Victor Garber and Jesse L. Martin.
Hello old friend.
That’s what Jesse L. Martin’s gun-toting character said last night to John Barrowman’s gangster coming out of the Moran’s Nightclub set in New Westminster. Then you could hear the rat-tat-tat of the gangster’s two thugs unloading their Tommy guns at Martin & Victor Garber’s fedora-wearing gents. What’s going on? It’s a mystery now but this 1940s-style gangsters & guns sequence is part of The Flash/Supergirl musical crossover.
John Barrowman’s gangster sweeps out of Moran’s nightclub with his two goons. Wearing a full-length camel coat, he walks towards the snaking technocrane for a closeup.
Second team rehearsal.
Production spent three days this week in New Westminster’s former Famous Players theatre The Columbia as Moran’s Nightclub. Fans spotted Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist coming out looking like Marvel’s Peggy Carter and The Flash’s Grant Gustin in a slick suit.
Could these headliners at Moran’s Nightclub be their crossover characters?
Jesse L. Martin as Tom Collins in Broadway musical Rent.
Victor Garber as Jesus in musical Godspell.
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The Columbia is now a comedy club but its Famous Players beauty remains.
The Flash’s Duet features the song Super Friends, co-written by Rachel Bloom. creator and lead of The CW show Crazy Ex-girlfriend, and performed by Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist. Another song, Runnin’ Home to You, is written by La La Land’s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, and will be performed by Grant Gustin.
Supergirl’s part of the musical crossover airs Monday, March 20th and The Flash’s Duet follows on Tuesday, March 21st.