Today on Broadway: Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Listen: David Mamet’s Harvey Weinstein is Still, Apparently, a Thing; Threat Causes Evacuation of Stratford Festival Opening Night; and a Real-Life “Waiting for Guffman”!


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Chicago Director Rachel Rockwell Passes Away at 49 

1) David Mamet’s Harvey Weinstein Play Aiming for London

The Guardian: Harvey Weinstein’s Perp Walk

2) Stratford Festival Cancels Opening Night and Evacuates Theatre 

3) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule


“The Boys in the Band” Opens on Thursday, May 31st

Previews Begin
Wednesday, May 30th

Desperate Measures Begins Previews Off-Broadway

Little Rock Begins Previews Off-Broadway

Thursday, May 31st

Roundabout’s Skintight Begins Performances Off-Broadway

“Half Time” at Paper Mill Playhouse Begins Performances

Friday, June 1st

Playwrights Horizons’ Log Cabin World Premiere Begins Performances

Saturday, June 2nd

LCT3’s Pass Over Begins Performances

Cyprus Avenue Begins Performances at the Public


Mlima’s Tale Closes at the Public Theatre on June 3rd

4) Recommendation

Alfie Boe, Megan Hilty, Cynthia Erivo and More Perform at National Memorial Day Concert

A Small Georgia Town Hinges its Future on Creating a Musical

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