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‘Come From Away,’ ‘Falsettos,’ ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ Join Ahmanson’s Upcoming Season

Center Theatre Group announced Wednesday that three Broadway productions have been added to its 2018-19 season at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.

Irene Sankoff and David Hein’s musical “Come From Away,” the Lincoln Center Theater’s revival of William Finn and James Lapine’s musical “Falsettos,” and Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields’s murder mystery comedy “The Play That Goes Wrong” will join the previously announced hit “Dear Evan Hansen” for the upcoming season. The remaining two productions in the season will be announced at a later date.

“This is shaping up to be a remarkable season at the Ahmanson,” Center Theatre Group artistic director Michael Ritchie said in a statement. “This top-notch season is filled with some of the finest offerings to come out of New York in years.”

Come From Away,” which chronicles the 38 planes containing 7,000 passengers who were ordered to land unexpectedly in a small town in Canada following Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was nominated for seven Tony Awards. The revival of “Falsettos” received five Tony nominations including best musical revival, while “Dear Evan Hansen” scored nine nominations, winning six, including best musical and best score.

“Dear Evan Hansen” will run from Oct. 17 – Nov. 25, “Come From Away” will run from Nov. 28 – Jan. 6, “Falsettos” from April 16 – May 19, and “The Play That Goes Wrong” from July 9 – Aug. 11.

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