Today on Broadway: Friday, January 11, 2019


Listen: Brittney Johnson Makes History as First Glinda of Color! “Constitution” Reportedly to Play Broadway this Spring, Brian D’Ary James to Lead “The Ferryman”


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1) Brittney Johnson Makes History As First Glinda of Color in an English-Language Production of “Wicked”

2) “What the Constitution Means to Me” Reportedly Heading to the Hayes this Spring

3) Show and Casting News

Brian D’Arcy James, Emily Bergl to Join “The Ferryman”

Carmen Cusack, Carol Kane, Lauren Worsham to Lead Encores’ “Call Me Madam”

Ruthie Ann Miles, Kathleen Chalfant to Lead Waterwell’s “The Courtroom”

“Choir Boy” Extends on Broadway

“The Other Josh Cohen” Extends Off-Broadway

Second Stage to Produce New York Premiere of Bess Wohl’s “Make Believe”

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