Emma Stone Extends Her 'Cabaret' Run on Broadway

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Here's one more reason to get excited about 2015.

There's still a chance to see Emma Stone on Broadway (if you haven't already). The Birdman star is extending her Cabaret run to Feb. 15, according to the Roundabout Theater.

Her co-star, Alan Cumming, will also continue with the play for its final 12 weeks until March 29. The actress that will play the next Sally Bowles (Emma's character) will be announced in the coming weeks.

After Emma landed the role last year, she told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show she wanted to be in Cabaret since she was a little girl, saying, "I saw [Cabaret] in New York for the first time with Alan as the Emcee when I was nine years old, which is the most inappropriate show to take a nine-year-old to," she said. "You know, it's a strange part for a nine-year-old to want to play."

The actress was originally only supposed to be in the play until Feb. 1.

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