Tony nominees Brandon Victor Dixon, Saycon Sengbloh and Marc Kudisch are among the cast set to take on roles in Suzan-Lori Parks' "Red Letter Plays," which will feature her works F**cking A and In the Blood playing simultaneously. The previously announced mountings will run in separate theaters at the Pershing Square Signature Center. F**king A, directed by Jo Bonney, will play from August 22-October 1, and In the Blood, helmed by Sarah Benson, will run from August 29-October 8.
A new prequel to the story of Robin Hood could be Broadway-bound. Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure, with a book by Tony nominee Douglas Carter Beane and a score by Lewis Flinn, which is currently receiving a world premiere run with Dallas Theater Center, has eyes on the Great White Way, according to The New York Post. In an interview with Broadway.com, Beane expressed enthusiasm for the musical's future but shied away from discussing commercial ambitions.
The new musical I'll Take It, featuring music by Dreamgirls and Side Show Tony nominee Henry Krieger and featuring a book and lyrics by Eli Pasic, will receive workshop presentations at New York's Ripley-Grier Studios. The workshops, open to the public with reservations made, will take place on July 31 at 6:00pm and August 1 at 3:00pm and 7:00pm. Devanand Janki will direct with musical direction by Greg Jarrett. I’ll Take It!
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Selecting a term
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