Today on Broadway: Friday, June 21, 2019

Listen: Two Teen Favorite Shows Announce Closing, Three New Shows Announce Broadway Plans, Mamet’s Weinstein Play Gets What it Deserves!


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1) “Be More Chill” Announces August Closing

“Puffs” Announces Off-Broadway Closing this Summer

2) Three Shows Announce Broadway Plans

Ian McKellen to Bring One Man Show to Hudson for One-Night Only

Tracy Letts’ “The Minutes” to Come to Broadway in February

“Slave Play” to Come to Broadway in September

3) Show and Casting News

The Public Announces Cast for “Hercules”

Javier Munoz to Lead MTC’s “The New Englanders”

Broadway Company of “What the Constitution Means to Me” to Play the Kennedy Center

Theatre for a New Audience Announces Season

4) Recommendations

Dave Malloy Launches Kickstarter for “Octet” Cast Album

James Corden Performs “Les Miserables” Crosswalk the Musical in Paris Streets

Beyonce and Donald Glover Sing “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” In “The Lion King” Teaser

The Interval Announces Closing

5) In Other News

Broadway Barks Cancels 2019 Edition Due to Construction

David Mamet’s Harvey Weinstein Play “Bitter Wheat” Gets Shit on by Critics

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