Today on Broadway: Wednesday, March 11, 2020


Major Coronavirus Updates, Trans Actor Casting Controversy at Donmar’s “Breakfast on Pluto,” Bryan Cranston’s Directorial Debut

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1) Coronavirus Updates

Scott Rudin Makes All Tickets to his Shows For March

All Remaining March Tickets for Menier Chocolate Factory’s “Indecent” to Be Sold at £20

How To Exchange Or Cancel Your Broadway Tickets Due To Coronavirus Travel Cancellations

Equity Releases Updated Audition Guidance for Coronavirus; EPA Sign Up Strike Policy

Peter Marks Tweet

“Come from Away” Postpones China Tour

Yale Rep to Limit Audience for “A Raisin in the Sun” to Just 100 People

2) Trans Actor Casting Controversy Surrounds Donmar Warehouse’s “Breakfast on Pluto”

Trans Actress Kate O’Donnell Departs “Breakfast on Pluto” Over Controversy

3) Review Roundups

“Endlings” from New York Theatre Workshop

“Fly” at La Jolla Playhouse

Isabelle McCalla Joins Chicago Lyric theatre’s “42nd Street”

4) Recommendations

Brian Stoke Mitchell, Kate Baldwin Rehearse “Love Life”

Hillary Clinton Speaks at Women’s Day on Broadway

5) Show and Casting News

Bryan Cranston to Make Directorial Debut at Geffen Playhouse

Lucie Jones, David Hunter to Return to West End “Waitress”

Reworked “Romy and Michele” to Hold Workshop Ahead of Off-Broadway Run

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