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4 shows announced for Broadway in Fresno’s 2019-20 season

'Finding Neverland'

Broadway in Fresno this morning announced its 2019-20 season at the Saroyan Theatre:

FINDING NEVERLAND

Jan. 14-15, 2020: The story behind one of the world’s most beloved characters: Peter Pan. A Fresno premiere.

CHICAGO

March 3-4, 2020: One of Broadway’s longest running musicals returns to Fresno.

LES MISÉRABLES

April 28-May 3, 2020: You can hear the people sing again in Fresno.

WAITRESS

June 6, 2020 (matinee and evening performances): The hit Sara Bareilles musical makes its Fresno premiere.


Related story: As ‘Something Rotten!’ this way comes, a musical chance to laugh with Shakespeare

My first thoughts: It’s not the superstar lineup that Broadway in Fresno offered for the 2018-19 season, but I’m excited about “Waitress” making it here just a little over a year after the national tour played in San Francisco. You’ll notice there’s no “19” in the 2019-20 season; I’m hoping that another title will slip in for the fall. Else we have to wait eight months between “Something Rotten!” and our next Broadway engagement, and that just seems too long! My fingers are crossed.

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Comments (2)

  • Jay Parks

    Don’t know much about the Neverland title, but Chicago, Les Miz, and Waitress are all great!

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  • Sandi Moore

    Yup. Eight months is too long!

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