Odds & Ends: Hamilton to Land in Germany & the Netherlands & More

first_img Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Hamilton to Land in Germany & the NetherlandsThe world is wide enough for Hamilton! Stage Entertainment is working on German and Dutch versions of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s gargantuan hit. According to Volkskrant, it will however, be at least three years before the Tony-winning musical reaches the stage in the two countries. The first international production of Hamilton is scheduled to begin performances at London’s Victoria Palace Theatre next year.Party With Mel B on New Year’s EveWhoopee! Mel B begins performances as Roxie in Chicago on December 28, but you’ll also be able to ring in the New Year with her. Scary Spice will be spicing up co-hosting NBC’s New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly in Times Square; the broadcast is set to feature special performances from musical superstars Alicia Keys, Pentatonix and Blake Shelton.Condola Rashad to Star Opposite Chiwetel EjioforTony nominee Condola Rashad, who will next be seen on Broadway in A Doll’s House, Part 2, has boarded the cast of Netflix’s Come Sunday, Deadline writes. The film, headlined by Chiwetel Ejiofor, follows the true story of a well-known evangelical minister in Tulsa, who reveals that hell doesn’t exist.Bryce Pinkham Gets FancyHoliday Inn’s Bryce Pinkham and Lucas Caleb Rooney will co-host Zara Aina’s fourth annual Big Ol’ Fancy Pants Benefit on December 12. The pair founded the organization to help at-risk children in Madagascar expand their capacity for achievement through theatrical performance and storytelling. The one-night-only concert will take place at the Sheen Center’s Loreto Theater and include performances by Pinkham and more; you can buy tickets here.Comet Scribe’s Second New York ShowThe Great Comet’s mastermind, Dave Malloy, will soon have another tuner playing in New York. Beardo, with book and lyrics by Jason Craig, music by Malloy and directed by Ellie Heyman, is set to make its Big Apple premiere at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Brooklyn. The Russian indie rock musical, which examines royalty, peasantry, sex, dirt, grandeur and hemophilia, is scheduled to play a limited engagement February 3, 2017 through February 26. Lin-Manuel Miranda in ‘Hamilton'(Photo: Joan Marcus) View Commentslast_img read more


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