Bruce Springsteen is used to audiences of tens of thousands, but he'll soon be singing to just 975 fans at a time. According to the New York Post, the Boss will set up shop at New York City's Walter Kerr Theatre this fall for an eight-week residency. The intimate setting with allow him to perform stripped-down and reworked versions of his biggest hits. “He wants to play a smaller house,” a theater source explained. “He wants to try something more intimate, and he likes the idea of being on Broadway.”
The run is said to open in November and include five performances a week over the course of two months. Some sources speculate the Broadway shows are actually the initial stages of a musical adaptation of his critically-acclaimed 2016 memoir "Born To Run." Stay tuned to AXS for any and all news of Springsteen's first (and possibly not last) foray into theater.