‘Hamilton’ To Wrap-Up Three-Year Chicago Run In 2020
The highly-acclaimed play Hamilton has held performances in Chicago over 1,000 times, and now, after more than three years, the show will close its run in the city early next year. According to the Chicago Tribune, the show’s final performance will take place on January 5 – a year... Read more
Symphony To Play ‘Twilight In Concert’ To Honor Film Series
Fans of the cult-classic book and film series “Twilight” will get a chance to see the film-concert tour this year across the globe. Following “The Hunger Games” and “La La Land” concert tours, Lionsgate has announced the launch of “Twilight in Concert” throughout countries like Brazil, Australia, and the... Read more
Mrs. Doubtfire Musical In The Works, May Head To Broadway
The 1993 hit comedy Mrs. Doubtfire, which rocked movie theaters with a stellar performance from Robin Williams, may head to Broadway as a new musical in the future. According to Playbill, Tony-nominee Rob McClure, who is currently starring in Beetlejuice, along with Hello, Dolly! star Kate Baldwin, are reportedly... Read more
Aaron Sorkin’s ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Is Broadway’s Highest Grossing American Play
Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird, which was adapted by Aaron Sorkin, has become the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history, breaking records with $40,113,926.13 in sales in just 27 weeks. Producer Scott Rudin announced the new record last week, which means the play has surpassed Terrence McNally’s... Read more
Mel Brooks Set for Limited Two-Night Run on Broadway
Legendary comedy writer and director Mel Brooks is heading back to Broadway, slated to perform a two-night solo show at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in June. Brooks, the creative force behind the smash hit The Producers (which itself stemmed from his cult classic film from 1967), hits the stage on... Read more
Musical ‘Beetlejuice’ To Open On Broadway Later This Month
It’s showtime: the new musical comedy Beetlejuice, based on the cult-classic 1988 film by Tim Burton, will open on Broadway later this month. The play follows Lydia Deetz, a teenager obsessed with “the dead” who stumbles upon a recently-deceased couple that are haunting her new house, and the demon... Read more
Kentucky Center Faces Technical Difficulties During ‘Hamilton’ General Onsale
Hamilton is coming to Louisville, Kentucky this summer, so fans went into a frenzy as 40,000 people attempted to get tickets to see the show at The Kentucky Center. Single tickets went on sale yesterday for shows from June 4 through 23 at 10 a.m. There were already 20,000... Read more
Chicago Cubs’ Musical ‘Miracle’ To Premiere This Spring
The Chicago Cubs made history when they won the World Series in 2016 – their first championship title in 108 years. Now, fans can experience the excitement again in a new musical, Miracle, which is set to premiere on stage this May. The play revolves around a typical blue... Read more
NHL Playoffs, WWE’s Survivor Series Headline Wednesday Ticket Sales
Tickets to catch the San Jose Sharks at home in the first round of the NHL’s Stanley Cup Playoffs and the annual WWE Survivor Series headline the tickets available for Wednesday, March 27 in ticketing. The Sharks, currently second in the Pacific Division, have four home dates scheduled for... Read more
Communities Across Nation Offer Free Tickets To Furloughed Workers
Free tickets to events across the country are being offered to furloughed workers after the ongoing government shutdown has left more than 800,000 people without a paycheck. The shutdown was issued on December 22, 2018, and is now officially the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. Across the country,... Read more