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The hit Disney musical opened in the West End in June 2016.
The play made its U.K. premiere at London’s Kiln Theatre in February.
The film will also be broadcast on PBS in September.
The longest-running Broadway production will welcome new principals in the fall.
The Disney production will kick off this fall.
Sanders recalls the 2004 Tony Awards as well as performances in Beauty and the Beast, The King and I, and more.
The fall season will kick off with Fifty Million Frenchmen.
The Olivier Award-winning spectacle, known for its climactic blizzard, will follow Beautiful: The Carole King Musical into the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
The North American tour will launch in September in Providence.
Both musicals will be presented by Opera Australia and John Frost in 2020.
The Barnes & Noble event features performances and a CD signing.
Three musicals and three plays will be part of the 94th summer season at the Massachusetts venue, plus the return of Million Dollar Quartet.
The duo will subsequently play The Crown & Anchor’s Paramount Theater in Provincetown.
The national tour will launch in Rochester, New York.
Meanwhile, the tour of the musical will welcome Jonah Ho’okano to the title role and Korie Lee Blossey as the Genie.
The play, adapted from the unfinished Jane Austen novel, begins performances in September.
Little Shop of Horrors’ Martin P. Robinson, who wrote the book and lyrics and designed the puppets, directs.
Performances of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, based on the Billy Wilder film, will begin September 24.
The September evening will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the famed opera company.
The Sara Bareilles musical continues at the Adelphi Theatre.
The September 21 benefit will be held at UCLA’s Royce Hall.
The holiday engagement begins in December at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
After a limited run in Boston, the theatrical concert experience will arrive at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre in October.
The musical, with a trailblazing creative team, is planning a Broadway premiere in 2021 in celebration of the series’ 50th anniversary.
The November concerts will be held at the Sheldon Concert Hall.
The musical will make its Manhattan debut in February 2020.
The play examines the emotional, intellectual, and sexual dynamics between a gay married couple in an open relationship.
The musical, based on the film of the same name, is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.
Dishmantled is from the creator and executive producer of the hit Food Network series Chopped.
Michael Unger will direct the tour, which celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip.
Chet Walker directs the new musical by Douglas J. Cohen and Howard Marren.