The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to see Clybourne Park!

There was a lot of drama surrounding Clybourne Park’s journey to Broadway.  But that drama couldn’t trump the stuff that was happening on the stage, and Clybourne not only opened, it went on to win the Tony Award for Best Play.

And now, one of you can see it for free.  And the timing is perfect, because this Pulitzer and Olivier Award-Winning play is about to enter its final weeks on the Broadway.

How do you win?

Glad you asked.

As you may know, Clybourne Park is about events that happen after Lorraine Hansberry’s classic, A Raisin in the Sun.

In the comments below, tell me the title of another play (or musical) that you’d like to see the “aftermath” of.  Bonus points for a title.

For example . . . I’d love to see the after-effects of The Heidi Chronicles.  What happens when the kid grows up?  And I’d call it . . . Grown-up.

So there you have it, now comment away and you can win the tix!

 

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  • Morgan Lawrence says:

    Hope to hear from you! I’d love tickets to Clybourne Park!!!

    • Morgan Lawrence says:

      And I think I would like to see what happens after “Streetcar Named Desire”, just recently saw it on Broadway and loved it!!!

    • Rachel E says:

      I’d love to see a sequel to A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE called PAPER LANTERNS. The story would resume a year after Blanche has been committed. Now released from the asylum, Blanche returns to the Kowalski residence – this time carrying Stanley’s baby in her arms. Faced with the living proof of Stanley’s actions and the guilt of having her sister wrongly committed, Stella must come to terms with who her husband truly is, and both women must finally abandon the illusions to which they’ve both so desperately clung and face reality.

  • Jenny Sims says:

    I’d love to see the aftermath of The Drowsy Chaperone. Perhaps we’d be able to go along on the Hangover Honeymoon.

  • Jesse says:

    I’d love to see a play about why Godot was so late. GODOT: STUCK ON THE 6 TRAIN.

  • Emily says:

    I’d love to see the after-effects of Closer. With a Dan/ Larry meeting post Alice’s death? And I’d call it . . . Flights.

  • Susan says:

    I would love to see Karen’s story after Speed the Plow and it would be called Be Merry and Glad.

  • Jesse says:

    Oh and maybe an aftermath of GOD OF CARNAGE. Would love to see them cleaning up.

  • Michael Dale says:

    I’d like to see the after-effects of Bye, Bye, Birdie, where he’s trying to make a comeback 20 years after going into the army and you can call it… Oh, wait a minute… Never mind.

  • Allie says:

    “Once” could be cool. You could see Guy in New York trying to break into the music business, and trying to build his relationship with his Ex-Girlfriend but being held back by his feelings for Girl and everything that happened back at home. Call it “Second Time Around” hahaha

  • Todd says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” called “Who’s Come to Terms with Virginia Woolf?” in which George and Martha live a newly sobered life. It will probably be a very, very boring play until they invite two younger colleagues over to play a game…

    a very uneventful and sober game of bridge.

  • Karlan says:

    How about a follow up to Jesus Christ Superstar? The story of the 12 Apostles could be fascinating and is totally untapped dramatically. Wait, this idea is too good! Potential!!

    • David McKibbin says:

      With only one of them still living after the crucifixion, it would be called “John: The Smart One”.

  • Randi says:

    I’d love to see what happens after “Once” ends. It can be called “Twice!”

  • David McKibbin says:

    I was thinking about the afterlife of Next to Normal, particularly from the perspectives of Natalie and Diana. If it were Natalie’s story, I’d call it “Gone too Far”, while Diana’s story would be “Far too Normal”.

  • Yosi Merves says:

    I’d love to see a sequel to Hairspray.

  • Angela says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to 12 Angry Men in which the boy who was accused of the original crime is now sitting on a jury, about 10-15 years later. I’m going to assume that there would then be women on the jury as well, but I can’t come up with a title for it that doesn’t sound lame. “12 Angry People”, “12 Angry Persons”, “12 Angry Jurors”… Maybe that’s the wrong way to go. Perhaps something less connected to the original title, like “Jury of Your Peers”.

  • Brandon says:

    August: Osage County

    maybe ‘September: Osage County’ 😉

  • Jonathon says:

    I’d love to see the aftermath of “Brigadoon”. Set one hundred years after the events of the original “Brigadoon”, it would not only follow Tommy as he adjusts to his new life with Fiona in the magical, time-trapped Scottish town, but would show what happens when two modern-day strangers, carrying cell phones and GPS, stumble on the town. Or maybe a major city has sprung up on the site of Brigadoon and now ancient cottages coexist with office buildings and shopping malls. As for a title, maybe “The New ‘Doon”.

  • What happens in the lives of all the happy couples in ANYTHING GOES? See the sequel- EVERYTHING BLOWS.

  • Christina T says:

    I would love to see what happens after the end of How to Succeed. How far does Ponty get? Does he end up being president!

  • Jordan says:

    I would love some Sondheim sequels. To Sunday in the Park with George I would like Monday in the Park with George, for A Little Night Music I would like A Lot of Night Music, for Do I Hear a Waltz I would like No You Don’t, for Company I would like Alone, for The Frogs I would like The Toads, and obviously for West Side Story I would like East Side Story. I could even deal with Into the Suburbs (a new musical about the Baker, Cinderella, Little Red, and Jack moving to middle America to escape the hussle and bussle of dead giants). 😉

    • Jordan says:

      In all seriousness, I think it would be very interesting to see Take a Left (the fictional musical in Merrily We Roll Along). I would be very interested in seeing Sondheim write the show in the style of Frank and Charlie and see what it was like. I also think that a sequel to A Doll’s House would be intriguing. It could be called The Keeper (referring to Torvald as the doll keeper/master) and could discuss Torvald more in depth after Nora leaves him, and could also explain Nora’s whereabouts and what her life is like now.

  • Greg says:

    I’d love to see the aftermath of Hair, I’d call it trimmed

  • Marquetta says:

    Someone landed the Waiting For Godot answer before me…

    Hmm. I want to see The Book of Arnold. Something about that line in The Book of Mormon fascinated me. I’d love to see the new elders trying to carry out the gospel of Elder Cunningham.

  • I would like to see what happens to Cross-Eyed Petrushka who left Madame Ranevskaya’s house (in The Cherry Orchard) to work at the police inspector’s office. (Gayev’s speech) It could be called, “Cross-Eyed Justice”

  • Zoe says:

    I think it’d be cool to have a sequel to Chess. They could call it Checkmate (:

  • Josh says:

    How about re-visiting Albert Innaurato’s classic comedy? “Hastings” — Judith Hastings pays a surprise visit to her brother Randy and his husband, Francis Geminiani, on the eve Francis’ 60th birthday.

  • Courtney Harge says:

    I would love to know what happens in the aftermath of Doubt – no one leaves that play confidant in their next steps. I would simply name it After.

  • Grace says:

    I’d love to see the “aftermath” of DEATH OF A SALESMAN. Thanks for the chance!

  • Bonnie says:

    I would like to see what happens to the happy couples at the end of “Guys and Dolls”. Would Nathan and Sky really change because of love, or would the title be “Have You Seen My Husband?”

  • Tricia Ostermann says:

    The sequel to Baby– call it Teenagers: Send ‘Em Back.

    In all seriousness, I’d love to see the continuation to Porgy and Bess and Ragtime. Not sure what the titles would be, but I’d love those stories to have sequels.

  • d. roeder says:

    I’d love to see what happened after Dogfight, because I feel like the current ending doesn’t complete the story arc and I’d like to see more material from the show!

  • Laurie Bloom says:

    CHICAGO: Prison Break!

  • Robin F says:

    Either Hedda Gabbler – did she shoot herself or something else behind that curtain – and call it Gunshot or The Crucible. Although the crucible has been done. Abigail 1892 I believe. Sadly I’ve been unable to find a copy at The Drama Book Store!

  • Miriam Baron says:

    9 – 5! Call it HAPPY HOUR!

  • Spamalot! Cus now that Lancelot is gay, how the hell is he supposed to sleep with Guinevere (The Lady of the Lake) !?!?!?!?!?!?!!! There’s a lot of funny drama in that one! I’d call it Spamagay!! A must see!!!!

  • Pat says:

    How about the aftermath to Long Days Journey: “Madness at Midnight.”

  • Jim Peeples says:

    How about the Bobby’s life after “Company”. Call it “Bobby Bubbie”

  • Jen Sandler says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to “In the Heights”. Lin clearly left some unfinished business when he wrote it. We need to see what happens to Usnavi and Vanessa, Benny and Nina, Sonny, Graffiti Pete!
    It would be called “Once Again In the Heights”

  • Elliot says:

    I’d like to see what happens to Nora after “A Doll House”

  • Marc says:

    A sequel to HAIRSPRAY…maybe “Blow Out” or “Rinse” 🙂

  • Robin Gelf says:

    I’d love to see what happens to “Annie.” Does she get married and have kids of her own or does she adopt? Does she develop a drinking problem and follow in the footsteps of Miss Hannigan? Does she find her real parents via the internet and we see her try to develop a relationship with them? The show could be called “Anne” because she’s dropped her childhood nickname or maybe she’s now a transgender man, and the title could be “Danny.” Either way, I think the title song should be “Today” instead of “Tomorrow” because Annie has become very spiritual over time and has learned how to live in the present.

  • Eva says:

    What happens to Charity and her friends. THey find something better than being dance hall girls and open a Home for ex-prostitutes and stay at home Moms who need to reenter the work force. It could be called Sweet Charity Begins At Home.
    Loved the Godot comment and always wondered about Brigadoon as well and I too absolutely loved Dog Fight!

  • Jessie Kastenbaum says:

    I would love to see what happens after Once. Do they somehow get back together? It could be called Twice. (I am so sorry for making that joke.)

  • Art Reker says:

    Winning tickets to see Clyborne park would make my day. Even my year.

  • Elisabeth says:

    ‘Rose & Louise’, a musical following the reconciled mother-daughter singing/dancing duo. The dainty June act is scrapped, and in its place stands a new kind of vaudeville comprised of tasteful stripteases and killer ballads.

  • Jeff Walsh says:

    The characters from Rent 10 years later could be interesting…

    Title: Mortgage!

  • Kate says:

    I’d like to see what happens after the end of COCK. I’d probably name it ‘Cock Block, or Outside the Arena’

  • Jillian Torre says:

    I would love to see a sequel to the Sound of Music to see what happens after the VonTrapps escape Austria.

  • Elise says:

    My Fair Lady with the follow-up My Old Man! I want to see the kiss that never happens between Eliza and Henry, and can you imagine Henry with a couple of wild kids messing up his library?

  • WC says:

    I’d love to continue the story from “Six Degrees of Separation”. See what the Kittridges are up to. “Seven Degrees of Separation”?

  • Marybeth says:

    How about a sequel to The Norman Conquests called The East Gringstead Occupation?

  • Brian Weiner says:

    In my high school English class I teach Mamet’s Oleanna. By the end of the play, the students become extremely frustrated with both characters, and I think the play is unbalanced in favor of John. Students often think that he is justified in losing his mind on Carol (some even cheer when he assaults her). I’d love to see the next depiction of this relationship. Perhaps it could even be in Clybourne park style and take place in another time with other genders or sexes. But, ultimately the students would like to understand more about John and Carol – and something else with which the can establish empathy for Carol.

  • Aaron Deitsch says:

    How about a sequel to “The Importance of Being Earnest”? How hilarious would that be?! We could call it “The Importance of Being Earnest-er”!

  • gj says:

    The parallel play to the GOD OF CARNAGE
    perhaps calling it “Kids of Karnage”

    Both kids are offstage while their parents hash things out in the original, play how did it all start? was it just a molehill exacerbated by the parents??

    And how did each set of parents confront their own kids after their shouting session with each other. Were the kids forgiven, or punished (grounded).

    The 2nd act could continue as the kids meet in school the following year: as friends? enemies?? lovers??? (the off-broadway version 😉

  • Tim R. says:

    It’s Christmas at the Westons! Everyone gather ’round the tree for one hell of a family reunion…

    “December:Osage County”

  • Preston Gabay says:

    How about a sequel to Into the Woods? Entitled, “Home Before Dark”, the story follows the Baker’s child growing up amidst a slew of new fairy tale creatures with all sorts of life lessons…and of course, giants in the sky!

  • Alan says:

    Here’s one for you:
    A follow-up to “HAIR” that takes place at a reunion party some 30 years later…the musical to be named “BALD”. Marriages and divorces, employment and unemployment, kids and empty nesters, money and no money, etc…all the things that life throws at you when you least expect it.

  • I’d love to see the aftermath of In The Heights, called 96,000.

    Oh, and I’d love to see the aftermath of Raisin in the sun, Clybourne Park is a good name 😉

  • Sheryl Wiener says:

    Follow up to ANYTHING GOES……EVERYTHINGS GONE.

  • Robb J. says:

    when I was a kid I wanted to know what happened to all the other orphans from Annie.

    But then I realized I got my wish with the show “The Life”

  • Matthew says:

    This ones very easy…..

    Angels in America! No play or musical has completely knocked my socks off like AIA and I never cared so much about what happened to a particular group of characters!

    What are Pryor, Harper, Hannah, Belize, Louis and Joe doing now?!!?

    Is Pryor still alive and kicking ass? Is Harper doing better? Married? Does she have children (or seals?)? Is Belize still a nurse or is he running for political office? Is Joe happily mated with a guy and still Republican (and Mormon? And would he back Mitt Romney?)? Has Louis grown a pair?! Where is Hannah? Still in NYC giving out her unique and oh-so-salty advice and opinions?

    Boy could we use some “Angels” now!

    Best to all, Matt

  • First Lady of Yonkers! The sequel to Hello, Dolly!/The Matchmaker in which we see Dolly Levi continuing to be a benefactress and how she continues to meddle in the affairs of all in Yonkers!

  • Morgan M says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about this and mostly I am a big believer that a good play should be satisfying enough that you don’t need or want to see anymore. But having said that I would kill for more of iHo. I was so obsessed with that play at The Public last year and I just would love confirmation that Gus pays Eli to assist him in his suicide. Although part of me feels the reason the play is so good is because you can argue about it after the play with the people you went with so I am very conflicted.

  • Nick V says:

    How about a sequel to My Fair Lady? Higgins and Eliza teach their new born son how to talk like a proper gentleman. The show would be appropriately titled MY FAIR BABY.

  • A Doll’s House

    Sequel:
    A Woman’s World

  • Rebecca L. says:

    I’d love to see a sequel to Into the Woods with Little Red all grown up and the Baker’s son taking on the kind of Jack role…would be great to incorporate even more fairy tales/folklore.

    It could be called Happily Ever.

  • Sue says:

    I need to see the sequel to The Book of Mormon. Our friends the Ugandans descend on Salt Lake City for their Mormon training. When they become US citizens, who will they vote for in the Presidential election?!?

  • Alan B. says:

    I won this contest once before and the show closed before I could get to see it.
    I have seen all the other hits shows on Broadway this season except for “Clybourne Park” so maybe I deserve a “do over?”
    I promise to cancel everything on my schedule and go see the show the day after I win the tickets! THANKS!

  • Harry Kazman says:

    What happened to Sancho and Aldonza after MAN OF LA MANCHA? Call it SANCHO.

  • Michael says:

    I’d like to see what happens to Alan after the end of EQUUS – his attempt to return to a normal life. Perhaps he gets a girlfriend, finishes high school, and gets accepted to a prestigious institute of higher learning studying psychology/religion and then the violent episodes slowly return. Call it PASSING (Alan) STRANG!

  • Rosie says:

    I’d like to see the sequel to “Nuts.” Call it “Still Crazy After All These Years?”

  • Annie says:

    The sequel to “Sweet Charity,” which might be called “Soured on Life.”

  • Allen Lentino says:

    A sequel to West Side Story would be terrific. What happened after Tony and Chino died in that playlot? Did it end the fighting between the Jets and Sharks? How did the others in the neighborhood react? What happened to Maria and Anita? How did changes in society and the urban environment around them impact their lives? The title… “One Hand, One Heart.”

  • Cara DeAngelis says:

    A sequel to Bonnie & Clyde…oh…wait, lol

    But seriously – A follow up to “Violet” Whay happened to Monty in the war, perhaps his love for Violet kept him going and he returns to win her back. How was life for Flick and Violet in the early 60s as a interracial couple? Do they still play poker? How does she feel now about her scar? Maybe we find out there was never a scar at all. I’d like to call it Shades of Violet, but thats obviously too close to Shades of Grey. Perhaps Violet Hues or Violet Shadows

  • M Nelson says:

    I’d love to see the Next to Normal aftermath… What happens to Diane.

    Call it: Back to Normal

  • Lindsay B says:

    I’d love to see a sequel to The Book of Mormon. The way they ended it left so many questions about what those elders would face back in the states. How do you go back to mission control and explain the complete degradation of their leader. Joesph Smith.

    A possible title:
    The Book of Mormon: Missions Back to Smith.

  • Ellen Orchid says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to “Death of a Salesman”. Call it “Birth of a Saleswoman- Linda’s Revenge”. It would make a great musical; call it “Pay Attention!” In act I, Linda throws out Biff and Happy because they’re bums – let’s face it. Then she looks up the lady from Boston who had an affair with Willy and confronts her, finally stranglig her with the new silk stockings Willy’d given her (while Linda had to mend her own old ones!). She then returns to NY where she goes to Howard’s office and offers to be their first saleswoman. She offers to use Willy’s old sample collection. She points out that women know what clothes women want. When Howard balks, Linda threatens an affirmative action suit and gets her job. In the final reconciliation scene, a married (and unhappy) Happy shows up and tells Linda that he kept his word and settled down, and she is going to be a grandmother. She hugs him warmly, congratulates him, then beats him soundly to death with the rubber hose that Willy had hidden in the basement and was going to use to asphyxiate himself. Biff shows up at Happy’s funeral, and asks her why she did it. She sings her show-stopping eleven o’clock number, “Attention Must Be Paid”. He collapses at her feet, begging for forgiveness. He wants to move back home, having tired of life in the Bellevue Mens’ Homeless Shelter. She rejects him yet again, but in a gesture of compassion gives him a suitcase of Willy’s samples to sell for cigarettes. CURTAIN.

  • Cheryl Dzubak says:

    Mary Poppins! What happens to her after she leaves the family she has been with? Does she get married? Does she go to another family? Does she lose her “magical’ skills?

  • Joe Buonadonna says:

    Avenue Q… Gentrification

  • Brandon Martin says:

    I would say either:
    “Next to Normal” calling it “Forgetting Normal”

    OR

    “Rent” calling it “Over the Dying Moon” Based 20 yers later than he original

  • Brandon Martin says:

    One more “August:Osage County”

    Called “Leaving Osage County” About how the family copes with the death of Violet

  • Brian says:

    A sequel to Smile call Veneers. The Winner of the pageant is forced to resign when they find nude photos of her. After a career lull she has a successful recording career. That’s followed by mix of vamp Tv roles and occasional Broadway appearances. Vanessa Williams would be a great lead!

  • Stewart E says:

    How about Hair. Call it “Let the Reality In” . Make it 40 years later in 2009 and let the tribe meet for weekend like in the movie “The Big Chill” . As they all give their stories on how they gave in to the ways of the world and gave up their dreams.

  • Alexa says:

    Arcadia…called Chaos Theory. The complicated and grown up love story of Thomasina and Septimus in the past and Valentine and Hannah in the present. The theme explored would be: can you be too smart to fall in love?

  • Michael L. says:

    I’d love to see the sequel to “This is our Youth,” which takes place in the Florida retirement home where Dennis and Warren are still figuring out what to do with their lives. Title: “These are Our Golden Years.”

  • Joshua Friedmann says:

    I’d love to see the aftermath of Good Boys and True. The play kept me in thought and suspense during the whole show and I think that it would be awesome to find out more about what happened to the families effected by the incident.

  • kevin jeffers says:

    Ken

    Appreciated the graphs of months/show openings… perhaps a better question is….

    is there any correlation between a shows opening and its recoup!

    love to see those graphs.

    Kevin

  • Kayla says:

    Without a doubt, Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem. While the ending is incredibly powerful, it’d be interesting to see the aftermath.

  • Stephanie says:

    How about Gore Vidal’s The Best Man? It can focus on Senator Joseph Cantwell and be titled “The Biggest Jackass”.

  • Andrew says:

    Definitely want to see a follow-up play to my favorite movie comedy, Sideways. The sequel could be called “Vertical”. (Actually would really love to see Sideways as a play too).

    Miles and Jack – come back!! 🙂 🙂

  • Lana Matrai says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to “Rock of Ages.” It would be interesting to see what happened to all of the characters in this show. The title of the sequel would be “Rocking To Paradise.”

  • To Kill A Mockingbird

    Even though it’s known for the book and film, there is a stage version. And even though Scout provides some answers to what happens in the years subsequent to the play’s action, there is much more that could be mined from the ensuing lives of Scout, Jem, Boo and the family of Tom Robinson. Potential title: Still Singing.

  • Kerry Zukus says:

    Someone should make a musical about what happens after the ensemble auditions in “A Chorus Line”. They could call it … “Smash”.

  • Rebecca says:

    I would really like to see the after math of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The characters were all so memorable and I would love to see what happens between olive and william and if Olive ever sees her mother again. While they do give little mini epilouges in the play I would love to see them after the bee. Plus the music is great and really fun to sing along too, which I really enjoy in a musical. I would call the play Behind the Scenes of the Bee.

  • Ed says:

    What happens to the younger son 20 years after Death of a Salesman? What is his relationship with his brother? Mother? How do they talk about Willy’s death? Call it Happy Days?

  • Anne Reeves says:

    I would like to know what happens to Drew & Sherrie in Rock of Ages. Maybe fast forward to when their kid is a teenager. Do they live “happily ever after” or did they “stop believin'”?

  • Anne Reeves says:

    Title: Rock of the Aged

  • JEANNIE ZIMMER says:

    I would love to see the after-effects of Hairspray. I would call it “Mousse”. Yes, mousse was popular in the 80’s and by that time Link and Tracy would have kids of their own. Plus, I would love to see what happens with Penny and Seaweed.

  • Diana Lipkus says:

    “GREASE to SLIME” the Musical

    This musical takes place 20 years past graduation from Rydell High.
    Danny Zuko becomes a detective in the Rydell City Police Department WD-40 crime unit. He has difficulty getting any traction as he works round the clock to clean up the slippery thugs running the bribes,coruption and price fixing in town.The burger shop boys have degenerated into slimy characters who think nothing of displaying hot jewels from their latest heist dripping from the oily ears of their lard laden ladies.
    Danny’s wife of 18 years , the former Sandy Dumbrowski, keeps herself lubricated with liquor.
    Formerly lusty Betty Rizzo, Sandy’s best friend, tells of how she won’t even let her husband Kenickle slide into first base.
    How did so many with a bright future choose to go to crime and become slime?

  • Ron Katz says:

    I’d like to see the aftermath of Pippin. What happens to Pippin and Catherine?
    Maybe we could call it “Throne Up”?

  • A. Scott Falk says:

    I’d like to see a sequel to JACK: A NIGHT ON THE TOWN WITH JOHN BARRYMORE, in which Nicol Williamson’s ghost comes back and hits himself with a sword.

  • Anna-Claire says:

    The Normal Heart.
    I read Clybourne Park and loved it but I haven’t been able to see it onstage. Like Kramer, Hansberry wrote her play about a group of people in America at the exact moment she was writing. She could have no idea how history would unravel itself, as we do now. I’d like to see a play about a contemporary gay rights organization started by one of the more minor characters in Kramer’s play, following Norris’ lead of only keeping in a very small character to avoid having to create a classic playwright’s invention anew.
    The organization would discuss some of the new issues which a gay rights group might focus on today: same-sex marriage, transgender identity, hate crimes against young people, etc. We could hear the voices of young lesbians or transgendered individuals that weren’t represented as well in Kramer’s play. I’d also love to listen to the debate back and forth between the old and new generation.
    I’d call it: After Normal.

  • Shannon D. says:

    I would LOVE to know what happens after “Elling”:

    “The Odd Couple of Oslo”
    or
    “The Sauerkraut Poet”
    or simply
    “E”

    (Reminder: The poems were signed by the anonymous “E”)

    ** Of course, having Denis O’Hare {LOVE HIM}, Branden Fraser & of obviously, Jeremy Shamos revive their roles!!!

    * See how I tied that in there to the contest? 🙂

    … Actually saw the play THREE times during it’s very short run … YES, 3 Times! 🙂

  • ECP says:

    “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” follow-up: “Home Is Where You Start From.”

  • I’d like to see geriatric puppets with their actors in ALQ (Assisted Living Q).

  • Pamela Billig says:

    After his arranged marriage with Rosabella doesn’t work out, Tony sends away for 27 mail-order brides from Nigeria, in “The Most Happy Fela!” After opening a night club, Tony becomes a human rights activist.

  • Eugene Brogyanyi says:

    Members of a 60’s pop group come out of the closet in “The Jersey Boys in the Band.”
    Alternate version:
    ‘The History Boys in the Band’
    ‘Former British classmates reunite for a birthday party at which revelations and recriminations abound.’

  • Pamela Billig says:

    After the demise of vaudeville, George M. Cohan moves to Paris and takes up painting in “Sunday in the Park with George M!” He paints his masterpiece,”Give My Baguettes To Broadway.”

  • Eugene Brogyanyi says:

    Wind instruments wage war with windmills in “The Music Man of La Mancha.”

  • Kyle N. says:

    How about a sequel to “A Chorus Line.” This show, instead of featuring the audition process, is about the fatigue that comes from doing the same show 8 times a week for a year. Drama, PT, and vacation swings all lead to revealing a slightly difference behind the scenes look at theatre. It’d be called, “Still in Line.”

  • JamieJo says:

    I would love to see a sequel to Rent. I loved the characters so much! Does Mark make it as a filmmaker? Do Maureen & Joanne stay together.? Etc

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