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Theater News for the Week Ending April 8th

By Bennett Liebman

Broadway Utica announces strategy to meet future needs

Industry capacity drops as more Broadway shows began previews

As Stars Catch Covid, Broadway Braces For A Chaotic Month

Broadway attendance, ticket sales still behind pre-Covid levels

Broadway Mask And Vaccine Mandate Will Remain Through April 30

Sarah Jessica Parker Tests Positive for Coronavirus

From Detroit to Broadway: Detroit Public Theatre's 'Birthday Candles

Lileana Blain-Cruz Keeps You Thinking

On cheering for a problematic man on Broadway

Tony Awards returns to full calendar of events

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams star in a winning 'Take Me Out'

How 'Suffs' Makes a Musical Out of Women's Right to Vote

Suffs' Stars Phillipa Soo and Jenn Colella on Why the New American History Musical Is More Than Just 'Hermilton'

TikTok to fund its first-ever Broadway musical

What Claudia Rankine learned from talking to white people

56% of Survey Ready to Attend Live Entertainment

Harvard class examines representation in theater

Jewish Diversity as Vibrant Issue

Long Wharf Theatre transforms business model in survival bid

Mad Cow Theatre leader quits: 'It's a mess'

Let's Crack the Proscenium and Breathe New Air

What has #MeeTooDone for the theatre?

Theater review: 'The True' a splendid look at Albany politics in 1977

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