Today on Broadway: Monday, October 29, 2018


Listen: Tony-Nominated Playwright Ntozake Shange Passes Away, “Bat Out of Hell” Sets New York Premiere Run, Lopezes Pen Song for Female Candidates


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This Week on Broadway for October 28, 2018

1) Author, Poet, and Tony-Nominated Playwright Ntozake Shange Passed Away

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, October 29

TV: “A Very Wicked Halloween” on NBC at 10/9c

Tuesday, October 30

Opening: “Days of Rage” Off-Broadway from Second Stage Company

Opening: “Good Grief” Off-Broadway” from the Vineyard Theatre Company

Thursday, November 1

Opening: “Torch Song” on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre

Previews: “To Kill A Mockingbird” on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre

Previews: “The Cher Show” on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre

Previews: “The Resistible Rise Arturo Ui” Off-Broadway from The Classic Stage Company

Friday, November 2

Previews: “Hadestown” at the National Theatre in London

Sunday, November 4

Opening: “American Son” on Broadway at the Booth Theatre

Closing: “Smokey Joe’s Café” Off-Broadway

Closing: “Midnight at the Never Get” Off-Broadway

Closing: “What the Constitution Means to Me” Off-Broadway

3) In Other News

Stephen Schwartz Provides Updates on Movie Musical and “Rags”

“Once on this Island” Announces Fan Celebration Week

“Bat Out of Hell” Sets New York Premiere Run

Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez Pen Song for Female Candidates

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