A musical version of the “V” on the first song on “Love Letter” 2 is coming to Broadway this fall.
“Love Letter II” is written by The Raconteurs, who have collaborated with Broadway producers in the past, and it will be produced by David Hodge and his company, J. Michael Stemper.
The first two songs, “We Don’t Have Time to Talk” and “I’ll Be Back,” have already been performed by the Racontesurs.
“They’ve written songs for years,” said The Racons.
“They’re the kind of people that will get to write for a Broadway show.
I’ve always been a fan of the Racons, so I was excited to see them do it.
And it just felt like the right time to do it, too.
It’s a very unique show, so the timing just felt right.”
The Raconttes’ songwriting partner, The Ronsonttes’ music producer, Jason Scott, also wrote for “Love Letters.”
He and Hodge are producing the musical, which is being produced by The Hamilton Company.
The musical will be the second time “Love” will appear on Broadway, after the Broadway hit “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
The Broadway production of “Love,” which opens July 1, is being staged at the Metropolitan Opera House, which will house the show.
The original Broadway version of “The Midsomer Murders” opened in 2015, but it was a different show than the one that will appear at the Met.
It was a much darker, darker musical than “Love.”
The show, starring Robert De Niro, won best musical of the year at the 2016 Tony Awards.
The cast and producers were able to get Broadway to agree to a Broadway deal because of a deal with the Broadway Writers’ Guild that includes “A Man For All Seasons,” “The Color Purple,” “Hairspray,” “Moby Dick,” “Crazy Heart” and other songs from the “Midsomer” movie.
The Met also negotiated a deal for a similar show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where the musical “Gone With the Wind” is performed.