Today on Broadway: Monday, August 14, 2023


Legendary Lyricist Tom Jones Dies, Start-Studded ‘Love Letters’ to Return, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Court Ruling

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1) ‘Fantasticks,’ ‘110 in the Shade’ Lyricist and Librettists Tom Jones Dies

2) Show and Casting News

Stars Join Limited Run of ‘Love Letters’

Intimate ‘Uncle Vanya’ Announces Final Extension

New Play with Music ’20 Seconds’ Announces Off-Broadway Run

‘A Eulogy for Roman’ Announces Extension at 59E59

Primary Stages Announces Cast for Theresa Rebecks’ ‘Dig’

Rachel Tucker to Be Alternate in London’s ‘Sunset Boulevard’

3) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 17

Previews: ‘El Mago Pop’ on Broadway (Opens, Sunday, Aug. 20)

Saturday, Aug. 19

Closing: ‘The Doctor’ Off-Broadway

Sunday, Aug. 20

Closing: ‘Just Like Us’ on Broadway

Closing: ‘Eisenhower: This Piece of Ground’ Off-Broadway

Closing: ‘Prejudice & Pride’ Off-Broadway

Closing: ‘FLEX’ Off-Broadway

Closing: ‘The Halfgod of Rainfall’ Off-Broadway

4) Judge Rules Aaron Sorkin’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Can Be Produced Across US

5) Sony Masterworks to Release Remastered Sondheim Albums

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