This week there were several big announcements regarding the world of live theatre that have Broadway fans more than excited for the upcoming year. The announcements began with a reveal from one of the most popular plays on the stage today, Matilda. Thanks to tremendous ticket sales, the team behind the musical has revealed that they will be heading out on a new tour event. The producers revealed that starting in May of 2015, the show will head out on a major official tour which will start in LA. From there the production will visit other major markets such as San Francisco, Dallas and more.
Another one of the big announcement from the week came this week when the new production, Bronx Bombers officially opened on the stage. The play is a new drama from Eric Simonson and it officially opened on February 6th to public. This play has been a much talked about venture for the theatre world as it takes a look at one of the most popular sports teams in the world of professional sports today. The story tells the tale of the New York Yankees, through the eyes of the legendary player Yogi Berra. This production is slated to have everyone from theater fans, to New York lovers to sports enthusiasts alike cheering as the Broadway production brings a unique tale to stage. The Broadway play officially opened at the Circle in the Square. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public for those who are looking to see the production live.
Another highly talked about play that has audiences already buzzed about is the new production known as The Cripple of the Inishmaan. The play will be starring famed movie actor Daniel Radcliffe in the main role. The comedy is being brought to Broadway audiences by Martin McDonagh and will be directed by Michael Grandage. Early reviews of the show from other performances have gotten rave reviews and now the production will officially be finding a home on the Broadway stage. Previews for the play begin on April 12th. The official opening night, at the Cort Theatre will be on April 20th. Tickets are on sale now. Will you be getting tickets to see this hilarious new tale unfold live on the Broadway stage?