Today on Broadway: Wednesday, April 24, 2019


Listen: Reviews are in for “Tootsie,” Nominations are in for Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Britney Spears/Feminist Fairy Tale Show is the Least Crazy Jukebox Musical we Discuss Today!


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1) Reviews are in for the Broadway Premiere of “Tootsie”

Highlights from Broadway’s “Tootsie”

New York Time: Review: Arthur Miller’s ‘All My Sons,’ With All Its Seams Showing

Vulture: All About the Men in All My Sons

2) The Outer Critics Circle Announce their 2019 Nominees–Updating-Live-20190423

3) Broadway Show and Casting News

Shoshana Bean and Jeremy Jordan Extend in “Waitress”

Blair Brown withdraws from “The Ferryman,” Fionnula Flanagan has Extended her Run

“Ink” Extends on Broadway through June 23rd

“Broadway Bounty Hunter” Announces Off-Broadway Casting

4) Jukebox Musical News

Sony Nabs Screen Rights to Britney Spears Musical

Destiny’s Child Musical in the Works, but with an Uncomfortable Twist

Lynne Nottage, Christopher Wheeldon Awkwardly Discuss Michael Jackson Musical

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