Today on Broadway: Monday, April 10, 2017


Listen: “Harry Potter” and “Groundhog Day” Win Big at the Oliviers, “Significant Other” to Close in April, and Scott Rudin Blocking “Sunday” Extension


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Tony-Nominee Tim Pigott-Smith Passed Away

Nederlander Organization to Remember Jimmy Nederlander Today

1) Harry Potter and “Groundhog Day” Win Big at the Oliviers

2) “Significant Other” Sets April Closing Date

3) Bi-Partisan Congressional Support Growing for NEA

4) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

5) Show and Casting News

James Monroe Iglehart Sets “Hamilton” Debut Date

The Public Extends “Gently Down the Stream”

Andrew Lloyd Weber Hopes for West End and Broadway Runs for “Joseph’s” 50th Anniversary

6) Scott Rudin Refuses to Relocate “1984” for “Sunday” Extension

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