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Today on Broadway: Monday, July 3, 2017

Listen: Broadway Bids Farewell to Shows and Stars, NYT and Isherwood Reach Settlement, and Kron Clears Up Controversy

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Notes:

Laura Osnes and Others to Perform at “A Capitol Fourth”

1) Broadway Says Goodbye to Two Shows and a Star

Josh Groban Completes Broadway Turn as Pierre, Oak’s Debut Delayed

Groban Takes on Sean Hannity and Twitter Trolls

“Present Laughter” Takes Final Bow on Broadway

“The Little Foxes” Closes Broadway Revival

2) The New York Times and Charles Isherwood Reach Settlement

3) Lisa Kron Responds to “Fun Home” Costuming Controversy

4) Nicholas Hytner Pens Essay on Post-Brexit Theatre

5) Lin-Manuel Miranda Announces “Hamilton” Instrumentals with #Ham4Ham


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