Today on Broadway: Monday, November 14, 2022


Reviews for ‘Old Man & The Pool,’ ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ What’s On Stage Awards to Go Genderless, ‘Lion King’ Celebrates 25 Years on Broadway with Tiny Desk, Short Film

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Review Recap: “Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & The Pool” Opens on Broadway

1) Reviews Are in for “Kimberly Akimbo” on Broadway


2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Tuesday, Nov. 15

Opening: “the bandaged place” Off-Broadway from Roundabout Theatre Company

Opening: “Camp Siegfried” Off-Broadway from 2nd Stage

Opening: “Downstate” Off-Broadway from Playwrights Horizons

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Opening: “Plays for the Plague Year” Off-Broadway from The Public Theater

Thursday, Nov. 17

Opening: “& Juliet” on Broadway

Previews: “The Far Country” Off-Broadway from the Atlantic Theatre Company

Sunday, Nov. 20

Opening: “KPOP” on Broadway

Closing: “Walking with Ghosts” on Broadway

3) In Other News

“A Sherlock Carol” Announces Full Details of Off-Broadway Return

WhatsOnStage Awards go gender-free in performance categories as nominations open

Tonya Pinkins Open Letter to New York Times’ Jesse Green

THR: Rising Costs, Changing Audience Behavior Hold Back Broadway’s Rebound

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

“The Lion King” Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Tiny Desk Concert, Short Film

Tiny Desk Concert:

Short Film:

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