Today on Broadway: Friday, March 25, 2022


“POTUS” Moves Opening, More Stars Head “Into the Woods,” Grammys to Salute Sondheim

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1) Show and Casting News

“POTUS” Moves Up Opening to Fit into 2021-22 Season

Tviet, Mendoza, Mutu, Rojas to Depart “Moulin Rouge” in May

Benton, Creel, Harada, More Join Encores’ “Into the Woods”

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2) Theatre on Screen News

Theatre Stars to Celebrate Sondheim at the Grammys

Pamela Anderson Documentary to Include Road to “Chicago”

Mae Whitman to Lead “Up Here” Musical Series on Hulu

3) In Other News

Lucille Lortel Awards Announce Dates, Honorees

Taron Egerton to Miss Week of “Cock” Due to COVID

Drama Book Shop Launches E-Commerce Site

4) Feel-Good Recommendation

First Look at “Funny Girl” Sitzprobe

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