Today on Broadway: Tuesday, November 16, 2021


Ricamora Is Suddenly Seymour, “Spring Awakening” Reunion Gets A Doc, Alan Toy Is FDR, Tiny Desk Concert Gets Some “Company”

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1) Top Headlines

Conrad Ricamora Will Take Over Seymour in Off-Broadway Cast of “Little Shop of Horrors”

“Spring Awakening” Reunion Concert Will Be Subject Of HBO Documentary; Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele Among Original Cast Returning

Alan Toy Joins “Annie Live!” As President Franklin Delano Roosevelt


2) “Assassins” Opens Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company

3) In Other News

One-Week Extension Announced for “Cullud Wattah” at The Public Theater

Soho Rep Extends “While You Were Partying”

“Chicago” Announces 25th Anniversary Celebration Events

4) Recommendations

West Side Story (2021) “Falling” Spot

“Company” Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

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