Last month, Broadway's 2010-11 Theatrical Season began in earnest as seven new plays and musicals started previews. October, the ante is upped as eight more shows begin their first performances.
They include Driving Miss Daisy (October 7, previewed here), The Scottsboro Boys (October 7, tryout reviewed here) Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (October 8, previewed here), Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles (October 19, previewed here), The Merchant Of Venice (October 19, previewed here), A Free Man Of Color (October 21, previewed here), Long Story Short (October 22, previewed here) and The Pee-Wee Herman Show (October 26, previewed here).
With all of these new and revived plays and musicals, I invite you to respond to my latest SOB Poll below that asks, "Which of these productions do you most want to see?"
Please take a moment to vote in this poll, and feel free to provide your comments below as to why.
Labels: A Free Man Of Color, Driving Miss Daisy, Long Story Short, Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles, The Merchant Of Venice, The Pee-Wee Herman Show, The Scottsboro Boys, Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown