Today on Broadway: Monday, October 23, 2017


Listen: Critics Rave About “Torch Song,” “People, Places & Things” and “Too Heavy for Your Pocket” Extend, and This Week’s Theatrical Schedule


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1) Michael Moore Says Goodbye to Broadway

2) The Critics Weigh in on Second Stage’s “Torch Song”

3) Show and Casting News

Simon Russell Beale to Lead “The Lehman Trilogy” in London

Henry the eldest Lehman Brother

According to Baz, quote “Beale and Mendes have been collaborating for more than two decades, working together at the Donmar, the National, the Old Vic, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.”

“People, Places & Things” Extends at St. Ann’s Warehouse

“Too Heavy for Your Pocket” Extends at Roundabout and Offers Student Shows

Avengers Assemble for Atlanta Benefit Reading

4) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule with Natalie Noack


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