Today on Broadway: Wednesday, November 1, 2017


Listen: “Moulin Rouge” Finds Stars for a Developmental Lab, “Ain’t Too Proud” Aiming for Fall Opening, and First Thanksgiving Parade Participants!


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1) The “Moulin Rouge” Musical Finds its Stars for a Developmental Lab

2) Show and Casting News

“Ain’t Too Proud” to Delay Broadway Opening until Fall

Michael Riedel on Shows Aiming for Broadway this Season

Andre De Shields to Lead “Mankind” at Playwrights Horizons

Grateful Dead Musical Extends Off-Broadway

3) O’Hara, Tveit, Hoffman, Bloom Tapped for American Songbook at Lincoln Center

4) Shaina Taub Named Fred Ebb Award Winner

5) Recommendations

Aaron Sorkin Pens Tribute to Late Robert Guillaume

Jonathan Groff Visits NPR’s “Fresh Air”

Legal Decision Puts Broadway Theaters at Risk

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