Today on Broadway: Monday, November 19, 2018 | UPDATE


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This Week on Broadway for November 18, 2018: American Son

“Bernhardt/Hamlet” Wrapped its Broadway Run on Sunday

“Fiddler” Screaming Man was Drunk Anti-Trump Protester

1) “Moulin Rouge!” Officially Heading to Broadway this Summer

2) Broadway Mourns the Passing of Two Icons

Tony-Winning Producer Jerry Frankel Dies

William Goldman Passes Away at 87

3) Upcoming “West Side Story” Revival Announces Search for Dancers

4) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, November 19

Previews: “Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine” Off-Broadway from the Signature Theatre

Tuesday, November 20

Previews: “Clueless, The Musical” Off-Broadway from The New Group

Thursday, November 22nd

Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC and CBS

Friday, November 23rd

Previews: “The Illusionists- Magic of the Holidays” on Broadway

Sunday, November 25th

Opening: “The Hard Problem” Off-Broadway from Lincoln Center

Closing: “Days of Rage” from Second Stage

Closing: “Popcorn Falls” Off-Broadway at the Davenport

Closing: “Natural Shocks” from WP Theater

5) In Other News

LaChanze, Saycon Sengbloh, and More to Lead Atlantic’s “Secret Life of Bees”

Serenbe Playhouse Announces 10th Anniversary Season

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