Today on Broadway: Monday, April 1, 2019


Listen: Reviews for “What the Constitution Means to Me” and “The Lehman Trilogy” and Patti LuPone Joins Twitter (Not an April Fool’s Joke)


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This Week on Broadway for March 31, 2019: Ain’t Too Proud / Be More Chill

Patti LuPone Officially Joins Twitter

1) “What the Constitution Means to Me” Officially Opens on Broadway

“What the Constitution Means to Me” Officially Extends on Broadway

New York’s Theater Critic and Supreme Court Correspondent Discuss What the Constitution Means to Me

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, April 1st

Closing: We are the Tigers Off-Broadway

Tuesday, April 2nd

Previews: Ink on Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre from the Manhattan Theatre Club

Previews: Socrates Off-Broadway at the Public Theater

Wednesday, April 3rd

Opening: The Cradle will Rock Off-Broadway at the Classic Stage Company

Thursday, April 4th

Opening: King Lear on Broadway at the Cort Theatre

Previews: All My Sons on Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre from the Roundabout Theatre Company

Previews: Benny and Joon at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Milburn New Jersey

Sunday, April 7th  

Opening: Oklahoma! On Broadway at the Circle in the Square

Closing: Kinky Boots on Broadway

Closing: The Other Josh Cohen Off-Broadway

Closing: Alice By Heart Off-Broadway

Closing: Marys Seacole Off-Broadway

3) “The Lehman Trilogy” Opens Off-Broadway

4) Recommendations

Ben Platt and Sara Bareilles Duet on “Carpool Karaoke”

Five Genies Celebrate “Aladdin’s” Fifth Anniversary on Broadway

5) In Other News

“Bat out of Hell” Cancels Tour Stops Prior to New York City Run

Stars Set for Hollywood Bowl’s “The Little Mermaid”

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