NEW YORK (AP) -- Beau Bridges is about to learn what it takes to succeed on Broadway.
Producers said Monday that the Emmy-, Golden Globe-, and Grammy Award-winning star will replace Emmy and Tony Award winner John Larroquette in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
Bridges takes over on Jan. 3 opposite Darren Criss of "Glee" and then later Nick Jonas, both of whom will take over for Daniel Radcliffe, who leaves the show after Jan. 1.
It will be Bridges' Broadway musical debut. He appeared in the plays "Where's Daddy?" in 1966 and "Who's Who in Hell" in 1974. His film credits include "The Fabulous Baker Boys" and "Norma Rae."
Criss will be in the show from Jan. 3-22 and Jonas is set from Jan. 24-July 1.
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