Today on Broadway: Thursday, March 22, 2018


Listen: Springsteen’s Christmas Present to Broadway, Whiting Awards, Mean Girls OBCR, MCC’s new home, and more!


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1) Springsteen’s Having a Such Nice Time on Broadway He’s Just Gonna Stick Around Until December 

2) Whiting Awards Honor 3 Playwrights With $50,000
Among 10 emerging writers, the Whiting Awards recognize playwrights Nathan Alan Davis, Hansol Jung, and Antoinette Nwandu.

3) Over at Broadway Direct, Mark Robinson writes that MEAN GIRLS is getting a cast recording on Atlantic Records.

4) MCC Theater Announces Four New Productions to inaugurate its TWO new theaters at its new home

5) Lincoln Center Theater Extends ADMISSIONS

6) BWW TV: GRAND HOTEL is Open for Business! Watch Highlights of James Snyder, Brandon Uranowitz and More!

7) Variety is reporting that SMASH, TV show cancelled in 2013, could end up revamped in a stage production

8) Heather Headley and Matthew Morrison to Host The Muny Centennial Gala Show

9) Alexandra Silber will star as Guenevere in Washington, DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company production of Camelot

10) Tony Winner Nikki M. James Joins Brian d’Arcy James In New FOX Drama From Danny Strong 

11) Ben Platt and Cast of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Pick Up Daytime Emmy Nomination

12) The Agony and Ecstasy of Writing Negative Reviews By JESSE GREEN

13) This Week’s Theater Throwback from Daniella Parcell


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