2012

2012 was an epic year for both New York and London. With Olympic events threatening to close down the theatre industry, producers were forced to work harder to get audiences on board. Broadway saw a rise in play revivals and ‘safe’ options whilst also enjoying a record year of flops and theatrical scandal. Read below to find out the top West End and Broadway news as well as a roundup of the award season.

2012 Awards

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2012 Awards

  The 2012 award season was dominated by new musicals on both sides of the Atlantic. Matilda the Musical took home the most awards at the Olivier Awards, including a three way tie between the leading ladies, whilst Once the Musical swept the board at the Tony’s. Despite the best efforts of the Society of London Theatre, the Olivier Awards ceremony lacked a certain sparkle, and the outdoor entertainment left a lot to be desired. In New York Neil Patrick Harris once again hosted a star studded ceremony including an opening number...

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2012 on Broadway

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2012 on Broadway

The 2012 Broadway se milf porn ason brought with it the usual mixed bag of new talent, new shows and offstage drama. Despite a reliance on well known brands, actors and shows, those that dared to dream big were rewarded with huge grosses and Tony accolades. On the other side of the coin, 2012 saw a number of flops, short runs and early closures. As one law suit was finally settled (Taymor Vs Spider Man), another was publicly beginning as Mandalay set alight much earlier than expected. 2012 will be remembered as the year that producers continued to play...

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2012 West End

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2012 West End

As London welcomed gay porn the long awaited 2012 Olympic year the theatre industry braced itself to see exactly how the ‘greatest show on earth’ would affect the glorious West End. With Andrew Lloyd Webber predicting a “bloodbath” over the period, stating that at least three big shows will close for at least three weeks, producers appeared tentative as box office sales did prove to be slower than expected for the summer months. A number of high profile transfers and new musicals which were expected to open in 2012 decided to wait until the New...

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