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Theater News for the Week of July 16th

By Bennett Liebman

NFTs come to Broadway in new venture by Seaview, Marathon Digital

After 15 months of unemployment, Broadway theater staff return to the job

'West Side Story,' 'Hangmen' receive government boost for Broadway reopening

Jujamcyn Theaters to make accessibility improvements following suit

Christine Baranski Knows It's Good to Be Scared

Shubert Organization acquires ticketing provider Showtickets

Broadway on the cusp of a vibrant rebound

Proctors gets federal aid, nears $14M needed to reopen organization

America needs a Department of Arts and Culture

Where Art Matters: In Praise of the American Regional Theatre

'Courtney, Take Your Break' Meme: Story of 'Legally Blonde' Musical

Signature Theatre picks Matthew Gardiner as its new artistic director

Paul Huntley, Hair Master of Broadway and Hollywood, Is Dead at 88

California Approves Funding for Music Venues, Arts Recovery in New State Budget

California Theaters, Facing a Shaky Future, to Get $50 Million in Aid

Our Job Is to Change This Industry

Performing Now NYC A New Pop-Up Ticket Booth Selling Tickets

Covid Surge Shuts Down West End Shows

Theatres deserve better treatment from government

I've been cast as bitchy theatre critic

Andrew Lloyd Webber's New Act: Activism

Michael Halberstam, accused of harassment, steps down as Theatre leader

Empty Theaters Breed Mental Health Concerns

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