Sunday, May 28, 2006

A look at things to come...

I am terribly bored by the 2005-2006 season. I don't even care who/what wins at the Tonys really. So I find myself hoping for a better 2006-2007. (Who isn't?!?) With that in mind, I offer you my list of upcoming season entries.

It should be noted that I don't have faith that we'll ever see the majority of these things this season, but, this list is based on what people have told me seriously. Being skeptical I have divided each category into two sections: "Things I'm totally or pretty sure we'll see this season" are marked in red and "Things I'm just not sure about" are marked in blue. A lot of the "Things I'm just not sure about" section is based simply on foreseeable theater availability or star scheduling, not potential quality of the product. For instance, I'm very excited about Cry Baby, but I can't bank on it definitely being here this season. What happens if there is not a theater available for it right away in the spring?

Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me (Opening August 10 at the Jacobs)
The Times, They Are A Changin'
Grey Gardens (Opening in October at the Walter Kerr)
Mary Poppins (Opening November 16 at the New Amsterdam)
High Fidelity (Opening in December)
Legally Blonde (Opening April 27)
Cry Baby
The Pirate Queen
Billy Elliot
Tale of Two Cities

The Coast of Utopia (Beginning October 10 at the Beaumont)
Lousing Louie (Opening October 12 at the Biltmore)
The Vertical Hour (Opening November 30 at the Music Box)
The Starry Messenger
The Year of Magical Thinking (Opening March 29 at the Booth)

Jay Johnson: The Two and Only (Helen Hayes)
Radio Golf
The Little Dog Laughed
After Miss Julie
The Bottom Line

Butley (Opening October 25 at the Booth)
Heartbreak House (Opening Winter at the American Airlines Theatre)
The Country Girl (Opening May 3 at the Biltmore)
Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Opening Spring at the American Airlines Theatre)

The Homecoming

A Chorus Line (Opening October 5 at the Schoenfeld)
Les Miserables (Opening November 9 at the Broadhurst)
The Pajama Game
Company (November previews)
110 in the Shade (Opening Spring at Studio 54)

The Wiz

Guys and Dolls
A Little Night Music


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