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Sunday, March 26, 2023

Sunday Scoop Week of 3/27/23 What's Happening This Week and More

A) Beginning Performances 

1) A Gaga Guide to the Lower East Side

2) Alexander Kaletski's Darkness of Light: Confessions of a Russian Traveler

3) The Wife of Willesden

B) New Cast Members

4) Funny Girl

5) MJ

C) What's Else is Happening This Week and More

6) 10th Anniversary Easter Themed A Passion
4/2 - 4/7

7) AAPI Heroes: Myths and Legends by J. Chen Project at MOCA
3/30 & 3/131

8) BAMkids Upcoming Event: Get Up, Stand Up!

9) Bloomingdale School of Music  Announces Spring Benefit: Play It Forward

10) Broadway on the Bowery the Music of Judy Garland
at Duane Park 3/29

11) Fat Ham Announces Line Up of Community Nights

12) Fundae's Arcade Extended Hours for Spring Break

13) Junior Theater Festival 20th Anniversary EP Released 

14) New York, New York Announces Digital Rush & Lottery Ticket Policies

15) Ulloa and Keenan-Bolger Film, Mikey's Army Available Online 
3/29 - 4/2

16) Pool Award-Winning Exhibition on Segregation Reopens at Fairmont Waterworks
Through 3/30

17) Some Like it Hot Original Cast Album Available Now

18) State of Theatre of New York Upcoming Shows & Events

19) Staying Power: Be Distinct or Go Extinct
Giant Dinosaur and Bug Exhibit Opens at the Philly Zoo 4/1

20) TRU Town Hall Live & Streamed Women Producer's Take the Stage

21) White Wave Dance Open Auditions
3/30 & 4/4

22) Works & Process at the Guggenheim Presents Miami City Ballet:
Square Dance by George Balanchine 4/2

A) Beginning Performances 

1) A Gaga Guide to the Lower East Side

A unique immersive theater experience that blends an actual historical walking tour, a  theatrical character monologue, and current celebrity worship culture.

Audience Meet Up Point 1 Extra Place (Between Bowery & 2nd Ave,)
3/28 - 4/28

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.spincyclenyc.com.

2) Alexander Kaletski's 
Darkness of Light: Confessions of a Russian Traveler

Based on Kaletski’s semi-autobiographical novel, “Darkness of Light”, the play follows Nikolai Rodnin, a Russian painter and Soviet Defector, chronicling his sexual relationships with women throughout his life. Fighting not to lose his artistic soul, Nikolai travels around the world, while facing the pull to return to Moscow and finish what he started. 

First theatrical production directed by Norman Mailer's son, filmmaker, Michael Mailer.

The 36th Street Theatre (312 W 36th St. 4th fl.)
3/30 - 4/16
Opening Night 4/1

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit darknessoflight.com

3) The Wife of Willesden

In her debut play, bestselling author Zadie Smith—whose books include the Man Booker Prize-nominated novel On Beauty— gives us Alvita, a Jamaican-born British woman in her mid-50s holding court at a North West London pub. After a sold-out, critically acclaimed run, this modern translation of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales comes to the Harvey Theater at BAM Strong. Directed by Indhu Rubasingham, with an ensemble cast starring Clare Perkins in a stunning, exhilarating performance, this exuberant and verbally inventive play showcases the pleasures of Smith’s quick wit. Rich with frank sexuality, it celebrates free expression and the human urge both to live stories and share them.

Brooklyn Academy of Music 
Peter Jay Sharp Building (30 Lafayette Building, Brooklyn, NY)
4/1 - 4/16

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.bam.org/the-wife-of-Willesden.

B) New Cast Members

4) Funny Girl

Tuesday March 28, 2023
Paolo Montalaban joins the cast in the role of Florenz Ziegfeld
Anne L. Nathan joins the cast in the role of Mrs. Strakosh

 August Wilson Theatre (245 West 52nd Street)

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.FunnyGirlOnBroadway.com

5) MJ

April 4, 2023 Elijah Rhea Johnson joins the cast in the role of Michael Jackson.

Neil Simon Theater (250 W. 52nd St.)

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit MJTheMusical.com 

C) What's Else is Happening This Week and More

6) 10th Anniversary Easter Themed A Passion
Runs April 2-7

Best known for their stripped down MAKBET, a Roma-infused take on Shakespeare's Macbeth presented in a shipping container, and their annual holiday extravaganza FOOLS MASS, Dzieci Theatre invites you to its 10th Anniversary production of A PASSION this Easter.

For Easter 2012, Dzieci Theatre was invited to work with a small group of nuns at The Abbey of Regina Laudis in Bethlehem, CT to create a Passion for their Holy Week. Beginning with the earliest translations of the liturgy and relying heavily on the Aramaic Peshitta, the company integrated Hebraic song and chant, as well as ritual elements of Judaism, and set their revision in the shadow of the Warsaw Ghetto. The result is A PASSION, a dramatic choral liturgy unbound. Whether Christian or Jew or Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist or Zen, A PASSION appeals to the human spirit in everyone and our essential desire for communion.

• Sunday, April 2 (Palm Sunday) at 10:30 AM at Christ Episcopal Church 
   (74 Park Avenue, Glen Ridge, NJ 07028).
• Tuesday, April 4 at 7:00 PM at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street, NY, NY 10024).
• Thursday, April 6 at 7:00 PM at The Episcopal Actor’s Guild (1 East 29th St. NY, NY 10016).
• Friday, April 7 at 7:00 PM at Boughton Place (150 Kisor Road, Highland, NY 12528).

Adapted, directed, and designed by Matt Mitler, performances run April 2-7. Running time is 60 minutes, no intermission. Tickets are $20, available by donation at www.dziecitheatre.org or at the door.


7) AAPI Heroes: Myth and Legends by J. Chen Project at MOCA- 
Museum of Chinese America in NYC

J CHEN PROJECT proudly presents the world premiere of AAPI HEROES: MYTHS AND LEGENDS, directed and choreographed by Jessica Chen, running March 30 - 31, 2023 at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), located at 215 Centre Street in New York City.

J CHEN PROJECT presents an immersive evening of dance that reimagines the past, present, and future through an Asian American cultural lens. Take a journey through the spaces of the Museum of Chinese in America and explore different worlds filled with AAPI stories of strength, resilience, and resistance in the face of ongoing challenges and discrimination. AAPI HEROES aims to educate, raise awareness, and inspire audiences to stand in solidarity and take action to address and combat these issues while also honoring the rich fruits of AAPI history.

The evening will include new works inspired by two iconic Asian American figures who have significantly impacted American culture and society: Bruce Lee and Anna May Wong. The performances will pay tribute to the enduring influence of Bruce Lee’s martial arts and philosophy, and the trailblazing career of Anna May Wong, the first Chinese American Hollywood movie star.

Performances take place on Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31 at 6:30pm and 8:30pm. Running time is one hour. Tickets are $35. Patron tickets are $70, which includes a tax-deductible donation to JCP’s Patron Ticket Program and provides a complimentary ticket for an underprivileged child to come to see the performance. Purchase at https://jchenproject.ticketleap.com/aapi-heroes-myths-and-legends.


8) BAMKids Upcoming Event
Get Up, Stand Up!

Brooklyn Academy of Music
30 Lafayette Ave.
Brooklyn, NY

Saturday, April 1 at 1:00 PM (workshop) and 2:00 PM (performance

Pegged to the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop BAMkids Get Up, Stand Up! introduces rhythmic, poetic, and performance skills that cultivate compassion, creativity, and confidence in kids ages 8+

For more information about this event or other BAMKids shows and/or events or to purchase tickets, visit www.bam.org/kids

9) Bloomingdale School of Music
Spring Benefit: Play it Forward
Monday, April 3, 2023 at 6:30pm

Bloomingdale School of Music announces the annual Spring Benefit on April 3, 2023 at 6:30 pm at Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave, NYC. Bloomingdale will also be celebrating 30 years of the Music Access Project (MAP), its signature, three-year pre-college training program for musically talented children in need, featuring high-quality instruction and personal mentoring. The evening will include performances by MAP students and alumni, as well as guest artists. Attendees can enjoy a buffet dinner with table seating, an open bar and post-performance champagne reception, and a live raffle now online at https://go.rallyup.com/playitforward/Campaign/Details. Tickets for the benefit are $25-$100, with sponsorships available from $500-$10,000. The evening will also be live streamed for supporters who make a donation of any amount. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit bsmny.org/playitforward.


Broadway on the Bowery presents The Music of Judy Garland will take place at 7:30pm on March 29th at Duane Park NYC, with doors opening at 6:30pm. The evening includes a three-course meal from one of the finest establishments you can find downtown, along with wine service, followed by the performance. Tickets can be purchased here.



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Directed by SAHEEM ALI



Tony® & Emmy® Award winner 






Strictly Limited 14-Week Engagement at the 

American Airlines Theatre on Broadway

Officially Opening Wednesday, April 12, 2023

The Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy Fat Ham by James Ijames, directed by The Public Theater’s Associate Artistic Director and Resident Director Saheem Ali, announces that producer National Black Theatre (NBT) will host a special evening performance on Friday, March 31 at 8pm at the American Airlines Theatre (227 West 42nd Street). The evening will include special guest, Tony and Emmy Award-winner LaChanze (Trouble in Mind, The Color Purple), who will moderate a post-show conversation with National Black Theatre CEO, Sade Lythcott and Executive Artistic Director, Jonathan McCrory as well as members of the cast. Fat Ham is the first NBT production to transfer to Broadway and the fifth play ever in the centuries-old history of Broadway to make the transfer from any Black theatre. Marking this momentous occasion, NBT is calling for all Black theatre institutions and creative practitioners to come celebrate the Broadway premiere of Fat Ham by attending this special evening. For more information about tickets for NBT Night, click here.

Fat Ham producers are also proud to share a list of additional community night performances with some having post-show talkbacks and special guests in attendance, including: Queer Youth Night taking place tonight, Friday, March 24; Women’s History Night on Thursday, March 30; Philly Phat Ham Night on Sunday, April 2 (matinee), a Community Night on Friday, April 14 and more events to come.

Fat Ham is now in previews and officially opens on Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at the American Airlines Theatre (227 West 42nd Street) on Broadway for a strictly limited 14-week engagement through Sunday, June 25, 2023.

Tickets for Fat Ham are available at FatHamBroadway.comTicket prices range from $69-$179. Group ticketing ($49-$179) of 10 or more please email AAGroups@criterionticketing.com. A limited number of $39 rush tickets will be available starting at 9AM (ET) the morning of every performance day through TodayTix.


12) Fundaes Arcade Spring Break
Extended Hours

Chesterfield’s newest arcade and ice cream parlor, Fundaes Arcade, has extended hours for Spring Break! Enjoy the week off with delicious ice cream and gaming fun with friends and family!
Upcoming Extended Hours:
Friday, April 7 | 11am-10pm
Monday, April 10 – Thursday, April 13 | 11am-9pm
Friday, April 14 | 11am-10pm
During your visit make sure to try out one of our signature sundaes like the Brownie Blitz or add a delicious waffle bowl and classic soft serve!
See full hours listed on www.fundaesarcade.com.





Daniel Mertzlufft (Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical: For You, Paige) created the 

reimagined “JTF Remix” arrangements with orchestrator and co-producer Conor Keelen

Krystina Alabado, Katy Geraghty, Taylor Iman Jones, Wren Rivera, and Daniel Yearwood sing “Tomorrow” (Krystina Alabado); “Alone in the Universe” (Taylor Iman Jones and Daniel Yearwood), and “Luck Be A Lady” (Katy Geraghty, Taylor Iman Jones, and Wren Rivera) on iTheatrics' Junior Theater Festival 20th Anniversary EP which was released on  March 15th on Broadway Records

To listen or order the Junior Theater Festival 20th Anniversary EP visit Broadway Records.

Composer, arranger and music supervisor Daniel Mertzlufft (Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, For You, Paige,Breathe) created the reimagined “JTF Remix” arrangements of the long-loved hits from Annie, Seussical, and Guys and Dolls with orchestrator and co-producer Conor Keelen. Annie, Seussical, and Guys and Dolls are all in the Music Theatre International catalog of musicals.

Alabado, Geraghty, Iman Jones, Yearwood, and Rivera performed them to a live audience of 7,000 during a concert celebrating the Junior Theater Festival’s 20th anniversary at its flagship Atlanta event this past January. The EP is being released on March 15, the day that priority registration for returning groups to 2024 JTF Atlanta (January 12-14, 2024 in Atlanta) and JTF West (February 9-11, 2024 in Sacramento) begins at juniortheaterfestival.com





NEW YORK, NEW YORK began previews on Broadway Friday, March 24th, 2023, at Broadway’s St. James Theatre (246 West 44th Street), and it will open on Wednesday, April 26, 2023. Produced by Sonia Friedman and Tom Kirdahy, this brand-new musical features music and lyrics by Tony, Emmy & Grammy Award winners and Academy Award nominees John Kander & Fred Ebb, a book written by Tony Award nominee David Thompsonco-written by Sharon Washington, with additional lyrics by Pulitzer, Tony, Emmy & Grammy Award winner and Academy Award nominee Lin-Manuel Miranda. NEW YORK, NEW YORK is directed and choreographed by five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman.


Powered by Lucky Seat, a limited number of tickets will be available via Digital Lottery for every performance of NEW YORK, NEW YORK for $30 each, plus a $5 service charge per ticket. Digital lotteries are accepted until 10:30 AM ET the day prior to the performance. Winners will be notified at approximately 11 AM ET the day prior to the performance via email and SMS. Once notified, winners will have a limited time to claim and pay for their ticket(s). Lottery entrants must be 18 years or older. Tickets are non-transferable and limited to 2 tickets per person. All sales final. No exchange, no refunds. For additional rules, and information on how to enter, visit https://www.luckyseat.com/shows/newyorknewyork-newyork-2023Mar.


NEW YORK, NEW YORK Rush Tickets are available every day when the box office opens on a first-come, first-served basis for $30 each. Seats are subject to availability and limited to 2 tickets per person.


Tickets for NEW YORK, NEW YORK are now on-sale at www.NewYorkNewYorkBroadway.com, or at the St. James Theatre box office. Tickets range from $49 - $279. The playing schedule for NEW YORK, NEW YORK is as follows: Monday through Saturday at 8pm, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm.  Please note there will be no 2pm matinees Wednesday March 29, Wednesday, April 5, or Saturday, March 25.  There will be no performance Monday, April 17. Beginning April 23rd, the playing schedule is as follows: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 7pm, Wednesday and Saturday at 8pm, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3pm.





 Jamie Forshaw and Evan MayerKyle Beckley AbourizkThomas Laub and Mike Mosallam announced today that their short film, Mikey’s Army will screen as part of the 2023 Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival in Los Angeles. A fierce and fabulous coming of age story written by Eric Ulloa (The Nana Project, Nickelodeon’s “Meet the Alphabeats”) and directed by Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Submissions Only, Sign) is set to screen on Saturday, March 25th at 12 PM at the TLC Chinese 6 Theatres (6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028) with additional online screenings Wednesday, March 29 through Sunday, April 2, 2023. Tickets can be purchased online hereonline screenings Wednesday, March 29 through Sunday, April 2, 2023

Mikey’s Army tells the story of 16-year-old Mikey Alvarez who finds himself at a pivotal moment – that moment when you know it’s time to be open and honest about what you’re feeling inside and finally speak your truth. Not feeling quite ready for such a moment, Mikey unwittingly conjures courage from a trio of  fierce and fabulous guides who appear in an explosion of glitter and glitz. Can a Drag Queen, an international Pop star, and an action film heartthrob tackle a mission this big and give Mikey the confidence he needs?


16) Award-Winning Exhibition “Pool: A Social History of Segregation” to Reopen on World Water Day, March 22nd for Limited Engagement through September 30th, 2023

WHAT  “Pool: A Social History of Segregation” (POOL) is an award-winning museum exhibition telling the story of segregated swimming in America and its connection to present-day drowning issues affecting Black communities. Weaving together history, art, storytelling, and place-based learning, this multi-disciplinary work explores the role of public pools in our communities with the goal of deepening understanding of the connection between water, social justice and public health.  This is the last opportunity to experience the immersive museum exhibition in person in Philadelphia.

WHERE The Fairmount Water Works 640 Water Works Drive, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Limited free parking is available on Water Works Drive. Paid parking is available in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) parking areas. Public transportation to the PMA will get you near the Water Works


HOURS & INFO    Opening Wednesday, March 22 (World Water Day) from 11:00 - 5:00 p.m

  • Wednesdays through Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.mthrough September 30, 2023 only
  • Admission is free
  • More information and content from the exhibition can be found at poolphl.com




Concord Theatricals Recordings released Some Like It Hot (Original Broadway Cast Recording) on streaming and digital platforms worldwide, with CD and vinyl now available for preorder. The CD will be released this summer, followed by vinyl in the fall.

The album can be streamed or downloaded HERE.

Pre-orders can be placed HERE.

Additionally, a new, behind-the-scenes video featuring the cast and band recording the album can be viewed HEREThe album is produced by Scott M. Riesett and Marc Shaiman, co-produced by Charlie Rosen, Bryan Carter and Mary-Mitchell Campbell with music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Hunter ArnoldThe Shubert Organization and Neil Meron are managers of SLIH Cast Album Limited Liability Company.


18) State Theatre of New Jersey
Upcoming Shows & Events

State Theatre New Jersey
11 Livingston Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ 

Thursday, March 30 - Saturday, April 1
Shen Yun

Shen Yun takes you on an extraordinary journey through China’s 5,000 years of divinely inspired culture.

Exquisite beauty from the heavens, profound wisdom from dynasties past, timeless legends, and ethnic traditions all spring to life through classical Chinese dance, enchanting live orchestral music, authentic costumes, and patented interactive backdrops. Revisit a time when scholars and artists sought harmony with the Tao, or the “Way” of the universe, and when divine beings walked upon the earth to inspire humanity.

Sunday April 2 at 7:30 PM
New Jersey Symphony Presents
Faure's Requiem

Eric Jacobsen conductor
Montclair State University Chorale | Heather J. Buchanan, director
New Jersey Symphony

Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin
Written during the horrors World War I, Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin is a bright reflection on lives lost during the war, with each movement dedicated to a friend who passed. The composer draws on the woodwind section—particularly the oboe—to tell these stories.

Walker Lilacs
George Walker—a longtime Montclair resident—was among the greatest composers to call the Garden State home, and in 1996, he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize in Music. It was this passionate work for soprano and orchestra that garnered him that grand distinction.

Fauré Requiem
This divine choral-orchestral masterpiece focuses Fauré’s view on the acceptance of a peaceful death. 

For more information about these or other upcoming shows and events at State Theatre New Jersey or to purchase tickets, visit www.stnj.org/events-tickets.



New one-of-a-kind experience will showcase the incredible adaptations of the biggest animals to walk the planet side-by-side with some of the smallest *New one-of-a-kind experience will showcase the incredible adaptations of the biggest animals to walk the planet side-by-side with some of the smallest *

Gigantic dinosaurs and larger-than-life insects are taking over Philadelphia Zoo (3400 W. Girard Avenue) in a brand new immersive, multi-sensory experience! Staying Power: Be Distinct or Go Extinct will open on April 1st and feature 25 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs and super-sized animatronic insects that will help visitors discover the physical traits, behaviors and special skills that allowed insects to survive long after the dinosaurs went extinct. Visitors will take a journey back through the ages from modern times back to 100 million years ago, as Staying Power unveils the adaptations needed to survive on the earth, and how we have the power to make changes to save the planet—and ourselves. Highlights will include the 60-foot-long roaring and moving Giganotosaurus, a carnivore believed to be even larger than the famous T-rex, and 15-foot-tall peacock jumping spider that demonstrates its remarkable mating dance. Guests will also marvel at the Spinosaurs, a dinosaur from the late cretaceous period that was equally at home living on land and in water as it growls at passersby, and at a hive of super-sized honeybees that buzz and dance to communicate-- you might even catch the scent of their honey! Staying Power officially opens to the public Saturday, April 1 and to Philadelphia Zoo members Thursday, March 30.  Tickets for Staying Power are a standard Zoo admission ticket plus $6 for the special experience (adults and children ages 2+).  Members enjoy free admission to the Zoo with advance reservations and a special discount for Staying Power. Philadelphia Zoo is open daily this spring, from 9:30am - 5:00pm. For tickets and more information, visit: https://www.philadelphiazoo.org/staying-power.


20) Theater Resources Unlimited
Upcoming TRU Town Hall, live and streamed
Women Producers Take the Stage (The Conversation Continues)
Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 7pm ET
Polaris North Theatre & Zoom

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) announces TRU Town Hall: Women Producers Take the Stage (The Conversation Continues), on Tuesday, March 28, 2023 in-person at Polaris North Theatre, 245 West 29th Street, 4th Floor, NYC and virtually via Zoom. Networking begins at 6:30pm and discussion begins at 7pm ET. Everyone who registers will also receive the Zoom link. Live and virtual attendance is free for TRU members, in-person tickets are $15 for non-members and virtual tickets are $12.50 for non-members. For more information and to register, visit truonline.org/events/town-hall-women-producers.


21) White Wave Dance Announces Open Auditions
March 30 & April 4, 2023

White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company announces open auditions being held March 30 & April 4, 2023 from 6pm-9pm at Joyce East Village Studio 1, 287 East 10th Street, NYC. White Wave Dance is looking for highly professional dancers with strong contemporary dance technique and partnering skills. Dancers must be interested in improvisation and the creative process. To register for auditions, fill out the registration form and send your resume, headshot, and dance photos to audition.whitewave@gmail.com by March 24, 2023.

Candidates must attend both audition dates, and must be available for callbacks on Thursday, April 6, 2023 from 6-9pm. Should you have scheduling conflicts, contact audition.whitewave@gmail.com.
Full-year contracts begin immediately and dancers must be available June 22-25, 2023 for White Wave’s 22nd Annual DUMBO Dance Festival, along with other performances to be determined.
Rehearsals are paid hourly rate and performances are paid per performance.

For questions, please contact wwyskdc@gmail.com or call at 718-855-8822.


22) Works & Process at the Guggenheim
Miami City Ballet: Square Dance by George Balanchine
© The George Balanchine Trust
April 2 and 3, 2023 at 7:30pm

Works & Process at the Guggenheim presents the Miami City BalletSquare Dance by George Balanchine, featuring performance highlights by the cast and a discussion prior to opening night. Tickets available now at worksandprocess.org.

Miami City Ballet: Square Dance by George Balanchine
Sunday and Monday, April 2 and 3, 7:30pm
Tickets $45, $35, Choose What You Pay

In an unprecedented return to the 1957 piece, Miami City Ballet reimagines Balanchine’s Square Dance this spring through a uniquely Miami lens. In the adaptation, a caller at a spicy backyard party brings back to the stage the high-spirited square-dance caller and his musician pals to keep things going. Ahead of its hotly anticipated May 12 opening night in Florida, explore this reimagining of Square Dance as both Balanchine first conceived it and with a modern festive twist. Join members of the Miami City Ballet creative team in a lively discussion about the work, and see excerpts performed by a selection of the Company’s exquisite dancers.

Danniel Giraldo, caller
Rudi Goblen, lyricist
Lauren King, moderator
Lourdes Lopez, artistic director, Miami City Ballet
Victoria Simon, repetiteur

Leadership for this Works & Process program is provided by Charles and Deborah Adelman and The SHS Foundation.

1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128


And that's the scoop. Tune in tomorrow for More Theater Monday.

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