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Home Theatre The Broadway League Said Theatres Will Be Closed At Least Until January 3rd…

Broadway will remain closed at least until January 3, 2021 says the Broadway League.

This is because, as we know, social distancing in a Broadway house, not to mention putting on plays or music, is quite impossible.

We knew it would be a long wait. But two shows– the “Protocol” and “American Buffalo”– announced March and April dates open. Michael Jackson musical, “DOJ” intends to open in April. And “the music man” opens on may 20, skipping the usual term for the right to receive awards “Tony”.

Most of the shows should return, or to resume its plans to open next spring. But “frozen” was closed forever. “The executioners,” the Martin McDonagh play so well but can’t catch a break, opening on Broadway, threw in the towel. Scott Rudin produced the revival of “who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, what is excessive in the first game, shuttered before it began.

Meanwhile, the producers Joey Parnes and Tim Forbes participants are requested to send in tapes to “pop it” a musical. Talented performers of Asian descent at the age of 20 are recommended to visit kpopbroadway.com/casting in order to submit an audition. materials.

Is there an audience for Korean pop musical on Broadway? According to the press release: “An earlier version of the show produced ARS Nova in connection with MA-Yi Theater and the barn team, played to sold-out crowds on Broadway in the fall of 2017, and 2018 was awarded the Richard Rodgers award, and three Lucille Lortel awards including Best musical, off-Broadway Alliance awards and seven nominations for the award, the drama Desk.”

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Roger Friedman began his Showbiz411 column in April 2009 after 10 years with “Fox news”, where he created a column Fox411. He wrote the Intelligencer column for NY Magazine in the mid 90-ies, reporting on OJ Simpson trial, and a real parade magazine (when it was owned by condé Nast), and has written for the new York observer, details, Vogue, spin, new York times, new York Post, Washington Post and new York daily news among many other publications. He is the author and co-producer of “only the strong survive,” dishes from Cannes, Sundance, and Telluride film festivals, directed by da Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus.



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