Today on Broadway: Monday, December 3, 2018


Listen: 5th Avenue Theatre Cancels Performance of “Annie,” “Cher” & “Network” Open this Week, Chat with “The Book of Merman” Star Carly Sakolove


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“This Week on Broadway”

1) Seattle Performance of “Annie” Cancelled Due to “Security Threat”

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, December 3rd

Opening: “The Cher Show” on Broadway

“The Cher Show” Releases Highlights Before Broadway Opening

Thursday, December 6th

Opening: “Network” on Broadway

Friday, December 7th

Preview: “Ruben & Clay’s 1st Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show” on Broadway

Sunday, December 9th

Opening: “Christmas in Hell” Off-Broadway from the York Theatre Company

Closing: “Thom Pain (based on nothing)” Off-Broadway

Closing: “Eve’s Song” Off-Broadway

Closing: “School Girls; or, the African Mean Girls Play” Off-Broadway

3) Recommendations

Lin-Manuel Miranda Receives Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

“Hamilton” Creators Receive Kennedy Center Honor

Mariska Hargitay Arranges a Special Phone Call for Jessica Vosk

4) Interview with Carly Sakolove of “The Book of Merman”

Carly has been a fan of Ethel Merman since she could vibrato. In fact, Carly pays tribute to her and many other Broadway and pop divas in her one woman show, “I’m Every Woman” which she has performed across the country and at sea. Her viral YouTube video “Broadway Divas Send in the Clowns” featuring her diva impersonations, has been hailed by Time magazine and The New York Times. Off-Broadway: The Marvelous Wonderettes (Betty Jean), NEWSical the Musical and Girls Night: The Musical (Carol). She was recently seen in the national tour and Royal Caribbean companies of Mamma Mia! as Rosie. Favorite credits: Mazeppa in Gypsy (Sharon Playhouse) and Helena in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Speakeasy Stage) and Robert Anne in Nunsense (Feinstein’s 54 Below). Boston Conservatory graduate. This one goes out to my family and my dear Anne. “You’re the best.”

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