Actress Lea Michele wants to return to Broadway when she has the time in the future and she and Ryan Murphy are interested in performing a Broadway revival of the play "Funny Girl". Lea Michele disclosed this goal during an interview with Broadwayworld.com and she noted that her and Ryan Murphy are talking to some directors to go forth with this project. A Lea Michele return to Broadway looks like it will happen in the future after "Glee" is complete. However, in the meantime Lea Michele is keeping busy with her hit television show "Glee", the promotion of her debut album "Louder" and being considered for a new movie.
Recently Lea Michele has topped the 'wishlist' for the stage to screen adaptation of the musical "Wicked" which has set box office ticket records on Broadway and in London. The rumour mill has Lea Michele and One Direction star Harry Styles linked to the project which would be directed by Stephen Daldry of "Billy Elliot" fame. This is a movie that would play to all of Lea Michele's strengths as she has proven herself as an actress, dancer and singer. Entertainment insiders are noting how Lea Michele has become one of the "It" women of the entertainment industry.
Not only is Lea Michele the focus of potential projects on the stage and on the movie screens but she is also riding high due to the success of her debut album "Louder" which music insiders are predicting will reach the top 10 of the Billboard 200 charts.
Look out for Lea Michele because she is obviously not satisfied with being a star on the small screen, she wants it all: television, Broadway, music and movies.