‘Pumpkinhead’ to have a Broadway revival

Pumpkinhead, one of the original songs by The Who, is back.

The revival will feature new lyrics and musical numbers, and will also feature original music and original lyrics.

“I think it will be very good, especially if it’s a musical.

I think it’ll be great to play it again and to see the fans react and to hear the songs,” director of musicals David Walliams told The Irish News.

He added that the show will also have a new musical number.

“We will have a musical number on the run.

It’s going to be quite good,” he said.

“You’re going to see a lot of new songs and a lot more of the music that has never been heard before.”

“Theatre is a very special thing for us.

We’ve been doing it for 20 years and I think we’re at the stage now where we’re looking for new material, new ideas, new voices,” he added.

“It’s a very rewarding process.

I’d like to see what happens in 2019.

There’s going a lot to look forward to.

The future is bright.”

He said that he had “no doubt” the show would be a hit.

“That’s the main thing, that’s the goal.

If you’ve got the songs, they’ll sing.

If they don’t have the songs they’ll do the dance moves, and they’ll all do their thing, it’ll go from there,” he explained.

He also said that the idea of a new song from the group, “Pumpkins in the Cradle,” was something that he and his team had considered for a while.

“There’s been a lot thought put into it, I don’t think it’s even been put into the script yet, but there’s a song we’re working on, we’ll have to wait and see,” he told The Independent.

“But we’re hoping that it will come out, and I’m really excited about it.

It’ll be a great opportunity to see if we can make it.”