Emma Stone Is Loving The ‘Cabaret’ Life; ‘Birdman’ Star, Boyfriend Andrew Garfield Spotted Exiting NYC Cafe Separately
Jan 05, 2015 03:27 AM EST
Emma Stone is definitely loving her Broadway stint as she is reportedly extending her stay with the Roundabout Theatre Company for "Cabaret" for two more weeks.
The 26-year-old actress is now set to end her performance as Sally Bowles on Feb. 19. She started playing the said role on November 11 after Michelle Williams left, USA Today has learned.
"Cabaret" marks Stone's Broadway debut and she was originally to end her appearance on the show on Feb. 1. Stone's replacement for the final weeks of the show will be announced soon.
The "Zombieland" actress stars opposite "The Good Wife" actor Alan Cumming, who plays the Emcee and is set to end his run on March 29.
"Cabaret" is based on Christopher Isherwood's stories and John Van Druten's drama "I Am A Camera." The production is said to be a remounting of Rob Marshall and Sam Mendes's Tony-winning revival, according to Theater Mania.
Apart from Stone and Cumming, the Broadway show also stars Linda Emond, Danny Burstein, Bill Heck, Hani Furstenberg and Aaron Krohn, among others.
Meanwhile, amid her busy schedule, Stone was recently spotted with her boyfriend of three years Andrew Garfield in New York City.
The lovely couple was first seen enjoying a breakfast date at Cafe Cluny. However, they left the cafe separately, braving the chilly weather with layered ensembles, reports Daily Mail.
The "Birdman" actress rocked a textured black and white jacket, a pair of skinny jeans, blank ankle booties, a beige scarf and brown sunglasses.
On the other hand, Garfield donned a large black jacket, zip-up hoodie, a gray shirt, a red scarf, a black beanie and a large pair of dark sunglasses.
In an interview with Los Angeles Times, Stone gushed about her projects in 2014.
"This year has been mind-boggling," she said. "A year ago or two years ago, I remember sitting on the couch crying about something - not surprising, I cry all the time... project that weren't going to happen or projects someone else was chosen for."
"I think Birdman and Cabaret are cautionary tales for an actor as much as they are for anybody in getting caught up in the perception of yourself," Stone added. "This will be just another period in my life that will ebb and flow and the ups and downs are so clear to me."