Hurry Up and See Some Shows…Closing Soon on Broadway…

January usually marks the ending of many a Broadway show, but this season has more than the usual number of closings. Some have celebrated long runs but a few literally just opened; either way, if you were hoping to catch any of these, get moving! The Scottsboro Boys Closes Dec 12 Get Tickets Bloody Bloody…

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Opening, Closing, Cast Changes and Albums: A Summer News Roundup

Summers are generally fairly slow on Broadway, with many recovering or reveling in the Tony Award results, hot weather and summer tourists; there's still plenty going on, but not much in the way of news. There have been a couple exciting announcements, which are well worth sharing (thus this entry). If you want to get…

Post-Tony Broadway News Recap

[picapp align="none" wrap="false" link="term=tony+awards&iid=9110254" src="http://view4.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9110254/64th-annual-tony-awards/64th-annual-tony-awards.jpg?size=500&imageId=9110254" width="195" height="294" /] Whew ... still recovering from the Tony Awards. Everyone thought Sean Hayes did a wonderful job as host (some ranking him higher than NPH), but overall found the ceremony to be a bit soul-less and not as much about Broadway as about celebrity (Hunter Foster has even…

April News Roundup

An awful lot has happened this month on the Great White Way - numerous shows have opened, squeezing in just in time for award consideration, and there's been lots of exciting announcements and good old controversy. If you've been hiding under a rock, here's what you've missed: The Addams Family opened to dismal reviews, while…

Next to Normal wins the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

Next to Normal has officially won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, lauded by the jury for "expand[ing] the scope of subject matter for musicals." The musical joins the ranks of Of Thee I Sing, South Pacific, Fiorello, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, A Chorus Line, Sunday in the Park with George…

Delays, transfers, replacements, closings and even some happy news!

That's right, it's time for another massive news roundup. There's a lot to catch up on, so without any further ado, here we go... The Broadway premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies will open at the Neil Simon Theater in the spring of 2011 due to some health complications of ALW's part. The…

New Musicals, News, Casting, Cast Albums, TV Appearances and More

New Musicals and Transfers The Michael Grandage-directed production of Evita, which opened at London's Adelphi Theatre in June 2006 is officially heading to Broadway next year. Elena Roger, who starred in the West End production, will repeat her performance in the Broadway remount. Rumor has it that Ricky Martin is in talks to play Che,…