The 'X-Men' star is to set to perform at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBSSF/CNN) – “Hugh Jackman in Performance” will run at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre from May 3-15. Tony-winner Jackman, who will be backed by a 18-piece orchestra, is expected to perform numbers from his hit 2003 Broadway show “The Boy from Oz,” as well as other popular show tunes from both stage and screen.

Jackman is in town preparing for his one man show and decided to drop by the CBS Radio studios of Alice @ 97.3 and 99.7 Now.

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Hugh Jackman Interview on 99.7 Now:

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Hugh Jackman Interview on Alice @ 97.3:

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As for shooting for the much anticipated “Wolverine” sequel, it may be delayed for now.   Lucky for us, this also gives Hugh Jackman another chance to demonstrate his prowess with his upcoming Bay Area shows. Jackman is expected to return to Broadway in a musical about legendary magician Harry Houdini.

HUGH JACKMAN IN PERFORMANCE
May 3rd – 15th | Curran Theatre San Francisco
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