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Theater News for the Week of October 8th

By Bennett Liebman

How Broadway Musicals Saved This Doctor After His Dad Died

Commentary: Plan to support New York artists harkens back to the WPA

The True History Behind 'Six,

Beanie Feldstein on Longtime Love of 'Funny Girl' and Barbra Streisand

The Flea Announces New Resident Company and a Focus on Black and Queer Artists

George Ferencz, Innovative Theater Director, Dies at 74

Jeremy McCarter: From Drama Critic to Lin-Manuel Miranda's Co-Author

'The Lehman Trilogy' Music Tells a Story

Adrian Lester Finally Arrives on Broadway, via Wall Street

Theatre Leadership Project Approved for NYC Theatrical Production Tax Credit

The Lark Is Grounded: New-Play Incubator to Fold After 27 Years

An Acclaimed Playwright on Masks and the Return to the Stage,

American Shakespeare Center cancels fall season amid reports of internal strife

A Dance Show on a Cruise Ship? It's Not What You Think

'Connecticut's Broadway:' 6 venues form new coalition to promote theater in CT,

Netflix's Diana: The Musical is the year's most hysterically awful hate-watch,

Jeremy O. Harris To Pull 'Slave Play' In L.A. Over Lack Of Female Playwrights

Biden's Picks to Head NEH, NEA: Shelly Lowe and Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson

Tentative agreement reached after IATSE strike shutters opening night

Kennedy Center stagehands authorize strike days before 'Hadestown' run

Disney Princess Concert Tour Cancels Fall Dates Due To Covid Concerns

Saving New York Independent Theater: An Update

How Director Michael Longhurst Is Resuscitating Theater on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Column: Live theater spotlights a welcome virus diversion

'I Didn't See Myself Represented In American Theater': New Play 'Thoughts Of A Colored Man' Arrives On Broadway

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