Today on Broadway: Wednesday, June 30, 2021


Spring Is For “Plaza Suite,” “MJ” Gets a New Star, Black Theatre United Offers Its “New Deal” 

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1) “Plaza Suite,” Starring Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, Sets New Broadway Dates

2) Ephraim Sykes Withdraws From Michael Jackson Musical “MJ”; Myles Frost Takes Over Title Role

3) In Other News

Geffen Playhouse Announces Upcoming Season Featuring Bryan Cranston and More

New York Theatre Workshop: COVID Ticket Initiative

Politician Steps In To Save Shooting “Wicked” Film In Georgia

Dr. Ruth Trying To Get Play About Her Life to Broadway

Black Theatre United Will Offer Reforms for Broadway in “New Deal”

“Six” Will Tour the U.S. in 2022

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

A Place for Us: Celebrating Trans and Nonbinary Artists in Musical Theatre

“The Many Saints Of Newark” – Official Trailer

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