Today on Broadway: Wednesday, June 27, 2018


Listen: NYMF kicks off July 9, Michael Jackson’s Lab, All-Female Glengarry, Lohan Plows into West End


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Police Arrest Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing 3 Teenagers Outside Broadway Show



We are just a few weeks away from the start of The New York Musical Festival, or NYMF as it is otherwise known. For four weeks, beginning July 9, audiences will get a chance to see 12 new musicals and a host of readings, concerts and other events.



Broadway-Aimed Michael Jackson Musical Sets Fall Developmental Lab BY RYAN MCPHEE

All-Female Production of Glengarry Glen Ross Coming to Broadway: Source



Lindsay Lohan in Speed-the-Plow: what the critics said
According to the reviews, the ‘arrestingly husky’ Lohan has ‘genuine if unstable star presence’ and ‘breathless naivety’ in her West End debut



The Secret Life of Sven
How a onetime acrobat and a “Lion King” puppet designer brought a speechless reindeer to life in Disney’s stage adaptation of “Frozen” on Broadway.

By Michael Paulson
Photographs by Karsten Moran




Phylicia Rashad Cast in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s OWN Series David Makes Man



40th Anniversary Screening of Grease Set for NYC, With Choreographer Patricia Birch BY SHOSHY CIMENT



Judith Light and Idina Menzel Among Hollywood Walk of Fame’s Class of 2019


Harry Potter’s Play Secrets Revealed by Steven Hoggett: Interview BY PATRICK PACHECO


From The Elephant Man to Richard III, disabled actors are reclaiming roles
It’s time to stop ‘cripping up’ – it turns disability into a defining feature, disrupts the story and makes the audience become voyeurs of difference


Keeping the Music Playing—How Four Major Nonprofits Are Protecting America’s Musical Legacy By Marilyn Lester

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