Monday, February 24, 2020

Broadway Grosses: Audiences Flock to See Jordan Fisher in Dear Evan Hansen by Broadway.com

Strong-voiced star Jordan Fisher has been lighting up the stage of the Music Box Theatre since taking over the title role in Dear Evan Hansen on January 28. Fisher's talent and fanbase have…

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Sunday, February 23, 2020

BWW TV: Tony Goldwyn Opens Up About His New, Epic Role in THE INHERITANCE

Tony Goldwyn is back onstage this season in one of the most poignant roles of his career, which happens to be in one of the most powerful plays that Broadway has seen in many years. The play…

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Friday, February 21, 2020

Today on Broadway: Friday, February 21, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

Critics Review “West Side Story” on Broadway & “Mack & Mabel” at Encores!, “The Inheritance” Announces Closing Date, the Lopezes Next Project Tovah Feldshuh in Broadway b…

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The Inheritance to close early on Broadway by Ruth Comerford

The Inheritance will end its Broadway run three months earlier than planned, it has been confirmed. The play, written by Matthew Lopez

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Why ‘The Inheritance’ Imploded On Broadway by Marc Hershberg

The British import that was once touted as the greatest thing since sliced bread quickly turned out to be toast.

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Thursday, February 20, 2020

London Calling with Imogen Lloyd Webber: Paul Hilton on the 'Freedom' He Has Found in The Inheritance & More by Broadway.com

Paul Hilton talks making his Broadway debut in The Inheritance, playing two characters and how the show is 'like going to church.'

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Two-Part Epic The Inheritance Sets Closing Date on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Matthew Lopez's Broadway-debut play The Inheritance has scheduled a final performance date of March 15 at the Barrymore Theatre. The two-part drama began previews on September 27, 2019 and …

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“The Inheritance” Announces Closing March 15 by Stagelight

“A MASTERPIECE. DAZZLINGLY BRAINY, DEEPLY HEARTFELT, RAUCOUSLY FUNNY. IT FLEW BY AND LEFT ME WANTING MORE.” – Adam Green, Vogue “AN EMOTIONAL POWERHOUSE. A RAVISHING THEATRICAL WORK…

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Broadway’s ‘The Inheritance’ to Close on March 15 by Michael Paulson

Acclaimed in London, the two-part play about gay culture and the legacy of AIDS drew a chillier response in New York, where it is set.

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The Inheritance Will End Broadway Run After 138 Performances

Matthew Lopez's two-part drama is directed by Stephen Daldry.

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Breaking: THE INHERITANCE Will Conclude Broadway Run This Spring

Producers Tom Kirdahy, Sonia Friedman Productions, and Hunter Arnold announced today that Matthew Lopez' THE INHERITANCE, directed by Stephen Daldry, will conclude its Broadway run on Sunday…

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Broadway’s ‘The Inheritance’ Sets Closing Notice by Greg Evans

The Inheritance, playwright Matthew Lopez’s two-part drama that re-imagines E.M. Forster’s Howards End as a 21st Century tale set among gay men in Manhattan, will close on Sunday, March …

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Supersized play The Inheritance sets Broadway closing date by Tyler Aquilina

The Inheritance‘s Broadway run will soon reach its (Howards) end. The two-part, seven-hour drama will close on Broadway March 15, its producers announced Thursday. The show opened in New Y…

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The Inheritance Sets Closing Dates on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The two-part epic from Matthew Lopez will play its final performance in March.

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‘The Inheritance’ will end its Broadway run in March by Caitlin Huston

“The Inheritance” is ending its Broadway run on March 15, producers Tom Kirdahy, Sonia Friedman Productions and Hunter Arnold announced Thursday evening.  As of its closing date, the pr…

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Paul Hilton on the 'Palpable Connection' of The Inheritance and More on London Calling with Imogen Lloyd Webber by Caitlin Moynihan

Paul Hilton in The Inheritance (Photo: Matthew Murphy) For the past two years, Paul Hilton has been impressing audiences with his portrayal of both Morgan and Walter in The Inheritance, wh…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020

See the Cast of The Inheritance Celebrate Their 100th Performance by Broadway.com

What's the best pick-me-up during a 6.5-hour show day? Cake, it seems. On Wednesday, February 12, in between performances of Part One and Part Two of The Inheritance, Matthew Lopez's epic …

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Watch Kyle Soller, Tony Goldwyn, & More in These Searing New Clips from The Inheritance on Broadway

Get a glimpse at performances from Broadway's The Inheritance.

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See the Cast of The Inheritance Celebrate 100 Performances on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Matthew Lopez's Olivier Award–winning play opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre November 17.

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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Kyle Soller on The Inheritance: 'This Play Has Broken Open My Heart' by Broadway.com

Oliver Award winner Kyler Soller on playing Eric Glass in the Matthew Lopez's Broadway hit The Inheritance.

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Breaking Glass: How Kyle Soller Found His Way Into the Role of a Lifetime by Paul Wontorek

Kyle Soller's callback for The Inheritance was one for the books. He walked into a London audition room in late 2017 with a great desire to play Eric Glass, the lead role of the new play.…

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THE INHERITANCE Has Announced New Weekly LOBBY SERIES Audience Discussions

The Inheritance by Matthew Lopez has announced a new community engagement initiative: the 'Lobby Series.' For four consecutive weeks, beginning February 15, audience members with a ticket to…

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See the Cast of The Inheritance, Grand Horizons’ Ben McKenzie, and More at Second Stage’s All-Star Bowling Fundraiser by Marc J. Franklin

Second Stage Theater’s 33rd annual All-Star Bowling Classic took place February 10.

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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

‘The Inheritance’ Playwright Matthew Lopez Responds To Criticism Of Its Representation Of Queer Communities (Okay, Its Whiteness) by Artsjournal1

“I wasn’t attempting to create a generationally defining work of theater that spoke for the entire queer experience. I think that if I had started with that intention, I never would have…

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Monday, February 10, 2020

Broadway Grosses: David Byrne's American Utopia Breaks Box Office Record at Hudson Theatre by Broadway.com

American Utopia is filling houses and breaking records at Broadway's Hudson Theatre. The new theatrical experience from mastermind David Byrne reached a new peak over the past week's slate …

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Why Andrew Burnap Was Initially 'Never' Going to Be in The Inheritance by Ruthie Fierberg

The actor reveals how he won the role of Toby Darling and why playing him in Matthew Lopez’s epic play feels so personal.

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - February 10th - BEETLEJUICE & AMERICAN UTOPIA Top Growth

The top growing current Broadway musicals were Jagged Little Pill (1.56%), Beetlejuice (1.08%), Hadestown (1.03%), Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (0.78%) and Ain't Too Proud (0.52%)…

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Friday, February 7, 2020

Readers React to ‘The Inheritance’: ‘We Are All Just Humans Looking for a Purpose’

Did reaction to Matthew Lopez’s award-winning play about gay history vary by generation? We put that question to readers of our theater newsletter.

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What I Wanted to Say in ‘The Inheritance.’ And What I Didn’t. by Matthew Lopez

Matthew Lopez on what inspired his two-part play about gay culture in the wake of AIDS, and the limits of “affirmative representation.”

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