Today on Broadway: Monday, January 17, 2022


WSJ Critic Terry Teachout Dies, ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ Concert to Be Filmed, Ariana DeBose Hosts ‘SNL’

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1) Covid’s On-going Theatrical Impact

New York Times: Now Is the Winter of Broadway’s Discontent

CBS 2: ‘Running A Show On Broadway Is A Challenge In The Best Of Circumstances’: ‘Girl From The North Country’ Producer Discusses Decision To Close Acclaimed New Musical

“Hamilton” Los Angeles Run to End in March

Performers from Multiple Companies Come to Together for “Come from Away” Tour

2) Wall Street Journal Theatre Critic Terry Teachout Passes Away at 65

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3) This Week’s Theatrical Openings

Four Shows Ended Broadway Runs on Sunday

Sunday, Jan. 23

Closing: “Girl from the North Country” on Broadway

Closing: “Slave Play” on Broadway

4) In Other News

NYTW Announces Three New Companies-In-Residence

New Musical from [title of show] Team to Get World Premiere

London “Bonnie & Clyde” Concert to Be Filmed for Release

5) Feel-Good Recommendation

Ariana DeBose Hosts Saturday Night Live

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