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2020-2021 Touring Season  May 15 2020, 10:56:08 PM

MattieIce2018 said: "From a cast member's instagram: The first national tour of Summer has closed.

Is the tour going out next year as non-equity? Or second national? Or just getting a new cast. TPAC just rescheduled what was supposed to be here in 2 weeks to  July 6-11, 2021.

Social Distance Seating Plans  Apr 28 2020, 12:32:18 PM

Their actual seating map shows some signal seats available in rows with odd numbers of seats.

Victory Gardens' FUN HOME will stream online for two weeks  Apr 18 2020, 01:57:04 PM

Valentina3 said: "Any word on timeline for this?"

A response on instagram says "More details to come soon, but the expected date is May 12-24!"

National Tours / Venues postponing or canceling stops due to CoronaVirus  Apr 4 2020, 10:53:21 PM

Charlie and the chocolate factory has cancelled through their June dates. They were then and still are scheduled to resume later this year (I think november). 

National Tours / Venues postponing or canceling stops due to CoronaVirus  Mar 13 2020, 11:35:00 PM

TPAC (Nashville) has closed through 4/12 as well. 

Only broadway postponed/cancelled (they haven't said) is a weekend of The Color Purple. I guess you might count the first week of Spamilton: An American Parody.

Jesus Christ Superstar revival on tour  Mar 3 2020, 02:21:52 PM

TPAC has canceled opening night here of JCS because of the tornado last night. Hopefully it'll play the rest of the week (and the lottery is lucky! lol)

2020-2021 Touring Season  Feb 22 2020, 11:11:21 PM

TPAC (Nashville, TN) Annoucement

July 14-19: What the Constitution Means to Me*
July 28 - August 2: Come From Away
Aug 11-16: Ain’t Too Proud
Sept 15-20: Les Misérables*
Nov 3-8: 1776
Nov 17-22: Mean Girls
Feb 3-27: Disney's The Lion King
March 2-7: The Band's Visit
June 15-20: Aida
May 25-30: The Prom


all this info is publicly on their website despite the official announcement tomorrow

2020-2021 Touring Season  Feb 7 2020, 10:51:02 PM

JudyDenmark said: "Anyone know when Nashville announces?"

As posted earlier in the thread. 2/23 at 10 am. But if it's like the last few years it'll leak early. And I'm assuming you've the teaser.

2020-2021 Touring Season  Feb 3 2020, 03:50:40 PM

Nashville (TPAC) set to announce on February 23rd at 10 am.

Original cast of THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL to film show for Nickelodeon?  Dec 17 2019, 11:50:40 AM

SeanMartin2 said: "darreyl102 said: "Bumping this up because I couldn't find another thread about it. How much of the show was cut? It's wiki page is kind of confusing."

As noted about fifteen minutes, but it was done very carefully: a line here, a line there, so it's pretty much the entire show minus a bit of extraneous dialogue.

Unless you watched one of the two hour reruns where they cut substantially more: No Control, Da

Spongebob Tour Cast Rumor  Dec 4 2019, 11:32:22 PM

Det95 said: "Does anyone know if all the tour stops have a lottery? If there is one I’d like to enter when it’s in Detroit at the end of the month, but I haven’t seen anything regarding a lottery."

It does not require a lottery like DEH, Wicked, and BOM so it's gonna depend on the venue.

Wicked tour lottery  Sep 22 2019, 04:31:16 PM

I think Wicked is one of the few tours that has an in-person lottery required by the producers. And that it's always the "Two and one-half hours prior to each performance, people who present themselves at the theater will have their names placed in a lottery drum; 30 minutes later, names will be drawn for a limited number of orchestra seats at $25 each, cash only. This lottery is available only in-person at the box office, with a limit of two tickets per person. Lottery participants

2019-2020 Touring Season  Apr 15 2019, 11:12:46 AM

Broadwaygirl202 said: "I am also curious if Nashville is getting Come From Away, as well as Spongebob and Summer. Please PM me."

From what I've been able to gather:

No to Come From Away and Spongebob.

Yes to Summer.

Also to the earlier post that said the first show in the season is similarly priced to Hamilton that's got to be Dear Evan Hansen.

RENT Live on Fox  Jan 28 2019, 09:50:18 PM

GavestonPS said: "CarlosAlberto said: "Miles2Go2 said: "CarlosAlberto said: "HAIRLIVE is on NBC, not FOX"

Oh, my bad. I saw the ad tonight on Fox and assumed it would be on Fox.

They ran a commercial for an NBC show on FOX? Highly unlikely.

I would have said the same thing, Carlos, but I saw ads for RENT LIVE on various networks. I rarely watch Fox (its shows just don't interest me, as a r

2019-2020 Touring Season  Nov 1 2018, 10:09:00 AM

tourboi said: "CATS is definitely a multi-year tour.

Honolulu has announced for those keeping track. This is their first (ever?) broadway series... they've gotten the occasional one-at-a-time bookings in the past of bigger shows (Wicked, Lion King, etc) every few years but never a subscription season with more than one show lined up. So this is exciting for the touring world.

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA - Aug 7-Sept 1, 2019

ILLUSIONISTS - Oct 23-2, 2019<

Rent 20th Anniversary Tour  Oct 28 2018, 10:03:29 PM

You know it's bad when during the opening number, a stage hand has to walk a handout mic out to a character because theirs doesn't work....

Touring production prices  Oct 18 2018, 04:59:35 PM
Nashville has started doing a lot of general $25-30 rush tickets recently for pretty much everything ranging from an almost sold out Sound of Music (random singles) to being able to seat any size group with reasonable seats for a poorly sold School of Rock. Beyond that you can almost always get some sort of university or corporate part discount (usually 15% off). I wonder since they are an independent theater (ie not Broadway Across America), if that gives them a little more flexibility in terms

Book of Mormon staging question  Jul 23 2018, 05:50:20 PM

KFC1991 said: "Thanks guys. Unfortunately, the lottery in my city had to be entered two weeks ago! I'm super disappointed, since every other lottery here is drawn the day before the show.

There are plenty of full view seats, but they are far away from the stage. I'll be seeing this in an (egad!) 4,600 seat theater.

Are you sure that they aren't doing a day of lottery as well? I'm pretty sure that they are required to do a day of lottery fo

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child July 26,27 premium Tickets for sale. Make offer!  Jul 23 2018, 02:01:31 PM

A new post probably isn't going to get you any further along.

Have you tried stubhub or another resale site?

Love Never Dies tour  Jul 22 2018, 10:24:27 PM

Is it the only National tour you've ever seen? 

It's not outstanding, but I've seen several worse.

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