Michael Riedel Today: ‘Passing Strange,’ the best musical to not win a Tony, is back
Posted by: jesse21 07:51 am EDT 07/14/17


In today’s New York Post, Michal Riedel writes:

“Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater is producing the show [Passing Strange] from Jan. 10 to Feb. 18. Stew, now 55, won’t be in this revival but he and [Heidi] Rodewald plan to oversee it.

“The director is Tea Alagic, who has an excellent reputation for her work off-Broadway and in regional theater; her production of Constellations at the Wilma earlier this year got rave reviews.

“Broadway producer John Hart (Once, A Bronx Tale) is reportedly hovering around the production with an eye to bringing it to Broadway next spring, though he told me these were early days.”

Click here to read Michael Riedel’s column.


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