directed by Diane Paulus , who also directed the current award-winning revival of Pippin.
Finding Neverland is based on the real-life relationship between writer J.M. Barrie , who wrote Peter Pan, and the family who inspired the story.
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