Today on Broadway: Monday, October 4, 2021


“SIX” Reviews are Finally In, “Aladdin” Shuts Down for Over a Week, Broadway Stars at Kennedy Center Special

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1) “SIX” Finally Opens on Broadway; Critics Weigh In

2) “Aladdin” Cancels Performances Until Oct. 12

Broadway League Extend Vaccination, Mask Requirements through 2021


3) Show and Casting News

Jodie Cromer to Make West End Debut in “Prima Facie” Next Spring

Ming-Na Wen, Missi Pyle to Lead “Indigo Gils” Jukebox Movie Musical “Glitter & Doom”

Tim Federle to Direct, Madhuri Shekar to Pen “Sister Act 3”

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

Kinnunen, McCalla Reunite for “The Prom” Karaoke

Watch “The Kennedy Center at 50” Featuring Audra McDonald, Joshua Henry, Kelli O’Hara, “Soft Power,” More

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