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Theater News for the Week of December 4th

By Bennett Liebman

Here's what readers think of COVID-era virtual arts

Longtime Board Chairman Steps Down at Apollo Theater

Dr. Anthony Fauci Sheds Light on What Coronavirus Vaccine Efficacy Means for Broadway

Fauci Says Widespread Vaccine Use Could Reopen Broadway By Fall 2021

Intermission: How Long Until the Curtain Rises Again?

Cuomo Passes Law Protecting New York Actors From Unauthorized Image Use

Theatre Producers of Color Announce BIPOC Producing 101 Course,

Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving 'A Christmas Carol',

Actor Harry Lennix plans to build 'the Black version of Lincoln Center' on Chicago's South Side,

Theatre companies in tier 3 areas describe 'shock and heartbreak',

Don't vilify the giants of commercial theatre - they're the lifeblood of the industry,

Andrew Lloyd Webber believes in Broadway and the West End's imminent rebirth,

Connecticut arts groups to split $9 million in COVID relief grants aimed at making a difference 'of survival'

With Germany's Theaters Closed, the Drama's Online. Again.

Movie theaters, live venues would get billions in covid aid from stimulus package,

Verve Expands Theater Presence With Key Signings

Health care workers raise money for out-of-work Broadway performers

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