Girl from the North Country, the new Conor McPherson and Bob Dylan musical at the Public, may have only began previews yesterday, but it’s already sold out its original run and is now extended through December 9th. So don’t think twice about buying your tickets now.
Richard Nelson’s stripped-down, conversational take on Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” (ShowScore 83) is garnering praise for its strong performances, with one member saying “Jay O. Sanders is so good you will think Chekhov had him in mind.”
Only a few more weeks to catch “Scraps” from at Flea. “The Walking Dead” writer Geraldine Inoa’s professional playwrighting debut, a theatrical exploration of the after effects of a police shooting, is earning raves, with a member ShowScore of 87.
Breaking news! “Network,” starring Bryan Cranston and Tatiana Maslany, begins performances on November 10 and our sources tell us this is going to be one hot ticket. It’s a limited run, so if you want to tune in, go ahead and get your tickets now.
Long live the King. “King Kong” arrives on Broadway this fall - 2,000 pound gorilla puppet in tow. Curious how they’re bringing the larger-than-life silverback to, well, life? Check out this great article in the New York Times.