• Six and Kimberly Akimbo Lead 2022 Drama Desk Nominations
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 16, 2022 at 9:06 PM

    Nominations have been announced for the 66th Annual Drama Desk Awards, honoring the best in Broadway, off and off-off-Broadway theater in the 2021-22 season. George Takei announced the nominations on May 16. Winners for this year's Drama Desk Awards will be announced the week of June 6. The Tony-nominated new musical Six earned the most nomination with 10, including a special award for the ensemble cast. The Broadway-bound Kimberly Akimbo followed closely behind with nine nominations.  The Drama Desk Awards are voted on and bestowed by theater critics, journalists, editors and publishers covering theater. The following shows were not eligible because they were considered in other seasons: A Strange Loop, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, Hangmen, Girl from the North Country, Skeleton Crew, The Lehman Trilogy Dana H., Is This A Room, Beyond Babel, Coal Country, Get On Your Knees, The Patsy and What to Send Up When It Goes Down. Trouble in Mind was considered a revival due to its eligibility when it ran off-Broadway in 1955. Here is a full list of nominees: Outstanding Play Cullud Wattah, by Erika Dickerson-Despenza English, by Sanaz Toossi Prayer for the …

  • Camille A. Brown on Finding Her Place in the Legacy of Ntozake Shange's for colored girls
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 16, 2022 at 6:34 PM

    After earning seven Tony nominations, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf has extended its run at the Booth Theatre through June 5. Camille A. Brown garnered two of those nominations for directing and choreographing this staging of Ntozake Shange's powerful choreopoem. Brown sat down with Broadway.com correspondent Charlie Cooper at the Civilian Hotel to talk about her role in the show's legacy. The Broadway cast of for colored girls (Photo by Marc J. Franklin) "I think everything that I've done before has led me to this moment," Brown said. She previously received an Antonyo Award for choreographing the Lucille Lortel Award-winning revival of for colored girls at the Public Theater in 2019. Her credits include choreographing Choir Boy, the Tony-winning revival of Once On This Island, A Streetcar Named Desire, starring Nicole Ari Parker, Blair Underwood and Daphne Rubin-Vega, Toni Stone, Much Ado About Nothing, NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, Netflix's Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and more. In September she will become the first Black woman director for the main stage at the Metropolitan Opera with Fire Shut Up In My Bones. Brown is the first …

  • Guess the Word on This Week's Elaine Paige on Sunday
    by Broadway.com Staff on May 15, 2022 at 2:00 PM

    Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving Broadway.com listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show Elaine Paige on Sunday. This week, Paige is showcasing show tunes that feature made-up words. From The Lion King's Hakuna Matata to hearing Ozified slang in Wicked, this episode will have you singing along no time. Plus, Paige plays tunes from some of the recently Tony-nominated musicals. Tune in for the perfect music for your Sunday, and be sure to catch the full episode by clicking the link below!

  • Tony-Nominated Girl From the North Country Extends Broadway Run
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 13, 2022 at 4:43 PM

    Fresh off of receiving seven Tony Award nominations, Girl From the North Country has extended its run at the Belasco Theatre through June 19. The show, which features the music of Bob Dylan, resumed performances on April 29 and was originally scheduled to play through June 11. Girl From the North Country tells the story of a down-on-its-luck community on the brink of change in Duluth, Minnesota in 1934. Written and directed by Conor McPherson and featuring the music of Dylan, the show opened on Broadway on February 7, 2020 at the Belasco Theatre. The cast includes 2022 Tony nominees Mare Winningham and Jeannette Bayardelle, as well as Todd Almond, Colin Bates, Craig Bierko, Jennifer Blood, Matthew Frederick Harris, Caitlin Houlahan, Robert Joy, Luba Mason, Ben Mayne, Matt McGrath, Tom Nelis, Jay O. Sanders, John Schiappa, Austin Scott, Housso Semon, Kimber Elayne Sprawl, Rachel Stern, Ben Toomer, Chiara Trentalange, Bob Walton, Aidan Wharton and Chelsea Lee Williams. As previously reported, Girl From the North Country will hit the road in a national touring production beginning in the fall of 2023.

  • Watch Jaquel Spivey & the Cast of A Strange Loop Perform 'Inner White Girl'
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 13, 2022 at 2:41 PM

    A Strange Loop is having an exciting week. In addition to garnering 11 Tony nominations and releasing five tracks from the cast recording, which will be released on June 10, stars Jaquel Spivey, L Morgan Lee, John-Andrew Morrison, Antwayn Hopper, James Jackson Jr., John-Michael Lyles and Jason Veasey performed "Inner White Girl" on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Michael R. Jackson's musical explores the thoughts of Usher (Spivey), a Black, queer writer writing a musical about a Black, queer writer writing a musical. Check out the incredible performance below, and then see A Strange Loop live at the Lyceum Theatre.

  • A Case for the Existence of God & Kimberly Akimbo Win New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 13, 2022 at 2:38 PM

    The New York Drama Critics' Circle met on May 12 to determine the winners of the 2021-22 season. This marks the return of the awards, which did not meet during the 2020-21 season due to the theater shutdown. Samuel D. Hunter’s A Case for the Existence of God was named Best Play and David Lindsay-Abaire’s and Jeanine Tesori’s Broadway-bound Kimberly Akimbo won Best Musical. The award for Best Play carries a cash prize of $2,500, made possible by a grant from the Lucille Lortel Foundation. Director and actor Austin Pendleton, currently on Broadway in The Minutes, and emerging playwright Sanaz Toossi were awarded with special citations. A Case for the Existence of God is currently having its world premiere at off-Broadway's Signature Theatre. David Cromer directs Will Brill and Kyle Beltran in the two-hander, which takes place in a small office in southern Idaho as two men struggle to meet the confounding terms on a loan.  Kimberly Akimbo had its world premiere at off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater and is based on Lindsay-Abaire's acclaimed play of the same name. Jessica Stone directs the musical, which follows Kim, a bright and funny Jersey teen who happens to look like a 72-year-old woman. Forced to maneuver family secrets, borderline personalities and possible felony …

  • Mrs. Doubtfire to Close on Broadway, Tour U.S. in 2023
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 13, 2022 at 2:53 AM

    Mrs. Doubtfire, which opened on December 5 at the Sondheim Theatre, has announced its final performance date. The new musical comedy based on the 1993 hit movie of the same name will close on May 29, 2022.  After first arriving on Broadway on March 9, 2020, Mrs. Doubtfire was put on pause during the shutdown.  Producers have announced the show will kick off a national tour in October 2023 and play a British engagement in Manchester, England later this year, from September 2 to October 1.  Starring 2022 Tony Award nominee Rob McClure in the title role, the closing company of Mrs. Doubtfire will feature original stars Jenn Gambatese as Miranda Hillard, Peter Bartlett as Mr. Jolly, Charity Angél Dawson as Wanda Sellner, Mark Evans as Stuart Dunmire, J. Harrison Ghee as Andre Mayem, Analise Scarpaci as Lydia Hillard, Jake Ryan Flynn as Christopher Hillard, Avery Sell as Natalie Hillard and Brad Oscar as Frank Hillard. The musical follows Daniel Hillard (McClure), a struggling, out-of-work actor, who will do anything for his kids. After losing custody in a messy divorce, he creates the kindly alter ego of Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire (also McClure) in a desperate attempt to stay in their …

  • Tony-Nominated How I Learned to Drive, Starring David Morse & Mary-Louise Parker, Extends Two Weeks
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 12, 2022 at 8:04 PM

    Paula Vogel's Pulitzer-winning and Tony-nominated How I Learned to Drive has extended its Broadway run. The production, directed by Mark Brokaw, will now have its final performance at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on June 12, two weeks later than its previously announced closing date of May 29.  The Broadway production reunites its original 1997 off-Broadway stars Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse, who each earned 2022 Tony nominations for their performances. Fellow original cast member Johanna Day reprises her turn as the Female Greek Chorus with Alyssa May Gold serving as the Teenage Greek Chorus and Chris Myers as the Male Greek Chorus. How I Learned to Drive had its long-awaited Broadway premiere in March and received three Tony nominations, including Best Revival of a Play. It explores the complex relationship between Li'l Bit (Parker) and Uncle Peck (Morse), as a series of driving lessons progresses from innocence to something much darker. In addition to winning the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the play was honored with the Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Drama Critics' Circle and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Play.

  • A Strange Loop Announces Plans for Broadway Cast Recording
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 12, 2022 at 7:09 PM

    UPDATE: The Tony-nominated A Strange Loop will release its original Broadway cast recording on June 10. Five tracks will be available when you preorder the album beginning on May 13.  Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical A Strange Loop will get a Broadway cast recording via Ghostlight Records and Yellow Sound Label. The recording will take place on April 10 for a release date to be announced later this season. Performances begin at the Lyceum Theatre on April 6 with opening night set for April 26. The Broadway cast of A Strange Loop features Jaquel Spivey in his Broadway debut as Usher, a role he played at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C. He joins original cast members Antwayn Hopper as Thought 6, L Morgan Lee as Thought 1, John-Michael Lyles as Thought 3, James Jackson Jr. as Thought 2, John-Andrew Morrison as Thought 4 and Jason Veasey as Thought 5. The musical explores the thoughts of Usher, a Black, queer writer writing a musical about a Black, queer writer writing a musical. A Strange Loop is directed by Stephen Brackett and features a book, music and lyrics by Jackson. Rona Siddiqui is the music director and Raja Feather Kelly is …

  • Odds & Ends: Jennifer Lopez to Produce Cinderella Limited Series
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 12, 2022 at 6:58 PM

    Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed. Jennifer Lopez to Produce Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella Limited Series Jennifer Lopez is producing a series based on Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Rachel Shukert will adapt the musical and serve as showrunner. This marks the first venture of Lopez's collaboration with Skydance and Concord Theatricals.  Harmony: A New Musical to Release Cast Recording Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's Harmony: A New Musical, which is currently playing at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, is set to record and release a cast recording. The show stars  Chip Zien,  Sierra Boggess, Elise Frances Daniells, Zak Edwards, Abby Goldfarb, Eddie Grey, Shayne Kennon, Kolby Kindle, Benjamin H. Moore, Matthew Mucha, Tori Palin, Barrett Riggins, Kayleen Seidl, Andrew O’Shanick, Dan Teixeira, Nancy Ticotin and Kate Wesler. Harmony tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, an ensemble of six young men in 1920s Germany who took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics until their inclusion of Jewish singers put them on a collision course with history. Tony winner Warren Carlyle directs and choreographs the production. A release …

  • Black Theatre Coalition & Broadway Across America Fellows Celebrate Inaugural Season
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 12, 2022 at 5:02 PM

    The inaugural cohort of Fellows for the previously announced Black Theatre Coalition/Broadway Across America Fellowship, sponsored by John Gore Organization, celebrated the conclusion of the fellowship with a trip to New York City. The fellowship program began in January and saw Jessica Augustave, Cris Blak, Allison Currie, Je'Shaun Jackson, Rickey Orr and Viraj Shriwardhankar receive paid part-time jobs in the field of commerical theater administration. During their trip, the fellows attended events, including a Black Industry Professional Panel featuring Brian Moreland, Irene Gandy, Aaliytha Stevens and Alia Jones-Harvey, and met with leading industry professionals, including Barbara Whitman, Kumiko Yoshii, Brian Moreland, Nick Scandalios, Tom Schumacher, Jack Eldon and Meredith Blair/Brian Brooks. The group also had a mixer with Black Theatre Coalition and their fellowship cohort, including Warren Adams, T. Oliver Reid, Charlotte St. Martin, David Stone and BTC’s Board of Trustees.  “My co-founders Warren Adams, Reggie Van Lee and I are truly excited about what this partnership with Broadway Across America/John Gore Organization has offered to this first cohort of young, Black professionals, by hosting them at regional BAA offices," said T. Oliver Reid, BTC Co-Founder and Artistic Director in a statement. "What has started this year as six fellows, we look forward to doubling that next year in more offices. …

  • Tony-Nominated Revival of for colored girls Extends Performances Through June 5
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 12, 2022 at 4:27 PM

    Broadway audiences have more time to catch the Tony-nominated revival of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. The production, which announced an early closing on May 22, will now play through June 5 at the Booth Theatre.  Directed and choreographed by Camille A. Brown, the show features Amara Granderson as Lady in Orange, Tendayi Kuumba as Lady in Brown, Kenita R. Miller as Lady in Red, Okwui Okpokwasili as Lady in Green, Stacey Sargeant as Lady in Blue, Alexandria Wailes as Lady in Purple and D. Woods as Lady in Yellow. Filled with passion, humor and raw honesty, legendary playwright/poet Shange's form-changing choreopoem tells the stories of seven Black women using poetry, song and movement. The revival opened on April 20 and received seven Tony nominations, including Best Revival of a Play and an acting nod for Kenita R. Miller as Lady in Red. It also received three Drama League Award nominations and three Outer Critics Circle Award nominations.  The production features set design by Myung Hee Cho, costume design by Sarafina Bush, lighting design by Jiyoun Chang, sound design by Justin Ellington, projection design by Aaron Rhyne and hair and wig design by Cookie Jordan. Original music …

  • Film of Trevor: The Musical Heads to Disney+ in June
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 12, 2022 at 3:20 PM

    A film of off-Broadway's Trevor: The Musical is heading to Disney+ this summer. The new musical will be available to stream beginning on June 24. The production follows 13-year-old Trevor as he struggles to navigate his own identity to determine how he fits in a challenging world. It is based on an original story by Celeste Lecesne and the Academy Award-winning short film, Trevor, directed by Peggy Rajski. The Trevor Project, founded by Rajski, Stone and Lecesne, was created as a result of the Trevor film and is not affiliated with the musical. Trevor: The Musical features a book and lyrics by Dan Collins and music by Julianne Wick Davis. Marc Bruni directed the show with Joshua Prince choreographing.  Holden William Hagelberger, who starred in the off-Broadway production, stars in the title role. He is joined by Mark Aguirre, Aaron Alcaraz, Ava Briglia,Sammy Dell, Tyler Joseph Gay, Ellie Kim, Colin Konstanty, Brigg Liberman, Diego Lucano, Alyssa Emily Marvin, Isabel Medina, Echo Deva Picone, Dan Rosales, Aryan Simhadri, Yasmeen Sulieman, Sally Wilfert, Aeriel Williams and Jarrod Zimmerman. The musical opened at off-Broadway's Stage 42 in November 2021 and closed prematurely …

  • Celebrate Awards Season with Michael R. Jackson, Matt Doyle, Camille A. Brown & More on The Broadway Show
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 11, 2022 at 9:00 PM

    Awards season is in full swing, and The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal has your front seat! Before The Broadway Show airs nationwide this weekend, we're offering a first look at the episode. Hosted by Fadal, this episode will air in New York City on May 15 at 6:30PM ET on WPIX. Be on the lookout for The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal, the only nationally syndicated weekly theater news program, on your local TV station. Featured this week: Broadway’s biggest night is fast-approaching! The Broadway Show breaks down nominations for the 75th Tony Awards, which will be held on June 12 at Radio City Music Hall. Michael R. Jackson’s A Strange Loop has already received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and now it has nabbed 11 Tony Award nominations. Jackson sat down with Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek at The Time Hotel to talk about the musical’s journey. Camille A. Brown is Tony-nominated for both directing and choreographing for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. Broadway.com correspondent Charlie Cooper spoke with her about the show’s legacy at The Civilian Hotel. Company Tony nominee Matt Doyle takes a stroll through the Theatre District with Broadway.com …

  • Find Out Why Funny Girl Star Beanie Feldstein Loves Playing 'Unapologetic Women'
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 11, 2022 at 7:56 PM

    Funny Girl star Beanie Feldstein, who made her Broadway debut as Minnie Fay in Hello, Dolly!, is now playing Fanny Brice in the semi-biographical musical based on the life of the illustrious Brice. Here, The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal correspondent Charlie Cooper sat down with Feldstein at The Skylark to talk all about stepping into Brice's shoes, playing "unapologetic women" and more. Beanie Feldstein in Funny Girl (Photo: Matthew Murphy) This marks the first time Funny Girl has appeared on Broadway since its original 1964 production. ""It's something that I've loved literally my entire life," Feldstein said. "It's just my first love and as an adult, getting to be in this room with this group of people, with this creative team, has been a really special experience." Barbra Streisand famously starred in both the original Broadway production and 1968 film adaptation, which was a favorite of Feldstein's growing up. "Fanny, both the character of Fanny Brice and the person that was Fanny Brice, was unrelenting and unapologetic," she said. "She said 'get out of my way, give me the opportunity, open the door for me. I am a star.' That was intoxicating to me even as a little tiny girl. I was in awe." On screen, Feldstein is known …

  • Vote Now! Nominations Announced for the 2022 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards; Six, Patti LuPone & Beanie Feldstein Top Nominees
    by Broadway.com Staff on May 11, 2022 at 7:15 PM

    After a week of voting, the fan-chosen nominees for the 2022 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards are here. Leading the way is the Six with 15 nominations, including several nominations for the stars as well as Best Musical. The revival of Funny Girl also earned big with 10 nominations followed by The Music Man with eight with its stars Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster each receiving two nods. Since performers are eligible in several categories, 17 of this season’s stars received multiple nominations. Company's Patti LuPone and Funny Girl star Beanie Feldstein topped the nominations with four each. Six the Musical's Adrianna Hicks and Brittney Mack each earned three nods. Plaza Suite star Matthew Broderick and Take Me Out's Jesse Williams are also nominated in three categories. The Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards also honor national tours of Broadway shows and long-running hits. Fans chose Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Hadestown, Hamilton and Wicked as the nominees for both Favorite Long-Running Show and Favorite Tour. Brittney Johnson and Jordan Barrow's history-making turns as Glinda and Boq, respectively, earned Wicked additional nominations in the Favorite Replacement categories.  Polls close at 11:59pm ET on Sunday, May 15, …

  • Big Screen Adaptation of Clybourne Park to Star Sarah Paulson, Uzo Aduba & More
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 11, 2022 at 6:33 PM

    Bruce Norris' Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning play Clybourne Park is getting a star-studded film adaptation. Deadline reports it will be directed by Pam MacKinnon, who was Tony-nominated for directing the Broadway production in 2012. Clybourne Park will star Sarah Paulson, Tony nominee Uzo Aduba, Martin Freeman, Anthony Mackie, Nick Robinson and Hillary Baack. A spinoff of Lorraine Hansberry’s play A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park presents a pair of racially charged real estate transactions involving one house in 1959 and 2009. The Broadway production won the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play and starred Christina Kirk, Crystal A. Dickinson, Brendan Griffin, Damon Gupton, Annie Parisse, Jeremy Shamos and Frank Wood. The project will mark MacKinnon's feature film debut. The movie is due to shoot this fall in the U.K. and on location in the U.S.

  • Darren Criss & Julianne Hough to Host The Tony Awards: Act One on Paramount+
    by Broadway.com Staff on May 11, 2022 at 4:23 PM

    Emmy winners Darren Criss, who stars in American Buffalo and Julianne Hough, is in POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive, will co-host official Tony coverage on June 12. The Tony Awards: Act One will begin on Paramount+ from 7-8PM ET, prior to the Tony Awards ceremony, which will take place from 8-11PM ET on CBS and streaming live and on demand on Paramount+. Throughout the hour, Criss and Hough will give out awards and introduce special performances. Oscar winner Ariana DeBose will host the awards ceremony.  "We are thrilled to have Darren and Julianne kick-off our 75th Anniversary with The Tony Awards: Act One, celebrating the dynamic achievements of Broadway’s best,” said Charlotte St. Martin, President of The Broadway League and Heather Hitchens, President and CEO of the American Theatre Wing.  “We can’t wait to see what these two triple-threat talents will bring to the stage on Tony night!” Criss stars opposite Sam Rockwell and Laurence Fishburne in American Buffalo. His Broadway credits include Hedwig and the Angry Inch and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. On television, Criss’ portrayal of Andrew Cunanan in American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace was …

  • Odds & Ends: Ariana DeBose Joins Westworld Season Four in Recurring Role
    by Lindsey Sullivan on May 10, 2022 at 9:01 PM

    Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed. Ariana DeBose Set for HBO's Westworld After winning an Oscar for her performance in West Side Story  and revealing that she will host the Tony Awards on June 12, Ariana DeBose has landed a recurring role in HBO's Emmy-winning series Westworld. Variety reports that both her role and the plot details of season four are being kept under wraps. DeBose joins a cast that includes Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, Aaron Paul and Angela Sarafyan. Season four will premiere on June 26. Check out a teaser below! Matt Doyle to Host PFLAG Parent Day on May 22 Company Tony nominee Matt Doyle will host PFLAG Parent Day, a fundraiser for PFLAG National celebrating the parenting people who rise up in support of rights for LGBTQ+ loved ones and for their communities. The second annual PFLAG Parent Day will feature the stories of courageous LGBTQ+ individuals, allies, parents and caregivers, with guest appearances from Big Freedia, Jordan Roth, Richie Jackson, Steven Canals and more. “I’m so honored to join PFLAG National in shining a light on the many incredible …

  • Broadway Grosses: Tina Bumps Up at the Box Office; Moulin Rouge! Has Rosy Week
    by Caitlin Moynihan on May 10, 2022 at 6:42 PM

    It was a big week for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, which saw an increase both at the box office and capacity. The musical, starring Nkeki Obi-Melekwe, brought in $1,065,578 in gross sales, almost $200,000 more than last week. Audiences filled the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre to an average of 73.53%, which is almost 14% more than last week. Moulin Rouge! The Musical continued its stay in the top categories as Aaron Tveit, Natalie Mendoza, Ricky Rojas and Tam Mutu played their final performances.  Here's a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending May 8. FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. The Music Man ($3,431,657)      2. Hamilton ($2,103,020)      3. The Lion King ($1,716,181)   4. ​​​​Plaza Suite ($1,668,783)     5. Moulin Rouge! The Musical ($1,592,498)  UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Birthday Candles ($264,076) 4. Hangmen ($252,543) 3. Paradise Square ($193,669)  2. The Skin of Our Teeth ($174,481)  1. for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf ($159,093)   FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Music Man (99.60%)  2. Plaza Suite (99.44%)   3. Moulin Rouge! The Musical (99.26%)  4. Hadestown (98.16%) 5. Funny Girl (97.54%)   UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Girl From the North Country (52.33%) 4.  …