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Today on Broadway: Thursday, March 23, 2017

Listen: New York Times Names Jesse Green Co-Chief Theater Critic, Lynn Nottage and Paula Vogel Finally, Dylan and the Chocolate Factory

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Notes:

Pre 1. Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy
Dylan Lauren (via her candy empire Dylan’s Candy Bar) will be the official curator of all promotional things digestible, edible and wonderfully tasty.
Pre 2. SIGNIFICANT OTHER to add Sunday night, remove Wednesday matinee

1. The New York Times Names Jesse Green Co-Chief Theater Critic He starts on May 1.

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2. Meanwhile, in the features section of the Times, Michael Paulson spotlights two great american playwrights — Lynn Nottage and Paula Vogel, who are quite accomplished, but are just now getting their plays produced on Broadway


3. Broadway-Aimed Musical Hadestown Workshopped With Reeve Carney BY ADAM HETRICK

4. Manhattan Theatre Club announced two shows yesterday: THE CHILDREN (on Broadway) and ACTUALLY (off-Broadway)
5. Vanessa Williams, Andy Cohen, and LaChanze Lead April CONCERT FOR AMERICA

6. Sir Ian McKellen to Return to the London Stage

London’s Park Theatre

7. ANY LIAM WILL DO
Andrew Lloyd Webber wants Liam Payne to star in return of musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The composer, 69, has put the pop star at the top of his hit list for the show’s 50th anniversary when it relaunches this Christmas
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