THE SHOW “Frozen”

THE DEAL The Disney musical will officially open on Broadway on March 22 at the St. James Theatre (which is being renovated to suit the production), with preview performances beginning exactly one month earlier. The musical is in the midst of its out-of-town tryout in Denver. Reviews of the Denver production from local critics should come out shortly.

THE SHOW “Dear Evan Hansen”

THE DEAL Following the recent confirmation that Ben Platt will play his last performance in the hit show on Nov. 19, the musical’s producers have revealed that the title role will be inherited first by Noah Galvin (of the TV series “The Real O’Neals”) from Nov. 21 through mid-January and then Taylor Trensch (who plays Barnaby in “Hello, Dolly!”). “Evan is such a complex and rewarding role, and I can’t wait to see Noah and Taylor make it their own,” director Michael Greif said in a statement.

THE SHOW “Brigadoon”

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THE DEAL Actor-comic Aasif Mandvi, who gained fame as a correspondent on “The Daily Show,” has joined the cast of City Center’s upcoming concert-style production of the Lerner and Loewe musical. Kelli O’Hara, Patrick Wilson and Robert Fairchild will also appear in “Brigadoon,” about a pair of New Yorkers who stumble into a Scottish village that materializes once every hundred years. It will play City Center from Nov. 15 to 19.

THE SHOW “Rhinoceros”

THE DEAL Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist drama in which humans suddenly turn into rhinoceroses will receive its first production in Yiddish (with English supertitles) at the Castillo Theatre on the far west side of Midtown beginning Sept. 7. It is being produced by the New Yiddish Rep, which recently presented the controversial 1907 melodrama “God of Vengeance,” the inspiration for Paula Vogel’s Tony-winning play, “Indecent.”