Theater News for the Week of April 30th

By Bennett Liebman

Sinking Scott Rudin Holds on to Little Island as Barry Diller Defends Him

As reports of Scott Rudin's workplace abuses pile up, the producer steps back from big-name projects

Ramifications Of Scott Rudin Broadway Resignation Could Be Immense


Rita Wilson Says Scott Rudin Made Her Feel "Worthless, Unvaluable"

Broadway Takes a Back Seat as NYC Prepares to Reopen by July,

Broadway League optimistic for September reopening of Broadway

Broadway poised to announce September return

'We're Not Going Back': Inside Broadway's Racial Reckoning

When will Chicago live theater start again?

Broadway Producers Unite to Launch Fellowship Program for Black Leadership in the Industry

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program receives 17,000 applications in 24 hours

RSC appoints first woman and person of colour as chair

Why Making Digital Theater Is Like Shooting 'Star Wars'

Can 'The King and I' Be Decolonized?

Actors' Equity Convention ends with walkout by BIPOC delegates

Sondheim Musical, in Development for Years, Looks Unlikely

Big win for immigrant performers as Actors' Equity removes green card restrictions

Florence Welch to Score New Broadway-Bound 'Great Gatsby' Musical

What a Business Needs to Know about the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program

What We Learned During the Great Intermission of 2020

Chicago Concert And Performance Venues, Many On The Brink, Hope Federal Relief Money Is a Lifeline

Theatre newcomers get their chance to shine as London's West End reopens

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