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Theater News for the Week Ending December 17th

By Bennett Liebman

Sen. Schumer promotes Save Our Stages funding as Proctors in Schenectady reopens

NYS Council on the Arts Grants

Live theater in London, NYC grapple with new virus outbreaks

Broadway Cancels Some Performances as New York City's Covid-19 Cases Rise

Broadway shows, newly reopened after COVID, face new cancellations

Broadway Is Canceling Shows Due to Positive Covid Tests

As cases rise, Broadway League explores booster shot policy for theater workers

Review: Broadway's 'Flying Over Sunset' comes in for a crash landing

'The Music Man' Once Had a Disabled Character. Then He Was Erased.

'The Woman Gave Him His Ticket, and He Walked Off'

Broadway League elects 13 new members to board of governors

Special Stephen Sondheim Playbills swiped in 'Company' heist

Broadway stage managers see strides in diversity

For This Theater Leader, a Mission That Goes Beyond the Stage

Senator Murray Pushes to Extend COVID Grant Disbursement Deadline

As theaters adapt to a new reality, streaming takes the stage

Major Music Acts Are Seeing 20% No-Show Rates at Concerts

Being Alive Together

'Hanging on by our fingertips': theatres fear Omicron's impact on festive season

Review: First the Party, Then the Crash, in a 'Cabaret' Revival

'It's been annihilated': businesses hard hit by plan B falloff in trade

Andrew Lloyd Webber 'heartbroken' as theatregoers exit stage right

Terry Gilliam's Disputed Sondheim Show Finds a Home

'Without live theatre, we are nothing:' 2021 brought a return to the stage in CT

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