Today on Broadway: Monday, August 13, 2018 (fixed)


Note: there was an upload error this morning that caused some to get Friday’s show. This is fixed now.

Listen: “Be More Chill” Extends for One Week, Broadway Comes Together to Sleep Out for Homeless Youth, and this Week’s Theatrical Schedule!


“Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.

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This Week on Broadway

Spotlight: Joe Iconis, “Be More Chill”

Broadway Comes Together to Sleep Out for Homeless Youth

Tell Me More | Episode 3: Stephanie J. Block Talks Covenant House’s Broadway Sleepout

1) “Be More Chill” Extends Off-Broadway

2) The Impending Battle over Radio Waves

3) Broadway Says Goodbye to “The Boys in the Band” and “Hello, Donna!”

Donna Murphy Gets Ready to Say So Long Dearie” to Dolly–Five-Things-You-Need-to-Know-20180812

Watch: “The Boys in the Band” Takes Emotional Final Bow on Broadway

4) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, August 13th

Opening: “Gettin’ the Band Back Together”

Thursday, August 16th

Opening: “Pretty Woman”

Previews: “Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties” at MCC

Sunday, August 19th

Closing: “In & Of Itself”

Closing: “Carmen Jones”

Closing: “Mary Page Marlowe”

Closing: “The House that Will Not Stand”

Closing: “Twelfth Night”

Closing: “Moulin Rouge”

5) Recommendations

The New York Times: So, You’re Going to Call Your Play _____?

Trans Performer Kate Bornstein Takes Audience Member’s Heckling Gracefully in Stride

It’s their call: Telemarketing still a powerful tool in fundraising

The New York Times: Guarding the Throats of Broadway

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