Like many actors, Matthew Broderick has had his share of ups and downs in his career. From a budding star of the brat pack in the 1980's to his theatrical performances today, Broderick keeps evolving, reports the New York Times.
Broderick will be performing in "Nice Work if You Can Get It," in New York City starting April 24.
Broderick will soon be 50, but it hasn't slowed him down. He's recently performed in the broadway hit "The Producers" and other smaller theater productions on and off Broadway.
Much of the recent theater work has required Broderick to take singing and dancing lessons, the latter which proved to be more difficult than he expected.
Broderick's first Broadway experience was in the revival of "How to Succeed Without Really Trying," in 1995.