Today on Broadway: Wednesday, July 6, 2016


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1) “Fun Home” to Perform One-Night Concert in Orlando

2) Weekly Grosses
While the winter and spring breaks tend to bring tourists to New York, and therefore Broadway, the Fourth of July weekend tends to do the opposite, as tourists and New York City residents often get out of town and head to the beach; which in turn, negatively impacts Broadway’s weekly grosses.

More on who sees new shows: the crowded fishing hole.

3) Edward Snowden to Make Off-Broadway Debut Opposite Daniel Radcliffe in The Public Theatre’s “Privacy”

4) Jenna Fischer to Lead Steve Martin’s “Meteor Shower” at the Old Globe

5) NPR Examines Connection Between Musicals and Politics

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