Today on Broadway: Monday, March 18, 2019


Listen: “Waitress'” Next Dr. Pomatter all but Confirmed, Broadway Bound “Flamingo Kid” Reveals Cast, the Mystery of the Broadway Pooper


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This Week on Broadway for March 17, 2019

Roundabout’s Revival of “True West” Closed on Broadway

Original Cast of “Cursed Child” Departed Yesterday

1) “Waitress” Teases Next Dr. Pomatter

Highlights from Jeremy Jordan and Seth Rudetsky at The Town Hall

Jeremy Jordan Sings “She Used to Be Mine” at Miscast 2018

2) Lesli Margherita, Marc Kudish Lead Work Session of Broadway-Bound “The Flamingo Kid”

3) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, March 18

Opening: “Nantucket Sleigh Ride” Off-Broadway from Lincoln Center Theatre

Tuesday, March 19

Previews: “Oklahoma!” on Broadway at Circle in the Square

Wednesday, March 20

Opening: “White Noise” Off-Broadway at the Public Theatre

Previews: “I Married an Angel” from New York City Center Encores

Thursday, March 21

Opening: “Ain’t Too Proud” on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre

Previews: “The Cradle Will Rock” Off-Broadway from the Classic Stage Company

Friday, March 22

Previews: “Hadestown” on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre

Previews: “The Lehman Trilogy” at Park Avenue Armory

Sunday, March 24

Closing: “Boesman and Lena” Off-Broadway from Signature Theatre

Closing: “Hurricane Diane” Off-Broadway from WP Theater and NYTW

4) Recommendations

Highlights from [title of show] Reunion Concert

Laura Benanti and a Special Guest Visit Colbert

Broadway Tries to Uncover the Mystery Pooper

5) In Other News

Peter Polycarpou to join Kelsey Grammer in “Man of LaMancha”

Playwrights Horizons Extends “If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka”

Cast Announced for Musical Mondays’ “Dogfight” Concert


Jeremy Jordan (“Supergirl”) performs “She Used to Be Mine” from WAITRESS
Published on Mar 27, 2018
MCC Theater’s annual MisCast gala is one of the most exciting and unique theater events in town. Broadway’s hottest stars perform songs from roles in which they would never be cast.

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