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Theater News for the Week of March 5th

By Bennett Liebman

Actors' Equity Slams New York City's "Open Culture" Outdoor Performance Plan,

Offstage Tempest at American Shakespeare Center

COVID and theater: Daniel Fish, Culture Clash reflect on shutdown

With Broadway still dark due to Covid, actors find work 10,000 miles away in Australia

Democracy needs theater: Live drama essential for citizens

Tony Awards Voting Starts Now. And It's Going to Be Weird

Two young theater directors scour the globe for solutions to opening U.S. theaters

Select Broadway Theaters To Open For New York Pop Up

Pop-Up Broadway: Some Theaters To Reopen For First Time In Over A Year

Cap of 50 people makes no sense for theater

Should proof of COVID vaccine be required to get into live shows?

Culture sector cautiously welcomes budget but says further support needed

Budget 2021: How does it affect entertainment and arts?

Broadway's Cort Theatre to Receive Major Renovation and Expansion

Japanese theatre offers new viewing experience

Sparking Economic Recovery Through the Arts

The Social Impact of COVID-19 on Intentionally Marginalized Artists and Creative Workers

'Six' the musical was bound for Broadway glory

The Case for a New Federal Theater Project

Bill C. Davis Dead: 'Mass Appeal' Playwright And Screenwriter Was 69

The Rent 25th Anniversary, "Rent" stars Idina Menzel and Anthony Rapp reflect on the groundbreaking musical's 25th anniversary - and how it set the stage for "Hamilton"

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