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Today on Broadway: Friday, January 20, 2017

Listen: Critics Rave for “Jitney;” Jillian Mueller, Lena Hall, Queen Lesli Lead Cher Reading; and Trump Plans Major Arts Cuts!

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Notes:

1) Critics Weigh in on “Jitney’s” Long-Awaited Broadway Debut

2) Michael Riedel has the Scoop on the Starry Cher Musical Reading

3) Trump Team Plans Major Arts Cuts

Arts Leaders Speak Out Against Proposed Cuts

Video: The Impact of the National Endowment for the Arts

4) Show and Casting News

Christopher Gattelli Moving Forward with Broadway-Bound “Top Hat”

“War Paint” Announces Complete Cast

5) Concert for America Adds Stars

concert4america2017.org

6) “The Today Show” Gives First Look of Taran Killam as “Hamilton’s” New King

Music:

“It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” by REM
“For Now” by the Original Broadway Cast of “Avenue Q”
“We’re Not Gonna Take It” by Twisted Sister
“What the World Needs Now” from the Broadway for Orlando concert courtesy of Broadway Records


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