Gwyneth Paltrow’s long-gestating Pass-Pass’s musical — “Head Over Heels” — got a beat in the direction of Broadway on Sunday with a celebration for the show at her Hamptons home.
We listen visitors on the East Hampton bash incorporated her mom Blythe Danner, youngsters Apple and Moses, Tony-profitable director Michael Mayer and the Pass-Move’s guitarist Charlotte Caffey.
“It was once a friends and circle of relatives factor,” explained Donovan Leitch — Paltrow’s pal and ex-boyfriend, who’s producing the display with Paltrow, Rick Ferrari and Christine Russell — when reached for comment. “It used to be billed as a tea party, but it surely was rosé all day,” Leitch joked.
Musical arranger Tom Kitt and Caffey led a round of classic Go-Move’s tunes at the reception for the show, which we hear is eyeing the 2018-2019 Broadway season. An “buyers one-sheet” has started making the rounds to woo backers and starts with: “This mission is a dream come actual for me. i am hoping you will join us in this very exciting adventure. — Gwyneth.”
A version of the pitch observed by means of Web Page Six additionally included a particularly Paltrowian-sounding “Project Remark” reading: “As Manufacturers, answerable for selling content related to the universal Human Enjoy, we feel a duty to stand at the proper aspect of Historical Past, to promote development toward inclusion, and to defend the basic rights of all people. We are searching for to empower you to apply your heart, and to realize that the beat of your own center is echoed by means of a universal beat that makes us all one.” Lovely deep for “We Were Given the Beat.”
Leitch instructed us the verbiage has been dropped from the pitch. “Glance what came about to Tom Cruise in ‘Jerry Maguire’ and his undertaking commentary,” he quipped. “In Reality what the show is set is inclusion and gender equality,” he mentioned. “it is a fun, irreverent musical comedy for all genders. We determined it was better to just say that in individual.”
The duration piece is ready in 1590 to the band’s 1980s tunes.