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Theater News for the Week of March 26th

By Bennett Liebman


Coming to Broadway: Vaccinations for New York's Theater Workers


NYC to vaccinate Broadway workers ahead of fall return


Construction on Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany complete


Goodspeed pushes live indoor shows to September


Fauci says Broadway reopening this fall still likely


'Why Are We Stuck?' Stage Actors Challenge Their Union Over Safety


California COVID-19 rules leave theaters unable to plan


PPP2, SVOG, OMG: What You Need to Know About Relief for Your Theatre


When Will Theaters See Covid Funds


Can You Autograph a Playbill Through Your Screen?


Vanessa Williams Stars in Black Theater United's 'Stand for Change' Music Video


Huntington set to raise the curtain on its $55 million theater renovation project


How theater is changing maybe forever


NYC Public School Students Get a Taste of Broadway


What It Will Take for New York Theater to Come Back


Andrew Lloyd Webber Talks Emerald Fennell and Cinderella


For a night at the theater, bring a negative coronavirus test


Vaccine passports could speed return to normalcy


Could Covid kill off the interval?


Shakespeare's Globe to reopen in May staging plays with no intervals


Detroit's famous Fisher Theatre to be acquired by U.K. company


How We Can Create a New Broadway Out of Its Myopic Past






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