Today on Broadway: Monday, July 9, 2018


Listen: SpongeBob to Close Sept. 16, Investigation Opened into Death of “Chicago” Standby Jeff Loeffelholz, Diana Rigg Annoyed by Lauren Ambrose’s Schedule, and This Week’s Theatrical Schedule


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Late announcement: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, the critically acclaimed, award-winning new musical will conclude its Broadway engagement at the Palace Theatre (1564 Broadway at West 47th Street) on Sunday, September 16, 2018, due to previously planned theatre renovations beginning mid-September. Early in 2019, school and youth group licensing rights will be available, with professional licensing to follow. Additionally, a North American tour will begin fall 2019 (cities, venue engagements and casting to be announced at a later date). The production, which began previews on November 6, 2017, and opened on December 4, 2017, will have played 327 regular performances and 29 previews.


This Week on Broadway

1) Investigation Opened to Explore Suicide of Longtime “Chicago” Standby, Jeff Loeffelholz

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Tuesday, 7/10

Previews: Moulin Rouge! at Emerson Colonial Theatre

Wednesday, 7/11

Performances Begins: Encore’s Off-Center: Gone Missing

Thursday, 7/12

Opening: This Ain’t No Disco- Atlantic Theater

Opening: Mary Page Marlowe at Second Stage

Friday, 7/13

Previews: World Premiere Dave at Arena Stage DC

Sunday, 7/15

Opening: Trainspotting Off-Broadway

Closing: Angels in America

Closing: Jagged Little Pill ART in Cambridge

Closing: The Cher Show Chicago

Closing: Sugar in Our Wounds MTC

Closing: Log Cabin Playwrights Horizons

3) In Other News

Diana Rigg Annoyed by Lauren Ambrose Needing an Alternate

Soho Rep Extends Critically-Acclaimed “Fairview” Again

Julie Musbach Looks the Recent Trend of Gender-Bending Shakespeare

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