Starting tomorrow, October 17 at 10am, Anastasia will launch a new box office rush policy. The production will release ten $42 tickets available at the box office each morning on a first come, first serve basis. On two show days, both shows' rush tickets will be on sale at 10am.Tony Winner Roy Dotrice Passes Away at 94 October 16, 2017
According to The Washington Post, British actor Roy Dotrice died in his London home on Monday at age 94. Dotrice has played many theater and television roles, notably Leopold Mozart in the Oscar-winning film Amadeus. He received a Tony Award in 2000 for his role in the Broadway revival of A Moon for the Misbegotten.Migguel Anggelo's Solo Show Responding to the Pulse Tragedy Debuts this Month October 16, 2017
Migguel Anggelo, a regular of Joe's Pub has written a new piece in response to last year's shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The piece, titled Welcome to La Misa, Baby, will debut at the Clemente Theater in New York City as part of the theater's Fearless series. The series will feature work by members of the LGBTQ community that were written in response to the Pulse tragedy.Live Like LuPone! Patti LuPone's Former Connecticut Home is For Sale October 11, 2017
According to countryliving.com, a farmhouse in Kent, Connecticut that was once home to Patti LuPone is now for sale! The classic cabin-style home is on top of a plateau giving it a perfect view of the mountains. The home also includes an authentic Civil War-era cabin, which serves as a guest house and pool house.VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Calls Trump 'Desperate Cheeto' in New Song Parody October 11, 2017
Vulture recently published a piece featuring Dave Malloy, creator of Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. Malloy commented on how he is still processing everything that happened with the show, including the controversy surrounding Oak Onaodowan and Mandy Patinkin, who ultimately backed out of the role because of the backlash he and the show were receiving.Welcome Dearies! Meet HELLO, DOLLY!'s New Stars September 8, 2017
It was recently announced that three-time Tony winner Bernadette Peters will take over as Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!, opposite Victor Garber as Horace Vandergelder. Ms. Peters will begin performances Saturday evening, January 20, 2018, prior to a Thursday, February 22 opening night. A new block of tickets goes on sale, via Telecharge.com and Shubert Theatre box office, Saturday, September 9, at 10:00 A.M. (ET). Check out some videos of past performances by the new stars!What's the Use of Wondrin? Meet the Broadway-Bound Cast of CAROUSEL September 6, 2017
It was recently announced that Carousel will begin performances at the Imperial Theatre next spring, starringBetsy Wolfeas Carrie Pipperidge,Alexander Gemignanias Enoch Snow, andMargaret Colinas Mrs. Mullin. This is in addition to the previous casting announcement that includesJoshua Henryas Billy Bigelow, Jessie Muelleras Julie Jordan, Renee Fleming as Nettie Fowler, Amar Ramasaras Jigger, and Brittany Pollock as Louise. Check out some videos of what the stars were doing before Carousel!Tony Nominee Lynn Nottage Featured on Politico's List of 50 Ideas Blowing Up American Politics September 6, 2017
Politco recently published its list of 50 Ideas Blowing Up American Politics (and the People Behind Them), and playwright Lynn Nottage was featured for her play Sweat. Sweat focuses on telling the stories of the downtrodden steelworkers in Pennsylvania.Happy Trails: THE GREAT COMET Shines Last Light on Broadway Today September 3, 2017
Public Works is presenting a reimagined musical adaptation of the Shakespeare classic As You Like It, September 1-5 at the Delacorte Theatre. Rebecca Naomi Jones, who plays Rosalind in this production, recently chatted with BroadwayWorld about her experiences working on the show, why she loves doing Shakespeare, and what she finds so magical about Public Works. Check out the full interview!BWW Flashback: MARVIN'S ROOM Takes Final Broadway Bow Today! August 27, 2017
Marvin's Room concludes its run today, August 27, after 91 performances.
Take a look at the show's journey before we say goodbye!