SEASON PREMIERE: THE 2016 FALL PREVIEW

On October 4, 2016 by Theater Talk Web


Journalists Jesse Green (the theater critic at New York Magazine), Michael Musto (Out, The Advocate, Paper & LogoTV) and Patrick Pacheco (ArtInfo.com and the Los Angeles Times) are back once again with THEATER TALK co-hosts Michael Riedel of the New York Post and producer Susan Haskins for a preview of the Fall 2016 theater season which, due to a heavy number of revivals, Riedel introduces as “Broadway 1991.”

In a fast-paced half-hour – amid spirited opinion about newspapers, theater critics, criticism, and the makeup of the current Broadway audience – the panel discusses upcoming Broadway shows including A Bronx Tale; The Cherry Orchard; Come From Away; Dear Evan Hansen; The Encounter; Falsettos; The Front Page; Groundhog Day; Heisenberg; Holiday Inn; In Transit; Les Liaisons Dangereuses; Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812; and Oh, Hello on Broadway.  Off-Broadway mentions include The Band’s Visit, Richard Nelson’s The Election Plays, Othello with David Oyelowo and Daniel Craig, Party People, Plenty, Stuffed with Lisa Lampanelli, Sweat by Lynn Nottage, Sweet Charity with Sutton Fosterand a Stephen Sondheim musical currently in development.

 

2 Responses to “SEASON PREMIERE: THE 2016 FALL PREVIEW”

  • Margaret L Goodman

    A factual error in this week’s show: You do not have to pay to review shows on Show-Score! This should be corrected! They want as many people as possible reviewing shows because the more people there are the more accurately the result will reflect majority audience reaction.

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