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News Schedule of Upcoming Broadway Openings
 
Here is the schedule of upcoming Broadway openings. Schedule subject to change.

Here is the schedule of upcoming Broadway openings. Schedule subject to change.

OCTOBER

DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES

  • Minskoff Theatre
  • First Preview: Oct. 16
  • Opening: Dec. 9
  • Director: John Rando
  • Choreographer: John Carrafa
  • Cast: Michael Crawford, Rene Auberjonois, Max von Essen, Ron Orbach and Mandy Gonzalez
  • A musical based on the 1967 Roman Polanski film "The Fearless Vampire Killers", with book and lyrics by Michael Kunze and music by Jim Steinman.
NOVEMBER DINNER AT EIGHT
  • Vivian Beaumont Theatre
  • First Preview: Nov. 23
  • Opening: Dec. 19
  • Director: Gerald Gutierrez
  • Cast: Christine Ebersole, Joe Grifasi, James Rebhorn, Emily Skinner, Byron Jennings
  • A new production of George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's 1932 comedy.
IMAGINARY FRIENDS
  • Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  • First Preview: Nov. 25
  • Opening: Dec. 12
  • Director: Jack O'Brien
  • Cast: Cherry Jones, Swoosie Kurtz, Harry Groener
  • Nora Ephron's play about the feuding literary femmes Lillian Hellman and Mary McCarthy.
DECEMBER MEDEA

  • Brooks Atkinson Theatre
  • First Preview: Dec. 4
  • Opening: Dec. 10
  • Director: Deborah Warner
  • Cast: Fiona Shaw
  • The Abbey Theatre of Dublin's production of Euripides' tragedy.
TARTUFFE
  • American Airlines Theatre
  • First Preview: Dec. 6, 2002
  • Opening: Jan. 9, 2003
  • Director: Joe Dowling
  • Cast: Brian Bedford, Henry Goodman, J. Smith-Cameron
  • Moliere's comedy about a religious hypocrite.
JANUARY 2003 MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM

  • Royale Theatre
  • First Preview: Jan. 17, 2003
  • Opening: Feb. 6, 2003
  • Director: Marion McClinton
  • Cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Charles S. Dutton
  • A revival of the 1984 August Wilson drama.
LAUGH WHORE
  • Music Box Theatre
  • First Preview: Jan. 23, 2003
  • Opening: TBA
  • Cast: Mario Cantone
  • A solo show starring the comedian and actor.
FEBRUARY TAKE ME OUT

  • Walter Kerr Theatre
  • First Preview: Feb. 4, 2003
  • Opening: Feb. 27, 2003
  • Director: Joe Mantello
  • Cast: Daniel Sunjata, Neal Huff, Frederick Weller, Denis O'Hare
  • Richard Greenberg's play about a professional baseball player who comes out of the closet and causes a furor.
URBAN COWBOY
  • Broadhurst Theatre
  • First Preview: February 2003
  • Opening: TBA
  • 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.
MARCH NINE

  • Eugene O'Neill Theatre
  • First Preview: March 11, 2003
  • Opening: April 10, 2003
  • Director: David Leveaux
  • Cast: Antonio Banderas, Chita Rivera, Laura Benanti, Jane Krakowski, Mary Stuart Masterson
  • A revival of the Maury Yeston musical based on Fellini's film "8 1/2."
A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG
  • American Airlines Theatre
  • First Preview: March 14, 2003
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: Laurence Boswell
  • Cast: Eddie Izzard, Victoria Hamilton
  • A revival of the Peter Nichols drama about a couple coping with a severely disabled child.
2003 A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD

  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: early 2003
  • Opening: TBA
  • 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.
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: summer 2003
  • Opening: summer 2003
  • Director: Connie Grappo
  • Choreographer: TBA
  • The Alan Menken-Howard Ashman satiric musical about a man-eating plant.
NEVER GONNA DANCE
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: spring 2003
  • Opening: spring 2003
  • 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
THE LOOK OF LOVE
  • Brooks Atkinson Theatre
  • First Preview: April 1, 2003
  • Opening: May 4, 2003
  • Director: Scott Ellis
  • Choreography: Ann Reinking
  • Cast: Liz Callaway, Jeanine La Manna, Shannon Lewis
  • A new musical revue employing the songs of Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
SWEET CHARITY
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: summer 2003
  • Opening: Aug. 17, 2003
  • Director: Walter Bobbie
  • Cast: Marisa Tomei
  • A new production of the Cy Coleman musical about an ever-optimistic dance hall hostess.
GYPSY
  • Shubert Theatre
  • First Preview: March 24, 2003
  • Opening: Apr. 24, 2003
  • Director: Sam Mendes
  • Choreographer: Jerry Mitchell
  • Cast: Bernadette Peters, Tammy Blanchard, Kate Reinders, John Dossett
  • A new production of the classic Styne-Sondheim-Laurents musical about Gypsy Rose Lee and her hard-driving stage mother.
THE MIRACLE WORKER
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: April 2003
  • Opening: Spring 2003
  • Director: Marianne Elliott
  • Cast: Hilary Swank
  • A new revival of William Gibson's drama about blind and deaf Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan.
CAMILLE CLAUDEL
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: TBA
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: Gabriel Barre
  • Cast: Linda Eder
  • Frank Wildhorn's new musical about the French sculptress.
LIFE X 3
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: TBA
  • Opening: TBA
  • Director: Matthew Warchus
  • Cast: TBA
  • A new play from the author of Art
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
  • The Australian born musical about the life of Peter Allen.
WICKED
  • Theatre TBA
  • First Preview: TBA
  • Opening: Oct. 31, 2003
  • Director: Joe Mantello
  • Choreographer: Wayne Cilento
  • Cast: Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Dana Ivey
  • Stephen Schwartz's Oz-flavored new musical based on Gregory Maguire's novel
—By Robert Simonson

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