Today on Broadway: Monday, November 28, 2022


‘KPOP,’ ‘Christmas Carol’ Reviews; Star-Studded ‘Chess’ Concert; Grace’s Thoughts on Recent Shows

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KPOP Review Round-Up

1) Reviews for Jefferson Mays’ One-Man ‘A Christmas Carol’

2) Show and Casting News

Criss, Hall, Karimloo, Pfeiffer to Lead ‘Chess’ Benefit Concert

Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” to Finally Make Broadway Debut in 2023

3) This Week’s Broadway Schedule

Sunday, Nov. 27

Opening: ‘KPOP’ Has Official Broadway Press Opening

Wednesday, Nov. 30

Previews: ‘The Collaboration’ Begins Performances on Broadway from Manhattan Theatre Club

Previews: ‘Between Riverside and Crazy’ Begins Performances on Broadway from Second Stage

Thursday, Dec. 1

Opening: ‘Ain’t No Mo’ Opens on Broadway

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

Thanksgiving Day Parade Performances

Nicole Kidman Bids on ‘The Music Man’ Item for BC/EFA

5) Grace Recaps Recent Shows She’s Seen

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