Rush Hour News Brief — March 30 | Playbill

News Rush Hour News Brief — March 30 The top news of the day in five minutes or less.

Here are the top theatre news stories that broke this afternoon and are ready to break this evening. To read more, just click the link.

Act of God plans a second coming on Broadway this summer with Will & Grace star Sean Hayes.

Encores! 1776, with Hamilton-like diverse array of theatre stars, begins tonight.

A civil rights attorney slams Hamilton for "non-whites only" casting notice — and Equity responds.

Brooks Ashmanskas, Beth Leavel and Christopher Sieber will star in the world premiere of the Broadway-bound The Prom musical.

Broadway’s On Your Feet! cast album sets a release date.

Julie Andrews-helmed My Fair Lady will seek to recreate the Broadway original.

NBC chooses Aaron Sorkin's play A Few Good Men for first live non-musical TV broadcast.

Immersive Donny Hathaway musical is headed to Center Stage.

Michael Feinstein is planning an April London workshop for his own Gold Room musical.

Visit our main News page to read these and lots more breaking theatre news stories.

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