The new Broadway musical “Back to the Future” has announced that Oct. 21 is being deemed “Back to the Future Day,” marking the date the characters Doc Brown and Marty McFly travel to in the film sequel “Back to the Future II.”
Both the Oct. 21 matinée and evening performances of “Back to the Future” will include a curtain call performance featuring Harry Waters Jr., who played the role of Marvin Berry in the original film.
“Back to the Future” follows the story of teenager Marty McFly, who partners with Doc Brown to go back in time and help acquaint his parents in their teenage years.
Tony Award winner John Rando directs the musical, which features a book by Bob Gale and a score by Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard.
“Back to the Future” began previews on June 30 and officially opened on Aug. 3 at the Winter Garden Theatre.
“Back to the Future” is produced on Broadway by Colin Ingram, Donovan Mannato, Tom Viertel, Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel, Hunter Arnold, Robert L. Hutt, Ivy Herman, Hallee Adelman, Teresa Tsai, Bob McLynn, Gavin Kalin, Kimberly Magarro, Crush Music, Playing Field, Universal Theatrical Group, Sony Masterworks, Augury, Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, in association with Neil Gooding Productions, Ricardo Marques and James L. Nederlander.