Euphegenia Doubtfire is back, and ready for her big Broadway bow. On Monday, producers for the new stage adaptation of the 1993 comedy Mrs. Doubtfire showed a full look at star Rob McClure in costume as Robin Williams’ beloved character. The big reveal, in honor of the musical’s first preview on Broadway, is the first fans have been able to see of McClure’s take on the super nanny. While other promos filmed McClure from the back, these new shots capture the prosthetic mask, wig, and accessories used to transform McClure. Back in January, McClure spoke to PEOPLE about stepping into the part, praising costume designer Catherine Zuber, makeup designer Tommy Kurzman, and hair and wig designer David Brian Brown for helping bring Mrs. Doubtfire to life. “Part of the fun of this show is that I get to turn into her right in front of the audience’s eyes,” McClure, 37, said. “It’s exciting, but also completely nerve-wracking in some scenes because I don’t have the luxury of someone calling ‘cut’ on a film set and then taking 4 hours to go into hair and makeup to get dressed. I’m literally in the wings, with a pit crew from the Indianapolis 500 getting… Read full this story
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