Rocker and composer Bryan Adams surprised a sold-out audience at the Broadway show Pretty Woman: The Musical with a performance during the curtain call.
The Canadian hitmaker appeared onstage at New York’s Nederlander Theatre with guitar in hand to serenade the audience Thursday.
Adams sang You and I followed by Together Forever as cast members joined him onstage to clap and sing along. The Grammy-winner co-wrote the songs with longtime collaborator, Jim Vallance.
He jokes on his verified Instagram account that it was his “Broadway debut.”
Last night in the orchestra pit of @prettywoman, just before making my Broadway debut to sing “You and I” followed by “Together Forever” with the amazing ensemble. ❤️#prettywomanthemusical… https://t.co/qeYSu3ZXXG
— Bryan Adams (@bryanadams) January 4, 2019
The musical is based on the top-grossing 1990 film featuring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. The stage version stars Samantha Barks and Andy Karl.