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Theater News for the Week of June 18th

By Bennett Liebman

Proctors' hosting of rehearsals for 3 shows to become $20M windfall

3 national tours launch in Buffalo

Industry leaders launch project to provide rental assistance to theater worker

Actors Fund re-elects Brian Stokes Mitchell

Stage Collaborators Take a Dip Together, With Healing in Mind

Running the Show From the Kitchen Table

Harvey Fierstein Donates $2.5 Million for Public Library Theater Lab

Seeding by Ceding

With donations, billionaire MacKenzie Scott is good to Chicago arts

Less Than 1% Of Independent Venues Have Gotten Relief Funds

Senators Demand 'Immediate Action' by SBA Over Save Our Stages Delay

Putting the Music in Musical Theater

Broadway League, Actors' Equity reach agreement on touring COVID-19 protocols

Broadway Tour COVID Restrictions Set, Actors' Equity + Producers Set

A View from the Door: Institutional Dramaturgy

Can Theatre Learn From the NFL?

Nominees Announced for the 2021 Jimmy Award, God, I Hope I Get It

Why Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'In the Heights' faces criticism

In the Heights' colorism controversy: Why its light-skinned casting fails Latinx communities

Why acclaimed 'In the Heights' fell short at the box office

Reopen Theatre? Why Not a Whole Neighborhood

Proof we're in a golden age of American playwriting, Coming to an L.A. stage

Canada is slowly reopening, but is the live theater left behind

'Get this wrong, and we wipe out an entire sector', Producer Sonia Friedman

Drama school 'heartbroken' over student harassment claims

Lloyd Webber's Cinderella could go on despite lockdown extension

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