‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Sets Broadway Reopening – Without Scott Rudin

‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Sets Broadway Reopening – Without Scott Rudin
Update, with information on Diller-Geffen involvement The Lehman Trilogy, Stefano Massini’s acclaimed play adapted by Ben Power, will begin post-shutdown performances at Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 25, with an opening night set for Thursday, Oct. 14.

The reopening announcement was made by lead producers National Theatre and Neal Street Productions, a team that no longer includes Scott Rudin (his previously announced partners Barry Diller and David Geffen remain as co-producers). Rudin, Diller and Geffen were not credited in today’s announcement as they had been in previous announcements.

Lehman, following sold-out runs at London’s National Theatre and Off Broadway’s Park Avenue Armory, had just begun a Broadway run when the Covid shutdown hit on March 12, 2020.

Outside of The Music Man starring Hugh Jackman, The Lehman Trilogy is the first of the Broadway productions formerly headed by Rudin to announce its reopening since the producer announced his
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