Today on Broadway: Monday, July 16, 2018


Listen: “Dave” and “The Cher Show” Hit Snags Out-of-Town, “The Prom” Changes Broadway Venue, and Equity Announces New Robe Name!


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This Week on Broadway with guest Lucie Arnaz

1) A Few Shows Had Some Trouble Out of Town Over the Weekend

“Dave” Cancels First Five Previews Due to Douglas Sills’ Surgery

“The Cher Show” Cancels Final Performance Due to Technical Issue

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, July 16
Opening: “Fire in Dreamland” at the Public Theatre

Tuesday, July 17

Preview: “Twelfth Night” at the Delacorte Theatre

Wednesday, July 18

Preview: “Getting’ the Band Back Together” on Broadway

Friday, July 20

Preview: “Pretty Woman” on Broadway

Sunday, July 22
Opening: “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” at the Emerson Colonial Theatre
Opening: “Smokey Joe’s Café” at Stage 42
Closing: “Pass Over” at Lincoln Center
Closing: “Girls & Boys” at the Minetta Lane Theatre

3) Recommendations

Melissa Errico on Performing Problematic Female Roles

Serenbe’s “Sinking the Titanic” Documentary

4) In Other News?

“The Prom” Changes Venues to the Longacre

Actor’s Equity Changes the Name of Chorus Honor to Legacy Robe

Columbia’s Roma Peoples Production Comments on Decision

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