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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Listen: Public Theater Opens its Trumpian “Julius Caesar,” Tony Ratings Down, and “King and I” Heading to London with Broadway Stars

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Notes:

“Hamilton” Tour Cast at the NBA Finals

1) Statements and Reviews Come in for Shakespeare in the Park’s “Julius Caesar”

Review Round-Up: “Julius Caesar”

The Public Theater Issue Statement on Trumpian “Julius Caesar”

Oskar Eustis Delivers Speech Before “Julius Caesar” Opening Night

Delta Sponsored 2012 Guthrie Theater Production of Obama-Inspired “Julius Caesar”

NEA Confirms No Financial Support for Production

Dramatists Legal Defense Fund

2) Tony Ratings Down from 2016 Record High

3) Last Week’s Broadway Grosses

4) Show and Casting News

“Oslo” Extends Following Best Play Win

Kelly O’Hara and Ken Watanabe Reportedly Bringing “King and I” to London


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