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    NEWSLETTERS

    TK
    Pascal Le Segretain
    Glenn Close and Kristin Chenoweth, both seen here at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, will return to Broadway in the 2014-15 season.

    While you were trying to figure out why Solange attacked Jay-Z, here’s what was happening this week In the Wings.

     

    Glenn Close will return to Broadway after a two-decade absence in “A Delicate Balance.” As NBC previously reported, the six-time Oscar nominee will lead a revival of Edward Albee’s domestic dramedy “A Delicate Balance.” John Lithgow, Martha Plimpton, Lindsay Duncan, Clare Higgins and Bob Balaban will also star. Direction will come from Pam McKinnon, who won a Tony for directing the acclaimed revival of Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” last season. “A Delicate Balance” will play a limited 18-week run with previews beginning Oct. 20 and an opening night scheduled for Nov. 20. [More info]

    Kristin Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher will lead a revival of “On the Twentieth Century.” Scott Eliis will direct the revival of the Betty Comden/Adolph Green/Cy Coleman musical for the Roundabout Theatre Company. Previews begin Feb. 12, 2015 with opening night set for March 12 at Broadway’s American Airlines Theatre. Consiquently, the Roundabout's previously announced revival of "Noises Off" starring Andrea Martin has been postponed to Fall 2015. [More Info]

    “Casa Valentina” has extended its Broadway run by two weeks. Tickets are now on sale through June 29. “Casa Valentina” has been nominated for four Tony awards, including best play. [More info]

    “Queen of the Night” has extended through August 31. The immersive entertainment event, created by “Sleep No More” producer Randy Weiner, is a fusion of cuisine, theater, circus and nightlife. “Queen of the Night” plays Tuesdays through Sundays beginning at 7:30pm, with tiered ticket prices beginning at $140. [More info]

    The Drama League have announced the winners of their 80th annual awards. “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” was name distinguished musical while “All the Way” took distinguished play. Distinguished revival of a musical and play went to “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “The Glass Menagerie” respectively. Neil Patrick Harris was awarded the distinguished performance award for his role in “Hedwig.” [More info]