Around The Town

Broadway Update

                                      By: David Sheward
No sooner do we get over the Oscars than it’s time to start thinking about the Tonys…and the Drama Desks…and the Lortels..and the Outer Critics. In

Hamilton

vitations to the final rush of Broadway shows have begun to pour in. March and April are looking very crowded as we approach the Tony cut-off date of April 23. Of course the hottest ticket in town isn’t on Broadway. Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s rap-hip-hop treatment of the controversial founding father, is such a smash at the Public, it’s moving to Broadway in the summer. Will it be remembered for the 2016 Tonys?

                                      By: David Sheward
No sooner do we get over the Oscars than it’s time to start thinking about the Tonys…and the Drama Desks…and the Lortels..and the Outer Critics. In

Hamilton

vitations to the final rush of Broadway shows have begun to pour in. March and April are looking very crowded as we approach the Tony cut-off date of April 23. Of course the hottest ticket in town isn’t on Broadway. Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s rap-hip-hop treatment of the controversial founding father, is such a smash at the Public, it’s moving to Broadway in the summer. Will it be remembered for the 2016 Tonys?
Speaking of 2015-16, Bruce Willis will be starring in a stage version of Misery and Oprah has dropped the idea of headlining a revival of Night, Mother. Too depressing she says. Here’s a rundown of the rest of the season:


March 5–Fish in the Dark (Cort)
March 8–The Liquid Plan (Signature)
March 8–The Audience (Schoenfeld)
March 15--On the 20th Century (American Airlines/Roundabout)
March 15–Posterity (Atlantic Theatre Company)
March 19–The Heidi Chronicles (Music Box)
March 27–Hamlet (CSC)
March–The Total Bent (Public); Iowa (PH)
April 2–Skylight (Golden)
April 7--Hand to God (Booth)
April 8--Gigi (Neil Simon)
April 9--Wolf Hall, Parts I and II (Winter Garden)
April 12–An American in Paris (Palace)
April 12–Ghosts (BAM/Harvey Theatre)
April 14–It Shoulda Been You (Brooks Atkinson)
April 15–Finding Neverland (Lunt-Fontanne)
April 16–The King and I (LCT/Vivian Beaumont)
April 19–Fun Home (Circle in the Square)
April 20–Living on Love (Longacre)
April 20–Outer Critics Circle Nominations Announced (Friars Club)
April 21--Doctor Zhivago (Broadway)
April 22–Something Rotten (St. James)
April 23–The Visit (Lyceum)
April 23–Airline Highway (MTC/Samuel J. Friedman)
April 23–Drama Desk Nominations Announced (54 Below)
April 28--Tony Nominations Announced
April 29–Tony Nominees Press Event
May 10–Lortel Awards
May 21–The Sound and the Fury (Elevator Repair Service at the Public)
May 21–Outer Critics Circle Awards (Sardi’s)
May 28--An Act of God (Studio 54)
May 31–Drama Desk Awards (Town Hall)
May 2015–Dr. Faustus (CSC); What I Did Last Summer (Signature); Permission (MCC/Lortel)
June 7–Tony Awards
June 29–Shows for Days (LCT/Mitzi Newhouse)
Aug. 6–Hamilton (Richard Rodgers)
Oct. 5–On Your Feet (Marquis)
Oct. 15–Old Times (Roundabout)
Oct. 29--Therese Racquin (American Airlines/Roundabout)
Nov. 8--Allegiance (Theatre TBA)
Nov. 2015--Fiddler on the Roof
Fall 2015--China Doll, Misery, The Color Purple, American Psycho
Dec. 6--School of Rock (Winter Garden)
Jan. 14, 2016–Noises Off (Roundabout)
2015-16–Children of a Lesser God, Houdini
Spring 2016--She Loves Me (Roundabout), Falsettos
2017--Sherlock Holmes
Future–Bandstand, Disney’s Frozen, Soul Train, Pretty Woman, The First Wives Club, Magic Mike, Freaky Friday, King Kong, Miss Saigon, The Visitor

2014-15 Broadway Season Breakdown

New Plays
Airline Highway
The Audience
Constellations
The Country House
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Disgraced (transfer from off-Broadway)
Fish in the Dark
Hand to God (transfer from off-Broadway)
Living on Love
The River
Wolf Hall, Parts I and II

New Musicals
An American in Paris
Doctor Zhivago
Finding Neverland
Fun Home (transfer from off-Broadway)
Holler If Ya Hear Me
Honeymoon in Vegas
It Shoulda Been You
The Last Ship
Something Rotten
The Visit

Play Revivals
A Delicate Balance
The Elephant Man
The Heidi Chronicles
Love Letters
It’s Only a Play
The Real Thing
Skylight
This Is Our Youth
You Can’t Take It With You

Musical Revivals
Gigi
The King and I
On the Town
On the Twentieth Century
Side Show

Specialties
The Illusionists: Witness the Impossible
The Temptations and the Four Tops

Originally Published on March 4, 2015 on The David Desk 2

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