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Theater News for the Week of March 12th

By Bennett Liebman

If You Build It, They Will (Eventually) Come

I knew I'd miss theater when Broadway shuttered. I didn't know I'd miss the audiences

Broadway organizers stitch together a relief proposal

Sale of Broadway touring shows signals fall return to live performance

Theater industry slowly reopening eyes

The Shed Plans to Reopen for Covid-Tested Audiences

Actors' Equity praises passage of new stimulus bill

A year without Broadway

'Longer-Running Shows May Be First to Come Back'

The State of Broadway: March 2021

Park Avenue Armory Announces an In-Person Spring Season

Supreme Court Justice Breyer presides over Shakespeare Theatre's Mock Trial

Broadway Shutdown: Actors + Directors Reflect On a Year Without Theater

When the Boston theater curtains reopen, let's not go back to how it was

Where Is Hollywood When Broadway Needs It?

Performance Venues Wait For Aid From Earlier COVID-19 Relief Measure

The Virus Cost Performers Their Work, Then Their Health Coverage

Tony-Nominated Costume Designer Accused of Sexual MisconducTony-Nominated Costume Designer Accused of Sexual Misconduct

British theatre urged to 'completely rebuild' to improve diversity

Sonia Friedman unveils season of West End plays

$588 million lost. 30,000 jobs impacted, $588 million lost. 30,000 jobs impacted. A new report shows the damage done to the arts industry

Broadway Nears One-Year Anniversary of Idiot Saying "Macbeth" Backstage

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