2014- 2015 Season

carlodowd
Stand-by
joined:5/3/13
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 07:59am
I know the Tonys were just on and this may be a bit early but iím very excited for next seasons shows,
So far we have:

Holler if you hear me
Last Ship
Finding Neverland
the 20th Century
The King and I
On Your Feet!
Hunchback (possible)
Honeymoon in Vegas

Any others iím missing?

Iím very Excited to See Kelli OíHara and Kristin Chenoweth and after the preview of Finding Neverland on the Tonys, that too! Anyone else?? :)
tazber
Broadway Legend
joined:5/10/05
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 08:03am
Wonderful Town
The Nutty Professor (supposedly)
....but the world goes 'round
Kad
Broadway Legend
joined:11/5/05
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 08:10am
Fun Home in the spring, supposedly.

Taz, don't you mean On the Town?
dreaming
Broadway Legend
joined:4/24/09
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 08:26am
Fun Home is supposed to come in the spring.

I thought "On Your Feet" was slated for the fall of 2015.
jnb9872
Broadway Legend
joined:11/24/08
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 08:34am
A DELICATE BALANCE
THE COUNTRY HOUSE
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME
THE ELEPHANT MAN
THE REAL THING
THE RIVER
THIS IS OUR YOUTH
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU

and possibly a Broadway engagement of DISGRACED? Is that still in the works at this point?
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SomehowSondheim
Swing
joined:12/31/13
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 08:56am
I'm very excited to see Holler if Ya Hear Me. Supposedly it's one of the best musical tributes in recent seasons, and I can see it being successful based off of how well Beautiful is doing as a Carole King Tribute. I don't know much about it at this point, but I'm seeing a lot of similarities with "In the Heights."
neonlightsxo
Broadway Star
joined:7/29/08
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 09:13am
SomehowSondheim, I was looking forward to HOLLER too. Until I saw it.
tazber
Broadway Legend
joined:5/10/05
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 11:12am
Ooops!

Yes, thank you Kad. I did mean On the Town.



....but the world goes 'round
Updated On: 6/10/14 at 11:12 AM
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 11:15am
"I'm very excited to see Holler if Ya Hear Me. Supposedly it's one of the best musical tributes in recent seasons, and I can see it being successful based off of how well Beautiful is doing as a Carole King Tribute. I don't know much about it at this point, but I'm seeing a lot of similarities with "In the Heights.""

Maybe you should read the thread of people who have seen the show and know that nothing you've said is correct. You'll be hard pressed to find anyone say it's one of the best musical tributes...in any season. The similarities between HOLLER and HEIGHTS are zero.
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gstrus2
Broadway Star
joined:5/27/12
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 11:15am
Hunchback is at Papermill next Spring, if Broadway is lined up for it, I'd assume its for 2015-2016 season.
dramamama611
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/07
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 11:21am
Broderick and Lane's Its Only a Play
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mjohnson2
Broadway Star
joined:11/2/13
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 02:43pm
DISGRACED is now confirmed for the Lyceum :)

Edit: changed Longacre to Lyceum (I always get them confused)
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Updated On: 6/10/14 at 02:43 PM
fyeahmaria
Chorus Member
joined:11/10/11
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 03:03pm
Don't you mean Lyceum?
Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty.
vtalum05
Understudy
joined:2/12/08
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 06:57pm
I was hoping that Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and The Bodyguard would transfer from The West End in the 2014-2015 season. Are they still both planned to eventually come?
Jonwo
Broadway Legend
joined:3/16/06
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/10/14 at 10:35pm
Charlie won't likely transfer until late 2015/early 2016 due to Sam Mendes' availability, I'm sure Warner Bros will be looking for a theatre, it needs a big theatre so the Broadway, Lyric, St James and Palace are all possibilities.
carlodowd
Stand-by
joined:5/3/13
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/14/14 at 03:05pm
Honeymoon in Vegas is officially confirmed!
Dessie
Understudy
joined:7/4/12
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/14/14 at 04:54pm
George Takei in the Design magazine in the Sunday Times announced that Allegiance is coming to Broadway in the fall-
gstrus2
Broadway Star
joined:5/27/12
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/14/14 at 05:08pm
If Allegiance is coming, which theatre will it take?
Dessie
Understudy
joined:7/4/12
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/14/14 at 05:36pm
George may have been putting the cart before the horse
ryandl15
Swing
joined:12/21/11
2014- 2015 Season
Posted: 6/14/14 at 10:59pm
I definitely hope that Charlie and the Chocolate Factory makes its way over. I love the recording.

Same for Allegiance - which house would it take?

And - on a limb here - still hopeful for Rebecca.