Today on Broadway: Monday, August 29, 2022


Tony Nominee And MCC Co-Founder Robert LuPone Dies, “Waitress” Capture Almost Completed, Ella Fitzgerald Musical In The Works

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1) MCC Co-Founder, Tony-Nominated Broadway Star Robert LuPone Dies

2) Show and Casting News

“Waitress” Pro-Tape in Post-Production

Ella Fitzgerald Musical with Book by Anna Deavere Smith in Development

Danny DeVito, Daughter Lucy Working on Play Aiming for New York

Broadway for Racial Justice to Present “Theatricalized” Version of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”

3) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

“Mr. Saturday Night” Closes

“Into the Woods” Revival Cast Departs

4) Feel-Good Recommendation

Washington Post Profile of Kennedy Kanagawa

Lillias White in Rehearsals for “Hadestown”

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