Sunday, October 23, 2011

TheatreScene: The Week in Pictures: October 17 - 23


Those "Beautiful Girls" are ghosts haunting the Marquis Theatre!
Photo by Christian Delcroix
The Follies ghosts - just in time for Halloween!  I love this feature at  Every week, thay have a photo collection taken by a cast member of a Broadway show.  It is called "A Two Show Day with..." and the cast member chronivles his or her day from getting up at home, through morning rituals, to pre-matinee backstage goings on and during show backstage views.  Then it's all about the prep for the evening show, the show and saying, "good night!"  This photo comes from this week's "A Two Show Day with Christian Delcroix."  Check it out!


Now In Previews:
  • Ch'ing.lish: Previews: October 11; Opens October 27
  • Other Desert Cities: Previews: October 12; Opens November 3
  • Godspell: Previews: October 13; Opens November 7
  • Venus in Fur: Previews: October 13; November 8

Relatively Speaking as seen by Squigs (left) and Ken Fallin (right)
Opened This Week:
  • Relatively Speaking opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on October 20.  The median grade: C-.


October 18:

  • The 10th longest-running show in Broadway history celebrated its 10th anniversary today.  Thank you for the music, Mamma Mia!
  • Today, Broadway regulars Mary Testa, Julia Murney and Andrew Samonsky began performances off-Broadway of 5-time Tony nominee Michael John LaChuisa's new musical Queen of the Mist at Transport Group's space at The Gym at Judson.  That space was home to the Broadway-bound musical, Lysistrata Jones
October 19:

  • Memphis, the Tony-winning Best Musical of 2010, celebrated its 2nd Anniversary on Broadway today.
  • Patti LuPone will join the ranks of Angela Lansbury and Bernadette Peters as the 2012 recipient of the Stephen Sondheim Award given by Arlington, Virginia's Signature Theatre. She will receive the award at a gala in April 2012.
  • It was announced today that Peter and the Starcatcher would, in fact, be transferring to Broadway this spring.
  • Stephanie J. Block will be replacing Tony winner Sutton Foster in Anything Goes while Ms. Foster films a television pilot.
October 23:
  • Chad Kimball plays his final Tony-nominated performance in Memphis today.  Tony nominee Adam Pascal begins performances as Huey Calhoun on Tuesday, October 25.

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