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"A timeless story of a timeless hero."
―Tagline[src]

Rogers: The Musical is a Broadway musical based on Steve Rogers, the first Captain America, with music by Marc Shaiman. In 2024, it was produced and shown at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City.

History

Attended by the Bartons

The show is seen by the Bartons

In December 2024, the Avengers were invited to see the premiere of Rogers: The Musical,[1] although Clint Barton ended up being the only Avenger who accepted the invitation. Taking his children to New York City for Christmas, Barton was mostly displeased with the piece of work, as it brought his mind back to Natasha Romanoff's sacrifice. He also commented on the historical inaccuracy of Ant-Man being present during the Battle of New York, calling it "ridiculous", before the Bartons left halfway through the show.[2]

Cast

Crew

Appearances

Trivia

  • In an interview with Variety, showrunner Jonathan Igla revealed that the inspiration for Rogers: The Musical came from a billboard advertising Hamilton, which he and Elisa Climent would see daily on their commute to the writers' room.[3]
  • Rogers: The Musical was originally supposed to be a background element in Hawkeye, but as the idea grew, Kevin Feige decided to invite Broadway veteran Marc Shaiman to develop the fictional musical.[4]
  • Ant-Man's addition was a suggestion of Marvel Studios. Shaiman thought it was a reflection of how in adaptations there is "always something that’s a little wrong, or the truth is stretched."[5]

References

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