Schedule of Upcoming Broadway Openings

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FEBRUARY

VINCENT IN BRIXTON

  • John Golden Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 13
  • Opening: March 6
  • Director: Richard Eyre
  • Cast: Clare Higgins, Jochem ten Haaf
  • Nicholas Wright's play about the early life of Vincent van Gogh.

AS LONG AS WE BOTH SHALL LAUGH

  • American Airlines Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 23
  • Opening: March 31
  • Cast: Yakov Smirnoff
  • Comic Yakov Smirnoff in his new act.

URBAN COWBOY

  • Broadhurst Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 27
  • Opening: March 27
  • Director: Lonny Price
  • Cast: Sally Mayes, Leo Burmester, Matt Cavenaugh and Jenn Colella
  • A new musical based on the 1980 film about a Texas honky-tonk bar, with songs from the movie, and new songs by Jeff Blumenkrantz and Jason Robert Brown.

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MARCH THE PLAY WHAT I WROTE

  • Lyceum Theatre
  • First Preview: March 7
  • Opening: March 30
  • Director: Kenneth Branagh
  • Cast: Hamish McColl, Sean Foley, Toby Jones
  • McColl, Foley and Eddie Braben's comedy homage to a classic British comic team.

LIFE X 3

  • Circle in the Square
  • First Preview: March 11
  • Opening: March 31
  • Director: Matthew Warchus
  • Cast: Helen Hunt, John Turturro, Linda Emond, Brent Spiner
  • A new play from the author of Art

A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG

  • American Airlines Theatre
  • First Preview: March 14
  • Opening: April 3
  • Director: Laurence Boswell
  • Cast: Eddie Izzard, Victoria Hamilton
  • A revival of the Peter Nichols drama about a couple coping with a severely disabled child.

NINE

GYPSY

APRIL A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD

  • Cort Theatre
  • First Preview: April 2
  • Opening: April 13
  • Director: David Petrarca
  • Cast: Mark Linn-Baker, Jay Goede
  • The Robert and Willie Reale musical based on the children's book about a pair of amphibians with an unwavering friendship.

ENCHANTED APRIL

  • Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  • First Preview: April 8
  • Opening: April 29
  • Director: Michael Wilson
  • Cast: Molly Ringwald, Elizabeth Ashley, Jayne Atkinson, Michael Cumpsty, Daniel Gerroll
  • A new play by Matthew Barber based on the book about four Victorian women vacationing in Tuscany.

THE LOOK OF LOVE

  • Brooks Atkinson Theatre
  • First Preview: April 4
  • Opening: May 4
  • Director: Scott Ellis
  • Choreography: Ann Reinking
  • Cast: Liz Callaway, Jeanine La Manna, Shannon Lewis, John Dokuchitz
  • A new musical revue employing the songs of Burt Bacharach and Hal David.

THE MIRACLE WORKER

  • Music Box Theatre
  • First Preview: April 8
  • Opening: April 24
  • Director: Marianne Elliott
  • Cast: Hilary Swank, Skye McCole Bartusiak
  • A new revival of William Gibson's drama about blind and deaf Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan.

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

  • Plymouth Theatre
  • First Preview: April 26
  • Opening: May 6
  • Director: Robert Falls
  • Cast: Brian Dennehy, Venessa Redgrave, Phlip Seymour Hoffman, Robert Sean Leonard
  • A new production of Eugene O'Neill's greatest play

MAY MASTER HAROLD....AND THE BOYS

  • Booth Theatre
  • First Preview: May
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: Lonny Price
  • Cast: Danny Glover
  • A new revival of Athol Fugard's South African drama.

SUMMER 2003 LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

  • Virginia Theatre
  • First Preview: July 22
  • Opening: Aug. 14
  • Director: Connie Grappo
  • Choreographer: TBA
  • Cast: Hunter Foster, Billy Porter, Alice Ripley, Lee Wilkof, Reg Rogers
  • The Alan Menken-Howard Ashman satiric musical about a man-eating plant.

TABOO

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: summer 2003
  • Opening: summer 2003
  • Director: Christopher Renshaw
  • Choreographer: Mark Dendy
  • Cast: Boy George has been mentioned
  • The London musical about the life of George Alan O'Dowd, who is better known as pop star Boy George.

FALL 2003 THE BOY FROM OZ

  • Imperial Theatre
  • First Preview: Sept. 16, 2003
  • Opening: Oct. 16, 2003
  • Director: Philip Wm. McKinley
  • Choreographer: Joey McKneely
  • Cast: Hugh Jackman, Isabel Keating, Beth Fowler
  • The Australian born musical about the life of Peter Allen.

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

  • Minskoff Theatre
  • First Preview: Fall 2003 or Early 2004
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: TBA
  • Choreographer: TBA
  • Cast: Alfred Molina
  • A revival of the classic musical about the travails of Tevye the Dairyman and his daughters.

WICKED

THE VIOLET HOUR

  • Biltmore Theatre—Manhattan Theatre Club
  • First Preview: Oct. 16
  • Opening: Nov. 6
  • Director: Evan Yionoulis
  • Cast: TBA
  • Richard Greenberg's new play set in 1919 about a driven young publisher at the start of his career.

HENRY IV

NEVER GONNA DANCE

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: 2003-04
  • Opening: 2003-04
  • Director: Michael Greif
  • Choreographer: Jerry Mitchell
  • A new musical based on the film "Swing Time" featuring the music of Jerome Kern and a book by Jeffrey Hatcher

2004 SWEET CHARITY

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: TBA
  • Opening: January 2004
  • Director: TBA
  • Cast: Marisa Tomei, Robert Cuccioli
  • A new production of the Cy Coleman musical about an ever-optimistic dance hall hostess.

DROWNING CROW

  • Biltmore Theatre—Manhattan Theatre Club
  • First Preview: Jan. 29, 2004
  • Opening: Feb. 19, 2004
  • Director: TBA
  • Cast: TBA
  • Regina Taylor's take of Chekhov's The Seagull, re-set in the Gullah islands of South Carolina.

KING LEAR

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: February 2004
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: TBA
  • Cast: Christopher Plummer
  • Shakespeare's towering tragedy of an aging king and his three daughters.

BOMBAY DREAMS

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: Spring 2004
  • Opening: Spring 2004
  • Director: Steven Pimlott
  • Choreographer: Anthony Van Laast and Farah Khan
  • The London Bollywood-style musical by composer A. R. Rahman and produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber

SIGHT UNSEEN

  • Biltmore Theatre—Manhattan Theatre Club
  • First Preview: May 6, 2004
  • Opening: May 25, 2004
  • Director: Daniel Sullivan
  • A revival of Donald Margulies' play about a painter conflicted about his art and his past.

2005 THE COAST OF UTOPIA

  • Vivian Beaumont Theatre
  • First Preview: 2005
  • Opening: 2005
  • Director: Jack O'Brien
  • Cast: TBA
  • The U.S. Premiere of Tom Stoppard's sprawling trilogy of plays.
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