Theater News for the Week of April 23rd

By Bennett Liebman

Scott Rudin, As Told by His Assistant

Scott Rudin's Downfall Is an Opportunity to Change Hollywood

Theater workers march to demand change on Broadway

Is a Scott Rudin apology enough?

Producers Guild Sets Anti-Bullying Training Amid Scott Rudin Scandal

Peter Bart: Rudin Rebellion Shows That Civility Must Gain Equal Ground With Creative Zeall

Scott Rudin: Is Hollywood's Wall of Silence Beginning to Crack?

SBA to reopen Shuttered Venue Operators grant portal on April 24

London's West End readies for next act

Bradley Whitford Finds Inspiration

Bay Area theater workers weren't getting vaccine appointments

D.C. theaters look to future after year of hardships

How Covid Transformed US Theater

Making a capitalist case for Broadway

Second City fires its night staff and looks to outsource,

New York Boosts Funding for Nonprofit Arts Groups

New York State 2022 Budget: What it Means for Actors

Chicago's Arts 77 plan has $60 million for arts recovery

Connecticut Shakespeare theaters plan comedy, smaller summer performances

How a Multimedia Whiz Became the Go-To for Virtual Productions

Disney Tackling 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee' Movie Musical

How Helen McCrory Shone, Even in a Haze of Mystery

'Plastic Bag Store' at CAP UCLA, Elevator Repair Service at REDCAT

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