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Today on Broadway: Friday, April 21, 2017

Listen: (Most) Critics Rave about Bette Midler in “Hello, Dolly!” Four Plays Announced for Broadway Next Season, “Sunday” is Getting an Album, and Kelli and Steven Reunite for “Brigadoon!”

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Notes:

1) The Critics Review Broadway’s “Hello, Dolly!” Revival

By Official Decree, Today is “Dolly Day” in New York City

2) Michael Cera, Chris Evans, and Kenneth Lonergan will Re-Open the Helen Hayes Theatre Next Season

3) Branden Jacobs-Jenkins to Adapt “An Enemy of the People” for Broadway

4) Baz Bamigboye Reports Mark Rylance to Bring “Farinelli and the King” to Broadway in December

5) “Sunday in the Park with George” Revival Makes Two Major Announcements

Live Design Online Shows How a Chromolume is Made

6) Kelli O’Hara and Steven Pasquale to Reunite for “Brigadoon” Concert

7) Nina Lannan and Alan Wasser to Receive Tony Honors for Excellence

8) Show and Casting News

Michael Shannon to Lead “Simpatico” at McCarter

Dule Hill and Daniel J. Watts to Lead “Lights Out: Nat ‘King’ Cole” Workshop at Old Globe

Signature Extends “Antipodes” Again

Stephen Colbert to Host Star-Studded Elevator Repair Service Gala

Broadway Bares Sets June Date and Theme

9) Ben Platt and Other Theatre Names on Time’s 100 Most Influential List

 


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