From First Date to Cabaret, A Look at the 2013-14 Season: The Musicals
04 Apr 2014
Michelle Williams in Cabaret.
Photo by Joan Marcus
With the 2013-14 Broadway season coming to a close this month (April 24 is the cut-off date for eligibility for the 68th Annual Tony Awards), Playbill.com offers a four-part look at the current season. First up are the musicals.
From the original musical First Date, about getting set up in the city, to the Broadway return of the Tony Award-winning Cabaret, which will open on the last day of eligibility, here is an overview of the 16 musicals that have opened or will open in time for the 2013 Tonys, which will take place June 8 at Radio City Music Hall.
Look out for future roundups of new plays, play revivals and special engagements.
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