- Pass Over had their official opening night on Sunday and the reviews are in!
- Broadway World’s Christian Lewis said, “If we can follow the lead of this production, Broadway can pass over into something different, something better, something more equitable and diverse, something more political.”
- NY Daily News’s Chris Jones said, “Pass Over” is a Biblically moralistic work that calls out white America, declares that Black lives matter, and demands structural change, especially regarding the police.”
- Time Out’s Adam Feldman gave the play 4 stars and said, “Pass Over is a risky enterprise—a serious non-musical show, opening in the summer amid a public-health crisis—and although Pass Over deals with questions of escape, it is far from escapist entertainment.”
- The Broadway League recently announced that they will not publicly share grosses for the 2021-22 season.
- Moulin Rouge cast members will headline the 2021 US Open opening night ceremony.
- The Actors Fund revealed that performer Debbie Allen, philanthropist Niko Elmaleh, producer Stacey Mindich, and “Stars in The House” creators Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley will receive The Actors Fund’s Medal of Honor at their 2021 Gala.
- Edmund Donovan heads to Broadway this fall in Lynn Nottage’s latest play Clyde’s. He completes a cast that also includes the previously announced Uzo Aduba, Ron Cephas Jones, Reza Salazar, and Kara Young.
- Leading the cast, casting office Stewart/Whitley revealed on a now-deleted Instagram post, will be Ana Villafañe (On Your Feet!) as Roxie Hart, Bianca Marroquín (a longtime Roxie in the revival) as Velma Kelly, and Tony winner Lillias White (The Life, How to Succeed…) as Matron Mama Morton.