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Theater News for the Week of May 28th

By Bennett Liebman

Broadway productions now have more options for reopening dates

Places please: A new relief fund wants to help artists move back to New York

Actors' Equity Association Urges All States To Continue Federal Pandemic Unemployment Insurance

Broadway Restart Accelerates as 'Hadestown' Plans Its Return

Colonial Williamsburg is facing up to its own past through theater

At cultural institutions that pledged to diversify staff, hiring -- and change -- have been slow

Leader of Americans for the Arts Retires After Workplace Complaints

Tony Awards announced, plus televised Broadway celebration

Popular Northeast summer festivals leap onstage after lockdown

Lyric Opera gets rid of intermissions. Now what?

The Return of Live Theater

'Fleabag' National Theatre Production to Stream on Amazon

Stop looking at NYC as the only place where theatre is important

After Tragedy, an Indianapolis Theater Stages a Comeback

'There's nothing like it!' Musical stars return to storm the stage

The Great Outdoors

Theatre is like church: we gather to bear witness

Can't Have People in the Theatre? Bring Theatre to the People

'You Could Be King'

They've Given $6 Million to the Arts. No One Knew Them, Until Now

UK theatres promise to only cast trans actors in trans roles

SBA begins sending notice of grant awards for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program

Partnerships between Black playwrights and directors showcased at Williamstown Theatre Festival

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