Today on Broadway: Tuesday, April 10, 2018


Listen: Roundabout Announces Shows Starring Janet McTeer and Uzo Aduba, “The Sting” Gets Vaguely Positive Reviews Out-of-Town, and “Hamilton” Put a Strain on The Kennedy Center.


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1) Janet McTeer to Lead “Bernhardt/Hamlet” World Premiere

2) Reviews are in for “The Sting’s” Pre-Broadway Tryout

3) Last Week’s Broadway Grosses

4) Roundabout Announced World Premiere of “Toni Stone”

5) Recommendations

The Washington Post: How “Hamilton” Strained the Kennedy Center

The New York Times: 19-Century Playbills on Display

6) In Other News

Robert O’Hara to Direct “BLKS” for MCC Theatre

“The Lucky Ones” Extends at Ars Nova

The Weinstein Company Loses Rights to “Pippin” Movie

Darren Criss and Lea Michele to Launch Tour

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