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Theater News for the Week of August 27th

By Bennett Liebman

'This Is Broadway' Campaign Aims to Attract Wary Theatergoers

Former Cuomo target gets payback of sorts, through musical theater

Broadway Power Brokers Pledge Diversity Changes as Theaters Reopen

New Deal for Broadway: Sweeping diversity pledge for stage

Actors' Equity and Off-Broadway League Reach New Agreement

What happens if someone tests positive for COVID on Broadway?

Capital Rep's new theater is excellent. Its first show is, too

'Moulin Rouge!' hires Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Black Theatre United publishes list of reforms for Broadway industry

New York City's Economy Is Dealt a New Blow by the Delta Variant

Broadway theater returns with an unprecedented seven plays by Black writer

Micki Grant Blazed a Trail, From Poetry to Broadway and Beyond

Annie Baker's Infinite Life Postponed at Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre

NYC needs another 'I Love NY' campaign to bring Broadway back

Aaron Sorkin: To Kill A Mockingbird more relevant to changed Broadway

Camille A. Brown Will Be The First Black Woman To Direct And Choreograph A Broadway Show

The Alice Ripley Allegations Have Started a Needed Conversation

Met Opera Reaches Deal With Orchestra

Luis Alfaro aims to make L.A. the center of the theater world

Texas venues face losing talent that wants vaccine proof, or breaking law, 'We don't want the heat'

Can small L.A. theaters survive a prolonged COVID pandemic?

These 30 N.J. theaters will enforce COVID vaccine or negative test results

Stages St. Louis will present pre-Broadway tryout for new 'Karate Kid' musical

Laura Osnes Replaced for Both Disney Tour + Hamptons Concert

Staging 'The Glass Menagerie' on the Fire Escapes That Inspired It

I'm finally seeing live shows again - and I feel like a kid in a sweetshop

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