BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012

BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 6 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events!

SHOWS THAT OPENED ON THIS DATE:

OPENING SOON:
Stinkykids The Musical
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/7/12

Fela!
(Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/12/12

Dogfight
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/16/12

Tiny Bubbles
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/16/12

Skippyjon Jones
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/25/12

New Girl in Town
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/26/12

Spamalot
(West End - 2012)
opening 7/31/12

Undisputed Truth
(Broadway - 2012)
opening 7/31/12

Bring It On: The Musical
(Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/1/12

The Last Smoker in America
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/2/12

Bullet For Adolf
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/8/12

The Book of Mormon
(US Tour - 2012)
opening 8/14/12

The Train Driver
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/14/12

Soul Sister
(West End - 2012)
opening 8/23/12

Detroit
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/24/12

Heartless
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 8/27/12

The Bodyguard
(West End - 2012)
opening 9/1/12

Red Dog Howls
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 9/4/12

Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
opening 9/6/12

CLOSING SOON:
Mame
(East Haddam, CT (Regional) - 2012)
closing 7/7/12

The Columnist
(Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/8/12

Macbeth
(New York - 2012)
closing 7/14/12

Closer Than Ever
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/14/12

Gatz
(West End - 2012)
closing 7/15/12

Antigone
(West End - 2012)
closing 7/21/12

The Bad and the Better
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/21/12

A Streetcar Named Desire
(Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/22/12

Cock
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/22/12

Democracy
(West End - 2012)
closing 7/28/12

The Sunshine Boys
(West End - 2012)
closing 7/28/12

The Common Pursuit
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/29/12

Love Goes to Press
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/29/12

Slowgirl
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 7/29/12

Fela!
(Broadway - 2012)
closing 8/4/12

Posh
(West End - 2012)
closing 8/4/12

Memphis: A New Musical
(Broadway - 2009)
closing 8/5/12

Triassic Parq
(Off-Broadway - 2012)
closing 8/5/12

Harvey
(Broadway - 2012)
closing 8/5/12

COMING UP:

BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Saturday July 7, 2012:
Alan Cumming, July 5–14, at the Lincoln Center Festival. Tony Award–winning actor Alan Cumming returns to Lincoln Center Festival with a virtuoso performance in a bold reimagining of Shakespeare's chilling tale of desire, ambition, and the supernatural.">Alan Cumming's MACBETH Opens at the Lincoln Center Festival
BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Sunday July 8, 2012:
ANYTHING GOES Takes Final Bow on Broadway
BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Sunday July 8, 2012:
Broadway Workshop Series Announces SMASH Workshop
BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Monday July 9, 2012:
La Jolla Playhouse just announced that The Nightingale, by the creative team behind the Tony Award-winning musical Spring Awakening: Steven Sater (book and lyrics) and Duncan Sheik (music), directed by Tony Award nominee Moises Kaufman (33 Variations), will be part of The Playhouse's 2012/2013 season. Running in the Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre July 10 – August 5, 2012, The Nightingale will be presented as part of The Playhouse's acclaimed Page To Stage Play Development Program.">Sater & Sheik's NIGHTINGALE to Play La Jolla in July
BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Thursday July 12, 2012:
Universal Pictures Stage Productions/Glenn Ross, Beacon Communications/Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons and Executive Producers Kristin Caskey and Mike Isaacson announced today that the new musical comedy Bring It On: The Musical will open on Broadway on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at The St. James Theatre (246 W. 44th Street) direct from a 13-city National Tour, for a 12-week limited engagement through Sunday, October 7, 2012. Previews are set to begin Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 8pm.">BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL Opens Broadway Previews
BWW's On This Day - July 6, 2012 Thursday July 12, 2012:
Christina DeCicco, the "Eva" alternate in the new Broadway production of EVITA, will perform the title role for 14 performances, July 12–19 and August 11–18, while Elena Roger is on vacation. With the exception of Saturday, August 11, when Elena Roger will perform the matinee, Jessica Lea Patty will step into the role for the Wednesday evening and Saturday matinee performances during these periods, performing July 18 & August 15 at 8pm, and July 14 & August 18 at 2pm.">DeCicco & Patty to Fill in as 'Eva' in EVITA



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