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Nick Jonas and Bernadette Peters to Guest Star on New Musical 'Smash'

October 7, 2011 (8:20 am) GMT
The former 'JONAS L.A.' star will portray an actor who started his career in a Broadway play, while the Tony Award-winning actress is cast as a former theater star who lives through her daughter.
Nick Jonas and Bernadette Peters to Guest Star on New Musical 'Smash'

and have landed a role on upcoming drama musical series "". Both the member and the "Annie" actress are reportedly going to show off their singing skills and perform on the show, but it is not clear in which episode they will guest star.

19-year-old Jonas will be seen as Lyle West, a sitcom star who began his career as a child actor in a Broadway production. Peters, meanwhile, will portray Leigh Conroy, a former theater star who now lives vicariously through her daughter Ivy.

After his Disney series "", which also starred his two brothers, was axed, Nick has guest starred on "". Tony Award and Drama Desk Award winner Peters have also had a bunch of small screen roles, including on "" and "".

"Smash" revolves around a cross section of characters who come together to mount a Broadway musical inspired by silver screen icon . The Steven Spielberg-produced musical drama has , , and Megan Hilty among the cast line-up.

The new series will premiere on NBC every Monday at 10 P.M., beginning February 6, 2012.

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