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Red Mill! Musical comedy Set dates for Germany
Spectacular and spectacular news for the German public! As previously announced, Red Mill! Musical comedy will open in Cologne, and dates have been revealed for the arc. Performances will begin on October 19 at the Musical Dome, which will be completely renovated for the production, and will open on November 6. The German-language production of Red Mill! Musical comedy will be the fifth to open after Broadway, Melbourne, London and the North American tour, which kicks off March 19. Seoul is slated for December and Tokyo for 2023. The show won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Musical.

Gilles Terera
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Giles Terera will star in The Witches of Eastwick Concert
Olivier Award winner Giles Terera will play the role of Darryl Van Horne in a special concert of The Witches of Eastwick at the Sondheim Theater in London on June 20. With book and lyrics by John Dempsey and music by Dana P. Rowe, the show is based on the John Updike novel and Warner Brothers film. The story highlights three women, tired of their small town: Alex, Sukie and Jane. They all share the desire for “all kinds of men in one man” to provide excitement and variety. This man arrives in the evil form of Darryl Van Horne (Terera), who seduces women and teaches them powers they never knew they had. Maria Friedman will conduct with musical direction by Stephen Mear. It will be the first time the musical has been seen in London since it was performed at the Theater Royal Drury Lane in 2000 before moving to the Prince of Wales Theater in 2001. Additional casting will be announced later.

Watch Brian Cox take on HBO Euphoria
Olivier Prize winner and Succession star Brian Cox appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to offer his take on a scene from season two of Euphoria. Watch him step in as Cassie (played on the show by Sydney Sweeney) below!

Skylar Astin stars as Geena Davis’ son in legal drama pilot
Broadway alum Skylar Astin has been tapped to star opposite Geena Davis in CBS’ mother-son legal drama pilot. Deadline reports that the project comes from writer/executive producer Scott Prendergast and executive producer Phil McGraw and follows Todd (Astin), a talented but directionless PI who is the black sheep of his family. Despite their opposite personalities, he agrees to work as an insider investigator for his overbearing mother Joan (Davis), a successful lawyer reeling from the recent dissolution of her marriage. As previously announced, Astin also joined Season 18 of Grey’s Anatomy.

Kyle Beltran and Will Brill
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Kyle Beltran & Will Brill set for A case for the existence of God
Broadway alumni Kyle Beltran (The cherry orchard) and Will Brill (Oklahoma!) will star in the world premiere of Samuel D. Hunter A case for the existence of God at the Pershing Square Signature Center on Broadway this spring. The new work, directed by Tony winner David Cromer, will begin performances April 12 and open May 2. choose to open each of their worlds to the other. Hunter is a Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, and an Obie Award-winning playwright. He also received a 2014 MacArthur Fellowship.