Today on Broadway: Tuesday, April 12, 2022


De Shields To Depart “Hadestown,” Astin Is Suddenly Seymour, COVID Cancellation Updates, New “Assassins” Recording Video

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Review Recap: “The Little Prince” Opens on Broadway

Manhole fire causes panic at “Birthday Candles” opening night

1) Show + Casting News

André De Shields Set to Depart “Hadestown”

Skylar Astin Is the Next Seymour in Off-Broadway’s “Little Shop of Horrors”

World Premiere of Somi Kakoma’s “Dreaming Zenzile” at NYTW/National Black Theatre Sets Cast

“Suffs” to Play at The Public Through May in 3rd Extension

2) COVID Show Cancellations/Updates

“Plaza Suite” Returns, Announces Extension

“Paradise Square” Cancels Performances Through April 15

LCT’s “At the Wedding” on Hiatus Through April 17

“Macbeth” Resumes Performances on April 12

“A Strange Loop” Pushes First Performance to April 12

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Brandon Uranowitz, Will Swenson, Steven Pasquale, and Judy Kuhn Sing “Gun Song” from “Assassins”

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