Today on Broadway: Monday, April 22, 2019


Listen: “Gary” Opens on Broadway to Decidedly Mixed Reviews! The Final Week of the Broadway Season is Upon Us! “Octet” Extends Before Performances Begin!


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This Week on Broadway for April 21, 2019: Hadestown

1) Reviews are in for “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus”

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Monday, April 22nd

Opening: “All My Sons”

Tuesday, April 23rd

Nominations: 69th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards Julie Halston & Michael Urie at 11:00am ET

Opening: “Tootsie”

Wednesday, April 24th

Opening: “Ink”

Thursday, April 25th

Nominations: 64th Annual Drama Desks on NY1 “Live at Noon”

Opening: “Beetlejuice”

Friday, April 26th

Nominations: Chita Rivera Awards

3) In Other News

Signature Extends Dave Malloy’s “Octet”

New York Times: ‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Criticizes Capitalism, at $2,000 a Seat

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