Emma Stone in talks to make Broadway debut

Emma Stone may finally be headed to Broadway to share the stage with Alan Cumming.

Emma Stone may be headed to Broadway.

The Golden Globe-nominated actress is in talks to take over the part of Sally Bowles in the Roundabout Theater Company's production of “Cabaret,” a spokesperson for the company told TheWrap on Monday. She will succeed Michelle Williams, who recently re-upped to play the part through November 9th.

The show will run on Broadway through January 4th.

That Stone will finish the run of “Cabaret” is fitting, as she was in talks last year to play Bowles when the show first opened. Obviously, those fell through, but she will now get the opportunity to play opposite Alan Cummings, who had previously won a Tony for the part.

Stone has been seen this summer on the big screen, in both "The Amazing Spider-Man" and Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight."


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