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Villains and monsters slated for Broadway next season

Villains and monsters slated for Broadway next season

A look at some of the shows headed to the Great White Way.

1. A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder[UTSanDiego.com]
March 8, 2013

The new musical comedy, starring Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays, begins previews at the Walter Kerr Theater on October 22. Mays stars as eight different heirs to an Edwardian-era dukedom, all of whom stand in the way of ninth heir vying for the royal title.  

Read a review of the Old Globe production »

2. Bullets Over Broadway [ArtsBeat.NYTimes.com]
June 14, 2012

Egos and bullets run amok when a mob boss offers to produce a struggling writer's new play — but only if the mobster's girlfriend gets a part. Susan Stroman directs the new musical based on Woody Allen's 1994 film.

Read more on ArtsBeat » [NYTimes.com]

3. King Kong [ArtsBeat.NYTimes.com]
June 26, 2013

King Kong recently opened in Australia to mixed reviews, but that hasn't stopped the creative team from attempting to land a Broadway engagement for the supersized spectacle.

Read more »

4. Richard III [BroadwayWorld.com]
June 6, 2013

Everyone's favorite Machiavellian villain returns to Broadway, starring an all-male company and two-time Tony Award-winner Mark Rylance. 

Read more about the production, direct from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London »

5. A Time to Kill [PopWatch.EW.com]
June 25, 2013

Based on John Grisham's 1989 novel, A Time to Kill tells the story of a man who takes justice into his own hands after his daughter becomes the victim of a horrifying crime.

Read more »