ABC News Videos | ABC Entertainment NewsJude Law’s Musical Theater PastJude Law, who was last seen on Broadway in 2009’s Hamlet, stopped by The Tonight Show on June 3. Host Jimmy Fallon had managed to find a picture of the Tony and Oscar nominee’s teenage musical theater days, when he played the title role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat—and it’s a throwback classic. Take a look at the fun exchange below. View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. An Act of God’s Caitlyn Jenner UpdateNever let it be said that God is out of touch—he’s changing one of the lines in his Broadway show to take into account Caitlyn Jenner’s transformation. Jim Parsons, who plays the Almighty in An Act of God, previously joked in the production: “Bruce Jenner is the first Kardashian woman I can tolerate.” Now, according to the New York Daily News, the show is being updated to reflect Jenner’s fabulous unveiling of “her true self.”Courtney Love Boards OperettaThe West Coast’s Kirk Douglas Theatre’s upcoming 2015-16 season has just been announced and there’s one show in particular that caught our attention. Rock icon Courtney Love will perform with Todd Almond in the operetta Kansas City Choir Boy, under the direction of Kevin Newbury. With music and lyrics by Almond, the production had a well-received premiere at the HERE Arts Center in January 2015. It follows lovers in small town America who become separated when the woman decides to travel to New York City in search of her destiny, and then she disappears. Kansas City Choir Boy will play October 15 through November 8, with opening night scheduled for October 18.Tangled Set for the Small ScreenTangled is not just going to be sailing the high seas on a cruise ship! An animated Disney TV adaptation of the 2010 movie is in production and will feature music by Alan Menken (Aladdin) and lyrics by Glenn Slater (School of Rock)—both scribes also worked on the film. Deadline reports that Mandy Moore and Broadway alum Zachary Levi will reprise their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene (aka Flynn Rider), respectively.Bradley Cooper Rebelled With Elephant ManBradley Cooper won a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for his performance in The Elephant Man and he’s also up for a Tony this weekend for his role in the show. However, in a recent interview with GMA he revealed that he had been advised not to do the play, which he’s now receiving rave reviews for in London. “It’s an example of if you believe in something, don’t listen to anybody,” advises Cooper. Check out the interview below and then Cooper presenting (and maybe winning!) on the Tony telecast on June 7!