Today on Broadway: Monday, March 11, 2019


Listen: Critics Weigh in on “Be More Chill” on Broadway, Jam-Packed Theatrical Schedule, and “Mockingbird” Drama Continues


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1) “Be More Chill” Officially Opens on Broadway

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, March 11th

Previews: “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus” on Broadway at the Booth Theatre

Opening: “The Mother” Off-Broadway from the Atlantic Theatre Company

Tuesday, March 12th

Previews: “Ain’t No Mo” Off-Broadway from the Public Theater

Wednesday, March 13th

Opening: “Hatef**k” Off-Broadway from the WP Theater

Opening: “Surely Goodness and Mercy” Off-Broadway from the Keen Company

Previews: “Do You Feel Anger?” Off-Broadway from the Vineyard Theatre

Thursday, March 14th

Opening: “Kiss Me Kate” on Broadway from the Roundabout Theatre Company at Studio 54

Previews: “What the Constitution Means to Me” on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre

Friday, March 15th | The Ides of March

Previews: “Burn This” on Broadway at the Hudson Theatre

Saturday, March 16th

Previews: “Hillary and Clinton” on Broadway at the Golden Theatre

Sunday, March 17th

Closing: “True West” on Broadway from Roundabout

Closing: “The Light” Off-Broadway from MCC

Closing: “Colin Quinn: Red State Blue State” at the Minetta Lane Theatre

3) Legal Battle Surrounding “To Kill a Mockingbird” Continues

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