Yep, "Oslo" in Chicago is a local production (Time Line Theatre).
I also recently got some clarification as to the "Once" tour: the production at the CLO in Pittsburgh this summer is a local one, but the one announced in El Paso's season should be a new touring production.
Just got a look-see at the season for Charlotte (officially announcing on Sunday) and it's a packed house for sure (16 shows)! Like Chicago, they're announcing shows into 2021 but they're still being advertised as being part of the 19/20 season. Unlike Chicago, Charlotte's probably doing this because of the new PAC in Greensboro opening up, and they're announcing their (inaugural) 20/21 season on April 12 with "Wicked" being part of that season (hi
kyguy78 said: "Cincinnati announces this evening and it looks like Mean Girls will be one of the shows.Tee Boyich is out doing press and posted pics from Cincinnati last night on her Instagram story. There was also a tease for the announcement that said something like "the princesses in your family will be excited" so I'm assuming that's going to be Anastasia or Frozen."
Although I can't divulge the season until 7 tonight, I can confirm that Mea
Boston's part of the upcoming Monday Mania on March 11th. Also included (at least): Pittsburgh, Tempe, Appleton, Seattle's 5th Ave, and Fayetteville. (For those using the sheets from post #1, please be patient! It'll be updated as quickly as possible!)
My rep at the Benedum in Pittsburgh has intimated that Hamilton will be coming back there. I'm not sure if it's next season or the one after, but at least it's confirmed to be returning. All will be revealed on Monday.
Mean Girls is heading to Chicago's Nederlander Theatre this December. Dates: Dec 25, 2019-Jan 26, 2020. Per the release:
Tickets are available now for groups of 10 or more by calling Broadway In Chicago Group Sales at (312) 977-1710 or emailing GroupSales@BroadwayInChicago.com. Mean Girls will be part of the next Broadway In Chicago season, on sale this spring. Fo
Jeffrey Karasarides said: "The Durham Performing Arts Center hasn't announced their 2019-20 season yet, though they did just announce that the national tour ofAladdin will be coming from October 2nd-26th."
True! And tickets are going on sale on March 7th, which leads me to believe they will have announced the rest of their season by then.
-On another note, Birmingham, AL is announcing their season shortly and it'll include OOTI (Dec 13-15
A rep at the SHN told me that they plan on making an announcement date this week. The plan is to announce either the last week of March or first week of April. They're still finalizing all of the details. Their season will have 5 shows and two have already been revealed (The Band's Visit and Mean Girls).
I'm sorry! I should have included the message direct from the release...
"CHICAGO (February 14, 2019) –The Michael Jackson Estate and Columbia Live Stage announced today that the new musical Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough will now have its world premiere on Broadway, when it opens in Summer of 2020, foregoing it’s pre-Broadway engagement