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Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Oprah's Broadway Debut Will Have To Wait

The television mogul has opted to turn rumored on the Great White Way.

Oprah Winfrey has removed itself from the possibility of Broadway revival of Night of Marsha Norman, mother.

For over a year, rumors have been circulating that Oprah Winfrey was in talks to make her Broadway debut in a revival of the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Marsha Norman's' night, Mother. Reportedly, he planned six times starring opposite Tony winner Audra McDonald award as a mother struggling to keep her daughter suicide.

However, according to the Hollywood Reporter, Winfrey has chosen the stage project. "I just do not want it to be in the area of suicide every night for six months," he said. "I'd like something with a happy ending." This news comes amid his announcement that his Harpo Studios based in Chicago 26 years old, will close its doors, the transition from the productions of the company to the headquarters in Los Angeles.

Still, Broadway still seems to be on the horizon Winfrey, who spoke of plans to head to New York in the next few weeks to take a closer look at two possible moves look.

The media mogul, who recently enjoyed film roles in the Oscar nominated film, Selma and Lee Daniels' The Butler, plans to take a recurring role on Queen Sugar, a new drama series for OWN, written by Selma Ava DuVernay. She also taken by Richard Pryor's grandmother, Marie Carter, in the upcoming biopic Daniels, Pryor. With a little luck, a Broadway career path will open in your busy schedule.