Hugh Jackman will take a stab at one-man-show in Detroit next summer

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Get you an X-Man who can do both.

It was announced today that longtime Marvel mutant and Broadway star Hugh Jackman would revive his one-man-show for his first-ever world tour.



"The Man. The Music. The Show." will visit 22 North American cities including a stop in Detroit on June 24 at Little Caesars Arena. The show will see the Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning "Jackman of all trades" joined by a live orchestra and diving into songs from both stage and film including Les Misérables and The Greatest Showman, a 2017 music film in which the actor stars as circus proprietor P.T. Barnum.

Tickets for "The Man. The Music. The Show." go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. via HughJackmanTheShow.com





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