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Theater News for the Week of May 14th

By Bennett Liebman

Yet another reason to cut intermission in theater: COVID-19

When Covid Dropped the Curtain on Broadway Actors, TV Kept the Lights On

CDC lifts mask requirement for vaccinated individuals, posing a question for Broadway

For West End's Return, Cleansing Spirits and an Aching for Change

SBA Expects 'Save Our Stages' Money to Reach Indie Venues Next Week

How the Pandemic Has Changed Arts Education

TCG Announces Sixth Round of Rising Leaders of Color

Broadway in Chicago is offering refundable tickets

Broadway May Mandate Vaccinations for Audiences and Workers. That's Just One Reopening Challenge

As Broadway Plans Its Return, 'Hamilton' Will Require Vaccines Backstage

Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Newly Reestablished College of Fine Arts at Howard University

A Pause, Yes, But We're Keeping the Ghost Light On

Is it ethical for cruise lines, venues, schools or Broadway to restrict entry to people not vaccinated against COVID-19

'Annie Live!' To Air on NBC This 2021 Holiday Season

'We won't be bouncing back' - the unsettling truth about the big reopening

'We even performed it in front of the pope!' - how we made Godspell

Return of NYC's Broadway signals bounce back of American economy

Disney Theatrical announces 'Aladdin' return, no ticketing fees

New Yorkers must support Broadway right now

Why Broadway is waiting until fall to reopen

Community Theatres Need to Stop Protecting Their Problematic Men

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